6.9 miles E of Bude
From £550 per week
Yurt in Devon with a hot tub: A luxurious and spacious countryside retreat with a wood-fired hot tub, perfect for a relaxing romantic break or a family escape to nature.
If you're looking for a tranquil haven with a little luxury in the heart of the Devon countryside, Rosewood Yurt could be the hideaway for you. It's surrounded by almost an acre of green meadow and more than 150 acres of woodland, making it a nature-lover's dream. There's ample space inside and out and, newly built for 2022, a beautiful wood-fired hot tub for you to unwind in after your day's adventures.
The hideaway is made up of two traditional yurts, side by side. In the main yurt you'll find the spacious and airy open plan living and bedroom area, decorated with a laid-back farmhouse style that immediately invites you in. From the king-sized bed look up to the tent's transparent dome top to see the stars at night, and wake naturally as daylight emerges and the birds begin to sing. There's a full size oven, sink and fridge in the kitchen area, as well as plenty of cupboard space and culinary items to prepare a hearty meal - and there's a small dining table to sit round together and tuck in. After a day out exploring, treat yourself to a hot soak in the free-standing bath in the en-suite bathroom and dry off in the rocking chair by the wood-burner. Through the beautifully hand-crafted door, enter the charming 'Little Rosewood' yurt where there are bunk-beds to sleep two children. There's a comfortable sofa in the main yurt that pulls out as a sofa bed too, so there's space for five in total.
The outside space is just as blissful. Set in its own secluded spot in a large green meadow, the two yurts stand on a large raised decking area which is perfect for enjoying the unspoilt countryside views, reading a book from the loungers or enjoying an evening barbecue while the children play. Perhaps the star of the outside space though is the stunningly crafted wood-fired hot tub, an idyllic romantic spot to star-gaze or watch the sunset with a glass of fizz. Rosewood Yurt has some extra practical features too - you'll have access to the shed nearby where there's a washing machine, tumble-drier and heated towel rail.
The welcoming owners of this property live on site and are happy to help with any questions but will give you plenty of privacy too. They run a garden machinery business, so you may hear the odd lawn mower or chainsaw rumbling in the distance from time to time - it only adds to the authentic rural atmosphere!
Out and About
Rosewood is situated in an unspoilt corner of Devon known as Ruby Country, after the local Ruby Red cattle. It's close to the border of Cornwall - so whether for short breaks or longer stays it's perfect for a variety of outings. Lace up your walking boots for amazing footpaths that lead right from your doorstep, or pop on your cycle clips and peddle the local cycling routes. At the nearby Tamar Lakes, you can kayak, windsurf or have fun on the pedalos, while the North Cornish coast is only 15 minutes away for traditional seaside outings. From surfing adventures to bucket-and-spade days, these sandy shores are perfect for a family glamping adventure. Head to the weekly farmers market in Holsworthy for fresh local produce.
Steps up to decking. Enter into open plan living room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. With wood-burner, electric cooker, fridge (with icebox), kettle, double bed (5') and sofa bed. Door into smaller Yurt with bunkbeds and en suite bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin. Outside: access to wood-fired hot tub, nearby shed with washing machine, tumble-drier and heated towel rail.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £550 - £1250 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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