- Beach nearby
- Golf nearby
- Horse Riding
- Ideal for honeymoons
- Other rental properties on site
Treehouses are always places of magic and fascination and it’s no exaggeration to say that you will never have seen ones like Black Wolf Treehouse. Secluded, luxurious and completely unique, this woodland hideaway, one of three set in the heart of a secluded 13 acre woodland in a hidden valley in Devon, is simply enchanting.
If you’re looking for cosy rustic interiors, sumptuous furnishings and wonderful sunrise views, all within a spectacular location, then you will find Black Wolf Treehouse (and the other two treehouses on site) totally heavenly. The dwellings themselves are stunningly well-appointed, with light-filled rooms, reclaimed timber fittings, wood burners, outdoor baths, well-equipped kitchens and king size beds. The setting, within 13 acres of deciduous woodland in a hidden Devon valley, is nothing short of blissful. And nearby there are walks, beaches, country pubs and National Trust houses to explore. Whether you’re here for romance, relaxation or family fun, you’re sure to have an unforgettable stay.
The beautiful coastline of north east Cornwall, home to the surfing beaches of Bude and the unspoilt coves at Sandymouth and Duckpool, are not far away, and the surrounding countryside is full of tors to climb, rivers to swim in, woodland trails to hike, cycle or horse ride along and welcoming village pubs. There are several National Trust properties nearby, not least Lydford Gorge with its breathtaking Whitelady Waterfall, or you could enjoy a cream tea at Hotel Endsleigh, a gastro-pub lunch at the Dartmoor Inn, an evening meal at Lewtrenchard Manor or a pint at the Clovelly Inn. There are a number of picnic and barbecue areas dotted around the woodland and there's a small river that meanders along the bottom of the valley - a great place to dip your toes, skim stones and watch the birds – keep an eye out for the kingfisher.
A short stroll from the car park down the woodland track, each treehouse is accessed via rope-bridge. The treehouses are located in a valley to the north of Dartmoor, just outside the village of Bratton Clovelly.
Nearest Train Station:
The Clovelly Inn in Bratton Clovelly
Bude, Sandymouth and Duckpool
Black Wolf Treehouse is accessed by a rope bridge and it has a rustic feel throughout, with wood lined floor and walls. The wall to wall window and bifold door which opens onto the deck means you get to marvel at this spectacular treetop location, even on a rainy day! There is a cosy woodburner, comfortable furnitures and a selection of board games and books. The treehouse sleeps four people - there is a king size bed from where you can watch the sun rise, and a bunk room for children. The kitchen is well equipped and has everything you’ll need to cook up tasty meals from fabulous local produce.
The large deck looks out across the tree canopy. Here you can wallow in your private Jacuzzi bath while listening to the sounds of the birdsong. The treehouses are set within 13 acres of verdant woodland, and within the grounds you will find a number of picnic and barbecue areas, a small river where you can dip your toes and build dens, a tangle of beautiful footpaths and an abundance of native trees, flowers and wildlife.
Conditions of Rental
25% of total rent due on booking. Rental price includes bed linen, towels and robes. Price based on 2 people. 1 child: £15.00 per night. 2 children: £30.00 per night. We can provide breakfast hampers and quality pre-prepared meals.