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Lake District-based Hutton John Estate is launching a collection of four luxury cabins this spring


The Highgate Cabins, located in the ancient forest of the family estate near Ullswater, will provide a tranquil retreat for those looking to explore the lesser known side of the lakes.


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(Photo courtesy of Hutton John Estate Cabins)


Each solar-powered, pet-friendly cabin will benefit from uninterrupted views, elegant interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows and skylights, and top-of-the-line fixtures, including underfloor heating. The four cabins will have one bedroom, each with a super king bed; an adjoining shower room; and a modern, well-equipped kitchen with quartz worktops, large oven and induction hob.


Outside, each cabin will offer a private deck containing a fire pit, barbecue, seating and an outdoor tub. All cabin guests will also have access to a common area called The Quadrangle, where you can dine alfresco.


Guests will be able to access a host of walks around the estate, with the northern Lake District right on the doorstep. For guests wanting the classic lakes experience, Penrith, Watermillock, Pooley Bridge and Keswick are all a short drive away.


The first of Hutton John Estate’s four Highgate cabins will open in May 2022, with the other three due to open throughout the year.


Prices will start from £150 per night and can be booked through highgatecabins.co.uk



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