Badger cabin was an absolute delight to stay in, I took my mum and we stayed for 4 nights. The cabin is cosy, clean and done out to a high standard. It's basic with twin beds ( comfortable and with a duvet and blanket so v warm) table and chairs, chest of drawers and a sink (only cold water, which was fine) and kettle with tea and coffee (fresh coffee too!) There's also a good heater so we didn't feel the cold at all, cosy on windy rainy nights. The views are just beautiful from the veranda (wonderful place to take in the view and listen to the owls) and the area offers plenty of things to do and see. The toilet cabin was just down a little path, which was slippery when wet so do take good walking boots, the bathroom was beautifully fitted out, good electric shower and quality towels!! When we stayed the other 2 cabins were empty so we had the bathroom to ourselves, I'm not sure how it would have worked with 4 other people using it, perhaps more hooks for towels would have been helpful. We took a camping stove and a 'kitchen in a bag' set up so had so much fun cooking local food of an evening. There's no fridge which added to the feel of glamping, which I loved. Trevor left a flask of milk for us every morning which was a wonderful touch...he even won himself the nick name ' the milk fairy' it made a real difference to be able to have tea or fresh coffee when you wake. The WiFi was good, but here's a little tip that worked a treat for us, there's an internet cable in a drawer under the kettle, you can plug this directly into your laptop and into the TP Link WiFi booster in the plug socket, you'll find the cable sockets underneath the TP link so unplug it and have a good old look, it's a good tip we watched full films with no buffering at all! I would love to stay at badger again and would recommend it as long as your able to climb up steep hills and like it rustic then this is the cute cabin holiday for you! Thanks again Trevor. Sam and Kitt.