The Balmoral is a studio cabin building located in Ellesmere, United Kingdom. The cozy wood cabin retreat can accommodate up to two guests with one bed and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin chalet to yourself. The Balmoral studio wood cabin is a new built-in 2019. The beautiful and bespoke luxury studio wood cabin is fitted to an exceptional standard offering the perfect rural wood cabin retreat in the ideal location for outdoor adventure. The cozy cabin building has an extra-large double sized bed with a flat-screen television. The cabin building has an open plan lounge, dining area, kitchen, and bedroom.
The cabin building has a separate wet room to include a massage shower. From the wood cabin, you have a view of the pond that leads out of the patio door onto a spacious veranda with garden furniture to include a swing chair, outside shower, outside heating, cycle rack, and pergola shelter. This wood cabin is ideal for couples, no pets are allowed. Lodge features. Amenities include an outdoor hot tub, outdoor shower, outdoor heating, cycle rack, Smart HD television, PS4, and free wifi. The wood cabin kitchen includes a microwave, wine cooler, oven, and hob, toaster, kettle, Dolce gusto pod maker, pan set, and utensils.
The wood cabin has a hairdryer, wet room, quality bed linens, duvet, pillow, towels, bathrobes, and slippers. The Balmoral studio wood cabin has a covered veranda with garden furniture and outside heating. Guests receive a complimentary welcome pack to include tea, coffee, pods, sugar, a pint of milk, wine, biscuits, jam, marmalade, bottled water, tea towel, oven glove, shower gel, and soap. The studio wood cabin is self-catering, all the items that are given are complementary.
Some might argue that wood cabin buildings came from Germany, while others say the wood cabin came from British settlers. Regardless of where cabins got their origins, these durable dwellings served many purposes from shelter from the elements to homes where people lived. Settlers in different parts of America, to include Kentucky, New York, and Tennessee learned all about building cabin buildings. It was in these areas that there were thick forests that made them perfect for wood cabin construction and homes to the backwoodsman. In the early stages of American log cabins, you would find a log cabin as a stack of tree trunks that were put on top of one another with interlocking notches. There are other log cabins that were put together by nailing the edges.