Here we present you with your choice of shelter for your stay at Kudhva:
We have four Kudhva on site; each architectural hideout is totally off-grid and has been designed to offer temporary shelter in a way which leaves you feeling calm and cared for, just by the structure itself. They sleep two in a mezzanine bed, above a compact sofa area below. Each Kudhva has a floor to ceiling window framing the views beyond. The Kudhva comes with fresh linen and towels.
Check out our Tree Tents, we have five across the site, nestled in a the willow groves. The Tree Tents provide you with just the necessary shelter to still feel as though you’re sleeping in the wild. They sleep two and guests need to bring their own bedding and towels.
Our Danish Cabin which sleeps six, sits above a 40ft waterfall, it’s a 2/3s copy of our Grade II listed Engine House. It’s completely stripped back for simple living. This wooden cabin sits in a secluded deciduous woodland with a river running underneath its private deck. It comes with fresh bedding and towels.
The Shanti Tipis are a new addition to site (so you won’t see photos of them below yet). They sleep two in a double bed, with fresh sheets and pillows. You just need to bring your own duvet and towels. They sit proudly overlooking the Engine House, with the sea below.
By going off-grid and sheltering inside the kingdom of Kudhva your priorities begin to switch away from our busy digital lives and back to basics.