Sleeps 2, prices from £105 per night, minimum stay 2 nights.
Devanna, our first roulotte, in oriental style with ‘peacock and paisley design’ arrived on Friday 25 June, 2010 with the full moon. Delight in this French roulotte reminiscent of India with carvings of peacocks as well as a delightful paisley pattern, the symbol of the mango seed which links France, Holland, India and Scotland. The interior of Devanna will reflect the rich natural shades of blues, greens, purples and gold of the peacock’s rich plumage.
Relax on the chaise in front of the woodburner in the salon or cosy up on the hand crafted Rajasthani carpet which dresses the wooden floor. Elegant whimsical lamps create the magical light throughout the roulotte. Within the salon is a kitchen area complete with Baby Belling oven if you choose to eat in or dine al fresco in the meadow overlooking the lochan. Original style roulotte bed with cupboards below offer luxurious comfort whilst just a few steps away is a state of the art stainless steel shower room and opposite toilet and wash hand basin. Heating is by woodburning stove and electric radiators. All bedlinen and towels are provided. Crockery très chic provide for your culinary requirements and eco gadgets will help reduce your carbon footprint.
Devanna now has a 'secret sunset garden' .... sssshhh!
See where Devanna lives in the meadow.
To enjoy a peek into Devanna, filmed as a location for a music video in the winter at Roulotte Retreat, view and listen here.
Sorry, Devanna is not suitable for children. However they are welcome in Horseshoe Cottage with room for 4 and its own woodland garden.
Strictly no dogs are allowed in the roulottes, no matter how tiny or well behaved, but please book Horseshoe Cottage instead if you'd like to come with your dog.
For pricing please see our prices and availability page.
(Minimum Stay - 2 nights)
Peek inside the roulottes and soar above the meadow in this short film.
If you'd like to soar around the meadow for longer and see inside all of our roulottes, then check out this 5 min film.