5.1 miles SE of Rock
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £79 per night
Woodland cabin in Cornwall: The freshest of fresh air, warbling birdsong and starry night skies - a stay in this completely charming woodland cabin is a magical, back-to-nature experience with added comfort and style.
It starts with a charming, winding path that leads you from your private parking space and into the clearing where Wildwood Hideaway is nestled among the trees. Surrounded by 200 acres of pastureland, fields and woods, this cute, curvy timber cabin has gorgeous views of open countryside and enjoys endless calm and tranquillity. Life can be as simple as you like at this lovely log cabin: lounge in the hammock with a good book, admire the views, spot wild birds and other creatures who inhabit this quiet corner of Cornwall, or close your eyes and listen to nothing but the peaceful sounds of the countryside around you.
While its log-clad structure gives Wildwood Hideaway a rufty, tufty feel that befits its natural setting, this woodland wonder is far from basic in its home comforts. It's been carefully hand-built with every attention to detail, from the bespoke kitchen, with oven, hob, fridge and beautiful cupboards, to the sleek shower-room with walk-in shower cubicle and hot-and-cold running water on demand. Not to mention the super-comfy double bedroom with its selection of luxurious linens, and the cosy living space, where you can hunker down on the squishy sofa next to a blazing log-burner. All around the cabin, a soft, neutral Farrow & Ball colour palette is complemented by throws and cushions, local art and craft and a carefully chosen selection of eclectic furnishings that all add up to make this space an absolute delight.
Out and About
You could spend the perfect holiday whiling away the hours at Wildwood Hideaway, but if you feel like getting out and about it's in an ideal location, surrounded by some of Cornwall's most popular destinations. A short drive over to Wadebridge takes you to a selection of independent shops, cafes and tea rooms, as well as the cycle hire shops for the wonderful Camel Trail, which leads you to Padstow, Bodmin or the less explored Wenfordbridge. Head to Port Isaac (home of TV's Doc Martin) for great restaurants, some lovely shops and the chance to hear The Fisherman's Friends singing sea shanties on the quay. Polzeath and Daymer Bay are great beaches, while at Rock there are water-sports to try and a foot ferry that takes you across to Padstow - home of Rick Stein's cafe, restaurant, fish and chips and much more. And if all this isn't enough, simply lace up your walking boots and enjoy the glorious views from the stunning South West Coast Path - there's a new one around every corner.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Electric oven, double ceramic hob, fridge, toaster, TV, DVD player and wood-burner. Bedroom with double bed (4'6''). Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £79 - £124 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 £40 is payable per booking.
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