Number Seventy Seven
Ready for some much-needed hibernation? No matter what the time of year, Number Seventy Seven is the ideal hideaway haven for up to four guests looking to relax and reconnect in stylish comfort.
Nestled in your own private meadow on the edge of Breney Common and below Helman Tor, your stunning rural scene is set. Number Seventy Seven consists of two beautiful spaces, a cedar roof bespoke wooden cabin and a summerhouse, accessible via your own private gates that when closed, provide over an acre of heavenly seclusion from the rest of the world.
Step inside the self-contained, fully insulated 6m x 4m cabin, and feel cosily at home. A crackling woodburner makes the living area an ideal spot to huddle around by evening with games and books. Meanwhile, the well-equipped kitchen is a joy to prepare indulgent holiday feasts and snacks in. Opening the bifold doors extends your living space to include the large deck area.
While freeview television is provided, you'll find no WiFi at the cabin, meaning you can reconnect with your loved ones amongst luxury and nature, distraction free (although if you 3G and 4G signal can be accessed at various places around the plot if you really need it!).
You'll discover a cosy ensuite double bedroom on the ground floor too, with a heavy curtain separating your sleeping and living space - and meaning there won't be far to go when it's time to turn in!
A second double bed is accessed via ladder on the mezzanine nook, a gloriously snug space that's ideal for lazy lie ins.
Outside, a BBQ and firepit are supplied next to the cabin if you want to indulge in some al-fresco cooking, and if you fancy a spot of sunrise watching or star gazing in the clear night sky, make your way to your secluded summerhouse, set in a private paddock with its own decking and firebowl. This is the ideal place for morning coffee - or maybe a sizzling supper washed down with a glass of wine or two! By day, the summerhouse also provides the perfect retreat for holing up with your favourite book.
It would be so very easy to close those gates and spend your entire break cocooned in all the luxury Number Seventy Seven has to offer! However, you are in a very special location right in the middle of Cornwall, ideally situated to explore all the beauty of this ever-popular county - so why not take full advantage?
The surrounding area provides acres of naturally breathtaking scenery it would be a shame not to ramble or cycle through, with Helman Tor and the Saint's Way accessible right from the doorstep. Slightly further afield is the Eden Project, with plenty of towns and attractions nearby.
Whenever you're in need of an escape from your stressful daily life, you're sure to find Number Seventy Seven a wondrously welcoming haven that you and your loved ones will want to return to again and again.
Things to note
Pets are not permitted to stay, no smoking, the property is generally not considered suitable for children under the age of 12 years old. Check-in time is 3pm, check out time is 11am. No Wi-Fi but 3G/4G signal can be attained at various places around the plot.
Tried and tested
"It looks like we aren't saying anything that hasn't been said before, but this place is awesome! It was wonderful to arrive to everything lit up and Christmassy. We had a wonderful stay, ticked all the boxes. Just what we needed! Would definitely stay longer next time."
Ben and Lou
"This lovely Cabin has exceeded all of our expectations. We have truly had the most perfect and relaxing time and couldn't have wished for anything more. Thanks so much Carol, it's been perfect."
Ashlea and Marcus
"Wow, what can we say, this Cabin is truly amazing. We loved everything about it! It made our 1yr anniversary so special. Scrabble by the fire after walking on the moors. Perfect weekend away. See you soon!"
Abi and Ian
Region: Bodmin, Cornwall
Cost (from): £90 per night
Minimum stay: 2 nights Mar-Sept
Property ref: 638
FacilitiesSleeps up to 4, master double bedroom, en-suite shower room, hairdryer, mezzanine bedroom, double bed, electric radiator, well-equipped kitchen, kitchen equipment, living space, wood burner, Freeview TV, radio, private paddock area, fire bowl. Access to utility room with washing machine & tumble dryer, parking.
The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, beaches, coastal walks, maritime museum, hiking, birdwatching, swimming, surfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, cycle trails, rock pooling, speedboat rides.
At a glance
- Privately accessed cabin sleeping up to four guests, with a summerhouse set in a meadow on the edge of Breney Common, Cornwall. Ideal for romantic or private breaks.
- Easily accessed from the A30, with parking available.
- Not suitable for pets or young children under 12. No smoking is permitted inside the accommodation, and please note that the mezzanine sleeping area has low ceiling space.
- Ideal for walking and cycling, with Helman Tor and the Saint's Way easily accessible. The Eden Project and an array of additional attractions can be found within a short distance.