Four individually styled Scandi log cabins have opened on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in the foothills of the beautiful Berwyn Mountains in North Wales – each with its own theme.
Perfectly designed for two, the cosy self-catering Rivercatcher Log Cabins feature wood burners, fully equipped kitchens, award-winning kingsize beds and stunning glass fronted apex windows to make the most of the green landscape.
Guests can embrace the warmth outside while cooking alfresco on the wood-fired outdoor kitchen or soak under the stars in the hot tub within the sanctuary of the private deck. A three-night short break in low season costs £365 and a week £521. (www.rivercatcher.co.uk 01490 440 498)
Each of the four cabins has its own vibe, there’s Cwtch, or hug in Welsh, with its rustic design and earthy colours. Lagom is a light and airy Scandi-style cabin, which oozes timeless calm and elegance; Hyggelig, a traditional Norwegian ‘ski chalet’ type abode; and Gezellig, an eclectically styled boho cabin bursting with bright colours and vigour.New