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Settle: A Rustic Hideaway In A Former Railway Carriage & Boutique Cabin


I have a total weakness for rustic spaces, do you? I spotted this cosy gem of a retreat over at Desire to Inspire yesterday and fell in love! 'Settle' is a retreat in Norfolk, England created by John - who owns and runs a reclamation yard, and his partner Jo - a well-known floral designer.  The incredible resort offers guests a choice to unwind in rustic railway carriages, bell tents or a boutique cabin overlooking woodland and lakes. I'm particularly in enamoured by the railway carriages and cabin which combine earthy textures and heritage materials with contemporary comfort - so, it's just to turn up, light a fire, maybe run a bath (wait till you see the outdoor one!)... and relax

The carriages: 


My eye is on one of the three beautifully restored retired railway carriages. Each offer two berths, a lounge area with a wood burning stove as well as a bathroom and small kitchen - although you might prefer to cook supper over the lakeside fire pit! 

The Cabin

If you'd prefer something a little more spacious, there's also the boutique cabin which looks like something out of a magazine (actually scrap that - it has been in a magazine!). Hand built by Jo and John, the fully equipped cabin has everything you might need for a relaxing retreat - a real home from home! 

The questions is, would you go for the freestanding indoor bath, or the lakeside wood-burning tub? 


Meet you there? 

In case you're keen - hop over to Settle to find out more (or simply dream!). 

Shall we indulge our shared love of rustic further today? How about these cosy gems? 


Have a hyggelig day friends! 

Niki

Photography courtesy of Settle, via Desire to inspire - with thanks. 

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Love it, cozy but also stylish. British interiors have improved loads since my childhood.

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  2. That is so charming! The last photo made me drool - what a lovely view of the lake.

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    1. I know! Imagine waking up to that view each day, wonderful!

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  3. Wish I could hop on a plane and head there now! That lakeside woodburning tub would be quite the experience!

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    1. Me too! I actually sent them a message about the woodburning bath as I've never seen one like this before and it's from Sweden!!! A brand called Hikki. It looks like heaven!

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  4. That cabin is my idea of the perfect home. I would live there in a heartbeat.

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  5. Fabulous! So much fun to have a peek into these unique spaces!

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    1. I was so excited when I discovered it - I've never looked inside a converted railway train carriage before. Happy you enjoyed this too.

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  6. OMG, It's sooo amazing! I wish i had someplace likt this. I really like the colors and the whole design of this place.

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    1. Yes, totally agree. It really is something else. So unique too!

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    2. Yes, totally agree. It really is something else. So unique too!

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