Treetops is a raised chalet situated in the grounds of the owners' house. Having said that you don't feel confined or intruded upon, partly due to the raised nature of the accommodation and also due to the tranquility and calm of the surroundings.
We arrived at about 3.30 on the Friday of our weekend stay. The owners greeted us and gave us a brief tour. They made us feel relaxed and welcomed and managed the important knack of making us feel that they would be available if needed,but that we had our own space too.
The accommodation was spotlessly clean and well equipped. The sitting room area had two large comfortable settees and a tv and dvd player. The kitchen had a fridge/freezer, cooker, microwave, dishwasher, toaster and washing machine.
That bathroom had both a shower and bath. The bedroom was cosy, but not cramped, and the bed was large and comfortable. Due to the weather we didn't use the outdoor seating,
Saturday's weather was pretty horrible, so we drove to Lynton (3miles or 5 depending on which route you take..) we explored the shops and restaurants, and walked down the steep hill to Lynmouth, though took the cliff train back up.
Sunday's weather was glorious for the time of year, so we walked from Treetops along the Coastal path to Lynton, via the Valley of the Rocks. It was a lovely walk, arduous but definitely worth it. We had lunch in Lynmouth, before walking back.
Our aim for the weekend was to relax and walk by the coast. Treetops allowed us to do exactly that. We felt completely at peace within it, and it was perfectly situated to access so many of the delights of North Devon. There was much that the weather on Saturday and our time there didn't allow us to access, but we had a lovely time nonetheless.