Poppy's Pad is the perfect country cabin building for a magical stay in England. The charming cabin building is located in Mickleton, England, United Kingdom. The tiny cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with 1 bedroom and a half bathroom. During your vacation stay, you will have the entire cabin building to yourself. The tiny cabin building is a stunning, handcrafted cabin building with your own private wood-fired hot tub and a wood-burning oven that is located in the beautiful North Cotswold countryside. The tiny cabin is a haven to escape for families and couples from all walks of life. To truly relax you do not need to drive anywhere as the tiny cabin is only a 5-minute walk from the small village of Mickleton where there is a village shop, 2 pubs, post office, butchers and a hotel. The property also has other cabin building available to include the Mirts Mansion, Daisy's Den, Jeds Shed, and DJ's Digs.
The tiny houses have been built to their specifications and alongside the hot tub and cooker, they contain a tiny kitchen with a fridge, cold water tap, two ring hob, and an icebox. There is also an eco-toilet in the tiny houses for your convenience. There is also a double flush toilet and a shower block that is located on the site for guests to use. The tiny house is located at the end of the small touring campsite the tiny cabins have their large fenced areas to provide privacy for guests.
You'll love the outdoor covered patio, which provides the perfect place to sit back and relax with your morning cup of tea or coffee, and meals throughout the day. The covered patio also has a private wood-fired hot tub to enjoy, a great activity especially at night with the lit patio. The upstairs comfy sleeping loft is accessed by a ladder and has an amazing view from the bed. Mickleton is known for its vegetable growing and market gardening. Apples, young plants, cauliflowers, seed plugs, and asparagus, are all grown locally. Meon Hill is the scene of the so-called witchcraft murder of Charles Walton in 1945 and lies to the north of the village. Meon Hill is also said to have inspired Tolkien's Weathertop from The Lord of the Rings story. According to legend, Meon Hill was formed by the Devil.
Mickleton has two old pubs to include the Butcher's Arms, the King's Arms, and the Three Ways House Hotel. At the heart of the village, activities are held at King George's Hall, which is located at the center of the village and is home to many clubs and societies that thrive within the village. The Heart of England Way runs through the village. The village has several B&Bs that have been set up privately in people's homes. Some of the local market towns and villages in the area include the Chipping Campden, Broadway, Moreton in Marsh, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Evesham. Both Hidcote Manor Garden and the Kiftsgate Court Gardens are located nearby.
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