Sleeps 2 | Waterfront Location | Off-Grid | Frid – Sun £285
Hidden away amongst treetops in Devon, with a glistening lake at its feet, Yeworthy Treehouse is an intimate one-of-a-kind get away. Find it in the small Devonshire parish of Germansweek where life is slow and tranquillity comes with a capital T.
Amble down through the forest, leaves rustling as you go, and you’ll soon find Yeworthy waiting for you, quietly sat between the trees. Timber-clad with a stunning glass balcony overlooking the lake, this Devon treehouse was designed to seamlessly melt into the nature that surrounds it, and take you along with it.
Created as the ultimate peaceful and undisturbed stay, Yeworthy Treehouse in Devon is a rustic get away for couples who don’t mind their romance off-grid. When you arrive, you’re greeted by the friendly owners and transported down to the treehouse in a jeep, which remains yours to use for the remainder of your stay. You’re then left in complete privacy with just the neighbouring geese and deer as company.
Inside Yeworthy Treehouse
Whilst compact in size, Yeworthy is a Devon treehouse that oozes luxury and respect for the environment: inside there’s a log-burning stove to keep things toasty, a pillowy farmhouse-style double bed, complete with velvety soft throws and plump cushions, and a natural wood dining table for two, dressed with fresh flowers.
A gas-fired camp stove is provided for basic cooking so you won’t be without a morning coffee. Fresh water comes from a bowser and a saw-dust toilet is located in a separate outbuilding. As this is a ‘back to nature’ retreat, there’s no WiFi – but you wont mind when you see the views. From the covered glass-fronted balcony you get an unbeatable vista of the forest and lake, bringing Devon greenery right up to your sky-high doorstep.
If you decide to leave your nest in the treetops, there’s a lovely summer-house at one end of the lake, free for use during your stay. It’s the ideal additional space for summer BBQ’s, wildlife watching, or simply curling up with your favourite book. There’s also a rowing boat that you can slip into for exploring the lake.
The forest itself provides scenic strolls among the trees, or for those wanting to venture further afield, Dartmoor National Park is just a 30-minute drive away.
- Sleeps 2 in one double bed
- Bed linen provided (bring own towels)
- Wood-burning stove for heating
- Gas stove for cooking & boiling water
- Sawdust toilet (no shower facilities)
- 1 dog allowed
- Guests have use of a 4×4 Jeep for the duration of their stay
- Additional use of summer house with BBQ
- No WIFI & limited mobile coverage