Take in all 'Firefly' has to offer — the homey bedroom will set your heart aglow

If you want to answer the call of the wild but aren't quite ready to commit to cabin living full time, we've found a temporary fix to give you a taste. The Firefly cabin from Unique Home Stays offers you the chance to ease your way into the cabin lifestyle and shows you the beauty of simplifying your life.
This one-of-a-kind escape is located in North Cornwall, UK and is described as an "intriguing home where clever craftsmanship meets huntsman's lair." The special details, such as the knotted ropes draped over the rafters, the weathered finish to the wood, and the plush velvet sofa, make this cabin one to remember.
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The patio features outdoor seating and a stone fireplace.
The kitchen and dining room are fully equipped for your needs, and the website makes special note of the "Aga and vintage Belfast sink."
The sitting room is the perfect combination of rustic and industrial, thanks to the warm wood paneling and unique concrete fireplace.
Excuse me while I swoon. This bedroom is among the most relaxing and beautiful we've seen.
The sink and bathtub are custom-made from concrete.
According to the website, the wall is made of corrugated tin for a rustic feel and a cool contrast to the wood.
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