Goldilocks eat your heart out
When Goldilocks went looking for adventure, she missed the opportunity we found at Bonnie and Tom’s woodland cabin, Bear’s Den
To call this holiday home a cabin does not begin to do it justice. This is no ordinary woodland hideaway.
Arriving at the property, the beautiful forest home could easily lead you to believe you have been transported to the land of your childhood fairy tales . When lit in the moonlight, the cabin takes on a magical quality which can only further ignite the memories of story books.
Inside does not disappoint either. The full height vaulted ceiling to the loft bedroom creates an impression of still being among the tallest trees in the forest.
The owners have also managed to create smaller cosy areas downstairs should you need to feel reassured and safe.
Although we heard night time sounds of forest wild life, they all kept hidden from our view. Bonnie and Tom made sure we didn’t forget our closest neighbours though by providing every imaginable reminder of who we were sharing our surroundings with. Furnishings, nik naks, books and games were cleverly and humorously woodland themed.
The cabin also wanted for nothing in terms of day to day comforts and aids to modern living and, unlike Goldilocks’ experience, the beds were all extremely comfortable.
Above all, we must highlight the personal attention and concern for our welfare Bonnie and Tom showed throughout our stay.
They were easily contactable day and night, friendly and approachable, helpful and responsive to our queries and needs and even took time to advise us of “not to miss” places to visit during our stay.
This was a very happy woodland tale. We highly recommend you take a look.
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Owner's Response: We thoroughly enjoyed this lovely family from Scotland. I am always delighted when folks enjoy out cottages. This is not the first reference to Goldilocks that we have had about Bear's Den. It brings me joy knowing memories are made here.
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