The Hideout At Sleepy Owl Devon

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  • #Dogs
  • #Treehouse
  • #Eco
  • #Coastal
  • #Family
  • #Wifi
  • #Ev Charger

£395.00 up to £525.00 per night as of 02/02/2024

This boutique treehouse is hidden away amongst 20 acres of the idyllic UNESCO North Devon Biosphere Reserve. Perfect for both romantic retreats and family getaways, the luxurious abode features a delightful master suite and a children’s bunk room they’ll be sure to love (you can bring your dog too!). The treehouse has a chic designer feel and oozes luxury, with led mood lighting throughout. From the cinema projector in the living room to the private woodland terrace with woodfired hot tub and ‘moveable’ copper bathtub with outdoor shower for bathing under the stars, it really is a magical place to stay and the perfect location to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or mini moons in style, with complimentary banners, bubbles and welcome celebration treats. The treehouse has been beautifully designed and expertly handcrafted. The hub of the retreat is a gorgeous, open-plan living, kitchen and dining space. Warmed by under floor heating and with a wood burning stove for a romantic atmosphere, it’s a lovely place to cuddle up and watch a film on the projector or have a break from screens and delve into the selection of books and board games provided. When it’s time to eat, guests can make use of the Hideout’s wonderful kitchen, fully equipped with modern appliances and all the cooking essentials needed to prepare a delicious meal (plus a Nespresso machine for your caffeine fix!). Large bifold glass doors in the living area and main bedroom open onto the terrace, letting you bring the outside in on warm days. Open-air living at its finest, the outside space is a real highlight of the property. Guests can enjoy an indulgent soak in the opulent woodfired hot tub, hang around together in the double-person Fatboy Hammock or simply kick back and take in the stunning woodland views. Fancy some alfresco cooking? You’ll be able to fire up the barbecue for a chargrilled feast and cook authentic pizzas in the wood-burning oven. The Hideout has both a master bedroom and children’s bunk room. Designed to ensure a long and blissful sleep, the four-poster, super king-sized bed is fitted with a premium Hypnos mattress and topper, Savoy bedding and feather down pillows and duvet, with a rotating TV so you can enjoy your favourite Netflix series from the comfort of your bed. You’ll also find the elegant copper bathtub, which can be easily moved onto the terrace. A stylish bathroom with a luxurious walk-in shower completes the home, with fluffy towels, robes and slippers provided to complete the spa-like experience. Sitting on the Devon and Cornwall border, the location of the Hideout is perfect for discovering the best of country and coast. You’ll have plenty to explore right on your doorstep, as the treehouse is surrounded by with 20-acres of private woodland and wildflower meadows. The glorious sandy beaches and spectacular cliffs of Hartland Quay are just a stone’s throw away, ideal for long walks, swimming and watersports. Worked up an appetite from all that walking? Head to one of the friendly pubs in Hartland village for a wholesome meal and a glass of your favourite tipple.

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