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The Arc Cabin is a magical place. It has something for everyone and its surroundings are beautifully infused with natures might. See for yourself.

Get back to nature at The Arc Cabin, a timber-built getaway located in its own idyllic piece of Cambridgeshire woodland. Walking through the bi-fold doors will take guests out onto the veranda, an great location for summer meals, an evening drink or simply to take in the stunning surroundings. There is even the chance of spotting a red kite or kingfisher in flight, swans nesting, or badgers searching for food.

The Arc Cabin is magical, homespun yet contemporary. There is a unique style to the bright fabrics, and more than a hint of design about the finishing touches: an iPod dock and original artwork on the walls bring the beautiful weathered furniture, well-thumbed novels and crocheted rugs up to date.

The Arc overlooks fields, with poplar on your right, and the house on your left, though feels private thanks to clever screening. Kenneth Grahame is said to have stayed at the Island House, drawing inspiration for ‘The Wind in The Willows’ here. The countryside’s certainly pretty enough – strike out on the footpath to loop around the river, take binoculars to spot rare red kites, or make a beeline for a fine pub, The Crown, just ten minutes’ walk away.