1.3 miles E of Perranporth
From £650 per week
Cabin in Cornwall with a hot tub: A stylish handcrafted cabin close to Cornwall's majestic north coastline. The perfect space to enjoy long lazy mornings and luxurious romantic evenings.
Clover Cabin is the idyllic, earthy retreat to nature's paradise. Situated in your own private garden, this handcrafted haven really is the perfect break in the great outdoors. With a hot tub to unwind in after the day's adventure, a fire-pit to light up on balmy summer's evenings and stylish interiors that will inspire you to get creative in your own home, this really is a retreat to nature like no other.
There is so much to enjoy at Clover Cabin. You have your open plan bedroom with a sumptuous super-king bed, a cosy sitting-area and en suite shower-room in the cabin, and then your quirky outdoor kitchen just a few steps away (don't worry the kitchen is completely weatherproof). The cabin has been carefully handcrafted and really is a showstopper of a Unique hideaway. The interiors are cosy and romantic and there's ample space for you to sit back and relax. The en suite shower-room unveils behind the handcrafted sliding door and has a big, lavish shower for you to freshen up after a day on the beach. The outdoor kitchen is fantastic! It takes glamorous camping to a whole new level. With the gas hob and all your other kitchen essentials, you have everything you need to whip up a delicious brunch of banana pancakes!
There's so much space for you to enjoy from the moment you wake, right up until sunset. The fire-pit is perfect for toasting marshmallows and the large open plan garden is just ideal for lazy afternoon picnics with a refreshing G&T in hand… you are on holiday after all! You are all set for al fresco dining with a barbecue to cook upon. Why not pick up some fresh produce from the local farm shop or try and catch your supper by the sea. Clover Cabin really is the perfect spot for making the most of your time in nature. Jump in the hot tub and just embrace being away from the pressures of everyday life. Soak in the heavenly ambience. Pure bliss!
The owners are on site and are happy to help with anything throughout your stay, but be sure to note your privacy is key.
Out and About
If beach days are on the agenda then Perranporth, is only a short drive away and with its gorgeous sandy shores it's the perfect place for a day of diving in and out of the water and soaking up the sun. Another wonderful place to visit is the village of St Agnes, which is rapidly becoming one of Cornwall's most sought-after destinations. Crammed full of boutique shops, restaurants, laid-back cafes, a butcher and a deli, not to mention the beach, you will find it a fantastic place to explore.
Peaceful Polly Joke and picture-perfect Crantock are worth a visit. Polly Joke is especially popular in June when the poppies are in bloom on the cliff! Crantock is breathtakingly beautiful and is a wonderful place for enjoying a beach day. The village is well worth a visit with the scrumptious Jam Jar restaurant situated in it's own private court yard. This little wonder will transport you to the streets of Italy. Enjoy an Aperol Spritz in the sunshine and be sure to sample their incredible pizza menu!
If you are a garden enthusiast, then the Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan are a must. The north coast has endless beaches, coves and walks to discover, you won't know what to do first!
Open plan living-room with bedroom areas Smart TV. Super-king double bed (6')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Open Air Kitchen with 2 ring gas hob, microwave, toaster, electric kettle and fridge/freezer
Availability, reservations and pricing: £650 - £920 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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