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The ultimate combination of luxury and wilderness – Wolf Wood Treehouses are located in the heart of a secluded 13-acre woodland in a hidden valley, to the North of Dartmoor and just outside the pretty Devon village of Bratton Clovelly.
Each of our three luxury treehouses enjoys a secluded spot perched high in the tree canopy.
A short stroll from the car park down the woodland track, each treehouse is accessed via rope-bridge. Enter into large, light-filled spaces, crafted from a combination of locally grown and reclaimed timber.
The wood-lined floors and walls give the spaces a rustic feel. The wall-to-wall window and bi-fold door opening out onto the large private deck take full advantage of this spectacular treetop location.
The perfect romantic break, each treehouse has a totally private deck bath – lie back in your steaming tub, gazing up at the stars and listening to the owl hoots.
Inside, the comfortable furniture, cosy woodburner, board games, books and music create the perfect environment for a total getaway.
The well-equipped kitchen has everything you’ll need to cook up tasty meals from fabulous local produce.
You don’t even need to get out of bed to enjoy the view of the sunrise over the treetops. To ensure maximum comfort, we use quality bed linen and down duvets and pillows on our king-size beds.
Located just to the North of Dartmoor, Wolf Wood Treehouses are within easy reach of all that Devon has to offer.
Climb a tor, cool off with a bit of wild swimming, try pony-trekking, cycle the granite way or have a gentle stroll and lunch in a country pub.
The beautiful coastline of North East Cornwall is close at hand. Visit the beaches of Bude for surfing, cafes and restaurants. Or the unspoilt Sandymouth beach.
Visit one of the many National Trust properties close-by. Our favourite is Lydford Gorge with its breathtaking Whitelady Waterfall and the exciting turbulent pothole of the Devil’s Cauldron – not for the faint-hearted!
Indulge yourself with a cream tea at the famous Hotel Endsleigh, a gastro-pub lunch at the Cornish Arms, a special evening meal at Lewtrenchard Manor or a proper pub dinner and a pint at the local village pub, the Clovelly Inn.
However, you might find that you don’t want to stray far from the beautiful woods and luxurious treehouse. If this is the case, there are a number of picnic and barbecue areas dotted around the woodland so you can while away an evening sitting by the fire as night closes in.
The small river that meanders along the bottom of the valley is a great place to dip your toes, skim stones and watch the birds – keep an eye out for the kingfisher.
Spring brings an abundance of wildflowers; a carpet of bluebells interspersed with violets, primroses, red campions and purple orchids.
Footpaths meander around the wood’s varied environments. The higher slopes of the woodland have stunning views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside.
The woodland has a wide variety of native trees and is alive with wildlife including deer, badgers, squirrels, foxes, mice, frogs, toads, owls and woodpeckers to name but a few. Find a comfy spot to sit quietly and watch the life going on around you.
We are committed to minimising our environmental impact and to encouraging the quantity and diversity of flora and fauna in and around the woodland. So far, we have planted an additional 600 trees and flowering shrubs as well as wild flowers to encourage bees and butterflies. We are also implementing a woodland stewardship program with the specific intention of broadening our diverse range of habitats.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Treehouse||from £285.00 to £425.00 per unit per night|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
For sat-nav use postcode: EX20 4JD.
Heading West on the A30, take the turning signed Tavistock/Bideford/Bude. At the end of the slip road, turn right and onto the A386 (you'll pass a Shell garage with a Little Waitrose).
After about 1½ miles, at the roundabout, take the A3079 signed Bude. After about 5 miles, you'll reach a cross roads with a large radio mast. Take the left turn - we're about 2 miles down this road on the left.
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