Guests at Settle, a vacation enclave in Norfolk, on the east coast of England, are invited to make themselves at home in a range of accommodations, including canvas safari tents, converted railway carriage (see our recent feature Getaway Cars), and a lake cabin. All are the result of the combined talents of owners Jo and John Morfoot: he owns nearby architectural salvage yard Morways Reclamation and Salvage, she’s a celebrated floral designer and stylist, and Settle, on 30 acres of parkland, is their shared passion project.
Today, we’re spotlighting the one-bedroom cabin that John built using materials from Morways. It’s a dream hideaway that the two keep making even dreamier: in addition to a spa bath, there’s now a lakeside folly with a wood-fired hot tub.
Looking for a getaway? Browse our Design Travel section for lodging, restaurant, and shopping recommendations, including:
- Riverside House: A Normandy Guesthouse from an Upstart American Restaurateur
- Stedsans in the Woods: A Carbon-Neutral, Off-the-Grid Cabin in the Swedish Forest
- The Suttle Lodge: A Hipster-Rustic Retreat in Oregon’s Deschutes National Forest