Cary Arms & Spa

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Call For Price as of 11/03/2023

A characterful selection of Hutss and suites on the South Devon coast, complete with luxury spa and outstanding views.

One of the Sunday Times' coveted Best Places to Stay', Cary Arms & Spa is a luxurious boutique hotel and spa complex, blissfully secluded in South Devon's Babbacombe Bay. The scenery here is truly magnificent, taking in the red cliffs of Dorset and even Portland Bill on a clear day. Forming part of the South West Coast Path, you can easily capture some of the most beautiful seaside views you'll ever see.

The Cary Arms beach Hutss and suites are a special addition to the hotel complex, nestled right on the water's edge amongst tropical coastal gardens. Cradle your morning coffee on your private terrace, as you take in all the dramatic beauty of the Jurassic coast...and that's just for starters!
There's plenty of traditional seaside charm imbued in your luxurious Huts, complete with lovingly selected furnishings, contemporary artwork, and huge wall-to-wall glass doors (meaning you won't miss out on a single moment of that fantastic scenery, whatever the weather).

Discover a spacious terrace and lounge with feature fire, a cosy double bedroom and a sumptuous waterfall shower. Indulgent additions include Smart TVs, a mini Smeg fridge and a Sonos wireless music system...what else could you possibly need? Well, how about a complimentary bottle of house wine and soft drinks too!

If you're celebrating something special, or you're simply in the mood for an upgrade, the incredibly spacious Beach Suites measure an impressive 980 sq ft each and are decked in shimmering coastal colours that complement the panoramic views. Wrap yourselves in the soft bathrobes provided, pour yourselves a drink and just relax! Or take a trip to the sea-facing, glass-faceted spa, and spend some much-needed chillout time in the steam room or sauna.

After a sound night's sleep, enjoy an optional continental hamper delivered straight to your Huts or suite, as you mull over what you're going to do with your day. The English Riviera is home to many beautiful towns and fishing ports, including Brixham and Dartmouth, famed for its narrow winding streets and stylish shops. Dartmoor National Park, meanwhile, is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and accessible within half an hour.

Otherwise, why not simply unfurl your towel on one of Babbacombe's beautiful beaches, all of which are sun-soaked and view-filled? Energetic types can try out all kinds of watersports, while if you're feeling particularly lazy, the historic Babbacombe Cliff funicular railway is on hand to take you from beach to village in the most scenic way possible.

Enjoy a meal at the hotel restaurant (where you might even bag the Captain's Table if you're lucky enough!), and then saunter back to your heavenly Huts, just in time to catch that blazing orange sunset reflected in the sea.

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