Perched within the branches of a stunning silver birch tree, growing just behind the Queen Anne farmhouse is beautifully crafted Treehouse.
Spectacular views through the rolling hills of Horsecombe Valley and on to Batson Creek, Salcombe Estuary and beyond can all be viewed from the private seating area in a secluded corner of a 3.5 acre field.
The cedar shingle clad Treehouse is surrounded by an elevated decking, where you can sit back and relax with a glass of wine, while watching Salcombe Farm's Rare Breed Dartmoor Ponies. There is an abundance of nature too with buzzards and barn owls regularly seen from the deck. Alternatively stargaze at night and listen to the crickets and look out for the glow worms from your private terrace, while sat by a roaring, crackling fire in the cast iron fire pit, which can also be used for BBQ's, heating mulled wine in the caldron or treat yourself to toasted marshmallows.
Inside you’ll find a beautiful big chunky solid oak double bed; piled high with gorgeous linens, cushions, sumptuous quilt and knitted blanket. The rustic half round wood rail ceiling and beautiful oak walls and floors provide the perfect setting to curl up in the tweedy chairs, next to the electric flame effect wood burning stove which, heats up within a matter of moments. The hand crafted oak table provides the perfect setting to play a board game, cards; or simply just peep through any of the windows at the surroundings.
An en suite shower-room lined with ceramic drift wood tiles, underfloor heating and heated towel rail ensures that you'll be snug, piping hot water, with organic paraben free hair and body wash products. There’s a proper flushing loo and a river rock granite wash-basin that sits on a hand crafted table.
The Treehouse has a bespoke built duck egg blue kitchen, with gorgeous oak worktops and a matching oak kitchen table. Including a fridge-freezer, fan oven with grill, portable induction hob, large white butler sink, Nespresso Coffee machine, a seven-bottle wine cooler, Morphy Richards toaster, kettle and utensils. All of the cooking equipment and crockery is state of the art.
If you decide you do want to leave your little paradise, there’s plenty on offer. A 15 minute walk along idyllic country lanes past fragrant hedgerows and thatched cottages brings you to Salcombe town that offers an abundance of fantastic shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs all in the backdrop of some of Devon’s most spectacular coastline and the lovely beaches of the Salcombe estuary.
With panoramic views and the rustle of the wind in the trees, you’re in for a unique and amazing stay.
Double Bed: 1
Check In: Anytime after 3:00pm
Changeover Day: Flexible
The hosts own pets that live on the property: Dogs, Cat, Horses, Pigs & Chickens
Property Type: Treehouse
Electric Wood Burning Stove
Underfloor heating (cost included)
Full Central Heating (cost included)
Electricity costs are included
Linen & Duvets provided free of charge
Towels are provided free of charge (but please bring beach towels)
Fire Pit Barbecue (one complimentary bucket of firewood provided)
Short breaks available
Parking is off the public road on the grounds of the property.
Boat & Bike parking are available on request.
Suitable for Events
Coastal – Under 1 mile from Salcombe – giving access to some of Devon’s most special sandy beaches.
Professional Catering is available by arrangement.
Complimentary Body Wash Products
Laptop friendly workspace
Restaurant Less than 1 mile
Pub 1 mile
Guest Information Pack
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"This was an incredible getaway"
“Put simply, this was an incredible getaway. The location is beyond gorgeous, with the rolling Devon hills sprawling on every side. No matter where we looked, the views were superb.
The Treehouse itself was cosy as can be, with their new log heater warming the entire place up in a matter of moments. No worries about being chilly during the winter months. Salcombe itself is a sleepy, quaint little hollow. Perfect for a long weekend. Just enough shops to wander around, a quick ferry trip over to the beach at East Portlemouth for a relaxing stroll, and lots of lovely restaurants and cafes.
The hosts were friendly and only ever a phone call away. Always ready to help. Lovely people. We had a wonderful time and can't recommend this more for couples who want to get away for a bit and experience some lovely countryside. Good shoes for walking recommended. We had a lovely time. It was absolutely perfect. Thank you.”
Alex, October 2016
"Cosy and magical"
What a memorable experience!
The Treehouse was very cosy and magical. The communication even before getting to the location was excellent from Freya and Felicity any questions I had were quickly answered.
The breakfasts were sublime and we were excited when the basket arrived. It was a lovely walk into salcombe with amazing scenery. I would definitely return and have already suggested the treehouse to family and friends.
Thank you both so much for helping me make a very special birthday for my boyfriend. There was nothing I would change it was an amazing couple of days and would love to come back one day. Thanks again
Abi, December 2016
"It really is as good as it looks"
“Me and my girlfriend spent our New Years Eve in the Treehouse and we had the best of both worlds. We spent a few hours chilling out in the super cosy Treehouse then a short walk through the quiet country lanes into Salcombe for dinner and drinks.
It was pretty cold outside when we stayed but lovely and warm inside! With the amazing little faux fire and underfloor heating in the bathroom, it really keeps you cosy. Freya was a brilliant host. Although you're positioned on the family farm we barely saw one another in the few days we were there so it really does feel like you're own little hideaway.
If we'd got to spend a bit more time in the treehouse It would have been awesome to experience the farm and hang out. Next time! Couldn't recommend this place more, have never stayed in an Air BnB that we couldn't bear leaving before - but wanted to stay here forever!”