The Weekender is a contemporary space,38sqm with stunning views all round step through the door and relax. The decor is stylish, comfortable, a beautiful haven to sit and contemplate the breathtaking surroundings from. Described by a recent guest as "The most beautiful small space they'd ever stayed in" It can be difficult to do anything here other than unwind. But if you can drag yourself away from this little gem it's a great place to explore North Cornwall's diverse delights from.
“A stylish cabin/small house set in the beautiful countryside. Ideal if you like walking and being away from the hustle of the tourist spots. The hosts live close by and extremely friendly and helpful. The only slight negative was the bed was only assessable from one side so I had to wake my husband up in the night when I got up to pay a visit. Everything else was perfect, spotlessly clean, amazing views, good WIFi with film selections. Would definitely revisit.”
'Curlew' is on the East beach in the lovely Devon village of Branscombe. It has a unique position right on the beach on a raised elevation, throw open the balcony doors and you are looking out onto the ever changing sea and stunning coastline which is a World Heritage site and area of outstanding natural beauty. There are two fine pubs supplying excellent food and locally brewed ales in the village and amazing cliff path walks East or West.
“Perfection location, such a peaceful beach! My boys loved playing outside and loved staying in the chalet! It was a homely and relaxed space and the balcony made it perfect as you could sit and enjoy a glass of wine in the sun while the kids played on a deserted beach right infront of the chalet. They also loved having evening camp fires on the beach! We stayed here only last week and had amazing weather on one day, walked to the top of the hill next to the beach, fantastic views! But a very hard climb for adults let alone my 2 year old! Worth it for the views though! Watched the sun rises over the mountain side at 6.30am which was beautiful! Would definitely stay here again but next time I would pack lighter as my husband wasn’t happy with me as he had to carry our stuff which was a heavy suitcase up a hill and down again on to the beach... if you read reviews like I did (but didn’t take advice) take that one thing from it, pack light, small bags, easier to transport to the chalet. Apparently the guys in the car park said they do offer a service to drive people down there with their belongings on their beach buggy thing for a price. Sadly we didn’t know this until the last day, but worth finding them in the car park area if you have a few bags because your staying with kids and bedding etc to take to the chalet! Jonathan was a great host who answered my messages and calls straight away, genuinely caring and wanted to know if we had enjoyed our stay. We will definitely be back, it’s a perfect space which is basic, nothing fancy but it’s all you need when your in a beautiful location like that, whatever the weather! The modern bathroom and kitchen area is a nice touch to an older chalet which has character! Thank you again Jonathan! Our children, my husband and I loved it!”
The perfect destination for complete relaxation and privacy. Our Lovingly converted bespoke shipping container is set in a beautiful private meadow with far-reaching views over the rolling Devon countryside. From bespoke 150 year old pine topped stools to the glistening penny covered bathroom floor & the handmade reading chair every effort has been made to curate a space we hope you’ll love to spend time in. In the heart of the contryside but just 10 minutes from the city center, Our space offers a luxury packed base to explore the beauty of Exeter & Devon. Any questions, just let me know!
“One of the best Airbnb's I've stayed in. The space is well thought out and situated in a beautiful, quiet meadow. The inside is finished and decorated well. Clearly a lot of care and thought has gone into the place. Callum is also a great host; he responded quickly to messages and was really helpful. Could not fault it!”