Pull over vanlife, hutlife is driving 2023’s travel trends.
A pandemic-born urge for immersion in nature is leading many travellers to distance themselves from congested hotels in favour of rural huts and cabins.
These smaller retreats tap into the aesthetic appeal of ‘vanlife’ and tiny homes – but it’s not all hobbit holes and unplugged escapes.
Once the preserve of hikers and low-budget travellers, hut and cabin accommodations are being given a new lease on life to deliver comfort, convenience and even luxury amenities.
When 2023 arrives, expect to find more than minimalist cabins and humble huts popping up in the great outdoors.
Cabin retreats let travellers break away from the crowd
The desire to
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