The Danish Cabin at Kudvha is a rather special shack; an artist’s impression of an engine house, but like something Tarzan would’ve crafted, if Jane was more hipster than aristocrat and Tarzan could make photo frames to hang his photography on the walls. Perched above waterways and set among the trees, its bolted together aesthetic is rustic enough to suit its surroundings but beautifully bespoke to keep up to six of you cooped up in comfort. Yes, it is incredibly basic but that’s because it’s utterly entwined in nature. The wow factor here is in that nifty vertically folding wall that gives it an innovative edge and opens the interior up to absorb its surroundings – Londoners everywhere are installing bi-fold doors to their kitchen extensions to do the very same but they’ll never quite achieve this level of realness.
Trees grow through the deck, birds can fly straight through and even goats might wander in as you lounge in the sheepskin-strewn swinging chairs. This is outdoor living, inside. Ok, you have to walk to find a shower and proper kitchen, but for a night or two we think this experience is totally worth it if you want to delve into a true back-to-nature glamping holiday in Cornwall.