Unique roundhouse glamping near the Cornish coast
- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
- Editor's Pick
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Hot Tub
- Private Bathroom
- In room Wifi
- En-suite bathroom/toilet
- Soak in your private wood-fired hot tub
- Underfloor heating, allowing this beautiful accommodation to be enjoyed all year round
- Additional facilities include an outdoor pizza oven and communal camp fire
The Owner Says
The Secret Roundhouse has a quirky, modern interior that contrasts with the humble countryside setting at this acclaimed glamping site in Cornwall. Expect a touch of luxury with hand-selected fixtures and fittings – think industrial chic, sumptuous fabrics, a cosy wood burner and underfloor heating, allowing this special glamping option to be enjoyed all year round. A comfortable king size bed is perfect for lazy lie-ins, and the high quality feel of this unique couples haven extends to the stylish, fully incorporated luxury en suite bathroom. The larch wood roundhouse is covered in an insualting ‘eco’ grass roof with central sky port hole for star gazing at night.
The roundhouse is tucked away from the main site with its own private garden where you’ll also find your own wood-fired hot tub, covered alfresco supper kitchen and a fire bowl for cosying up in the evenings.
Guests staying in the Secret Roundhouse are able to access all the other facilities of the glamping site, including outdoor pizza oven and communal camp fire. Or simply kick back in your own private area away from other visitors - a romantic haven perfect for any special occasion.
Towels, bed linen and all kitchen/cooking equipment are supplied for you, leaving you to enjoy an easy, hassle-free break.
- We do not accept pets in this unit
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Features & Facilities
East Thorne can organise all sorts of activities from coasteering and kayaking to high ropes. Try surfing at Sandymouth Beach (07870 472448), about 10-minutes’ drive away, or take on one of the toughest sections of the South West Coast Path between Bude and Hartland Quay. Bude’s stunning Summerleaze, Crooklets and Widemouth beaches are popular for trying your hand at further surfing or simply building sand castles with the kids. A string of cool waterfront cafés and amusement arcades will also keep you busy once you tire of the beach.
Food & Drink
Get fresh eggs from the chickens, order hampers crammed with Cornish produce (from £15) or get classic pub grub and Sunday carverys at the The Tree Inn, Stratton (01288 352038). To maximise your options head into Bude, where there are ample cafés and restaurants