- Sleeps: 2 per treehouse
- Bedroom: 1 per treehouse
- Bathroom: 1 per treehouse
- Minimum stay: 2-3 nights
It’s hard to imagine a more magical place to escape into nature than Nymetwood Treehouses.
Set amongst 20 blissful, wildlife-steeped acres of Devon meadow and woodland, with babbling streams, lush meadows, and whispering apple orchards, this is about as close to rural paradise as you can get.
Better still, friendly family owners James and Cherie have seen to it that your every holiday need is luxuriously covered.
For starters, both of the breath-taking Scandi-inspired treehouses you’ll find here – named Blackcap and Starling – have been sustainably crafted from locally-sourced wood and low-impact materials.
Perched high in the mesmerising tree canopy, you can enjoy exceptional rural views from your chosen retreat, whether outside on your deck, or gazing through the floor-to-ceiling windows with a cuppa.
Both treehouses boast luxurious self-contained facilities, including a fully-fitted kitchen and an indulgent shower room stocked with organic toiletries. Though as day slowly turns to evening, you might prefer wandering out to that deck, where you’ll discover a large, gleaming copper bathtub to help you welcome the sunset in style!
Back inside, there’s a downy superking bed in the mezzanine, all set for a dreamy night’s sleep after downtime spent snuggling on the sofa with a glass of wine, the crackling woodburner casting a soft, romantic glow.Keep reading
At a glance
- Two luxurious, sustainably-crafted treehouses set within 20 acres of woodland, meadow, and apple orchard in the heart of Devon, with Dartmoor National Park practically on the doorstep.
- Each treehouse features a well-equipped kitchen and shower room, and a superking bed in the mezzanine, while outside on the deck awaits a huge copper bathtub for indulgent sunset soaks!
- Explore the abundant beauty of Devon – along with Dartmoor, there are stunning beaches in easy reach, and Exeter is easily accessible. The closest pub is in the nearby village of Yeoford.
- Adults Only
Luxurious and sustainable treehouses, sleeping 2 adults. Superking mezzanine bed, linen provided. Kitchen with full oven and electric hobs, welcome hamper, dishwasher, electric fridge freezer, pots, pans, cutlery, cooking equipment and essentials, tea and coffee. Living area with sofa, wood-burner with wood and firelighters, dining table and chairs, TV, books, games, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth speaker, digital radio, plug sockets. Bathroom with shower, flushing toilet, organic toiletries, towels, hairdryer. Deck with large copper bath, private parking.
Walking, cycling, wildlife watching, historic sites, wild swimming, country pubs, restaurants, independent shops, beaches
Along with a ready supply of books and board games, there’s a TV and Wi-Fi to help keep you entertained if needed.
Start your morning with an al fresco coffee, watching the abundant wildlife going about their day. There’s lots to spot, from grazing deer to the bees and butterflies James and Cherie actively encourage to visit the site.
And of course, you’ve got Dartmoor National Park on your doorstep, so it’ll be easy to immerse your weary souls in enchanting ancient woodland and soaring granite tors, or even indulge in some invigorating wild swimming.
Meanwhile, there’s a wealth of pubs, restaurants and attractions to be enjoyed in the surrounding area. The Duck is one of the closest; a country inn set in the charming village of Yeoford.
Yet if even that feels like a just little too much effort, you could stay put with your loved one, devouring goodies from your locally-sourced welcome hamper, and getting deliciously lost in conversation, to a backdrop of idyllic natural beauty.
Things to note
Regrettably, pets are not permitted. Check in at 4pm, check out by 11am. Minimum 2-night stay during the week, 3 nights at the weekend, with changeover days on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.