2.5 miles SW of South Molton
From £28 per person per night
Sleeps 2 people
Cabin in Devon: A woodland hideaway with a view to die for - and even its very own hot tub! Our cool cabin is the perfect place for getting away from it all in the heart of the countryside.
Fancy waking up to a beautiful countryside view from a super-comfy king-size bed in the ultimate rural retreat? Look no further - terrific timber-clad George Cabin answers all your prayers and more! Sat above the unspoilt north Devon countryside, in 51 acres of farmland with river frontage and stunning woodland, this is a get-away-from-it-all retreat that you'll never forget.
Park up and take the winding woodland path (take care, it's steep in places, but it's all part of the adventure!) up to this magical cabin, nestled into the hillside, facing away from its brother and only near neighbour, King's Cabin. Step onto the spacious balcony, where the glorious countryside views can be enjoyed whilst relaxing on the sun-loungers, dining al fresco or taking a dip in the bubbling hot tub, favourite tipple in-hand. You may even spot the free-range pigs that roam the woods in the distance! There is also, of course, in true glamping style, a fire-pit barbecue for cooking up a yummy supper or toasting marshmallows.
Inside is just as special as outside, George Cabin is the cosiest place to relax - there is a warming wood-burner, for sitting around with a good book or perhaps whilst playing a board game, as well as an oil-filled radiator for those cooler months - making it an idyllic retreat all year-round. There is a fully-fitted kitchen, equipped for all your glamping holiday needs, including a mini cooker with two-ring hob, fridge (with ice-box) and kettle, for those all-important morning cuppas! The pretty dining table and chairs can be used inside or moved outside, the choice is yours, and there are two inviting armchairs, for snuggling up on of an evening. The quirky and rustic features throughout, such as copper taps and tree-like hooks, are carried into the roomy en suite too - complete with large shower-cubicle, proper flushing loo and sink (with hot and cold running water).
Out and About
If you can bear to tear yourselves away, the market town of South Molton is just a few miles away, with its independent shops and twice-weekly market - well worth a visit to pick up some local produce or artisanal treats! If you fancy dining out but don't want to venture far or get in the car, the Castle Inn at George Nympton is a 10 minute walk away - it's very popular so book a table a couple of weeks in advance if you are planning on visiting (they can do cooked breakfasts too, just give them a call!).
Steps to Cabin. Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Mini cooker and two ring hob, fridge (with ice box), kettle, double bed (5') and wood-burner. Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing : £390 to £695 per week Powered by Classic Cottages
All prices are £ per week per cottage. Where applicable the prices are inclusive of VAT. The prices are specified for Saturday changeover dates.
For weekly holidays or short breaks beginning on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday the price for the following Saturday applies. For those beginning on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday the price for the previous week applies.
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. In addition, many cottages also include electricity and central heating within the price and this should be taken into consideration when comparing prices. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the Web site.
A non-refundable booking fee of £28 is payable per booking.
Seasons Book Now
|Dates 2018||Price Band (£390 to £695 )|
|1 Jan - 10 Feb||: 390|
|10 Feb - 24 Feb||: 405|
|24 Feb - 24 Mar||: 400|
|24 Mar - 31 Mar||: 433|
|31 Mar - 14 Apr||: 447|
|14 Apr - 28 Apr||: 427|
|28 Apr - 5 May||: 478|
|5 May - 12 May||: 469|
|12 May - 26 May||: 485|
|26 May - 16 Jun||: 563|
|16 Jun - 23 Jun||: 583|
|23 Jun - 30 Jun||: 621|
|30 Jun - 7 Jul||: 648|
|7 Jul - 25 Aug||: 695|
|25 Aug - 1 Sep||: 681|
|1 Sep - 8 Sep||: 652|
|8 Sep - 15 Sep||: 628|
|15 Sep - 22 Sep||: 615|
|22 Sep - 29 Sep||: 511|
|29 Sep - 20 Oct||: 506|
|20 Oct - 27 Oct||: 483|
|27 Oct - 15 Dec||: 431|
|15 Dec - 31 Dec||: 649|
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