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Brownscombe Roundhouse

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  • #Hot Tub
  • #Cabin
  • #Roundhouse
  • #Wellness
  • #Games Room
  • #Rural
  • #Family
  • #Outside Bath

£599.50 as of 10/01/2024

Tucked into the corner of the sheep field, the sun will arc across the sky from your perspective in the wood fired hot tub. But the perfect spots to lie back and relax don’t end there. You’ve got two other options to scrub up, with an indoor power shower for a luxurious wash after exploring the nearby coast or Dartmoor National Park, just a short drive away. There’s also the wonderful tin bath outdoors, on the covered deck, complete with a bath tray to keep the prosecco handy. When you’re not lounging around (and there’s still the Adirondack loungers, mind you), you might be cooking up a storm in the BBQ area outside when the sun’s shining, or of course in the small kitchenette if it’s a cooler evening. But after dinner, all bets are off, and it’s either sipping sundowners by the firepit, or if you’ve brought young ones – toasting marshmallows to perfection. Adventure’s always just a short drive from here, and Devon’s your oyster, with plenty to do inland and across the coast. You could be down to Salcombe in under an hour, or simply Torquay in 15 minutes or so. But the real magic’s on site, especially as a couple on your own, where you can make use of the oak four poster bed and forget everyone else.

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