4.8 miles S of Totnes
From £58 per night
Shepherd’s hut in Devon with a hot tub: Appreciate the little things at this rural idyll set in the glorious south Devon countryside. Admire the surrounding wildflowers, stay snuggled inside the wholesome hut or count stars from the secluded wood-fired hot tub.
Falling in love with Rosie’s Hut is inevitable, you’ll be in awe from the moment your bags hit the floor. Tucked away in tranquil seclusion, wonderful wildflowers encompass this romantic abode. As dusk settles, pretty festoon lighting illuminates the outside space, creating a magical atmosphere. Romance seekers will love nothing more than pouring a glass of bubbles and slipping into the steamy hot tub as the moon and stars appear. Admire the milky way then head inside the hut where dreamy nights sleep await…
Feel a wave of calm wash over you as you step inside - the soft colour palette and floral decor create the most welcoming space for your retreat to nature. Snuggled to the left of the hideaway is the comfy king-size bed, an idyllic spot to rest your head at the end of the day. There’s a window which looks out towards rolling green pastures from the bed. Why not grab some fresh pastries, enjoy a golden pot of coffee and simply marvel at the view - starting your day with complete ease. There’s a warming wood-burner nestled in the corner of the hut, a lovely feature sure to keep you cosy on a winter’s day. The beautifully presented shower room sits to the right of the hut, idyllic for freshening up for the day ahead.The sweet kitchen area is superbly equipped with all the essentials, including a double hob, combination oven, fridge, kettle, toaster and Belfast sink - treat that special someone to a romantic evening in, with a home cooked meal and their favourite glass of red! There’s a fold away table for indoor dining, but if the weather is in your favour, be sure to head outside and dine alfresco beside the warmth of the fire pit.
The outside space is truly special. By day you are blessed with a vibrant display of wildflowers, which line the path leading the way to this fairytale retreat. You can stroll through the surrounding woodland from Rosie’s Hut admiring vibrant poppies, pretty cornflowers and lovely daffodils along the way. Or simply sit in the sun soaked garden and get lost in a good read. By night, Rosie’s Hut comes to life, oozing with romance and glowing under moonlight. The sweet little table is perfect for a spot of breakfast, afternoon charcuterie board or evening sundowner. Magical moments await as daylight fades and the stars appear. Toast marshmallows over the firepit, sit back and stargaze or slip into the heavenly wood-fired hot tub and let your worries simply melt away. A stay at this Rosie’s Hut will leave you feeling totally relaxed, utterly rejuvenated and completely in love.
Situated near the quirky town of Totnes, you are within reach of all the beauty that south Devon has to offer. Wander through the independent shops, stop at The Bull Inn for some delicious local food or head to the bustling weekly market on Fridays and Saturdays to pick up some treats to enjoy back at your hideaway. Brixham is also a short distance away; visit the famous Golden Hind, spend a day at Breakwater Beach or take a refreshing dip in Shoalstone seawater pool. Why not stop at one of the traditional harbourside pubs for a pint overlooking the water? You can also hop on a ferry from Brixham Harbour to Torquay.
Outdoor enthusiasts will be in their element here, with Dartmoor National Park and the South Hams countryside just a stone’s throw away. The small village of Stoke Gabriel is very picturesque and leads you right to the edge of the River Dart. Go kayaking on the river and be sure to stop for a bite to eat at The River Shack. Keen cyclists will love Haldon Forest, with its variety of cycling trails and bikes available to hire. The combined riverboat and steam railway trip between Totnes and Dartmouth makes for a lovely day out. Near Dartmouth, you'll also find the remote and secluded small shingle beaches of Castle Cove and Sugary Cove. For long days lazing on the sand head to Bigbury, Thurlestone or Salcombe. Agatha Christie's former holiday home at Greenway is another must-see, along with Compton Castle, a National Trust property. With all of this to explore and more, you will want to return time and time again.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Double hob, combination oven, fridge, kettle, toaster, wood-burner and king-size double bed (5').
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £58 - £103 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.
A non-refundable booking fee of £35.00 is payable per booking.
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