Lodges in Devon offer a great place to explore the south west of England. Stretching from Salcombe on the south coast through the Dartmoor National Park to Ilfracombe, there is splendour throughout the county. Enjoy rugged coastlines, pristine beaches and fantastic scenery no matter what time of year you visit. A lodge holiday provides a fantastic base to enjoy everything associated with this magnificent county. Here are some of the lodes that you could stay at.
Shepherd Hut At West Farleigh Bickleigh (2.5mls W), Devon
This delightful shepherds hut located in West Farleigh provides accommodation for two people in one bedroom, making it the perfect place for a romantic break. It is also pet friendly.
This quirky rustic cabin has a hot tub on the spacious outdoor decking allowing you to enjoy the views in the most luxurious way. Inside the cabin provides all the usual modern comforts.
Nearby there are many pretty villages which have a range of thatched pubs and restaurants. Running nearby is the River Exe, great for long walks and many other country activities.
Potbelly Lodge, Westward Ho!, Devon
The beautiful and quirky potbelly lodge in Westward Ho again provides accommodation for two people in one bedroom. The lodge is set in the grounds of a fantastic pub / restaurant and had a fantastic style as you can see. Coming with a hot tub and outdoor decked area the lodge is great for outdoor dining and relaxation. Inside there is also a cosy woodburner should the weather turn.
Westward Ho has an array of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs to enjoy and sits on the 180 mile long Tarka Trail which runs a north and south loop exploring many of the wonderful towns and villages of Devon. Whether you explore this locally on foot or jump on your bike the trail stretches through seaside towns, sandy beaches and local beauty spots.
The Potbelly lodge is located near to the beach at Westward Ho!, which offers fantastic surfing and great walks. Together with the Northam Burrows Country Park and the Royal North Devon Golf Club there should be something for visitors of all ages to enjoy