7.7 miles S of Bideford
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £75 per night
Shepherd’s hut in Devon with a hot tub: Take the road less travelled and experience a stay at our rural idyll. Situated in the most picturesque paradise, your time here will leave your heart happy and mind at ease.
This lakeside hideout is the perfect place to escape to with the one you love most. Perched in a peaceful paradise, where mornings can be spent rowing the romantic boat along the water and evenings can be enjoyed from the warmth of the bubbling hot tub. This hideaway truly is good for the soul. Peace and tranquillity are all that surrounds your hidden haven, with no neighbours to worry about you can simply soak up the down-to-earth ambience of your wholesome escape. The interiors ooze chic countryside charm. There’s an outdoor kitchen for lovers of alfresco living and did we mention there’s a dreamy fire pit area for romantic eves under the moonlight? The hut also welcomes four-legged friends, meaning no one has to miss out on the adventure. If you are seeking the perfect escape that has the right balance between rustic and luxury living, Hayley’s Hut is the hideaway for you…
As you step inside the shepherd’s hut, you will instantly feel a wave of relaxation run through your body. Designed with comfort in mind, the space allows your day to flow with ease. The double bed cleverly folds down from the wall allowing you extra room throughout the day. Above where you rest your head you will see the stargazing roof, which is such a special feature. The kitchen is well-equipped for your glamping getaway with a two-ring gas hob, fridge, slow cooker, toaster and kettle. You’ll find the ensuite shower room to the right of the hideaway, the perfect space to refresh after exploring Devon’s glorious countryside.
The outside space at Hayley’s Hut is what truly makes this hideaway one-of-a-kind. From the bubbling hot tub that sits by the lake to the rustic alfresco kitchen, you’ll wish to be outside in nature from dawn till dusk. The lake is well-stocked with freshwater fish and the owners are happy for you to bring your own rod if you’d like to try your hand at fishing, but they do ask that you kindly return your catch once finished. If you’d prefer to take to the water rather than discover what swims beneath the surface, the sweet rowing boat is such a lovely addition to your glamping getaway. The covered alfresco kitchen is perfect for evenings that may not allow you to cook over the open-air fire pit. There’s a solid fuel Rayburn that’s great for lighting and cooking upon. Alternatively, you could toast marshmallows and snuggle up on the sofa as the sun dips beyond the horizon.
We wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to stay put at your romantic haven for the duration of your stay, but if you did fancy venturing further afield, Hayley’s Hut is perfectly positioned for exploring the delights of north Devon. The dramatic cliffs and rocky coves of the coast aren’t far, so pack a picnic and get ready for a day by the sea. If you want a sandy beach (great for exercising your four-legged friend) try Instow or Westward Ho! For those who prefer to explore the coast by foot, you could join the South West Coast Path at Bucks Mills and tick off a new section of the map. Dartmoor National Park isn’t far with this rugged landscape and wild swimming spots just waiting to be discovered. Or, if a trip to a picturesque village is on the agenda, head to Clovelly for cobbled streets, pretty shops and an abundance of quaint seaside charm. However you choose to spend your days at Hayley’s Hut, you are sure to have an adventure to remember.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner, 2 ring gas hob, slow cooker, fridge, toaster, kettle and double bed (4'6'') with stargazing roof.
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash basin.
Outside Access to an outdoor kitchen with solid fuel Rayburn.
Hayley’s Hut is situated on a working dairy farm. If you’d like to explore the setting we advise bringing a pair of wellies, especially in the cooler months.
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £75 - £142 per night
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.
There is a charge of £38 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £35.00 is payable per booking.
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