Pheasant Treehouse at Dittisham Hideaways

Dartmouth, Devon

Suitible for: 5 Humans icon 5 Humans
Suitible for: 2 Dogs icon 2 Dogs
Suitible for: undefined Children welcome icon Children welcome
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Enclosed garden
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Why we love it

Hot tubs, hammocks, a safe space for dogs to run in, a wooded estate to explore and Devon’s rivers, moors and coast calling you to adventure

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Roaming free in the enclosed area around the treehouses
  • Exploring the woodland walk that wraps the estate
  • Cooling off in the dog wash area

Humans will love

  • Swinging in the hammock on their private terrace
  • ‘Just resting their eyes’ in the wood-fired hot tub
  • Being just over a mile to activities on the River Dart

The place

On the border of the South Devon AONB, The Dittisham Estate is home to the Pheasant Treehouse, one of several spaces that graces this stretch of countryside overlooking a stunning wooded valley. Inside you’ll find all the best parts of luxury living meeting a stripped back and stylish interior. The kitchen is well equipped to handle dinner for two, as well as more if you’re joined by your little ones (there’s a TRIPLE bunk bed!) The living area is large enough to contain all the fun, should it drizzle, and you’ll love reading by a crackling log burner in the armchair. In fairer weather, you’ll struggle to break free from the gravitational pull of the private terrace, with it’s hammock, wood fired hot tub, selection of outdoor games and even a BBQ so you don’t have to peel the kids away. Should you manage to leave the estate, there’s endless fun to be found nearby.


  • 1 x King room
  • 1 x Children's triple bunk bed room


  • Shower room with toiletries provided
  • Dog washing area
  • Laundry room

Living and relaxing

  • Wood-fired hot tub on your private terrace
  • Sun loungers on the balcony, with a parasol for shade
  • Basket of logs on arrival for either hot tub or wood burner
  • Fire pit
  • Double hammock
  • Communal games barn
  • Wifi

Cooking and dining

  • Kitchen including microwave and coffee machine
  • Cooking basics provided - salt, pepper, and oil
  • Fresh herbs growing on balcony
  • Outside dining area with BBQ
  • Welcome hamper provided with supplies for first continental breakfast
  • Indoor and outdoor dining table and chairs

For the dog

  • Treats
  • Dog beds
  • Dog toy
  • Water bowls

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000

Optional extras

  • Upgrade your welcome hamper to include a bottle of sloe gin
  • Use of the EV charging points - paid directly to the owner

You should know

  • The bunk beds are only suitable for under 16s (sorry guys, you just won’t fit)
  • Some paths on site are quite steep and might not suit those with mobility issues
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In the neighbourhood

  • The Dartmouth Steam Railway, which runs nearby, is your chance to chug along on a piece of history. If your dog doesn’t mind the whistle and rattle, they can join you for the price of a £2 dog ticket. The steam network connects Dartmouth, Totnes, Paignton, Torquay, Brixham and Kingswear, and some routes allow you to “steam & cruise” going out by train and back by boat
  • Dartmoor is a fantastic place to explore even though dogs need to be kept on leads thanks to ground nesting birds, wild ponies and grazing livestock. There are informative, scenic and dog-friendly walks available through the company Moorland Guides
  • This being coastal Devon, there are plenty of beaches to choose from, but a local favourite for dogs is Strete Gate, which has no restrictions at any time of year, so the only private places you need to keep out of are those of the nudists who frequent the northern end
  • The Sportsman’s Arms, a short walk away at the end of the road, is very dog friendly, as is the Ferry Boat Inn in Dittisham, a mile and a half or so to the east
  • The National Trust property of Coleton Fishacre has a stunning garden that rights down to the coast. You can arrive the normal way, through the car park, or hike to it along the coastal path and up to the café for refreshment. Dogs need to be kept on leads and can’t go into the main house, but it’s still a lovely way to snuffle up an hour or two
  • Totnes is already a lovely town to pop into, but when the market’s on, it’s a must-see. The town square fills with stalls selling food and produce, the air with delicious smells. There’s no actual rule that your dog needs to be on a lead, but unless you want to wrestle it back out of the remains of a charcuterie stand, it might be a good idea
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