Owl Cabin

4

  • #Hot Tub
  • #Cabin
  • #Romantic
  • #Rural
  • #Walking

£270.00 up to £415.00 per night as of 02/12/2023

Spend magical evenings relaxing in the hot tub underneath the sparkling skies of this pretty Somerset idyll. Stare out at the beautiful garden and enjoy uninterrupted views of the fields beyond while the birds serenade you with their night song. For those looking to relax, unwind and reconnect with the natural world, then this is the perfect spot.

Owl Cabin is a beautifully styled property sitting amongst woodland on an organic farm. The exterior is very much contemporary cabin style, with timber cladding, aluminium frames and an abundance of glass to maximise the experience of living amongst nature. The interior is no less impressive, a vaulted ceiling creates a spacious feel and allows natural light to pour in.

The kitchen is country-style with pretty blue cupboards and all the modern conveniences guests might need to put together meals. You will love enjoying lengthy breakfasts at the large wooden kitchen table which sits in the centre of this spacious area, enjoying the tranquility and wonderful views through patio doors which lead out to the garden

Should inspiration hit, there is a handy workspace where guests can enjoy the natural world outside while writing a journal or a poem or maybe simply checking the emails. A stylish sitting room awaits guests after long days exploring the area, leave the boots at the door, grab a glass of wine from the kitchen, put up your feet and stretch out in front of the cosy wood burning fire or binge watch a box set on the flat screen television.

Come bedtime and a lovely exposed staircase curves around the kitchen and takes guests onto a large mezzanine level. There you find a kingsize bed dressed with white linens and a woollen blanket, whilst sheepskin rugs which cover the floor to keep feet cosy. A modern take on the traditional antler-style chandelier is a lovely quirky touch which adds character to this beautiful cabin. There is a handy toilet en-suite and larger family bathroom can be found on the ground floor, with a large rainfall shower and freestanding bath tub.

Visitors may be excused for never leaving the comfort of the cabin but those wishing to explore will find a lovely gastro-pub, The Lord Poulett Arms, just a 15 minute stroll from the cabin. Or pack a picnic and head to the Jurassic Coast for some fossil hunting and sea swimming. You're also close to the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so be sure to bring your walking boots!

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