The Cedars is a luxury timber-clad house that sleeps 10 guests in 5 en suite bedrooms, with room for 2 more on pull out truckle beds. The setting is absolutely stunning – peaceful and secluded, accessed only via code operated security gates; all around is glorious unspoilt countryside and fresh air, views stretch on for miles across the Blackdown Hills AONB.
This is a light and airy house that brings you group accommodation in Devon with top notch contemporary interiors and outside, something for the whole family - there's a swim spa, BBQ lodge, outdoor table tennis, trampoline and play area. The Cedars is a wonderful place to stay any time of year, for those happy family holidays and peaceful celebrations with your nearest and dearest. Within a few miles you’ll find family attractions and welcoming country pubs; there are walks from the doorstep and for days out, the Devon coast is less than an hour away
What makes a stay at The Cedars unique?
The Cedars is a large group holiday house in Devon with the most wonderful setting, once you’re here, you might well not feel the need to go anywhere else. A luxurious, up-to-the-minute holiday house with exclusive use of a year round swim spa and BBQ lodge, all very private, south facing and surrounded by miles and miles of beautiful open countryside – isn’t that just perfect?
Make the most of the bounteous fresh country air and spend time outside on the huge wrap around terrace enjoying a barbecue or a pizza evening; have a good soak in the swim spa beneath the wide open skies, wander up to the pond and have a long, lazy picnic, and if the weather’s misbehaving, no worries, just head for the BBQ hut, get the sausages sizzling, get happy.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Cullompton area?
This part of the Blackdown Hills AONB is utterly breathtaking, so you might want to go exploring. It’s easy to do so on bike or on foot; Dumpdon Hill and Wellington Monument are hard to beat for the views, likewise Culm Beacon. When you get back go and have lunch at the Culm Valley Inn or grab something to eat from The Strand Stores.
If you fancy a family day out Crealy Theme Park & Resort is a must, you’ll have so much fun there! Also recommended is Wildwood Escot, Bicton Park, or a trip to Tiverton for a ride along the canal on a horse drawn barge, followed by a proper job Devon cream tea at the Canal Tea Rooms & Gardens.
How about a day by the sea? You can be at the coast in less than an hour and there are some fantastic beaches to choose from. Sidmouth and Exmouth have plenty going on, sands to play on and rockpools to explore; Beer is quieter, a pebbly cove with colourful beach huts and Ducky’s Beach Café where you can tuck into a crab sandwich. Branscombe has a very peaceful air and there’s an old bakery and working forge you can see; Seaton has a mile long pebbly beach and tucked away between the cliffs, The Hideaway Café; whilst you’re here take the kids to Seaton Jurassic, have a ride on the tram through the wetlands. Just over the border in Dorset is Lyme Regis where you can visit the Marine Aquarium and Dinosaurland Fossil Museum, or catch mackerel on a fishing trip.