2.9 miles S of Bodmin
From £65 per night
Shepherd's Hut with an outdoor bathtub in Cornwall: This little Cornish haven is nothing short of a dream. You will fall in love with its stylish yet cosy interiors. As dusk settles, sink into the stunning al fresco bathtub and admire the majestic scenery of Bodmin Moor.
Nestled in the tranquil Cornish countryside is where you will find the charming Little Lesquite. Its surroundings are utterly magical, with far reaching views of the historic Bodmin Moor. It is the most idyllic getaway for those wanting a romantic retreat back to nature. Inside, you will find pretty interiors and comfy furnishings, complete with a wood-burner to keep you toasty throughout the seasons. Days at Little Lesquite are spent exploring your rural surroundings, followed by a heavenly starlit dip in the al fresco tub!
You will feel utterly content at this wholesome getaway. No detail has been spared, with its thoughtful design and beautiful finishing touches. It is light and airy, the perfect space for two. The kitchen is full of lovely countryside charm, complete with induction 2 ring hob, electric oven, fridge with ice box, kettle and toaster. There is even a coffee machine for that all important morning coffee! The cute table and chairs make the perfect breakfast spot, and even fold away to create more space inside the hut. Open the large double doors and let the crisp air flow through the hideaway. To the left of the hut is a cosy seating area with a warming wood-burner, perfect for snuggling up on a winter's evening, hot chocolate in hand. To the right, you will find the sumptuous king-size bed adorned with gorgeous cushions and luxury linen. The stylish shower-room is perfect for freshening up after a day of adventures. This really is the dreamiest space for two.
Step outside and soak up the Cornish sunshine on the lovely patio area. It is the perfect spot for getting lost in your favourite book in the dappled sunlight beneath the trees. Or simply sit back and relax with a G&T in hand and admire the stunning views of Helman Tor. Treat yourself to a delicious picnic on a long summer afternoon in the cute garden. As night falls, snuggle up in a blanket and toast marshmallows over the fire pit. Your private decking area is a little slice of heaven. As the sun sets over your heavenly retreat, the fairy lights glisten, creating a magical atmosphere. The dreamy copper roll top bath takes centre stage. Pour yourself a glass of bubbles and bathe under the stars, entering a state of pure relaxation. This unique experience will definitely be one to remember.
Out and About
There is so much enchanting beauty to explore during your stay at Little Lesquite. Bodmin Moor is just a stone's throw away. Marked as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the moorland is steeped in a rich history with plenty of walking routes to discover. Cardinam Woods and the Camel Trail have amazing cycling routes, you can pick up the Camel Trail from Bodmin and venture to the picturesque Padstow in one direction and the rugged Moors in the other. The riverside town of Lostwithiel, known as the antiques capital of Cornwall, is just a short drive away. It has a selection of independent shops, pubs, eateries and a regular farmers market. Visit its historical 12th Century castle ruins then head to Duchy Nursery, offering delicious food and stunning views of the castle for a spot of lunch.
Spend a day at the infamous Eden Project and wander through the wonderful biomes and botanical gardens. The Lost Gardens of Heligan are full of magic or head to the National Trust owned estate of Lanhydrock, with its remarkable house, extensive parkland, wooded walks and cycle trails. Drive to the coast to the nearby sailing town of Fowey and enjoy its boutique shops, galleries, cafes and plenty of stunning scenery, or head to Polkerris beach or Par Sands for golden sand and shallow waters. However you decide to spend your days, you will love returning back to your peaceful haven for a romantic evening under the stars.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas Wood-burner. Induction 2 ring hob, electric oven, fridge with ice-box, kettle, toaster and coffee machine. King-size double bed (5')
Shower-room With shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £65 - £122 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 £40 is payable per booking.
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