Carlsberg makes a delicious lager. Now, you can enjoy a pint in the middle of nowhere – and sleep it off, too, at the Carlsberg Cabin in the U.K., brought to you by Carlsberg Brewing Company and the miracle of hydroelectricity. It’s a lovely lager-cabin.
The Carlsberg Cabin and Bar offers you the ability to live off the grid, about a mile inland from the Trebarwith Strand, a beautiful beach in Northern Cornwall, England. The Carlsberg cabin in the Cornish forest – also known as Kudhva, the Cornish word for “hideaway” – is a glampsite located in a beautiful nook in the Cornish forest. Surrounded by willow groves, gorse bushes and wildflowers, towering slate mountain stacks and a stone-walled swimming hole nearby, the cabin’s surroundings are fairy tale-esque. Beyond the resplendent environment and natural amenities of the Cornish forest, the Cabin itself is a marvel; the first carbon-neutral bar powered by a waterfall in the world, with trees growing through the deck. Truly one of the most unique places to camp on Earth, the cabin comes with another benefit: you’ll never run out of beer. It comes pre-stocked with more lager than you can hope to drink, courtesy of Carlsberg.