Everything you need to know

when you come to visit

Q. How is the Woodland Cabin powered?

A. The cabin is located in a private woodland and is powered by a generator that will be turned on before your stay.

We are very conscious of the environment and wasting precious fuel, so we would kindly ask that if you are going out for the day, you send us a quick text and we will turn the generator off while you are out, and back on again for your return.

 

Q. I would like to bring my dog, what do I need to bring?

A. Please note that there is a £20 additional charge to bring your dog to the cabin. We have 2x dog bowls at the cabin that you are welcome to use. Please bring your pet’s own bedding and any towels to dry and clean them before entering the cabin after a walk.

 

Q. We 're staying for a special occasion – can you provide any extras?

A. We would love to make your celebrations as memorable as possible, and would be delighted to arrange some extra special touches for your arrival. Please look at our ‘extra’s’ page to see what we can offer. 

 

Q. Do you provide bedding & towels?

A. Yes, we provide all bedding for both the main double bed, and also the futon if required. We also provide bathroom towels, shower mat, a hand towel and a tea towel. However we do not provide towels for use with the hot tub.

 

Q. Can I charge my devices in the cabin?

A. There are numerous plug sockets in the cabin that can be used to charge devises whilst the generator is on. Please bring any suitable charging leads that you require. 

 

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Q. What is provided at the cabin?

A. The following is provided at the cabin for your convenience:

 

  • Bathroom – toilet, hand sink, power shower, loo roll, hand soap, shower mat, hand towel and one shower towel per guest.

  • Kitchenette – microwave, bin, mini fridge, sink, kettle, toaster, two ring electric camping hob, tea, coffee, sugar, 1 pint of semi-skimmed milk, salt & pepper and cooking oil.

  • Kitchen utensils – tea towel, cutlery, plates, bowls, corkscrew, tin opener, cooking utensils, frying pan, saucepan, chopping board, glasses (wine, champagne flutes & tumblers) and BBQ utensils. 

  • Cleaning – cloth, sponge, washing up liquid, bin bags, kitchen roll and hand soap.

  • Double futon & bedding (if required).

  • Table and four chairs with cushions – to be used inside or outside.

  • WiFi.

  • Electric heater.

  • Black out blinds to all windows and doors.

  • Battery powered remote controlled lights. 

  • Wood burner – wood, kindling, fireguard, lighters and safety glove provided.

  • Gas BBQ (gas included).

  • Wood fired hot tub with cover – wood included (coming early March!).

 

Q. How do we cook?

A. There are a number of ways to cook meals at the cabin. There is a gas BBQ on the decking area, a two ring electric camping hob and a microwave inside the cabin.

 

Q. Where can I sit to eat?

A. There is a table and four chairs which can either be used to eat inside or outside on the decking of the cabin. There are cushions for the chairs stored in the cupboard to the rear of the cabin.

 

Q. Where can I have food delivered from?

A. The cabin in very remote so there are not many places who will deliver. However, there is a highly recommended Indian restaurant called Jeera located in Stone, who will deliver a take away to the cabin. A menu is available at the cabin and you can visit  their website: www.jeeraindiancuisine.co.uk 

 

Q. Where can I go for a long walk and stop for lunch/dinner/drink?

A. Our cabin is surrounded by beautiful walks and places to visit. Take a look at our favourites here.

 

Q. We have young children, what is there to do, and is the woodland safe?

A. There are many options nearby for children, please visit our 'Your Stay' page.

The woodland is fantastic for mini explorer’s and den builders. We have done our best to keep the woodland safe for children, however please do not leave children unattended in the woodland at any time.

 

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Q. Can we bring bikes?

A. Yes. There are many places to use your bikes, and they can be stored by locking them to one of the many trees around the cabin – please bring your own locks and be aware that these are left at your own risk.

 

Q. What clothing and footwear shall I bring?

A. During the winter the woodland can be very muddy, so we highly recommend bringing wellies or appropriate footwear. You can store your wellies in a dry store cupboard at the back of the cabin.

 

Q. What should I do if I run out of wood for the wood burner, hot tub or gas for the BBQ?

A. There is a log store to the back of the cabin, but if this gets low, please message us and we can re-stock. The same goes if you run out of gas for the BBQ, please let us know.

 

Q. Can I park my car close to the cabin?

A. Yes, you can drive right up to the cabin, and park your vehicle directly outside.

 

Q. What do I need to bring to use the hot tub? 

A. Please bring towels for use with the hot tub, along with appropriate shoes and clothing.

 

Q. We've seen that you rear and sell turkeys at Christmas, and we'd like to order one?

A. Starveall Farm is an award winning Christmas turkey producer and rear our turkeys from day old chicks at our spacious farm where they live in turkey luxury! If you are interested in ordering a turkey from us this Christmas, please visit our website www.starveallturkeys.co.uk