Beautiful Bespoke Huts

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  • #Rural
  • #Quirky
  • #Romantic
  • #Hot-tub/outside
  • #Adults

£150.50 to £188.25 per night as of 30/05/2023

Plan a summer getaway to Moonbow Escapes in Devon, a pair of beautifully crafted, romantic Shepherd's Huts. Inside the spacious hut you'll find a sumptuous bed, sweet kitchenette and living area and even an en-suite shower room. Enjoy the great outdoors, firing up the bbq for a delicious dinner, before gathering around the wood burner or slipping into the hot tub as the stars come out! Sleeps 2 per hut 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾 Green Stay 🌿

THE HIGHLIGHTS

his beautiful shepherd’s hut has been designed to be a little larger and spacious than most, making room for a generously sized living space and a king-size bed while retaining its traditional charm.

Wood-fired hot tub outside, along with outdoor furniture and a sheltered area with a barbecue and wood-burning stove.

Handcrafted kitchen, fully equipped bathroom and a wood-burner to keep the interior cosy.

Perfectly located for exploring the outdoors, 12 miles from the coast in one direction and 12 miles from Dartmoor in the other.

YOU SHOULD KNOW

Adults only.

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