The World’s first waterfall-powered pub opens in Tintagel, Cornwall - UK. By Carlsberg
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What if the humble pub came with less noisy after-work crowds, and more wide-open spaces? What if you only had to share it with a handful of friends? What if it was a cabin in the woods, with trees growing through the deck, and a stream winding underneath its stilt frame, tumbling to a waterfall below?
The great news is, it does exist, and you can stay here.
The bespoke off-grid bar and accommodation experience is nestled in a hidden, North Cornwall haven. For a limited time, guests can book to stay and sleep in their very own off-grid bar, pre-stocked with beer. Hidden amidst the willow groves, expect to trek to this secluded site and enjoy peaceful downtime.
Kudhva – Your Off-Grid Glamping Hideaway
Based a mile inland from Trebarwith Strand (one of the most impressive beaches in North Cornwall), Kudhva is set in a 45-acre disused quarry with 180° views of the coastline.
Bookings at the cabin are provided and managed by Kudhva
Kudhva (Cornish for hide-out) is an off-grid glampsite and event location with a difference. Left untouched, the site has become home to willow groves, gorse bushes and wild flowers; existing in harmony with mountainous slate stacks. The quarry pit is now a hidden lake fed by a waterfall with its own floating pontoon and the southern edge of the Kudhva is home to a stone walled wild swimming reservoir.
Kudhva allows you to immerse yourself in the rugged Cornish landscape, the slate piles frame the sea views out towards the bay of Trebarwith Strand and its distinctive Gull Rock.
As a totally off-grid site, the dream was to create a space which takes you away from the everyday, celebrates the sustainable, encourages you to reignite your creative processes and inspires a passive learning movement.
The cabin is the world’s first fully off-grid and carbon neutral bar powered by hydro and solar sources. The building has been designed as a bespoke project to enhance its natural setting and create the perfect atmosphere of hygge.
When booking you get sole use of the cabin as well as shared use of the Kudhva site.
The sleeping area of the cabin holds six beds, two bunks and two pull-out beds, with fresh bedding & towels provided on your arrival. There is an off-grid toilet a stone’s throw from the cabin & the showers and shared kitchen located at the main campsite, approximately 5-10 minutes’ walk.
WHAT’S IN THE RECEPTION BUILDING
- 2 showers
- 2 toilets
- A communal kitchen area including;
- Plug points
- Pots and pans
- Hob top coffee percolator
- Tea pot
- Tea towels
- Plates and cups
- Washing up facilities
- Large communal table
We welcome you to use the site and all the communal areas, although we do ask that guests clean up after themselves and are respectful of the other guests.
Interaction with guests
When you check in you will be met by one of our hosts, they will leave you the number to call if you need assistance during your stay.
Other things to note
The cabin is totally unique, it has been designed and built as a bespoke project to enhance the nature amidst which it sits.
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