6.8 miles SE of Mawgan Porth
From £140 per night
Shepherd’s hut and cabin with a hot tub in Cornwall: Perched in a meadow with sweeping vistas of Cornwall’s countryside, is where this magical retreat awaits. Sink into the hot tub after a day of exploring and soak up the heavenly ambience surrounding your hidden haven.
This dreamy glamping retreat is the perfect place to call home for a little while. The artistic owners have cleverly crafted this hideaway by using a whole array of upcycled features. The perfect eco-escape! The layout is truly unique and allows the two of you to have plenty of space. The bedroom and ensuite are within the handcrafted hut, and the cabin hosts the kitchen and living area. We love the shabby chic interiors which echo the natural surroundings of the hideaway perfectly, but, our favourite feature has to be the sumptuous hot tub. Romantic moments under the stars await...
As you climb the steps to the covered decking you won’t know which area to explore first. To the left, you have the sweet shepherd’s hut. Step inside and prepare to be greeted by the most beautiful colour pallet of soft greens and warm woody tones. The comfy double bed sits in the centre of the room and is adorned in crisp white linens, promising you the perfect night's rest. At the far end of the hut, you’ll find the lovely ensuite shower room.
To enter the cabin, pop back outside and head left. There’s no need to worry about the weather while staying here, as the decking is covered. Whether sunshine or rain is forecast, you can hop between the shepherd’s hut and cabin with total ease. Within the cabin, you will find the well-equipped kitchen and pretty sitting area. There’s a kettle, fridge with ice compartment, electric hob and a Ninja Foodi 8-in-1 Flip Mini Oven. To the left of this space, is where the gorgeous sofa and rustic coffee table sit, just the spot to indulge in your new book while sipping a morning cuppa. Why not slide the doors open as the sun begins to rise and listen to the birds as they sing their morning melody...
The outside space at this pocket of paradise is a complete dream. From the covered decking (the perfect spot for romantic alfresco feasting) to the quirky fire pit barbecue… magical moments from dawn till dusk await. The meadow in which the hideaway is nestled in, is also home to the owner's characterful ducks. There’s a lovely pond to relax by and plenty of cut grass areas for you to enjoy a picnic in the golden evening light. The hideaway boasts a wide vista of Cornwall’s rolling countryside which is best admired from the bubbling hot tub. As night falls and the stars start to sparkle, hop in with a glass of your favourite and while away the hours under the moonlight.
The hideaway has been cleverly crafted by the creative owner using a whole array of upcycled features. Such as scaffold poles, reclaimed wood and metal, and repurposed doors and windows. The cabin also has a living roof and the owners have planted an abundance of wildflowers and trees to encourage native wildlife, birds and bees.
Vista Paris is positioned perfectly for exploring both the north and south coast of Cornwall. The location doesn’t really get more central. For beach lovers, on the north coast, you’ll find the sandy shores of Watergate Bay, a popular spot for those who love to catch a wave. Mawgan is also around a 20-minute drive away, as well as Holywell Bay and Crantock. After a day of lazing on Crantock Beach, why not stop for a bite to eat at Jam Jar Kitchen? Serving the best-woodfired pizzas and Aperol spritz around, here you’ll enjoy a true taste of Italy during your time in Cornwall.
Padstow is around half an hour away and is well worth a visit. From the famous Camel Trail to the array of postcard-pretty shops and delicious eateries, there’s so much to explore! On the south coast, you’ll find the picturesque villages of Mevagissey and Gorran Haven. Pack your walking boots and enjoy a coastal stomp before stopping in at a local pub for a good old-fashioned pint. And, for those who love to explore a botanical garden, the likes of The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan aren’t far.
Open plan living room with kitchen-area
Electric 1-ring hob, Ninja Foodi 8-in-1 flip mini oven and fridge with freezer compartment. Small double sofa and eclectic heating.
With small double bed (4') and en suite shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please note there are steps leading to the raised decking in which the hideaway sits upon. The hideaway may therefore be unsuitable to those with limited mobility.
There is another hideaway onsite; Birdsong (5452). Both hideaways are positioned in a way to assure privacy, with your own private areas, secluded decking and hot tub to enjoy. The owners live onsite and are on hand if you need anything.
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.
A non-refundable booking fee of £35.00 is payable per booking.
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