The Posie cabin building is part of the View Farm Lodges located in Stonton Wyville, England. The Posie wood cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with one bedroom, 2 beds, and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The cozy lodge is close to Foxton Locks, Rutland Water, Market Harborough, Uppingham, Melton Mowbray, Rockingham Speedway and the International Space Centre. During your vacation stay, you'll love the cozy cabin because of the views, its location, the ambiance, the people, and the outdoor space. The Posie is good for couples, business travelers, solo adventurers, families with kids, and pets. The wood cabin has a private hot tub too. Pets are allowed with an additional fee. There is a large free car park, hot tubs, and gas barbecues and a large garden area. The Posie cabin building is located in Stonton Wyville, England, United Kingdom. You'll want to note the wood cabin is located in a very rural location with little to no public transport. The nearest train station to the cabin is Market Harborough which is about 5 miles away.
The Posie cabin building at West View Farm Lodges is the perfect place to stay while you explore this part of England. From the moment you set eyes on the cozy abode you will be sure to fall in love, from its covered front porch to its idyllic location, this wood cabin has everything you need for the vacation of your dreams. It doesn't get much better than the location, the outdoor hot tub, barbecue, and cozy interior of this charming vacation cabin. The country views from the bedroom are the perfect thing to wake up to and go to sleep at night. Enjoy a glass of wine or two on the large covered front patio, or enjoy a romantic dinner for two or a family dinner with a view. The upstairs loft is accessible with a sturdy ladder and especially fun for the kids.
The Posie cabin building has wood throughout from the floors, walls to the ceiling and you'll love the views of the farm with plenty of windows with a view. Stonton Wyville lies about 11 miles south-east of Leicester in the district of Market Harborough. This is a very small village that forms part of the Gartree Hundred which was an administrative area that dates back to 1086.
Some of the histories of this location have to do with a priest that was mentioned living in the parish in 1086 but the earliest parts of the church date as far back to c 1300. The church is built of limestone and Ironstone rubble and consists of a bell-cote, nave, and a chancel. The south wall of the nave had originally a south aisle with four bays which are now blocked that formed an anarcade that dates from the 13th century. The windows were inserted into the blocked arcade and date from the 18th Century when the church was restored. In 1863 the Goddard’s of Leicester carried out the restoration, which included new roofs for the Chancel and the Nave, nave walls and the south porch that was refaced with ironstone and limestone.