Okehampton, Devon – Wolf Wood Treehouses – Black Wolf

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In the town of Okehampton in Devon there is a unique 13 acre Treehouses stay called Wolf Wood Treehouses. If you fancy getting back to nature then the Wolf Wood Treehouses would be the perfect place to stay. These Treehouses are ethically sourced and are up in the canopy of a 13 acre area of woodland in the centre of Devon.

Black Wolf sleeps 2 people and has a large deck that look out across the treetops with a jacuzzi for added luxury. It is perfect for couples who enjoy walking and discovering.

Getting to Black Wolf Treehouse is an experience in itself, since guests must cross a ropes bridge to get there. Inside, there’s a large open-plan living area with a king-size bed that looks out over the treetops, and light pours in through the wall-to-wall windows and bi-fold doors.

It is not suitable for pets. For weekend stays it is a minimum of 3 nights and during the week it is a minimum of 2 night stays. The changeover days are Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The Treehouses have their own secluded spot up in the canopy.

Okehampton is a picturesque ancient market town where the Treehouses can be found on the northern edge of Dartmoor in Devon, with a population of roughly 7,500 people.

The Okehampton Arcade is a nice undercover shopping area worth checking out while you’re in town.

The arcade, which dates from the Victorian era, is a picturesque covered street that was once part of a historic hotel established in 1906. Because it possessed electricity, the hotel was considered a highly luxury place to stay back then!

Okehampton Castle, which goes back to the Domesday Book and situated in an elevated position overlooking excellent forest walks where the West Okement River runs, is located in the town. The castle was built as a Motte and Bailey fortification with a moat shortly after the Norman Conquest.

Today, Okehampton is recognised as one of Devon’s walking capitals, with excellent access to Dartmoor either directly from the town or via other communities such as Belstone.

Lydford Valley is a wonderful site with spectacular natural surroundings. It is the deepest river gorge in the South West. Take a walk along the River Lyd, take in the beauty of the water, and keep an eye out for fish!

Dartmoor’s northern quarter is the wild side of the moor, ideal for walking, cycling, and horseback riding.

From the town centre, the Two Castles Trail, Tarka Trail, Granite Way, and the West Devon Way to Plymouth are all conveniently accessible. There are guided treks from and around town, wild swimming in the rivers, a golf course, museum, gym, and swimming pool, as well as the stunning Simmons Park in the town centre.

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