Take the little winding path that zig-zags its way through the trees to where Wildwood Hideaway is waiting to welcome you to the peace and tranquility of the woodland. Tucked away amongst the trees with far reaching views stretching out across open countryside, surround yourself with the calm of the great outdoors at this ultimate get-away-from-it-all retreat. While away your days spotting birds and wildlife, who for good reason make this place their home, listening to the sounds of the countryside, soaking in the view or strolling around the owners' 200 acres of pasture, fields and woods. And if you need further relaxation, spend time lazing in the hammock, enjoying leisurely meals al fresco or curled up on the sofa in front of the wood-burner (perfect for those all-important out-of-season breaks).
Befitting of its setting, this wooden cabin has been carefully crafted with log cladding covering the roof and you must take a look around the back to see the log-end wall - it's 'treemendous'! Step inside and the attention to detail is obvious, ensuring the magic continues and that you indulge in that little bit of luxury. From the bespoke hand-built kitchen and stylish shower-room to the gorgeous local artwork, super-comfy bed laden with luxurious linens, plump cushions and lovely throws - all set off against the restful Farrow and Ball colour palate - it's wooded bliss!
You could completely hide away for your whole stay, doing nothing more than enjoying some time to yourself and the true beauty of this tranquil spot - and who would blame you! - but this rural setting is just a short distance from some of Cornwall's true hot-spots, so it's also a fabulous base for exploring. Wildwood Hideaway is close to the vibrant town of Wadebridge which offers a great choice of independent shops, cafes and tea rooms. It's also one of the starting points of the renowned Camel Trail, so for some adventure on two wheels, why not hire a bike and head off to the coast in one direction or Bodmin Moor in the other, perhaps treating yourself to a Cornish cream tea or some award-winning Cornish sparkling wine along the way?
Picture-perfect Port Isaac is utterly delightful and well and truly in the spotlight, being home to TV's Doc Martin, two of Nathan Outlaw's restaurants and The Fisherman's Friends (if you are visiting during the summer months you might have the pleasure of hearing them singing their sea shanties on the quay). Want to feel the sand between your toes or ride the waves? We highly recommend the stunning beaches of Polzeath and Daymer Bay and, to view the coast from a different angle, pop on those walking boots and take to the coastal footpath to marvel at stunning sea vistas around every corner. At trendy Rock, you can try your hand at watersports or let someone else be the skipper and hop on the foot ferry over to ever-popular Padstow, where you can indulge in award-winning Cornish cuisine to your heart's content. With so much to do, one trip will never be enough -once you've discovered this woodland retreat we're sure you'll be back time and time again - it's the ultimate tonic!
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Electric oven, double ceramic hob, fridge, toaster, TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Bedroom with double bed (4'6'')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
*A baby under six months old (non-crawler) is welcome, please bring your own moses basket.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Deck furniture and gas barbecue
- Oil-filled radiator and heated towel rail
- Logs for wood-burner
Welcome to Wildwood Hideaway.
Exactly what it says on the tin, tucked amongst the trees with fabulous far-reaching views.
The inside is light, bright and utterly charming.
Double doors look out onto the gorgeous view.
There's a well-equipped kitchen area and delightful dining area within the open place living space.
Relax by the wood-burner with a glass of your favourite tipple.
A door leads through from the living area into the lovely bedroom.
An idyllic place to rest your head.
Every little detail has been carefully thought out and put together. The owners really have thought of everything - even a hair-dryer is provided.
Pretty artwork and soft tones create a calm and cosy feel.
Another door leads through to the stylish shower-room.
Complete with walk-in shower cubicle.
And a WC and wash-basin too.
Such a wonderful place to spend a few days or more.
Plenty of space for you to prepare a scrummy supper.
Sit back and relax...you are on holiday, after all.
Snuggle up on the sofa of an evening.
The warming wood-burner means cosy out-of-season breaks are a must.
A fully-stocked inventory is provided.
Lovely touches throughout.
Wildwood is a true hygge hideaway!
Logs for the wood-burner are provided.
The quirky detail at the back of the cabin.
Wildwood Hideaway by name, Wildwood Hideaway by nature.
You'll want to return time and time again.
Sit back and relax with a glass of delicious locally-produced Camel Valley wine.
Whilst enjoying the far-reaching views and magical woodland setting.
Relax in the hammock with the sound of the leaves rustling in the trees above - bliss!
Wildwood Hideaway by name and by nature.
The perfect place for a get-away-from-it-all break.
Nestled amongst the trees.
Escape from modern life and reconnect with one another.
Dine inside or out, the choice is yours.
Enjoy a cuppa and a read a good book or magazine.
You'll never tire of the glorious view.
Just such an idyllic setting.
The adventure begins...park up and follow the path through the trees.
Wow - just look at the setting!
Miles of countryside all around.
Tucked into the corner of the woodland - it really is a magical setting.
Head out for an adventure on two wheels on the renowned Camel Trail - the vibrant nearby town of Wadebridge is one of the starting points.
The waterfront at nearby Rock.
Hop on the foot ferry from Rock over to Padstow, with its wealth of fabulous eateries.
Delightful Padstow Harbour.
There are some wonderful beaches nearby - this is Daymer Bay.
Polzeath is a great beach too.
Port Isaac, of Doc Martin, Fisherman's Friends and Nathan Outlaw fame, is well worth a visit.
Hideaway amongst the trees.