Estonian-made mirror cabins can now be experienced away from the forests and bogs of their home country, in the landscaped, heavily storied and relatively treeless Oxfordshire countryside, according to a recent article in UK daily The Times.
Likely to suit the well-heeled, the Ööd houses – mirrored wooden cabins replete with hot tub and terrace ride the crest of the "glamping" trend of the past decade, tucked away at a polo club in Kirtlington, Oxon.
While Ööd cabins are available at around a dozen sites in Estonia, the Kirtlington business is the first in the U.K., and seems to prioritize comfort over discomfort.
The environs, in addition to the City of Oxford being a few kilometers to the South – the Cotswolds are to the West – include the local village and its 12th century parish church (pictured), woodland alongside a lake landscaped by Capability Brown (c. 1715-1783), and, from the sublime to the not so much, a well-known "shopping village" at Bicester, to the East.
Editor: Andrew Whyte
Source: The Times