Forget a room with a view, how about a cabin with a view, and a hot tub too! The clue is in the name - after a long day exploring north Devon this is the perfect place to unwind, with a glass of something nice, while watching the spectacular sunset! Sunset Cabin has the most wonderful sunset views that will take you breath away. Followed by a clear night with the most beautiful starry skies, this truly is a special place.
This self catering cabin has 3 bedrooms that comfortably sleeps up to 4 adults (in 2 double beds) and 2 children (in bunk beds). The two double bedrooms are both good sizes, one with an ensuite shower room, and there is one family bathroom. There is a smaller bedroom with bunk beds to sleep 2 children. Towels and linen are provided.
The kitchen is fully stocked with all that you'd expect including a kettle, toaster, microwave, oven. The living room is comfortable and cosy ... especially when the log burner is lit!
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.
There is gated off parking for cars and an enclosed garden although you are welcome to explore the 20 acres of magical 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 in Cornwall!
There is plenty to see and do in north Devon during your visit, with both the coast and Exmoor national park just 10 miles away. 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.