1.6 miles S of Shaldon
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £140 per night
Cabin in Devon: Encompassed by verdant green trees, overlooking the glistening ocean, our spellbinding clifftop retreat is bound to capture your heart. Marvel at the panoramic view from your secluded sun-soaked terrace or inside snuggled on the heavenly sofa.
Where do we begin… This bespoke cabin is truly awe-inspiring. The inside space is a work of art and its location is utterly dream-worthy. Wander through the lush green trees to arrive at The Nest, snuggled on a cliffside, you’ll feel tucked away from the outside world. It’s such a lovely place to retreat to - perfect for a special celebration or weekend getaway, where you can spend quality time with the one you love most. Marvel at the breathtaking view inside or out; on the blissful terrace soaking up the sunshine or snuggled on the sofa with a soothing glass of red.
The inside space is oh so cosy, with bespoke furnishings, an artistic design and floor to ceiling windows which utilise the view. The open-plan living, dining and kitchen area allows your day to flow with complete ease. Natural light illuminates the space through the magnificent windows, you can open these up on a glorious day and allow sunlight and a soft sea breeze to flow inside. During winter, stay cosy on the sofa with a warming hot chocolate, watching the rain gently fall down the windows- a stormy sky really sets the scene and adds to the enchanting ambience of the cabin. After, pull down the projector screen and settle in for the ultimate movie night. The kitchen is sleek and stylish, with light wooden tones contrasting the black cupboards and countertop. It’s superbly equipped with all the essentials, so you can rustle up an intimate dinner for two. Walk through to the bedroom, where you’ll find the king-size four poster bed, adorned with luxurious soft linens. Here, you are promised an undisturbed night’s sleep. The en-suite shower room is just as stunning, with wooden panelling and a sleek design, perfect for freshening up for the day ahead.
Wander out onto the decking with your morning brew and spend a few moments in solitude. The view from this coastal haven is jaw-dropping, no matter the season. Watch the sunshine dance across the waves on a balmy summer’s eve or be inspired by the dramatic cliffs on a moody winter’s day. This clifftop location is sure to spark creativity, why not begin the day with some gratitude journaling, nature drawing or simply getting lost in a good read. Tucked away in tranquil seclusion, the decking is cocooned by the surrounding trees. Soak up the rays on the sunloungers or dine alfresco as the stars appear. However you spend your time at The Nest you are sure to make everlasting memories with that special someone.
This coastal escape is perched in a quiet spot on the south Devon coastline known for its red sandstone cliffs. Shaldon is a short distance away - a picturesque village on the Teign estuary. Water sport enthusiasts will be in their element here; swimming, sailing, paddleboarding and kayaking are just some of the activities on offer. You can take the oldest passenger ferry in England across the estuary to Teignmouth. This bustling seaside town is home to lovely eateries, botanical gardens and traditional seaside entertainment. Slightly further down the coastline, you’ll reach Paignton, hosting a wonderful pier and long sandy beach.
There's an abundance of lovely towns and quaint villages nearby. Our favourites being Totnes, Dartmouth and Dittisham, all with sweet independent shops, delicious eateries and lovely galleries. You can hop on steam train tours and visit a variety of these towns, along with the combined river-boat and steam railway trip between Totnes and Dartmouth. Totnes is super unique with a weekly market on Fridays and Saturdays.The Bull Inn is just the spot for a scrumptious, seasonal, local and organic breakfast, lunch or supper… the choice is yours, but the menu is not to be missed!
You’ll also find Dartmoor National Park, just a stone’s throw away. Known for its rich history, rare wildlife and variety of walking routes, it is a must-visit for adventure seekers and lovers of the outdoors. Or why not venture to the South Hams countryside for more unspoilt scenery. Keen cyclists can head to Haldon Forest for a variety of cycling trails - if you are unable to bring your bikes with you, they are available to hire at Haldon Forest. This picture-perfect corner of Devon is just the spot for a little getaway, whether you’re after independent shopping, countryside rambles or seaside scenery, it certainly ticks all the boxes. After a day full of adventures, head back to your cliffside cabin for a romantic evening under the stars.
Sitting/Dining room with a projector screen and electric fire.
Kitchen with an electric hob, electric oven, fridge with ice box, toaster, kettle, microwave, dishwasher, boiling water tap and washing machine/drier.
Bedroom with a king-size double bed (5’) and en-suite shower-room with shower, WC, wash-basin, heated towel radiator and underfloor heating (in shower-room only).
Availability, reservations and pricing: £140 - £160 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 £45 is payable per booking.
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