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Cozy Round Cabin in the Woods

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This is the Nest roundhouse cabin with an outdoor bath. The little cabin has an open layout with a kitchen, bedroom area, living space, and a luxury private bathroom.

It’s a nature retreat located in Fordscroft Farm in Crewkerne, Somerset, United Kingdom. Learn more below!

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Nest Roundhouse Cabin in the UK

The Nest Roundhouse Cabin has an open layout with a living area, bedroom area, kitchen, and its own private luxurious bathroom. The living area features a comfortable sofa and television which you could also easily enjoy from bed. That’s the fun thing about open layouts!

The Nest Roundhouse Cabin has a luxurious bathroom with a toilet, a modern bathtub, and a glass shower. The rain head shower is perfect for relaxing after a long day. There is also an outdoor bath which is great for stargazing.

The kitchen in the Nest Roundhouse Cabin is fully equipped and has everything you need to prepare and cook up a delicious meal or just brew your own coffee or tea. There is also an outdoor firepit on the property where you can roast your own marshmallows as well as a charcoal BBQ for grilling!

The bedroom area in the Nest Roundhouse Cabin is spacious and has an open closet made of wood, a set of drawers, and nightstands on both sides of the pillow-filled bed which is resting over a cozy rug on wood floors.

The views from the Nest Roundhouse Cabin are absolutely stunning. You can enjoy the views from the comfort of your cabin or from the cafe table on the deck. The cabin is situated at the top of the site and has uninterrupted views across the fields. This is truly a unique and special place to stay.

The Nest Roundhouse Cabin is just one of the many structures on the property. Other structures include the lodge, community firepit, one other cabin, two yurts, and a treehouse-style cabin. You can see a post we did about the Birdhouse right here.

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  • jerry dycus
    September 22, 2022, 2:57 pm

    While cool, round, dome homes require 10-20% more floor space for equal usefulness.
    Having a group of THs to rent is a great retirement plan.

  • Diana
    September 22, 2022, 7:19 pm

    Well, sure the space in angled buildings rather than round ones is easier to work with a put more things in but the feeling is way different. If you haven’t stayed in a round space you do not understand. I would love to have this building to live in. Just perfect!

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