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The Wildwood Spa

Ready to unwind?

Surrounded by 12 acres of private forest on the North Devon coastline with bespoke spa features, chic interiors and high-end home comforts, the Wildwood Spa takes serenity to the next level. It's a holiday launch like no other - and with to HomeToGo and Wayfair, you can enjoy a luxury stay in the new one-of-a-kind letting.

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Time to Relax

Take a dip and swim in the heated infinity pool, recline on the hydrotherapy pool loungers, and unwind in the cedar and glass sauna. Pour some Bramley bubbles and sink into the freestanding bath or refresh in the woodland waterfall shower.

Get Cosy

Curl up next to the open log fireplace with a book or board game - or get comfy in the snug outdoor undercover seating area while the MORSØ barbecue crackles. Sleep soundly in the sumptuous king size bed, luxuriating in high-end Egyptian cotton home comforts.

Return to Nature

Admire serene views of the forest, pond and stream from the spa, or head out to explore its 12 acres of private woodland, home to a fire pit for picnics during the day and stargazing at night. Plus, there are six beaches for swimming, surfing, yoga, and more nearby.

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The Wildwood Spa: Travel Trends & Interiors Inspiration

With its Devon address and bespoke spa amenities, the Wildwood Spa sits at the forefront of this year's travel trends. Eleanor Moody, UK Travel Expert at HomeToGo, and Nadia McCowan Hill, Resident Style Advisor at Wayfair, weigh in on the stunning new launch.

"Devon has been one of the staycation boom's star destinations for two summers in a row, and our insight shows that this year its popularity amongst domestic travellers is set to continue into the colder months" says Eleanor Moody, UK Travel Expert at HomeToGo.

"Cosy coastal retreats are emerging as a key staycation trend for the upcoming season. With its prime location on the Devon coast, boutique furnishings and features such as a heated infinity pool, the Wildwood Spa is the perfect fit for this kind of getaway."

"Plus, in the wake of the pandemic, holidaymakers are increasingly prioritising accommodation and experiences that can provide respite and refreshment, with 65% of British participants in a recent HomeToGo survey citing relaxation as their most significant motivator to travel.

"The Wildwood Spa's secluded setting and exclusive access to bespoke spa features ensure tranquility, providing the post-pandemic traveller with everything they need to unwind."

"After the turbulence of the last two years, relaxation and restoration have never been more important and there is an unprecedented appetite for uniquely peaceful environments, which truly soothe the soul," says Nadia McCowan Hill, Resident Style Advisor at Wayfair.

"With its plush furniture, organic silhouettes and mood-boosting details, Wildwood Spa has been styled for ultimate relaxation and its secluded Devon location and wealth of pampering spa amenities make it a prime pick for anyone looking to enjoy a truly unique getaway, right here in the UK."

"At Wayfair, picks that take wellbeing, home comfort and entertainment to the next level are trending more than ever. We continue to see huge demand for everything from hot tubs to garden kitchens as shoppers seek to furnish their spaces for maximum function as well as style.

"As we head into 2022, creating a truly pampering and luxurious environment full of unique finds and thoughtful details will be bigger than ever."

Destination Devon: For Every Kind of Traveller

Whether you're visiting the Wildwood Spa for a relaxing beachside break, a romantic getaway, or to unwind after some adventure, there's plenty to be found in this stunning coastal region.

Coastal getaways remain the top type of holiday amongst British travellers, with 40% stating that it's what they're dreaming of most in a recent HomeToGo survey. Devon is ideal for seaside breaks, boasting 14 shores which hold Blue Flag status - an award given to the "gold standard for beaches" - of which the sandy Dawlish Warren and Westward Ho! are the most popular.

British holidaymakers are unlocking the love after lockdown, with 75% of participants in a recent HomeToGo UK survey choosing their partner as their first-preference travel companion. The Wildwood Spa is perfect for a relaxed couples getaway, with locations such as Baggy Point and the Exmoor Dark Sky Reserve nearby for romantic evenings spent watching the sunset and stargazing.

The UK is the most intrepid traveller nation, with 31% of Brits in a HomeToGo survey stating that adventure is their biggest motivator to go on holiday. There's plenty of adventure to be found in Devon, from the South West Coast Path and the Tarka Trail, to kayaking, kite boarding and more. After a day of adrenaline, what could be more satisfying than relaxing in the Wildwood Spa?

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The UK's top destinations for cosy autumnal travel - HomeToGo
Chocolate-box villages and snug market towns:

The UK's top destinations for cosy autumnal travel

To celebrate the launch of the Wildwood Spa, holiday rentals marketplace HomeToGo journeyed into the UK countryside to find the top trending destinations for cosy staycations, uncovering which market towns and chocolate-box villages have seen the most significant increases in interest for 2021 autumn holidays. From the banks of the River Tay to the tip of the Cornish coast, here are the top 15 spots making their mark on staycation wishlists for leaf peeping and pumpkin spice sipping this year:

The UK's cosiest new holiday home: the Wildwood Spa in North Devon

The UK's Top Spots for Cosy Autumn Travel

Llangollen, Wales
Bamburgh, England
Bakewell, England
Alnmouth, England
Keswick, England
Tintagel, England
Thornton-le-Dale, England
Windermere, England
Pickering, England
Dunkeld, Scotland
Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

1. Llangollen

Where: Denbighshire, Wales

Cosiest Corners: After countryside walks in the surrounding Clwydian Range & Dee Valley AONB, head to The Corn Mill - a pub in an 18th century mill on the River Dee with sweeping views of the Grade 1 listed Llangollen Bridge. Refuel with hearty grub and cask ale while watching the heritage railway's old-fashioned steam train across the river.

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

2. Bamburgh, England

Where: Northumberland, England

Cosiest Corners: Warm up with a cuppa and cake at The Copper Kettle, thought to be one of England's finest tea rooms. Holidaymakers visiting towards the end of November can get into the Christmas spirit early by reserving a spot at Bamburgh Castle's Festive Wreath Making workshop, hosted in the regal King's Hall. 

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

3. Bakewell, England

Where: Derbyshire, England

Cosiest Corners: Travel back in time in this charming market town, which is said to have been the inspiration for Lambton in the novel Pride & Prejudice, with a visit to the award-winning Old House Museum. Another irresistibly snug spot is the Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop, where you can savour some of the area's eponymous dessert.

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

4. Alnmouth, England

Where: Northumberland, England

Cosiest Corners: Stop by one of the UK's smallest museums - the Alnmouth Ferry Hut - during rambles around this picturesque village of colourful cottages and golden sands. Longer walks lead to Alnwick Castle, as seen in the first two Harry Potter films, and the quirky Alnwick Garden Treehouse Restaurant.

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

5. Keswick, England

Where: Cumbria, England

Cosiest Corners: Take a tour of Derwentwater with the Keswick Launch Company, drinking in the beauty of the autumnal forest hues surrounding the lake from a little wooden boat. The craft passes by all of the lake's four main islands, including St Herbert's - otherwise known as Owl Island to fans of the Beatrix Potter books.

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

6. Tintagel, England

7. Thornton-le-Dale, England

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

8. Windermere, England

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

9. Pickering, England

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

10. Dunkeld, Scotland

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

11. Hay-on-Wye, Wales

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

12. Haworth, England

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

13. Grassington, England

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

14. Benllech, Wales

Dunstable Downs, Bedforshire

15. Totnes, England


Search trends are based on UK travellers using between 1st January - 9th September 2021 using check-in dates during the autumn season from 22nd September - 21st December 2021. Year-on-year comparisons were performed using the same search period and check-in dates in 2020. Exact year-on-year search increases as follows: Llangollen - 461%, Bamburgh - 352%, Bakewell - 275%, Alnmouth - 233%, Keswick - 224%, Tintagel - 152%, Thornton-le-Dale - 120%, Windermere - 118%, Pickering - 115%, Dunkeld - 113%, Hay-on-Wye - 108%, Haworth - 107%, Grassington - 105%, Benllech - 95%, Totnes - 94%. All rural locations with a population of under 10,000 were considered for this list.

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