Eden Cabin

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£135.00 up to £170 per night as of 16/12/2023

ROMANTIC DEVON RETREAT - Eden Cabin is a romantic and luxurious lodge in the heart of Devon. With lush country views and a sumptuous hot tub, it is perfect for a weekend away with a loved one. Relax by the wood burner with 180-degree views or head out onto the covered deck for time in the hot tub or to discover the secret wildflower area! Sleeps 2 🛏️ Dog-friendly 🐾

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