Log Cabins in Cheshire

Book dog friendly log cabins in Cheshire. All our digital detox cabins are off-grid, fully sustainable and perfect for a phone-free break in the Cheshire countryside.

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Our Cabins in Cheshire


📍 Near Tarporley, Cheshire

🪵 Secluded location

🏞 Far-reaching views

🐶 Dog friendly cabin


📍 Near Tarporley, Cheshire

🪵 Secluded location

🏞 Far-reaching views

🐶 Dog friendly cabin

Unplugged cabins in Cheshire

Cheshire is one of the most charming counties in the North of England. Known for its rolling hills, expansive meadows and charming shops, Cheshire is the perfect spot to recharge your batteries. 

Our log cabins in Cheshire are only 1-2 hours from Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham so are are great for those who want to escape the city and relax in nature.

Our secluded, off-grid cabins are nestled with privacy in the stunning Cheshire countryside, ideally placed to allow you to rejuvenate and reconnect with nature.

Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a solo retreat, our digital detox cabins are a no-brainer for your nature-filled and peaceful getaway.

Things to do in Cheshire

Unplug from the every day grind and reconnect with nature in our digital detox cabins. Whether you’re a solo traveller or looking for a couples retreat, there are loads of great activities for you right on the doorstep of your cabin.

Walking and Hiking in Cheshire

The Sandstone Trail, a stone’s throw away from our log cabins, is one of the North West’s most scenic walking routes. Voted one of ‘Britain's Favourite Walks’, it’s the perfect place for you (and your pup) to soak up the stunning views!

Amazing Wining and Dining

Keen to find some nourishing grub? Cheshire boasts some fantastic options for foodies, including The Little Tap for small plates and Ginger & Pickles for afternoon tea. If you’re also keen for a post-hike tipple, then The Boot Inn is a must visit. 

Try immersive Forest Bathing

'Forest bathing' is the process of immersing yourself in woodland, with studies showing that it can lower blood pressure and stress hormones. What better way to recharge than through reconnecting with nature in nearby Delaware Forest?