If you're looking for a romantic off-grid retreat, you've found it in this unique hideaway on the Wirral. This is your chance to live the romantic dream in this immaculate nordic cabin with steamy wood-fired hot tub heated to 38 degrees - a warming space throughout all the seasons.
Lazy Bear Cabin on the Wirral peninsula gives you the opportunity to live the romantic dream; a place to create some special and lasting memories to take home. Set in secluded woodlands besides its own lake, here we have the ultimate British glamping getaway with everything you could need for a special break away.
Surrounded by woodlands and open fields, you may sense you're a world away from the fast pace of life, yet you're only a 20-minute drive from Liverpool or Chester.
The cabin interiors will surprise and inspire; the luxury open-plan living-area incorporates exposed wood, soft deerskins, a large sofa with velvet cushions, super-soft throws and a rustic dining table with chairs for cosy meals together. Snuggle up at night in the handcrafted king-sized box bed; solar lamps and log burning stove provide a romantic glow and keep the place so cosy all year round.
With no wifi or electricity on-site, guests are encouraged to switch off and spend time soaking away the evenings in the hot tub or cooking over the open fire.
Tired of the same old drudgery in the kitchen at home? now is your chance to roast a chicken over the outdoor fire pit using the Kadai cooker, just sit on your tree stump and let it cook itself while you sip a glass of wine or a cold beer. There's also a well equipped outside camp kitchen alongside the cabin with a gas burner, industrial-sized gas BBQ, fridge and hot running water.
Nowhere could be better placed for discovering the diverse range of culture & heritage sites; Lazy Bear Cabin has it all. So if you want to get outdoors, do something different, cycle, walk, shop, sit by the fire pit, eat, drink or read, this is the place for you.
Situated just a few minutes from Burton Marsh Wetlands on the Dee estuary, one of the UK's premier wetland birding locations; also the National Cycle route The Wirral Way, a traffic-free, flat tarmac route joined just down the lane. Why not hire a bike locally (in advance to be delivered to your cabin) and explore the Wirral on two wheels.
Glamping toilets have moved on to a completely new level here! I don't want to spoil the surprise but just open the chest of drawers in the luxury hand-built toilet hut.
Sleeps up to 2 adults in a kingsize bed, with top quality sprung mattress and luxury brushed cotton bedding.
Shower and toilet are 100 yds from the cabin. Compost toilet in a quirky chest of drawers with washbasin & mirror. The showers and hot water are run off bottled gas. Towels & toiletries provided.
The private kitchen is right next to the cabin, with gas burner and large industrial BBQ, fridge, pizza stone, excellent quality cooking equipment, crockery, cutlery and workspace. Cooking can also be done on the open fire using the Kadai which comes with the full range of cooking equipment, so you can even roast a chicken over the fire if you're adventurous.
There is no internet access in this property.
Heating and Lighting
Off-Grid. There is no electricity at the cabin. Solar 3 pin plug for charging phone, iPad and computer. No hairdryers please! Battery operated lanterns and lights are provided. Log burning stove and hot water bottles. Price includes the wood for the hot tub.
Adults only - no under 16's
Grounds and Nearby
Private lake with wild ducks and woodlands. From the woodlands, you can see the Welsh mountains across the estuary from the viewing bench. Wood-fired hot tub, which will have been lit and warmed up before arrival
Check in from 17:30 and check out by 09:30These are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
Bus stop to Neston at the top of Denhall Lane, at Neston the bus connects to the train to Liverpool and Chester
The cabin sleeps up to 2 adults in a kingsize bed, with top quality sprung mattress and luxury brushed cotton bedding. Treat yourself to a lie-in, with lovely views of the countryside from the little bedroom window.
The open plan lounge/diner with large sofa layered with plush cushions and thick throws,dDining table and chairs, log burning stove and picture windows with views over the lake - immerse yourself in nature from the inside out.
Invigorate yourself in the wonderful galvanised shower room with plenty of hot running water, a wooden sink and special toiletries. Shower and toilet are 100 yds from the cabin. Compost toilet in a quirky chest of drawers with washbasin & mirror. The showers and hot water are run off bottled gas. Towels & toiletries provided. Cooking Facilities
Kitchen is right next to the cabin, with gas burner and large industrial BBQ, fridge, pizza stone, excellent quality cooking equipment, crockery, cutlery and workspace. Cooking can also be done on the open fire using the Kadai which comes with the full range of cooking equipment, so you can even roast a chicken over the fire if you're adventurous.
There is no internet access at the property. Phone signal is good, but check with your provider
Not to be missed...
Port Sunlight Village - This unique 19th Century garden village is home to approximately 900 listed buildings, originally built to house the soap factory workers. Today the village is home to a fascinating museum, beautiful architecture, a world-class gallery, stunning parks and a thriving community. Port Sunlight makes an ideal visitor destination.
Attractions - Wirral has a variety of quality visitor attractions, including culture and heritage, the arts, shopping, family and leisure attractions. From the world-famous Mersey Ferries, to the popular Floral Pavilion Theatre and Conference Centre, the wealth of things to do makes Wirral an ideal destination for a fun day out or short break.
Nearby - Wirral is the ideal base for exploring the neighbouring cities of Chester and Liverpool, and these short journeys can be done easily by bus and rail via the local Merseytravel links.
Eating out - Burtons at the Manor" within a mile of the cabin, so a quick bike ride there. It's a beautifully restored Cafe in Burton, Neston offering great breakfasts, Paninis and other lunch options as well as a wide range of homemade cakes and afternoon tea options. Feast on food that makes you feel good at the Real Food Kitchen; This superb cafe offers food that is delicious, balanced and truly fulfilling. The owners are life-long foodies who believe that healthy cooking should be vibrant, creative and extremely satisfying. They emphasise the use of vegetables, fruit and grains in their dishes.
Museums & Galleries - Wirral's has a rich cultural history with museums, art galleries (Lady Lever Gallery nearby) which all make a fantastic day out for visitors.
Walking Coast and County - Wirral's rich and diverse landscape lends itself perfectly for outdoor adventures and is highly popular with walkers from across the country. You'll find a fantastic choice of walking routes, from coastal strolls with terrific views of the Welsh mountains, to countryside walks with miles of unspoilt green land.
Parks & Gardens - in Wirral Wirral is home to many parks and gardens and attracts walkers and ramblers from all over the world. Ness Gardens offers visitors beautiful gardens, a cafe and visitor centre as well as selling a wide range of plants from its own nursery.
Cycling - From leisurely coastal bike rides through to slightly more challenging off-road adventures, there are lots of cycle routes and options to choose from when it comes to cycling in Wirral.
Visit the annual Wirral Food, Drink & Music Festival, a whole weekend of foodie delights, celebrating the best of Wirral's produce. The big headline bands.
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