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Check-in & check-out days are Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Two-night minimum stay in the week.

Three-night minimum stay at weekends.

Prices are based on two adults.

 

Activities

DISCOVER THE BEST OF DEVON

Welcome to Devon!

If you are looking for somewhere with room to breathe, to escape the day-to-day and unwind, then what better place than Nymetwood Treehouses in the heart of Mid Devon’s rolling countryside.

With Dartmoor National Park on your doorstep, its easy to explore ancient woodland, high granite tors and vast tracts of rolling moorland or even enjoy a spot of wild swimming. There’s also a wide variety of pubs and restaurants, attractions, country gardens and local arts and culture.

It’s easy to get out and about from Mid Devon. If you want to feel the sand on your toes or look out to sea, the beaches of the north and south coasts are within easy reach.  The vibrant, attractive and historically interesting city of Exeter is also easily accessible.

Or… just sit back in the midst of our beautiful countryside, relax and take it all in.

If you are looking for inspiration on what to do, or where to eat and drink on your visit, there are some recommendations on the map below. 

 

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The Duck

If you want to stay local, The Duck, in the pretty village of Yeoford, is one of the nearest pubs to Nymetwood Treehouses. It offers good quality food and locally brewed Devon Ales.

The Tom Cobley Tavern

The Tom Cobley is a cosy 16th Century pub in the heart of the local village of Spreyton. Great for a pint or two, there’s also a large beer garden if you want to grab a drink in the sunshine.  This is the closest pub, just a short drive from Nymetwood Treehouses.

Castle Drogo

A castle overlooking the Teign Gorge. This National Trust site boasts a castle, that is in fact only 100 years old. But it is the breathtaking views of the Teign Gorge and meandering walk down to the picture perfect Fingle Bridge, and quick drink at the Fingle Bridge Inn, that keeps us coming back time

Haytor

Situated on the south eastern edge of Dartmoor, Haytor has spectacular views across Dartmoor and the South Devon coast and offers good opportunities for you to experience Dartmoor’s fascinating past and the stunning wildlife and heritage within a short walk of the National Park Visitor Centre. Covered in lichens and mosses, the imposing granite rocks of Haytor

The Tors Inn

The Tors Inn, in Belstone, sits right on the edge of Dartmoor and is a great spot for a tipple or bite to eat on a sunny day. It is also close to Cullever steps (see separate activity listing), a great wild swimming spot, and some popular Moor hikes, such as Belstone Tor

The Old Inn, Drewsteignton

Featured in the Michelin Guide, the Old Inn is a 17th Century pub offering fantastic food in the centre of the lovely Dartmoor village of Drewsteignton. Intimate dining  rooms and a menu that offers assured, gutsy, tried-and-tested combinations which deliver bold flavours. Perfect for special occasions, or if you fancy a treat.  

Wistman’s Woods

A gentle but spectacular walk through an ancient valley will lead you to Wistman’s Wood National Nature Reserve. This tangled English oakwood looks like something out of a fairytale and is well worth a visit if you have time during your stay.

Granite way

This is a beautiful 11-mile cycle route through rural Devon with fantastic views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside. The route is part of the National Cycle Network ‘Devon Coast to Coast’ Route 27.

Tintagel Castle

Immerse yourself in history, myths and stunning scenery at Tintagel Castle, set high on Cornwall’s rugged north coast. Inextricably linked with the legend of King Arthur, for centuries this dramatic castle and coastline has fired the imaginations of writers, artists, and even the brother of a king.

Paschoe House

Just a ten-minute drive from Nymetwood, or a good hour’s walk each way if you fancy , Paschoe House is a 3-rosette establishment, serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, casual dinner and fine dining.  

Cullever steps pool

Cullever Steps is a series of stepping stones in the northern section of Dartmoor, between Belstone and Okehampton Camp. The stones are on the East Okement River near to where that river is joined by Black-a-ven Brook. Cullever Steps Pool is a popular wild swimming spot just downstream. If you fancy something to eat or

Shilly Pool

Shilley Pool is one of our favourite wild swimming spots and a locals’ secret. A moderate uphill moorland walk leads you to a pool of water and huge, flat slabs of rock, perfect as water slides- or for sunbathing if you’d rather keep dry. Just don’t tell everyone about it!

RHS Rosemoor

Nestled in the Torridge Valley, RHS Garden Rosemoor is an enchanting place to visit in every season; cherry trees blossom in the spring, the iconic Hot Garden dazzles with vibrant colours in summer, while the woodlands blaze with autumn finery and the Winter Garden catches the eye later in the year.

Clovelly

Clovelly, in North Devon, is famous for its cobbled, traffic-free streets, donkeys, sledges and historic harbour. The fishing village is built into a cleft in a 400 foot high cliff, where whitewashed and flower covered cottages line the streets down to the tiny working port.

Woolacombe

This award winning three-mile long stretch of golden sand is renowned for its cleanliness, water quality and facilities. Lifeguards ensure safe family swimming during the summer and surfers come from all over the country to enjoy the great waves and clean water. It’s also fairly easy to park near the beach.

Dartmouth

The beautiful town of Dartmouth, with historic streets and scenic river location, is a popular south Devon spot. The harbour town hosts numerous festivals and events throughout the year.

Eden Project

Although famous for its huge covered Biomes with the world’s largest indoor rainforest, the Eden Project offers so much more. Just an hour and 15 minutes from Nymetwood Treehouses, visitors can also enjoy extensive outdoor gardens, contemporary artworks, performance and storytelling.

Sharpham Wine and Cheese

Three miles south of Totnes, this renowned vineyard is known for its crisp, sparkling white wines and delicious cheeses. Perched above the meandering River Dart, it is one of the UK’s best-known winemakers. You can explore the vine-covered slopes independently or opt for a guided tour.

The Duck

If you want to stay local, The Duck, in the pretty village of Yeoford, is one of the nearest pubs to Nymetwood Treehouses. It offers good quality food and locally brewed Devon Ales.

The Tom Cobley Tavern

The Tom Cobley is a cosy 16th Century pub in the heart of the local village of Spreyton. Great for a pint or two, there’s also a large beer garden if you want to grab a drink in the sunshine.  This is the closest pub, just a short drive from Nymetwood Treehouses.

Castle Drogo

A castle overlooking the Teign Gorge. This National Trust site boasts a castle, that is in fact only 100 years old. But it is the breathtaking views of the Teign Gorge and meandering walk down to the picture perfect Fingle Bridge, and quick drink at the Fingle Bridge Inn, that keeps us coming back time

Haytor

Situated on the south eastern edge of Dartmoor, Haytor has spectacular views across Dartmoor and the South Devon coast and offers good opportunities for you to experience Dartmoor’s fascinating past and the stunning wildlife and heritage within a short walk of the National Park Visitor Centre. Covered in lichens and mosses, the imposing granite rocks of Haytor

The Tors Inn

The Tors Inn, in Belstone, sits right on the edge of Dartmoor and is a great spot for a tipple or bite to eat on a sunny day. It is also close to Cullever steps (see separate activity listing), a great wild swimming spot, and some popular Moor hikes, such as Belstone Tor

The Old Inn, Drewsteignton

Featured in the Michelin Guide, the Old Inn is a 17th Century pub offering fantastic food in the centre of the lovely Dartmoor village of Drewsteignton. Intimate dining  rooms and a menu that offers assured, gutsy, tried-and-tested combinations which deliver bold flavours. Perfect for special occasions, or if you fancy a treat.  

Wistman’s Woods

A gentle but spectacular walk through an ancient valley will lead you to Wistman’s Wood National Nature Reserve. This tangled English oakwood looks like something out of a fairytale and is well worth a visit if you have time during your stay.

Granite way

This is a beautiful 11-mile cycle route through rural Devon with fantastic views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside. The route is part of the National Cycle Network ‘Devon Coast to Coast’ Route 27.

Tintagel Castle

Immerse yourself in history, myths and stunning scenery at Tintagel Castle, set high on Cornwall’s rugged north coast. Inextricably linked with the legend of King Arthur, for centuries this dramatic castle and coastline has fired the imaginations of writers, artists, and even the brother of a king.

Paschoe House

Just a ten-minute drive from Nymetwood, or a good hour’s walk each way if you fancy , Paschoe House is a 3-rosette establishment, serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, casual dinner and fine dining.  

Cullever steps pool

Cullever Steps is a series of stepping stones in the northern section of Dartmoor, between Belstone and Okehampton Camp. The stones are on the East Okement River near to where that river is joined by Black-a-ven Brook. Cullever Steps Pool is a popular wild swimming spot just downstream. If you fancy something to eat or

Shilly Pool

Shilley Pool is one of our favourite wild swimming spots and a locals’ secret. A moderate uphill moorland walk leads you to a pool of water and huge, flat slabs of rock, perfect as water slides- or for sunbathing if you’d rather keep dry. Just don’t tell everyone about it!

RHS Rosemoor

Nestled in the Torridge Valley, RHS Garden Rosemoor is an enchanting place to visit in every season; cherry trees blossom in the spring, the iconic Hot Garden dazzles with vibrant colours in summer, while the woodlands blaze with autumn finery and the Winter Garden catches the eye later in the year.

Clovelly

Clovelly, in North Devon, is famous for its cobbled, traffic-free streets, donkeys, sledges and historic harbour. The fishing village is built into a cleft in a 400 foot high cliff, where whitewashed and flower covered cottages line the streets down to the tiny working port.

Woolacombe

This award winning three-mile long stretch of golden sand is renowned for its cleanliness, water quality and facilities. Lifeguards ensure safe family swimming during the summer and surfers come from all over the country to enjoy the great waves and clean water. It’s also fairly easy to park near the beach.

Dartmouth

The beautiful town of Dartmouth, with historic streets and scenic river location, is a popular south Devon spot. The harbour town hosts numerous festivals and events throughout the year.

Eden Project

Although famous for its huge covered Biomes with the world’s largest indoor rainforest, the Eden Project offers so much more. Just an hour and 15 minutes from Nymetwood Treehouses, visitors can also enjoy extensive outdoor gardens, contemporary artworks, performance and storytelling.

Sharpham Wine and Cheese

Three miles south of Totnes, this renowned vineyard is known for its crisp, sparkling white wines and delicious cheeses. Perched above the meandering River Dart, it is one of the UK’s best-known winemakers. You can explore the vine-covered slopes independently or opt for a guided tour.