If you yearn for the romance of living under canvas but don't want to give up your creature comforts then this could definitely be the holiday for you. Situated close to the Cornwall and Devon border, in a truly unspoilt part of the Devonshire countryside, Rosewood provides the ideal escape for the whole family or a romantic retreat for two.
Step inside and you are greeted with an interior befitting of the countryside setting with beautiful rose patterned linens, delightful painted furniture and bunting galore and that's just for starters. The main yurt boasts a fitted kitchen-area that is equipped with all the kit you need (including an oven and fridge) and you can serve up your culinary delights at the dining-table positioned to take advantage of the view. Pull up a rocking chair in front of the cosy wood-burner or snuggle up together on the sofa which is also a sofa bed for a fifth person. Taking pride of place is the locally crafted king-size bed where many an hour can be spent stargazing through the clear dome.
From the main yurt there is a beautiful door into the adjoining 'Little Rosewood' yurt, which houses the full-size bunk-beds and the most stunning of bathrooms complete with a gorgeous free-standing bath, shower attachment, wash-basin and proper flushing toilet - this really is the height of glamping!
Standing proud on its huge decking-area to take advantage of the far reaching views, Rosewood is set in almost an acre of meadow adjacent to over 50 acres of woodland with a host of wildlife as your near neighbours.
Your choice of pursuits is endless; fire up the barbecue and enjoy meals al fresco, listen to the birdsong, enjoy the freedom of the meadow, which has plenty of space for games and the odd game of tag, or simply sit back relax and recharge those batteries. You even have access to the nearby shed, complete with washing machine, tumble-drier and heated towel rail.
The owners, who live on site, will provide you with a warm welcome but ensure your privacy throughout. They are always on hand, should you need them, running their garden machinery business where occasionally you may hear the odd lawn mower or chain saw starting up. Whether here for a short break or a week's stay there's plenty close by to keep you occupied.
You are staying in Ruby Country, named after the local Ruby Red cattle, where you can truly embrace rural life. Don your walking boots and discover footpaths which lead right from your doorstep or for those who prefer two wheels there are cycling routes to enthral.
If you like messing about on the water take a trip to Tamar Lakes and try your hand at windsurfing, kayaking or simply have some fun in the pedalos. If you fancy some sea air, in only 15 minutes you can be on the stunning north Cornwall coast where you can enjoy traditional seaside fun in abundance, ride the Atlantic waves or take to the coastal footpath where breathtaking views greet you around every corner. And after all that exercise why not stop by at the weekly farmers' market in Holsworthy to stock up on some local fayre?
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner, electric cooker, fridge (with ice-box), kettle, king-size double bed (5') and sofa bed. Door into smaller Yurt with bunk-beds and en suite Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Access to nearby shed with washing machine, tumble-drier and heated towel rail
Rosewood Yurt can comfortably sleep 4 plus a cot, or 5 persons without a cot (due to the sofa bed taking up the extra space for the fifth person).
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 3 miles
- Picnic table and sun loungers and barbecue
- 1 oil-filled radiator
- Logs for the wood-burner
Rosewood Yurt sits proud on its huge deck overlooking open countryside.
Sat in an acre meadow there is plenty of space for children to play.
Looking into the beautiful main yurt.
Complete with sun loungers, the deck is perfect for relaxing on.
The open plan living space is gorgeous.
Complete with a comfy king size bed to sink into at the end of the day.
There is even a sofa bed available for a fifth person or just a great place to relax and enjoy the wood-burner.
The traditional ceiling window lets the light flood in and is perfect for star-gazing at night.
Snuggle up around the wood-burner of an evening, chatting about the day's events.
There is even a kitchen-area, complete with cooker and fridge!
The wood-burner ensures year-round cosiness.
Rustle up a scrummy supper.
Everything is provided even the kitchen sink!
A beautifully handcrafted door leads through to 'Little' Rosewood with its bunk- room (full size bunk-beds) and bathroom.
The perfect bedroom for the children.
Looking through to the 'baby yurt' bunk-room and bathroom from the main yurt.
The stunning bathroom.
Why not treat yourself to a relaxing bubble bath - you are on holiday, after all!
Yep, there is a bath in a yurt!
This is definitely luxury glamping at it's best!
There is hot and cold running water to the sink.
Towels are, of course, provided too.
Handy hooks - everything has been thought of here.
Lovely details throughout.
It wouldn't be a yurt without the ultimate traditional feature!
Lovely linens add to the feel of this idyllic retreat.
It really is!
With the traditional clear roof - sky gazing from the bed is a must!
Welcome to Rosewood!
A stunning setting.
The deck itself is spacious, as well as the meadow it is sat in.
Plenty of space to relax in.
Dine al fresco - bliss!
An umbrella is provided for shade, if needed,
A very enjoyable retreat, inside and out.
Just look at the setting - bliss!
A unique place to spend a holiday.
The meadow really is very spacious.
This is the view from the parking-area to the yurt. The handy shed contains logs for the wood-burner.
The shed also houses a washing machine, tumble-drier and space to store wetsuits etc.
If you like messing about on the water take a trip to Tamar Lakes and try your hand at windsurfing, kayaking or simply have some fun in the pedalos. This is a great place for a walk too.
Bude is only a 20 minute drive away, it's a great place to ride the waves, indulge in an ice cream, do some holiday shopping or take a stroll along the canal.
Discover Bude's canal either on foot, bike, canoe, kayak or pedalo!
Pop on your walking boots and discover endless miles of coastal footpath.
The charming harbourside village of Boscastle is worth a visit.
The coastline has so many great beaches, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Head to the coast to watch the surfers enjoying the waves.