When you can’t decide whether to spend your vacation tucked away in a rustic cabin or sleeping under the stars in a tent, the Loose Reins canvas lodge is your perfect compromise. The lodge’s exterior walls are made of a heavy-duty canvas yet inside, there are hardwood floors, wooden wall dividers and a Pinterest-worthy kitchen. It’s the best of both worlds! The cabin/tent can comfortably sleep six and boasts a gorgeous view of a lush valley in Dorset, England. Who knew taupe canvas walls could be so cozy?
Located in a green valley, the Loose Reins lodge is surrounded by pastoral fields and lush forests. During the day, hike the peaceful trails or go horseback riding at the ranch. At night, light up the outdoor fire bowl and roast marshmallows.
Although the walls are made of canvas, the inside of the lodge feels much comfier than your average tent. The wooden partitions give the space cabin vibes, while handcrafted furnishings add plenty of cozy seating. Fresh flowers on the trunk/coffee table provide a pop of colour!
If you have pretty mugs and tins, why hide them away in closed cupboards? We love how these open shelves show off the glassware, a funky serving tray and cute coffee tins.
This sleeping nook is one of three bedrooms inside the lodge. Another bedroom has a four-poster bedroom and the other has king-sized bed with a play area tucked underneath.
A balcony off the living room/dining room overlooks the valley below. Pull back the canvas walls for a gorgeous, uninterrupted view from inside the cabin.
With its canvas walls and plastic windows, it’s needless to say the Loose Reins lodge is not winterized. It’s available to rent from May to October.
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