Calcite Cabin sleeps five and has an all-important hot tub, making it the perfect place to stay for any family looking for an adventure holiday in the south west. The on-site watersports centre has skilled staff trained in helping all ages and abilities get out on Trevassack Lake for the self-catering staycation of a lifetime.
Unload the luggage and send someone ahead to switch on the kettle, you’ve arrived at Calcite Cabin and are ready to relax! First through the double doors may flop on the big double bed to your left, perfectly positioned by its own set of floor to ceiling windows for a lie in while watching the birds fly by. The open plan living room is spacious and modern, decorated in scandi style. A generous wet-room is off to one corner, the fully equipped kitchen and dining table, and a separate bedroom housing a double bed with single bed over is at the end, again with patio doors out to the deck.
The sitting-area has comfortable sofas in front of massive sliding doors so you can let the outside in. On sunny days, throw the doors wide and enjoy the inside/outside lifestyle with al fresco brunches and evening aperitifs enjoyed on the large deck, plus any time of day is a good time to get in the hot tub, but we recommend laying back under the moonlight and trying to spot the stars. If you get a bit chilly, head inside where the whole cabin is warmed by underfloor heating.
With little glimpses of the lake, Calcite Cabin is tucked away on the far right of the site with protected flora and fauna stretching out behind it for miles. For everyone’s pleasure, this area is a car-free zone, so quiet and safe for the children, but a convenient drop off area for luggage and guests is nearby.
A little wander down the slope (or via the open-air lift for tired little legs or the less mobile) and you’ll be among the action that everyone comes here for – Trevassack Lake is home to a learning centre with café and all the watersports you could hope for. Spend the day splashing from as early as 6am if you so wish, with wild swimming taking place throughout the summer and winter (8am in the winter), and then meander happily up the hill to your holiday home.
Have you heard of calcite, the mineral this cabin is named after? It used to be quarried here at Trevassack Lake and is surprisingly common throughout the world. It can be found in many different shapes and colours and is an essential component of limestone, but it is also known to help calm the mind and boost memory whilst amplifying learning abilities, so it is the perfect stone for our guests here on holiday!
Open plan living-area with kitchen, dining, sitting and bedroom areas
Kitchen-area with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and automatic wm/drier
Sitting-area with digital TV
Bedroom-area with double bed (5’)
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4’6″) and single bed (3′) over
Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
We can’t wait to bring in the photographers to take pictures of all our hard work, but until the builders have left the site, we have these temporary images to give you an idea of the exciting things to come. Please do ask if you need any further information before we get the photos up at the end of July.