Glamping Devon with Hot Tub
Glamping with Hot Tub at Little Coombe Cedar Yurts in Devon: Think woodland walks, hooting owls and back to nature relaxation, and combine with the most comfortable place you can think of – offering everything from dishwasher and WiFi to en suite showers and even a hot tub. The result? You’ve got it: it’s this superb cedar-clad yurt.
Have you ever felt that your life has too many corners? Seriously, though, when your day-to-day gets hectic and stressful, some chill-out time in our totes glamorous (and ever-so circular) Owl Yurt could be just the ticket. You’ll feel the appeal of the ancient design of this spectacular space, in balance and harmony with the natural world; or else simply delight in its comfortable luxury, filled with pretty much every mod con you could possibly desire.
OWL, PHEASANT AND BUZZARD CEDAR YURTS
Perched on the slope of a sun-dappled wooded valley, Owl, Pheasant and Buzzard are cedar-clad yurts from top to toe so as to blend subtly into its tranquil setting. You’re not just close to nature here – you’re slap bang right in the middle of it, and what’s more the yurt has a cleverly cantilevered deck (eat your heart out, Grand Designs) that offers jaw-droppingly beautiful views across the treetops to the valley below.
Your story starts at the shared parking area, where you unload your kit onto a trolley for the short toddle to the unique site. Beside the huge deck – effectively an outside room, where al fresco meals are a must – is a private, sheltered hot tub, a little wood-fired beauty where you can totally chillax while taking in the gorgeous views. The entrance leads you into either the main yurt, an incredible eight metres in diameter, or the smaller yurt, a generous four metres from side to side. Both boast WiFi and even full underfloor heating, so you’ll be toasty whatever the weather’s doing outside. This is indeed luxury glamping at its very best.
The big daddy yurt is cleverly divided into sitting, cooking, dining, sleeping and bathing areas, with a fully fitted kitchen (including an electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave), TV, a king-sized bed, an en suite shower-room and proper flushing loo, and a tucked-away washing machine. A wood-burning stove means you can build up a roaring fire and gather round with whisky or hot chocolate. Across the hallway in the baby yurt you’ll find triple bunk-beds and another en suite shower-room with WC and wash-basin. That’ll be just right for washing off the mud from all the den-making, tree climbing and general running around outdoors the kids will be doing, then. Oh yes, and you can all look out for the local wildlife, including the occasional deer, perhaps a fox or maybe a badger, while at night you’ll fall asleep to the atmospheric hoots of owls and the occasional squawk of a pheasant.
Entrance hall which leads on the left to the larger yurt and on the right to the smaller yurt. The larger yurt has an open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas with a wood-burner, TV, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, king-size bed and en suite shower-room with shower and en suite cloakroom WC and wash-basin. The smaller yurt has a bedroom with triple bunk-beds and an en suite shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
- Logs for wood-burner and wood-fired hot tub
- Under-floor heating
- Travel cot and high chair
- Deck furniture and barbecue
- Wood-fired Hot tub
- Private parking for 2 cars
OUT AND ABOUT
Less than a mile down the road is the pretty waterside village of Dittisham (known as Ditsum to the locals). Here there are two pubs and an excellent seafood café, a post office, village store and a foot ferry to the Greenway estate (now owned by the National Trust, it was once the holiday home of author Agatha Christie, and is well worth a visit). At high tide, it’s a whole mile across the Dart from Dittisham to Galmpton, which makes this stretch of the river, called Dittisham Lake, perfect for sailing. You can hire a boat (sail or motor) from the owners, and go up to Totnes or along to Dartmouth; both towns are great for a day out, with all kinds of interesting shops, galleries, cafés and restaurants. Ask the owners, too, if you would like to hire mountain bikes, kayaks or stand up paddle boards, and there is surfing available at Bantham beach, about half an hour away. Or if you just want to get busy doing nothing, you can be at Blackpool Sands, a stunning, privately owned beach with an excellent organic café, in just ten minutes.
£342 to £1317
Short breaks available
3 CEDAR YURTS AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING
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