The Hideout

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£396-528 per night - Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights as of 14/8/23

Your inner child (and possibly your actual children!) is just dreaming of a stay at The Hideout! Part of the Sleepy Owl Devon collection, this high-end treehouse sits surrounded by the beautiful and wild UNESCO North Devon Biosphere Reserve! From within the wood-clad living space, you can enjoy a movie night on the projector or head out to the deck for some time in the hot tub! This enchanting treehouse even has a movable bath, so you can enjoy a soak indoors and out! Sleeps 2 adults + 2 kids 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 Green Stay

Escape to North Devon in this incredible treehouse, perfect for romantic retreats and family holidays.
The only treehouse in the UK with a ‘moving bath’ - an indoor and outdoor bathing experience (with an outdoor kettle shower).
Enjoy an indulgent soak in the luxurious woodfired hot tub, taking in the stunning views from the private woodland terrace.
Grab the popcorn, (turn the mood lighting on) and settle in for a movie night in the comfy lounge with cinema projector.
Underfloor heating throughout and wood-burning stove for romantic evenings
Bring along your furry friend! Pet-friendly home with doggy beds, blankets, treats, night time collars and a bath to wash muddy paws.
A stone's throw away from the seaside and a selection of glorious sandy beaches.

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