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Winnards Lodge 12

St. Columb Major, Cornwall, South West of England

Winnards Lodge From £2579 Availability

Welcome to Winnards Lodge, a wonderful six bedroom, dog friendly Cornish gem that is the perfect place to bridge the gap between generations or get together with your best friends to recharge, reinvigorate and make special memories. This superb contemporary holiday home epitomises luxury holiday living and is beautifully chic, effortlessly stylish and incredibly spacious. It comes with two stunning living areas, beautiful lake views and boutique style bedroom suites. Winnards Lodge is located on a small exclusive resort in Winnards Perch, in the heart of north Cornwall. Guests choosing this glamorous home enjoy use of the resort’s phenomenal concierge services and its brilliant amenities including a spa, gym, swimming pool, high-adrenaline watersports, kayaking, fishing, a children’s adventure playground, a resort restaurant and an aqua obstacle course.

Winnards Perch is a delightful inland location just a few miles from north Cornwall’s best beaches, fine dining scene and wonderful array of activities. It is just a short distance from Padstow, Watergate Bay, Mawgan Porth and Newquay and within easy reach of St Austell and Fowey on the south coast. Not only is Padstow a beautiful harbour town, it is Cornwall’s foodie capital with a fine dining scene that will get your tastebuds tingling. You can take a sea life safari, cycle to Wadebridge on the brilliant Camel Trail or take a ferry over to the glamorous village of Rock to water ski or mingle with the rich and famous. You can take the North Cornwall Coastal Path to enjoy spectacular views and the rich flora and fauna, head to the beautiful St Enodoc Church where Sir John Betjeman is buried, visit the astounding Eden Project or the Lost Gardens of Heligan, play golf on sensational coastal courses or just spend lazy days on an endless list of spectacular sandy beaches.

Winnards Lodge is perfect for multi-generational families, two or three families with children or just a group of friends. It is an ideal pick for a special celebration with fantastic services offered by the resort including catering, babysitting and much more. As well as boasting high-quality stylish interiors that you can imagine featured in glossy magazines, Winnards Lodge also comes with magical outdoor space where you can dine alfresco or bubble in your private hot tub while enjoying astonishing views of the lake and farmland beyond or later under the captivating night stars.

The main ground floor open plan living space enjoys plenty of floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows to let in the unique sparkle of the Cornish light. With gorgeous wooden floors, soft grey walls and a fabulous modern chef’s dream of a kitchen, it offers a cool vibe that encourages you to embrace the calm. Your living space is elegant and stylish with a vibrant velvet sofa arrangement adorned with colour pop scatter cushions, perfectly positioned to enjoy the views as well as your Smart television. After a busy day exploring north Cornwall you can cosy up with Netflix. The contemporary kitchen boasts excellent appliances including a Nespresso coffee machine for your morning cup of coffee on the stylish resin terrace. A delicious box of Cornish goodies will be waiting for you. There is a handy utility room for your laundry. You can either dine inside at the trendy dining table and chairs or head out to the terrace or a spot of alfresco dining. You may even decide to enjoy the resort’s catering services. On the first floor you will discover your second living room with gorgeous seating, another Smart television, stunning lake views and access to a balcony. It works brilliantly when children or the grandparents are tired after a busy day and want to relax with a movie while the party continues downstairs.

Winnards Lodge boasts six dreamy bedrooms, three with beautifully dressed super kingsize beds and three twin rooms, though these can also be set up as super kingsize beds on request. Crisp cottons and soft floaty feather duvets ensure that you will dive deep into slumber ready for the next day’s adventure. Each of the bedrooms comes with its own immaculate Villeroy and Boch ensuite bathroom, complete with fluffy towels, dressing gowns and luxury toiletries. Two of the bathrooms boast indulgent jacuzzi baths where you can soak any remaining stresses away as well as separate showers. The remaining bathrooms all offer walk-in rainfall showers. Two rooms also enjoy access to a terrace with blissful lake views. All of the beds enjoy very attractive feature headboards, all in different colours.

When a big occasion calls for a beautiful, sizeable house, Winnards Lodge is just perfect, made all the more special by its spacious and serene outdoor patio. You can laze in the sunshine, dine alfresco with your barbecue masters preparing a feast on the charcoal barbecue and take a dip in the hot tub under the stars.

When you are ready to leave this wonderful party house, you can head to the resort restaurant, the brilliantly well-equipped resort gym, the spa, the pool or take part in a water adventure. The indoor pool is heated and although the membership is complementary, you will need to book a session. The Elemis Spa is open for bookings which of course are payable. After a swim in the pool, younger guests enjoy the adventure playground with its shipwreck, island and swings. You can book lunch in the resort’s Look Out restaurant with wonderful views over the renowned FlowRider surf machine. The resort offers many activities on the lake between April and October including its Aquapark, SUPs, Cabelski and an inland beach. When booking Winnards Lodge, you can have a brilliant week without even driving the car!

The resort offers an outstanding concierge service and are happy to book restaurants and spa appointments and assist with surf schools, private chefs, mid-stay cleaning, flowers, cakes, photographers, art lessons on Mawgan Porth and babysitters. You can be fully catered by a talented chef or indulge in single evening celebrations with cocktails, canapes and dinner. You can also book a pre-prepared lobster menu to be delivered. You are very welcome to bring your furry friends along to Winnards Lodge and will find dog bowls under the sink.

Winnards Lodge enjoys a wonderful inland location on a small exclusive resort in Winnards Perch, just a few miles from the beautiful north Cornwall beaches and the popular seaside resorts of Padstow, Newquay and Mawgan Porth. Aside from the wonderful entertainment at the resort, this area of Cornwall has much to offer from its blissful beaches, to gorgeous towns and villages, beautiful cycle and hiking paths, boat trips, watersports and plenty of superb gardens.

Padstow is a charming working fishing port, surrounded by heavenly sandy beaches at the head of the Camel River. It is the starting point of the Camel Cycle Trail, a good base for watersports and a foodie destination with Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainesworth at No.6 sitting at the top of the list of renowned wonders. Seven blissful golden beaches are accessible in less than a five minute drive and the location is perfect for exploring the stunning South West Coast Path. You can enjoy a fun filled day on the beach with rock pooling, body boarding, surfing and castle building, explore the Cornish countryside, visit the Padstow Museum, take a white-knuckle speedboat or rib ride to enjoy the rugged coastal scenery or take the ferry over to Rock. The picturesque port is full of character and historical interest. You can take a boat trip from the harbour to looking for seals, dolphins, puffins and basking sharks, to fish or just to mess about on the water and enjoy the sunshine. Overlooking Padstow, you will find the fine Elizabethan country house, Prideaux Place. It was built in 1592 and has been passed down through the generations to the current owners, Peter and Elisabeth Prideaux-Brune. It boasts formal gardens and a deer park. There is a Poldark connection with Padstow. Fans of north Cornwall will recognise Levlizzick, the cliffs and the spectacular views across the Camel Estuary and Tregirls Beach on the drama series. The Padstow Museum is home to an interesting collection of memorabilia giving an insight into the history of Padstow over the past two centuries. You will learn the story of the famous ‘Obby’ Oss, the ancient ritual played out in the town every May Day. The event revolves around the two Obby Osses (hobby horses) which resemble a one-man pantomime horse. The idea is that they are in search of maidens and are followed by a team of morris dancing types, dressed in white and playing accordions and banging drums. It dates back to pre-Christian times.

North Cornwall’s Coastal Path is alive with flora, fauna, views and myths and legends from its past. There is a gorgeous walk from Constantine Bay to Porthcothan via a natural pool at Treyarnon Beach with views of tiny islands, headlands and cute little coves. The walk from Rock via Daymer Bay to Polzeath is also wonderful.

There are over forty wonderful gardens to visit in Cornwall. The wondrous Eden Project, known as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, is within easy reach with its massive tropical biomes where you can trek through the world’s largest indoor rainforest and immerse yourselves in the calm fragrance of the Mediterannean biome. There are also extensive gardens, contemporary art displays, performances and storytelling to keep you entertained. At Christmas there is a fantastic ice skating rink. It is an inspirational place. The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a world of heritage, romance and adventure.

Wadebridge enjoys a fascinating history, originating from 1313 when a market and two fairs were granted to Wade. Its fifteenth century bridge across the River Camel is stunning with seventeen arches along its three hundred and twenty foot length. The bridge was built by the Reverend Lovibond in 1460 with legend saying that the wealthy landowners who paid for it made their money from wool. Cycles can be hired to explore the Camel Trail and the surrounding countryside. Wadebridge’s leisure centre offers swimming, squash, weights, a solarium and more. Wadesbridge is on the Camel Trail. In June every year, Wadebridge is the site of the magnificent Royal Cornwall Show, one of the largest agricultural shows held in the country.

St Enodoc, the last resting place of the former poet laureate Sir John Bedjeman, is also famous for its golf course. The area is a golfing haven with the renowned courses of Trevose, Point at Polzeath, Merlin Golf Club and Newquay Golf Club also close by. At St Enodoc, The Church Course is ranked among the top one hundred golf courses in the world. There are excellent practice facilities, great golf tuition and some of the most spectactular coastal fairways you could play on.

Harlyn and Constantine Bays are wonderful and the surfing paradise of Polzeath is within easy reach. Constantine Bay is gorgeous with one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall and boasting a sweeping arc of gently shelving golden sand. The west-facing beach also offers delightful rock pools for children. The bay is separated from its neighbour, Booby’s Bay to the north by a thin rocky point and is bordered by a large rocky reef to the south. Watergate Bay, close to Padrock Retreat, is a huge stretch of golden sand backed by high cliffs. Mawgan Porth is the perfect family beach with lots of rock pools, caves and a large stream. Porthcothan, Daymer Bay and Polzeath are all wonderful.

The buzzy seaside resort of Newquay has been voted ‘One of the Nation’s Favourite Seaside Towns’ in the prestigious Which Holiday Survey and won Gold for ‘Best Seaside Towns for Families’ by Days Out with the Kids. The beaches and surf are renowned and the tourist entertainment is amazing. It is home to some of the world’s best watersports competitions with the Boardmasters Festival and surfing championships held in the resort. There are some wonderful spas in Newquay for relaxation, not to mention the fantastic restaurants to choose from. Children love Newquay Zoo, Lappa Valley, Pirate’s Quest, Oasis Fun Pools and the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre.

On the south coast, the Fowey Estuary is stunning with boat trips galore. You can visit many of the villages on either side of the estuary. The pretty town of Fowey is on one side of the Fowey River with Polruan on the other. It is a bustling small port with commercial and leisure boats. During the Second World War, Fowey was the centre for air-sea rescue and one of the places from which the D-Day invasions were launched. St Catherine’s Point is on the Fowey side of the harbour entrance where it functioned as a lighthouse in medieval times. St Catherine’s Castle below was built during the reign of Henry VIII to defend the harbour entrance. It is accessible when walking from the pretty Readymoney Cove. Fowey has a fascinating history. On Fore Street you will find the Old House of Foye, a medieval house built in 1430. It is now a shop but the walls, beamed interior and fireplace are pretty much the same. During the summer, Fowey Town Hall opens as a museum and small aquarium. Fowey is a delight with craft shops, galleries and cosy restaurants lining the narrow streets. Daphne du Maurier is the most famous former resident of the town. She is celebrated with the Du Maurier Festival each May and at the Literacy Centre next to the church.

Woodcutter's Hide, get away from it all and enjoy a romantic, r 2

Falmouth, Cornwall, South West of England

Woodcutter's Hide, get away from it all and enjoy a romantic, r From £686 Availability

With exclusive access to 13 acres of your own ancient woodland, a pond and meadow, barbecue area, fire pit and gazebo, Woodcutter's Hide has it all. In a private sheltered yet sunny valley, just four miles from Falmouth where you can forget the rest of the world for a while with only the wildlife for company! We provide wood for the fire pit, charcoal for the BBQ and a breakfast hamper of local produce on arrival.

This beautiful Shepherd's Hut is completely 'off grid' but includes a proper flushing toilet, shower, a good sized fridge, electric lights and phone/usb charging facility. There is also a small gas hob where you can boil a kettle for making tea or coffee but, by design, there is no tv or wi-fi! It is petite, but has a 4'6"× 6'4" double bed, space to eat your breakfast and you can park your car just a few yards away.

You are in the country and there is uneven ground, so flat shoes are advisable and there are steps to consider for access to the hut.
We regret that Woodcutter's Hide is not suitable for pets, children, or those with limited mobility.

In a rural area, this cabin is in an area with good shopping. Falmouth Art Gallery and National Maritime Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Falmouth Aquarium and Ocean Bowl. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's going on at Aberfal Outdoor Pursuits, or consider a night out at Performance Centre. Kayaking and motor boating offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with cycling and mountain biking nearby.

Wooden Lodge in Tranquil Surroundings with Modern Amenities & o 5

Saint Minver, Cornwall, South West of England

Wooden Lodge in Tranquil Surroundings with Modern Amenities & o From £595 Availability

Spacious log cabin now sleeps 5 set in beautiful well maintained gardens lined with trees on a private road. Parking to the front on the cabin. The cabin boasts all modern amenities including open plan living and modern kitchen and utility room. Spacious master bedroom and ensuite. Enjoy alfresco dining on the decking soaking up the glorious gardens and large pond with water feature. Access to all the facilities offered by Parkdean to include indoor heated swimming pool,Sauna, Restaurant and Bar, Evening entertainment, Crazy Golf, large outdoor play area, indoor soft play, Laundrette and shop. The nearest supermarket is in Wadebridge.There is also woodland walks to be enjoyed and picnic and barbecue areas. Many wonderful beaches close by and easily accessed. Padstow only a few miles away and easy access to many of Cornwalls places of interest including King Arthurs Tintagel Castle, The Eden Project, Port Isaac - setting for the Doc Martin TV Series, Rock the place famous for the holidaying of the Rich and Famous and Padstow.

Located in Wadebridge, this cabin is near theme parks and near the beach. Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Brea Beach reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Cornish Coast Day Adventures and Camel Creek Adventure Park. Retallack Water Sports and Pengenna Pasties are also worth visiting. Sailing and surfing/body boarding offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with mountain biking and cycling nearby.

Woodhill Beach House 14

Portishead, Somerset, South West of England

Woodhill Beach House From £8601 Availability

Woodhill Beach House is fabulously nestled on the banks of the River Severn estuary and as a result makes the perfect base for those wishing to escape reality, relax and unwind in style. Due to its much desired location it boasts uninterrupted panoramic views of the estuary, perfect for wildlife lovers! The property has been fashioned in form of a French inspired chic beach house and comes complete with all the necessary modern amenities for a more than comfortably stay.

As you enter the house you will instantly notice the lift, this allows easy access to the basement level and first floor. This is a really fantastic addition, particularly for those who have mobility issues or problems with staircases. The first floor is incredibly spacious and is comprised of an open plan dining area and fully equipped kitchen. The living room is the perfect spot to curl up in one of the comfy arm chairs with a good book while enjoying lookng out over the tranquil surroundings and river. The lovely dining room, bright and light due to the beautiful skylight it makes a lovely room for the family to gather together and enjoy a nice meal.

On the first floor two bedrooms can be found. Guests are bound to be arguing over who gets to stay in the wonderful master en-suite bedroom, complete with king-sized bed. Fabulous views of the Estuary and horizon can be enjoyed from the many windows and french doors and even from the comfort of the luxurious bathtub! The second en-suite double bedroom on this level boasts equally impressive views. 

Three bedrooms are situated in the upper floor. Two of the double bedrooms are larger in size with access to private washrooms. The smaller of the double bedrooms has nautical themed porthole windows and an en-suite bathroom. Heading back downstairs to the basement, you will find the snug area, perfect for a cosy movie night. On this floor, a further en-suite double bedroom can also be found. Adjoined to this bedroom is a small living space, with a working fireplace, with further access to the garden.

The town of Portishead is just off the coast of the Severn Estuary, Somerset. Due to its proximity and its tributary, Portishead has a rich history as a port and docking yard. There are still exquisite examples of Town’s fine history of Victorian Gothic architecture and plenty of popular trails for keen hikers to explore. Being surrounded by the stunning countryside of Somerset, holiday makers love to visit the likes of Gordano Valley Nature Reserve, Battery Point and The Clevedon Coast Path; where Wales is visible on clear days.

For those looking to make more of the localised attractions, Portishead Marina’s recent re-development means it has a host of bars, cafes and restaurants. When holidaying in Portishead, try to time your stay with the Portishead Carnival, Flower Show or Raft Race which are all a celebration of the local heritage. The house is an ideal base to explore the delights of Somerset. Visit enchanting stately homes such as Stourhead, Iford Manor and Bowood House and Gardens. Discover the charming and quaint English villages of Castle Combe, Frome, and Braford apon Avon. Not to mention the fabulous selection of delicious pubs and resturant to try including The Ethicurean at Barley Wood walled garden, Roth bar and grill at Hauser and Wirth or the Talbot Inn in Mells.

Woodhill Beach House 14

Portishead, Somerset, South West of England

Woodhill Beach House From £8601 Availability

Woodhill Beach House is fabulously nestled on the banks of the River Severn estuary and as a result makes the perfect base for those wishing to escape reality, relax and unwind in style. Due to its much desired location it boasts uninterrupted panoramic views of the estuary, perfect for wildlife lovers! The property has been fashioned in form of a French inspired chic beach house and comes complete with all the necessary modern amenities for a more than comfortably stay.

As you enter the house you will instantly notice the lift, this allows easy access to the basement level and first floor. This is a really fantastic addition, particularly for those who have mobility issues or problems with staircases. The first floor is incredibly spacious and is comprised of an open plan dining area and fully equipped kitchen. The living room is the perfect spot to curl up in one of the comfy arm chairs with a good book while enjoying lookng out over the tranquil surroundings and river. The lovely dining room, bright and light due to the beautiful skylight it makes a lovely room for the family to gather together and enjoy a nice meal.

On the first floor two bedrooms can be found. Guests are bound to be arguing over who gets to stay in the wonderful master en-suite bedroom, complete with king-sized bed. Fabulous views of the Estuary and horizon can be enjoyed from the many windows and french doors and even from the comfort of the luxurious bathtub! The second en-suite double bedroom on this level boasts equally impressive views. 

Three bedrooms are situated in the upper floor. Two of the double bedrooms are larger in size with access to private washrooms. The smaller of the double bedrooms has nautical themed porthole windows and an en-suite bathroom. Heading back downstairs to the basement, you will find the snug area, perfect for a cosy movie night. On this floor, a further en-suite double bedroom can also be found. Adjoined to this bedroom is a small living space, with a working fireplace, with further access to the garden.

The town of Portishead is just off the coast of the Severn Estuary, Somerset. Due to its proximity and its tributary, Portishead has a rich history as a port and docking yard. There are still exquisite examples of Town’s fine history of Victorian Gothic architecture and plenty of popular trails for keen hikers to explore. Being surrounded by the stunning countryside of Somerset, holiday makers love to visit the likes of Gordano Valley Nature Reserve, Battery Point and The Clevedon Coast Path; where Wales is visible on clear days.

For those looking to make more of the localised attractions, Portishead Marina’s recent re-development means it has a host of bars, cafes and restaurants. When holidaying in Portishead, try to time your stay with the Portishead Carnival, Flower Show or Raft Race which are all a celebration of the local heritage. The house is an ideal base to explore the delights of Somerset. Visit enchanting stately homes such as Stourhead, Iford Manor and Bowood House and Gardens. Discover the charming and quaint English villages of Castle Combe, Frome, and Braford apon Avon. Not to mention the fabulous selection of delicious pubs and resturant to try including The Ethicurean at Barley Wood walled garden, Roth bar and grill at Hauser and Wirth or the Talbot Inn in Mells.

Woodpecker Lodge, a secluded log cabin in beautiful north Devon 8

Bratton Fleming, Devon, South West of England

Woodpecker Lodge, a secluded log cabin in beautiful north Devon From £1155 Availability

Set in a stunning location within 22 acres of north Devon countryside and lying near to an iron age hillfort and a lake, this is a place to escape it all! Woodpecker Lodge is a 4 bedroom self-catering log cabin that comfortably sleeps up to 8 adults and has it's very own private hot tub. The location is great for a holiday in north Devon and there is plenty to do, while also being a perfect place to unwind and reconnect with nature.

In low season short notice bookings, 2 night bookings may be available (rather than 3 night minimum) and discounts may be available if booking for 3 nights or more. Please message to enquire!

The bedrooms are all good sizes. The 2 upstairs bedrooms both have king size beds, en-suite bathrooms (bath only), and one bedroom has a private balcony area. There are 2 downstairs bedrooms, one with a double bed and en-suite shower room and one with twin beds. There is one family shower room downstairs with a lovely large shower.

The kitchen is fully stocked with all that you'd expect including a kettle, toaster, microwave, oven, dishwasher and washing machine. The living room is comfortable and cosy ... especially when the log burner is lit!

Woodpecker Lodge has it's own private hot tub for guests to relax and enjoy throughout their holiday. It is important the guests read and adhere to the guidance on how to operate and safely use the hot tub in order to keep it clean, be safe and make the most of it, which we email to guests prior to their stay.

There is parking for up to 4 cars and an enclosed garden although you are welcome to explore the 22 acres of countryside at your leisure, which includes woodlands, a lake and an iron age hillfort. On a clear day you can see sea views to Hartland Point, and on a clear night the stars are breath-taking!

We are very dog friendly and doggies are welcome to stay. Please note that dogs must be kept off all furniture, muddy paws must be cleaned before entering the cabin, and all dog poo must be picked up from the garden and paths. There is an additional charge for more than 2 dogs.

Woodpecker Lodge is in a rural location, about a 5 minute drive from the village of Bratton Fleming where there is a small village shop and a fish and chip van on a Friday night. We are a 20 minute drive from supermarkets. There are a number of great pubs/restaurants (many of them dog friendly) that we can recommend which are all within a 10 - 30 minute drive away.

There is plenty to see and do in north Devon during your visit. Why not try your hand at surfing at the nearby beaches such as Croyde, Saunton Sands and Woolacombe, or hire a bicycle and ride the famous Tarka Trail, or go hiking in Exmoor, or walk the spectacular South West Coast Path? Other attractions to visit include Arlington Court and Castle Hill Gardens that are also very close if you like to explore National Trust properties, or for something different you could visit Quince Honey Farm in nearby South Molton. There’s plenty for kids too, such as the Exmoor Zoological Park, Milky Way Adventure Park and Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park.

Woodpecker Lodge is unfortunately not disability or wheelchair friendly.

Please note the following:
* No additional guests and no parties are allowed
* The noise level must be kept to a minimum after 10pm to be respectful of us, our neighbours and other holiday properties (we live just up the lane so will know!)
* The property must be left in a reasonable clean and tidy condition on check-out

Failure to do this may mean additional payments from the security deposit will be taken.

There are 2 holiday properties at Mossy Beech, Sunset Cabin and Woodpecker Lodge. They are nicely spaced apart allowing for privacy of guests who are staying here. If you have a large party then please do enquire for both, they can sleep up to 14 in total across both properties. Please see the summary below of each property along with a link to each listing for further information.

Sunset Cabin - 2 double bedrooms and 1 small children's bunk bed room, sleeps up to 6
https://www.vrbo.com/en-gb/p8699104

Woodpecker Lodge - 2 king bedrooms, 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom, sleeps up to 8
https://www.vrbo.com/en-gb/p8693926

Located in Barnstaple, this cabin is in a rural area. Arlington Court and Arlington Court are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Exmoor National Park and North Devon Coast. Exmoor Zoo and Funder Zone are also worth visiting.

Woodpecker Luxury Treehouse Hideaway 5

Dittisham, Devon, South West of England

Woodpecker Luxury Treehouse Hideaway From £2506 Availability

Escape to this exquisite hidden gem of a Treehouse. Luxuriously designed and peacefully perfect for romantic breaks away or family enjoyment; relax within nature from which to explore the South Hams in Devon. This little hideaway sleeps up to 2 adults and 3 children (under the age of 16), perfect for couples or family holidays. Boasting your own private furnished deck and wood-fired hot tub there is something for everyone. Bring along your four-legged friends too! Dog-friendly treehouses (maximum 2 small dogs or 1 large dog).

Staying in one of these treehouses is akin to staying in your own private mini-resort. Each deck includes a hammock, outdoor chess set, outdoor table football, sun loungers, BBQ with dining area, and a traditional wood-fired cedar hot tub. The interiors are attractively furnished with a nod to their environment, with a variety of rich wood finishes, soothing toned fabrics, sumptuous Egyptian cotton bed linen and home comfort essentials that include underfloor heating, a wood-burning stove, a fully-equipped kitchen, 2 en-suite bathrooms with power showers, family fun board games, books, and Wi-Fi.

There will be a prepared hamper to settle you in, packed with some treats, enough for welcome tea/coffee & nibbles, a selection of West Country produce for your first morning’s continental breakfast and a complimentary bottle of wine for you to enjoy on a warm sunny afternoon or cosy winter evening by the fire.

Booking Conditions:
- Additional bags of logs £8.00/bag, can also be deducted from your security deposit if required
- Electric Vehicle charging available on request
- On-site parking

This chalet is located in Dartmouth. Coleton Fishacre and Coleton Fishacre House & Gardens are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at South Devon and Dartmoor National Park. Woodlands Family Theme Park and Golden Hind are also worth visiting.

Woolacombe Admirals Lodge | 6 Bedrooms 12

Woolacombe, Devon, South West of England

Woolacombe Admirals Lodge | 6 Bedrooms From £1020 Availability

WOOLACOMBE ADMIRALS HOUSE OVERVIEW This large 6-bedroomed property over 3 floors is featured by an unbelievable cliff-side location with uninterrupted sea views to Lundy Island and a short walk down to Barricane Beach. This fabulous home is perfect for two/three family occupation. From the under-deck driveway with parking for 2/3 cars, the approach to ADMIRALS HOUSE is via steps up to a large decked area with glass windbreak and a table seating 12 people. Far reaching views over the Atlantic Ocean to Lundy Island, make this the perfect spot for al fresco dining. Recently renovated, ADMIRALS HOUSE has a fantastic open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen, with a large reclaimed timber table comfortably seating 12. Other highlights include a top of the range ceramic induction hob, surf drying/utility room, WiFi internet access, PlayStation 2 console and a bluetooth docking device. Really, you won't want to go home!

LIVING AREAS Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area, the perfect social space for a self catering holiday. Newly renovated to a very high standard, with a minimalistic but homely atmosphere. Contemporary silver oak flooring and one off pieces of distressed wooden furniture create a unique, quality feel. Large bay windows fill the living space with sunlight, and of course let you enjoy the fabulous ocean views! This room has 2 leather sofas, a brand new window seat in the bay window (not photographed as yet) seating up to 3 additional people, and few poofs, Smart TV. There is a feature fireplace by the dining table, and a bluetooth docking station. The house has lots of games, books and toys to entertain all ages after a day at the beach. Double doors lead out onto the deck area - a superb suntrap on a sunny day, with a glass balcony surround for seamless panoramic views, creating the perfect indoor/outdoor space. Woolacombe and Putsborough beaches are to the left, Baggy Point and Lundy Island ahead and the rugged coastal outcrop of Mort

Woolacombe Country House 8

Devon, South West of England

Woolacombe Country House From £2007 Availability

A magnificent property nestled on the rolling hills of North Devon, Woolacombe Country House is an unmissable delight for a luxurious rural retreat!

First, there’s this exquisite kitchen. A wonderfully modern space, with tons of worktop space for cooking, mixing drinks and evening grabbing a bite to eat at the fabulous breakfast bar, it even has a set of French doors leading you to a wonderful balcony. For sublime relaxation, head to the sitting room just at the far end of the kitchen, where its huge, plush sofas invite you to sink into their soft cushions and rest in total, blissful comfort. There’s even a log burner here for getting truly cosy! To dine, meanwhile, step into your enchanting sun room, with great picture windows inviting the glow of daylight within, and offering spectacular views across the tree-tops and even the sea in the distance! There’s a second lounge area here, alongside a dining table for eight, plus direct access onto the terrace.

When it’s time to get a little rest, there are four fabulous bedrooms to choose from. The first, the superb, spacious master suite, offers a king size bed, a private, breath-taking balcony with seating, sun loungers and sublime views, and an ensuite bathroom with a luxurious double-ended bathtub, as well as a double-size shower. Next there is a second double bedroom with plenty of natural light streaming in over the lovely large bed. The third room features two single beds in a spacious room, while the final room has a single bed and an additional trundle bed, should this be required. There’s a family bathroom as well as a shower room on the ground floor perfect for rinsing off the sand after a morning at the beautiful beaches nearby.

And finally, at long last, step out into this majestic garden, teeming with balconies, terraces, lawns and seating! Enveloping the whole property and sweeping spectacularly down the hillside, your gorgeous garden truly makes this a family paradise, with space for kids of all ages to enjoy fun and games on the lawn, and plenty of incredibly picturesque benches from which you can admire the unforgettable sea and countryside views and the total tranquillity of the Devon countryside.

Just five minutes to the west is the incredible town of Woolacombe with its amazing surfing beach, while less than ten minutes to the north is the seaside town of Ilfracombe with its signature Victorian buildings on the seafront!

Woolacombe Country House is delightfully tucked away off a quiet country lane, less than five minutes from the beautiful town from which it takes its name. Nestled on the northern coast of the beautiful Devon and boasting a 3 mile beach, Woolacombe is quite the location for a group looking for a holiday of water sports and adventure, or simply sunbathing and seaside strolls. There are endless activities, attractions, shops and more at your fingertips!

Meanwhile, if you fancy exploring a little further afield, the smaller seaside town of Ilfracombe is tucked away among the dramatic hills of the northern coastline, less than 10 minutes to the north of the property, and is a small, hilly harbour surrounded by cliffs. It is simply beautiful, steeped in history - and known as the culinary hub of north Devon. It’s unmissable!

Enjoy the warm, welcoming and easy-going folk of the West Country, and the endless sandy beaches, fossil cliffs, medieval towns and national parks of Devon, a truly unmissable county! For a perfect day in the fresh air and sunshine, Exmoor National Park and the vast Dartmoor National Park, with their endless rugged moorland, woodland, farmlands and valleys sprinkled with granite tors are ideal for walking, horse riding, mountain biking, climbing and much more! The magnificent Jurassic Coast, comprising 95 miles of coastline with 185 million years of geological history is well worth a visit, with the South West Coast Path running along a large section of it. If you’re after a traditional English beach trip with the added delight of white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and world-class sailing and surfing, you will not be disappointed!

Devon has two separate coastlines: to the south is the English Channel and to the north, the Irish Sea and Bristol Channel. The sublime English Riviera, a series of picturesque, south-coast harbour towns, is the nickname of the magnificent southern coastline. Torquay is one of the main highlights: a delightful seaside resort town well known for its beaches such as Babbacombe and the cliffside Oddicombe. Torquay Harbour offers shops, cafes and a marina, while the nearby Torre Abbey, a monastery founded in 1196, has art galleries and extensive gardens.

Wyvern Apartment - Where your comfort matters! 2

Yeovil, Somerset, South West of England

Wyvern Apartment - Where your comfort matters! From £735 Availability

Wyvern Apartment is a newly converted studio apartment which is close to beautiful countryside and many great attractions. We have designed the apartment with our guests' comfort in mind and it has been ideally equipped for both business and pleasure guests. There is free parking, a flat screen smart TV, free unlimited WI-FI along with lots of other little touches to help make your stay as welcoming and convenient as possible. The apartment boasts a well equipped kitchen and walk-in shower room.
The space
The apartment was converted from an old disused detached flat roofed outbuilding in 2021 to a very high standard specifically with accommodating guests' in mind.
No expense has been spared on the conversion with solid hardwood furniture throughout, spectacular bold Oak beams to the front and oiled hardwood oak cladding, a fully functioning kitchen and a beautifully tiled wet room with rain shower.

This chalet is located in Yeovil. Global Images Gallery and Sherborne Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Field of Dreams and East Lambrook Manor Gardens. Mapperton Gardens and Badger Watch Dorset are also worth visiting.

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