I woke early, with a semi conscious sense that something special was happening today.
From Ornate Garden’s workshops in Maxstoke I headed south west, my destination ‘Babbacombe Bay, located in the heart of 22 miles of stunning coastline. I was heading out on another POD adventure: landing site The Cary Arms which I discovered sheltering in its own unsung part of the South Devon coast.
The beauty of the location, the purity of the air and water, are inspiring, and I was enchanted by The Cary Arms respect for architecture, design and style.
The sphere lounger certainly makes the perfect sun terrace feature offering shelter from the spirited sea breeze while enjoying uninterrupted panoramic views and the sun from morning to sunset! The elevated sea views along the sunny English Riviera coastline certainly make a fabulous location for the rotating sphere lounger
I was soon to learn that my discovery was a de Savary Family project, undertaken by Lana de Savary. Lana de Savary has spared no expense in creating a unique place that offers a common level of fun to all. Children are greeted with fishing nets, dogs with a personalised food bowl - the level of fine detail and charm is unlike anywhere else around. With the de Savary signature style of quality and ambience, this is a place for making experiences and unforgettable memories.
Part of the South West Coast Path, Babbacombe is a place of hidden coves and secret hideaways. Surprisingly rural and rugged, cliffs of rich red Devon sandstone tower above golden beaches and scattered stones. Adrenaline or total relaxation. Crystal clear waters bathe in the warmth of the gulf stream. The walking is superb. Pebble skimming, beachcombing and bracing dips. Rib rides, scuba diving and fishing. This is a place ripe for discovery.
What about our next POD landing? Who knows... possibly the east coast, which would allow us to explore another beautiful area of the country – the POD way