Cherry Blossom Shepherd's Hut
4.7 miles S of Exeter
From £895 per week
Shepherd's hut with a hot tub in Devon: Perched beside a calm trickling stream and overlooking a scenic meadow, this charming shepherd's hut offers the most peaceful setting for exploring the best that Devon has to offer.
Climb the beautifully worn, wooden steps to enter Cherry Blossom through the dreamy Dutch door and discover a hut full of indulgence and character. Gorgeous oak fittings and delicate homely details greet you in a space that encourages you to unwind and relax in picturesque surroundings. Find yourself daydreaming in the bright and cosy dining area while enjoying a morning coffee and embracing the blissful crisp sunlight as you look out of the wooden windows, to unspoilt fields and gentle woodland. A well-equipped kitchen sits to the right of the hut and is the perfect spot to prepare delicious late brunches and warming early suppers. There's a 2-ring hob, fridge, kettle and toaster so you'll have everything you need.
At the end of a long day of discovering the secrets of Devon's natural landscapes, return to your rural home from home and lose yourself in its indulgent home comforts. Transform this magical hut by folding down the lovely double bed from the side wall to sit snugly atop the dining area, which creates a beautifully intimate space. A charming wood burning stove sits to the right of the door and bathes the hut in a heavenly warm glow from is enchanting flames. A Flat Screen TV and DVD player add to Cherry Blossom's luxurious touches to ensure a peaceful and relaxing evening under the stars.
In the morning, awake to soothing birdsong and start your day with a crisp splash in the fresh stream that runs alongside the hut before enjoying a long refreshing shower in the cute and compact shower room.
A delightfully rugged wooden fence encloses Cherry Blossom's idyllic garden area, which features magnificent views across a rolling meadow that can be enjoyed from the hut's charming deckchairs or the supremely indulgent hot tub. A beautifully subtle barbeque tops off this brilliant garden, allowing you to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining in the warm evening breeze.
Also snuggled in this picture-perfect meadow is Cherry Blossom's sister hut Apple Blossom, although both have their own separate entrances and are very private from each other.
Out and About
After you've taken in Cherry Blossoms tranquil surroundings, venture out into the Devonshire countryside on one of the bikes (available to hire) and explore the beautiful natural landscapes of this incredibly picturesque county. Exeter city isn't far from your peaceful retreat and makes for a great day out with its array of high street and independent shops and eateries, as well as the scenic riverbank. The magical Canonteign Falls is England's highest manmade waterfall and the enchanting trails through its surrounding woodland and beautiful fern gardens are brilliant for escaping the strains of city life. Powderham Castle is also a fascinating destination and is located in a unique and picturesque setting beside the Exe Estuary just five miles away from Cherry Blossom making it well worth a visit. There are also numerous gorgeous beaches to explore, all within easy reach of the hut. Dawlish Warren, Teignmouth and Dawlish are all under 10 miles away and perfect for invigorating wild swimming.
For eating out, the pretty village of Kenn is just a five-minute walk away and has a renowned pub, the Ley Arms, serving delicious food. For picking up the essentials, the friendly family-run shop and Post Office in Kennford is open seven days a week from early until late and, for local and artisan products, there are plenty of regular farmers' markets to visit.
Steps up to open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas with double bed, wood-burner, TV/DVD player, 2 ring hob, fridge, toaster and kettle. Door to Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £895 - £995 per week
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
A non-refundable booking fee of £38 is payable per booking.
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