Ok, so I know it is painfully tedious looking through other people's holiday photos, but I promise these are not holiday photos in the normal sense. I will keep it brief. I just really want to show you where I went because it was awesome and I thought you might like it too (working on the proviso that if you are reading this we probably share a similar aesthetic).
Home for the week was this shepherd's hut in the middle of a field surrounded by trees and sheep (naturally) in deepest rural Hampshire. I was given glamping vouchers for my birthday so I knew whichever place I chose would be in a wonderful countryside location, but what sold me on this one was the beautiful job Alex (the owner) has done of kitting out the hut. Just look at it:
I was blessed with no electricity and no phone signal and was therefore forced to relax, spending my time playing with fire, going for lovely long walks, reading by lamplight and eating copious amounts of toasted marshmallows. Bliss. I also now need a wood burning stove in my life more than ever...electricity may be useful and convenient but it is just so very dull in comparison.
Find out more about Wriggly Tin here: http://www.wrigglytinhuts.co.uk/