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The Nap

Burrington - Devon

The Nap - A cosy cabin in its very own field hidden away in the Devon countryside.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
£135-230 per night
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights

How to book...

The Nap is owned and managed by Adam Fausset.

You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Adam Fausset.

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Where we are: 

  The Highlights...

  • The Nap sits in a gently sloping field with panoramic views across the Taw Valley and beyond to Exmoor.
  • A wonderfully cosy, contemporary cabin in an idyllic location with a wood fired hot tub, fire bowl and BBQ
  • Set on a working farm, with rare breed beef and pork, enjoy life in the country from the comfort of your cabin
  • A Swedish wood burner and modern furniture give the cabin a stylish yet cosy feel.
  • The Tarka Trail, one of the longest traffic free cycle routes in the UK is only 20 minutes away
  • The Nap is also near some excellent pubs, The Grove (5 mins) New Inn at Roborough, (10mins) or a bit further a field, The Rams Head at Dolton or the super cool, recently refurbished Stag at Rackenford 30mins away.

  You should know...

  • Whilst there is no WiFi at this rural retreat there is excellent 4G
  • The cabin is 5 minutes' walk up a hill from the farm
  • Extra camping for 4-5 tents is available if required beside the cabin.

  The Detail...

Within easy reach of some of the best surf the UK has to offer, The Nap is a quite retreat tucked away from the rest of the world. This contemporary cabin, is a piece of luxury far from the madding crowd. No neighbours, no TV, no road access, just peace and serenity.

The cabin has wonderful views across the rolling patchwork farmland and beyond to Exmoor. It is a place to sit, breathe, relax and ponder. Wander the farm, watch the buzzards circle on the thermals and at night sit on the deck, see the bats flutter and a constellation of stars will appear as night falls.

Situated on a working farm, you can get up close and personal with nature as you take in the sights and sounds of the beautiful Devon countryside, right outside your door. Adam and Becky the owners will, if you wish, take you on a farm tour to meet their cattle, pigs and sheep.

Travel up along winding roads until you reach a small farm nestled into the hills. The Nap is just a 5 minute walk up the hill, and is situated in its own field assuring complete privacy at all times. Carefully crafted and packed with contemporary charm, this wooden cabin is a piece of high end modern design with a mix of country charm, pale woods and copper accoutrements.

The kitchenette is fully fitted and equipped with everything you will need during your stay, including a ceramic hob, oven and grill, fridge and small freezer box and all the cooking utensils, pots and pans you could wish for. Cook yourselves up a storm, whilst listening to your favourite tunes on the Bose sound system, or relax with a cuppa and book from the shelves in the living area. If you are in need of a really good feed, rare breed sausages, bacon, pork belly and cuts of beef from Langabridges own Dexter herd, are all available right there on the farm. The bathroom is a wood panelled delight, with a new flushable loo replacing the compost toilet, and large double shower decked out with uber trendy metro tiles. Super soft towels are provided, and this little haven is perfect for washing away a busy day spent exploring.

Sleep in the downstairs double bedroom with a king size bed, and sunrises over Exmoor to die for or sleep amongst the stars in the mezzanine bedroom, with its super cosy ambience and a soft and welcoming double bed.

Outside the cabin, the field is all yours, child and dog friendly, they can run, and run and run! Directly outside the cabin there is a seating area for al fresco dining, or a spot of yoga as the sun rises. Lower down in the field, there is a wood fired hot tub, firebowl and seating area with a storage hut for spare wellies, extra charcoal and a comfy chair if you want to sit and chat with the sheep!


Essential Features
  • Baby Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Heating
  • Hot Tub
  • No Smoking
Living Spaces
  • Games/Books
  • Open fire/Woodburner
  • Stairgate
  • Coffee machine
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Highchair
  • Shower
  • Towels (bath)
  • Stereo music system
  • BBQ
  • Firepit
  • Garden/Outdoor Space
Also Available
  • Off road free parking


  • Beach (sea)
  • Bird watching
  • Boat trips
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Historical sites
  • Horse riding
  • Kite surfing
  • Markets
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Walking
  • Museums/Galleries
  • Nightlife (low key)
  • Pub/Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Rock Climbing
  • Sailing
  • Supermarket/food shop
  • Surfing
  • Swimming pool (public)
  • Tennis
  • Theme park
  • Water Park
  • Wildlife
  • Windsurfing
  • Yoga
  • Zoo/Wildlife park

The Nap is fabulous for walking and cycling with a plethora of stuff to choose from, both right by the cabin and a little further afield on Exmoor and Dartmoor. We also have the brilliant North Devon beaches from Croyde to Woolacoombe to the seclusion of Woody Bay about 45 minutes away.

  On the map...

  Nearest Airport

50 minutes

  Detailed Pricing Information...

7/9/20-21/10/20 - Mid - Sunday-Thursday £155; Friday-Saturday £195
21/10/20-1/11/20 - High - Sunday-Thursday £185; Friday-Saturday £230
2/11/20-17-12/20 - Low - Sunday-Thursday £1135; Friday-Saturday £180
18/12/20-3/1/21 - Peak - £230 per night
4/1/21-11/2/21 - Low - Sunday-Thursday £140; Friday-Saturday £185
12/2/21-21/2/21 - High - Sunday-Thursday £190; Friday-Saturday £235
22/2/21-1/4/21 - Low - Sunday-Thursday £140; Friday-Saturday £185
19/4/21-29/4/21 - Mid - Sunday-Thursday £160; Friday-Saturday £200
30/4/21-3/5/21 - High - High - Sunday-Thursday £190; Friday-Saturday £235
4/5/21-27/5/21 - Mid - Sunday-Thursday £160; Friday-Saturday £200
28/5/21-6/6/21 - High - High - Sunday-Thursday £190; Friday-Saturday £235
7/6/21-22/7/21 - Mid - Sunday-Thursday £160; Friday-Saturday £200
23/7/21-5/9/21 - High - High - Sunday-Thursday £190; Friday-Saturday £235
6/9/21 - 14/10/21 - Mid - Sunday-Thursday £160; Friday-Saturday £200
15/10/21-31/10/21 - High - High - Sunday-Thursday £190; Friday-Saturday £235
1/11/21-16/12/21 - Low - Sunday-Thursday £140; Friday-Saturday £185
17/12/21-3/1/22 - High - High - Sunday-Thursday £190; Friday-Saturday £235

Extras : Up to 2 dogs �20
Hot tub : �40-50

Minimum 2 nights stays at the weekend in the low and mid season with a �40 surcharge.
Minimum 3 night stays during the week in the low and mid season but with a �30 surcharge.



Have you stayed at The Nap?

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Beth Ponting says...
"AMAZING. Such a beautiful place that's very well equipped for perfect for a getaway which is out of the way from everyone and everything. Its so cosy especially in autumn when the weather isn't the best and you've got a lush cup of coffee sat next to the fire. Adam couldn't have been more helpful with queries and was always willing to lend a hand. Overall we had an amazing time and didn't want to leave and I'm sure we'll be staying again in the future."
(Stayed: October 2020 )
Samantha Claire says...
"Wow! A lovely hideaway property. Covid nearly stopped our getaway but with restrictions lifted we were able to get away. Owners had put a lot of thought into ensuring covid safe too. Communication from initial enquiry to leaving the property was excellent. The property itself was beautiful. The views, decor and facilities were excellent. Our boys loved the freedom of the field to play in and loved talking to the cows in the field next door! The hot tub was an added bonus. Would most definitely recommend."
(Stayed: July 2020 )
Luke says...
"Just perfect, the Nap itself is beautifully finished and well equipped. This is a place to forget time and let the quietness reset your soul. Whilst you are 2 fields walk away from the owners farm house, Adam couldn’t have been a better host and ensured we had everything we needed. We loved the isolation and the tranquility."
(Stayed: September 2019 )
Hannah C says...
"My husband and I had the BEST stay at The Nap.
We stayed for 3 nights at the end of May and were blessed with beautiful weather, and a fantastic mini break from our hectic city lives.
On arrival we were welcomed by Adam, who had left a freshly baked (still warm) very tasty loaf of bread, and a bottle of red wine for us. He then gave us a brief low-down on things we could do in the area etc. and said to call/text him for anything we need (which we did a few times... for more fire wood)
The Nap is a beautiful little building with everything you need. We slept in the downstairs bedroom so we could watch the sun rise in the morning with was very comfortable. The Shower was also great!
A few of the evenings we cooked dinner over the fire pit, looking out over the amazing Devon rolling hills, with my husband digging in to rump steak straight from the farm-which he highly enjoyed and even bought some back with us. We also had fresh eggs from the Farm's chickens which were delicious.
The hot tub was a real treat and experience.
We also had a tour of the farm with Adam & his two gorgeous Labrador dogs one morning and we thoroughly enjoyed meeting all the cows with some of their very new calves (3 were born while we were there!) as well as the sheep, and seeing all the wonderful views from different vantage points.
Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and would go back within a heartbeat. We finished our stay feeling relaxed and very content which was exactly what we wanted (and needed)!"
(Stayed: May 2019 )
Lisa Williams says...
"My husband and I stayed here for our mini-moon, with our 2 boxer dogs.
It was a little piece of pure tranquillity and relaxation. It was just perfect to unwind after the mayhem of Christmas and our wedding. Adam is an excellent host, friendly, helpful and on hand if needed, but not intrusive in any way - in fact it was very easy to forget that there was anyone within miles of us in the cabin.
The cabin has everything you need, the wood burner fire, fire pit and fabulous hot tub were well used and appreciated by us.
It was a perfect setting for our dogs to roam free but be fully enclosed so allowing total peace of mind for us ( as they are rather inquisitive). All in all, a fantastic stay, in a beautiful, peaceful setting that allowed us to unwind, relax and enjoy the amazing views. We hope to go back again soon!

Don't forget to try some of Langabridge's own meat products - excellent quality and very reasonably priced."
(Stayed: December 2018 )
Dean Lyle says...
"Our family had the most fantastic stay at The Nap. Adam and Becky could not have done more to make us feel welcome and they even lit the hot tub for us while we were out so that it was hot when we arrived home. Being amongst the animals and having to walk up to the cottage was all part of the adventure. I would also highly recommend the produce that is available to buy. Delicious."
(Stayed: October 2018 )

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£135-230 per night
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
COVID-19 restrictions may affect your travel plans. Please ensure you are aware of local rules where you live and where this property is located.
(More information.)

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The Nap is owned and managed by Adam Fausset.

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