In Roecliffe Village on the banks of River Ure sits a form of accommodation, unlike anything you may have seen before. It’s in this secluded slice of paradise that you will find a wooden igloo called Peddero, the newest addition to Waingates Farm Huts that lies a mere 12 miles from Harrogate and 21 miles from York in North Yorkshire.
Nestled in the most beautiful countryside in Yorkshire, you can find this wonderfully unique structure at Waingates Farm Huts – offering a break away from reality for the sum of £115-185 per night.
It’s hard to explain how lovely this hut with wood shingles is without seeing it up close and personal.
It’s eye-catching, offers the comforts of home, and provides a contemporary feel coupled with an eclectic Scandinavian style. However, it also gets much of its styling from Estonian roots too. It also bucks the trend by being beautifully different from standard hotels and motels you may find yourself staying in normally.
The king-size bed is tucked away in an alcove with a curved ceiling at the end of the hut.
The bedroom is luxurious, surprisingly roomy and has a private entertainment area.
The dining area takes its styling from Estonia and Scandinavia
Once you retreat indoors, you can also use the hut’s own induction hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, Nespresso machine, or kettle. There could be nothing better than relaxing with a beverage while taking advantage of the available Wi-Fi.
The kitchenette sits adjacent to the dining area with a hob, microwave, kettle, and all appliances you need for a short stay.
Once you start to settle in for the evening, you can head out into the private garden and lounge on the rattan furniture. Or, you can cook up a storm in the communal area on the gas barbeque or pizza oven or take a bath in the wood-burning Japanese hot tub isn’t enough.
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