The Hiding Place
From £104 per night
Cabin with hot tub and outdoor bathtub in Cornwall: Welcome to our heavenly hideout, tucked away in a special corner of Cornwall. Not far from the likes of St Mawes, this Nordic-inspired retreat offers a magical escape to nature.
Dream-worthy interiors, sleek design and sumptuous features flow throughout this enchanting escape. From the moment you arrive a sense of calm sinks into your body and you can feel the stresses and strains from everyday life simply melt away. It’s the kind of space you walk into and instantly feel at home. Warm and welcoming, yet stylish and sleek. Best suited to families or couples, your time spent at The Hiding Place will feel like a dream come true. From magical morning moments soaking in the alfresco bathtub, to moonlit evenings relaxing in the hot tub, every inch of the cabin has been designed to ensure your stay in nature is truly one of a kind.
As you open the door and step into the space you will simply fall in love with the bespoke design of this Scandi chic hideaway. Open-plan living flows throughout, sleek furnishings adorn each area, and natural light fills the cabin through the wide array of open windows. Exploring the kitchen first, you’ll find everything you could possibly need for whipping up delicious holiday meals. The oven is cleverly tucked behind double doors and has a gorgeous copper splashback, adding a touch of luxury. Not to mention the copper sink which simply makes washing up a delight! Gather the family around the farmhouse table for intimate dining or a board game or two. The living room is just as dreamy, with two comfortable sofas to choose from and a warming wood burner to light on cooler eves. The TV is cleverly nestled behind a pretty cabinet, so if you are wishing to have a screen-free stay, you never need to know it was there. To the left of the hideaway, you will find both bedrooms and the sleek shower room. The main bedroom boasts a king-sized bed adorned in luxurious linens. The double patio doors that sit at the bottom of the bedroom lead to your enchanting outside space. The second bedroom is perfectly designed for younger guests. There are triple bunk beds (bottom bunk 4’3”, middle and top bunk 3’) and a cute seating area perfect for bedtime stories. The stylish shower room is just the spot for freshening up after a day of adventure unless of course you fancy bathing or showering in the wilds…
Hidden at the end of a private drive and tucked into the corner of a pretty meadow is where your bespoke getaway awaits. The outside area at The Hiding Place truly does make your stay in nature a delight. From the wood-fired hot tub and roll-top bathtub to the bespoke barbecue and outside shower, alfresco living is a dream here. Children will love running wild and free in the meadow and immersing themselves in nature, while older guests may prefer relaxing from the warmth of the hot tub with a glass of bubbles in hand. When the sun shines, there’s nowhere better to dine than at the long outside table. Cook up a storm of wood-fired goodness over at the outside kitchen and delight your favourite people with tantalising flavours and produce collected from nearby farm shops.
And just when you thought The Hiding Place could get any better, the location is perfection! St Mawes is around a 10-minute drive away, a postcard-pretty fishing village that sits on the tip of the Roseland peninsula. There are two gorgeous beaches to choose from. Spend your days swimming in crystal clear waters and enjoying picnics of fresh crab sandwiches on sandy shores. For those who love adventure, why not hire paddle boards or kayaks and explore the area from the water? As for foodies, St Mawes is just the spot for you. Feeling fancy? Head to the Idyll Rocks for a celebratory dinner and an evening sundowner. If fish and chips sat on the harbour wall is more your style then you are in luck, as St Mawes caters to almost everyone's culinary carvings.
The maritime town of Falmouth is not far with a great array of eclectic independents to explore, not to mention the Maritime Museum which younger guests will love on a rainy day. Portsactho is also within easy reach, a pretty village with a gorgeous sandy beach and the renowned Hidden Hut overlooking Porthcurnick beach. For botanical enthusiasts, you’ll find the likes of The Lost Gardens and the Eden Project a little further away, both making amazing days out.
The Roseland Peninsula is such a special corner of Cornwall. It’s unique, beautiful and truly unspoilt, transporting you to a time gone by. Once you visit, you’ll be wishing to return time and time again!
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker and wood-burner. Induction hob, electric oven, microwave and fridge/ freezer.
Bedroom 1 With king-size double bed (5’)
Bedroom 2 With triple bunk-beds (bottom bunk 4’3”, middle and top bunk 3’)
Shower-room 1 With shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £104 - £208 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 £45 is payable per booking.
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