Sleeps 2 dogs allowed
Tree Tops Cabin
From £28 per person per night
Sleeps 2 people dogs allowed
Cabin in Cornwall: Welcome to the perfect hygge hideaway - calm and cosy, with nature right on your doorstep. Climb the stairs to the heavenly Tree Tops Cabin and experience perfect tranquillity.
Imagine being cocooned in your own perfect wood cabin, tucked among the treetops and listening to the gentle sound of birdsong, the stream burbling down below and the wind rustling through the leaves. Aaaaand… relax. You can switch off completely here, soothed by soft, neutral colours inside and pretty views of nature outside. The ideal getaway, Tree Tops Cabin is romantically rural, yet just a hop and skip away from the beach in the friendly Cornish fishing village of Cadgwith, with its welcoming pub serving great food. A real home-from-home, this thoughtfully designed, delightful retreat consists of a wood-panelled, open plan living-room, including a squishy sofa, toasty wood-burner and fabulous king-sized bed which faces the floor-to-ceiling windows, giving you a gorgeous view while you enjoy a lie-in (and maybe breakfast in bed). At one end of the cabin is a sweet little kitchen area that boasts a mini-oven with two-ring hob, cupboards, worktop and a fridge, kettle and toaster, as well as a bijou dining area for two. There's an en suite shower-room, complete with WC, wash-basin, shower and hot running water, plus even a heated towel rail, while the raised deck outside is just the spot in which to kick back, relax and read a book, sip a glass of wine or simply take a nap while enjoying the feeling of slowing down and recharging your batteries. If you need a local's advice or have any queries, the friendly owners live in the neighbouring cottage and are happy to help, but otherwise will respect your privacy.
Out and About
Tree Tops Cabin is situated in Cadgwith, one of the prettiest coastal villages on Cornwall's Lizard peninsula. You'll find whitewashed thatched cottages wandering down to a little beach, where working fisherman land lobster, crab, mackerel, shark and mullet, and boat trips are on offer. The village also boasts a restaurant, gift and craft shops and a 300-year-old pub, the Cadgwith Cove Inn, which serves delicious, locally sourced food. You might want to drop in for its live folk music on a Tuesday night, or traditional Cornish singing on a Friday. Also close by is Ruan Minor, where there's a useful convenience store and the Treleague Dairy farm shop, selling local cream, eggs and milk. When it comes to days out, you can stride onto the South West Coast Path for an invigorating walk and breathtaking views, drive to any number of gorgeous beaches, including Kennack Sands (a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that's great for both surfing and dog friendly), Kynance Cove and Poldhu Cove (try a luxury hot chocolate here!). Explore the village of Mullion, with smugglers' coves, shops, pubs and restaurants, the Lizard peninsula and the beautiful Helford River, or get active and try some surfing, kayaking, paddle-boarding or windsurfing lessons (if you want to bring your own surfboards, kayaks or bikes etc, these can be stored under the cabin).
Steps to Cabin: Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner. Electric cooker (2-ring hob and mini oven), fridge, kettle and toaster. King-size double bed (5'). Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing : £391 to £696 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.
There is a charge of £35 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £34 is payable per booking.
Seasons Book Now
|Dates 2020||Price Band (£391 to £696 )|
|1 Jan - 15 Feb||: 391|
|15 Feb - 22 Feb||: 406|
|22 Feb - 21 Mar||: 400|
|21 Mar - 4 Apr||: 428|
|4 Apr - 18 Apr||: 448|
|18 Apr - 2 May||: 470|
|2 May - 9 May||: 461|
|9 May - 23 May||: 476|
|23 May - 30 May||: 553|
|30 May - 6 Jun||: 542|
|6 Jun - 13 Jun||: 553|
|13 Jun - 20 Jun||: 561|
|20 Jun - 27 Jun||: 586|
|27 Jun - 4 Jul||: 623|
|4 Jul - 25 Jul||: 669|
|25 Jul - 29 Aug||: 696|
|29 Aug - 5 Sep||: 654|
|5 Sep - 12 Sep||: 640|
|12 Sep - 19 Sep||: 640|
|19 Sep - 26 Sep||: 532|
|26 Sep - 17 Oct||: 507|
|17 Oct - 24 Oct||: 473|
|24 Oct - 31 Oct||: 492|
|31 Oct - 19 Dec||: 432|
|19 Dec - 31 Dec||: 650|
Tree Tops Cabin Reviews
Good or bad, we publish all the reviews left by the guests who have stayed at this property.
Located Cadgwith powered by the classic guide
Probably the most photographed beach in the area - the rugged, rocky coastline, caves and gleaming white sand make it one of Cornwall’s prettiest, take note though, the beach is totally covered at ...
There's subtropical lushness around every corner at these stunning gardens on the banks of the Helford River. The views from the 18th Century house across the gardens to the river are not to be mis...
Cadgwith Cove Inn
Expect a warm welcome and a portion fit for a pirate. Treat yourself to the Cornish lobster.
Tucked away on the tip of the wild Lizard peninsula, Cadgwith is a gorgeous harbour village with ‘chocolate box’ charm by the bucketful. Thatched cottages line the narrow streets with evocative nam...
The Cornish theatre with real ‘wow’ factor is the Minack. Perched on the cliffs at Porthcurno, the Minack is an open-air theatre-in-the-round – and a triumph of vision over reality.
Smugglers Fish and Chip Shop
Locally caught fish, 'n' chips to take away or eat in the small restaurant.
Mounts Bay Inn
This delightful pub offers a warm welcome to all. There are regularly live bands playing at the pub. In the summer months why not enjoy a drink and perhaps a bite to eat out on the decking whilst ...
St Michael's Mount
This local landmark looks like something straight out of a fairytale; a medieval castle perched on top of a little tidal island, complete with cobbled streets and even its own harbour and gardens. ...
A beautiful little slice of Cornish history; a small fleet of boats still fish from this pretty little cove.
The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.