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Lodge 27

Woolfardisworthy, Devon (Ref. 1106962)

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Sky TV
  • Broadband / WiFi

Summary

  • Single-storey
  • Two king-size bedrooms with TVs .Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with convector log-effect fire
  • Electric radiator heating with convector log-effect fire
  • Electric double oven, induction hob, microwave, built in fridge/freezer with separate additional undercounter freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, smoothie-maker and food-processor
  • large Smart TV in lounge, TVs in bedrooms, Unmetered 4G WiFi, Bose sound system, DVD/BluRay, Sky TV (Freeview only), CD player and aux cable
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking space beside lodge
  • Wraparound decking with sunken hot tub, Weber gas barbecue and patio furniture with cushions
  • Well-behaved pets welcome (small charge for additional cleaning)
  • Sorry, no smoking throughout (owner is allergic)
  • Shop and pub 3.3 miles, supermarket 6 miles
  • Private fishing in nearby lake
  • Note: No children under 7
  • Note: Waterproof dog bed supplied
  • Note: Exclusive access to fishing and nature lakes, gas barbeque, washer/dryer
  • Note: Unperfumed/hypoallergenic cleaning products and cotton/organic cotton bed linen
  • Note: Waterproof dog bed supplied
  • Note: Outside tap for rinsing wetsuits, bikes etc

The property

Situated in a peaceful private site just outside of the village of Woolfardisworthy and surrounded by countryside and mature shrubs is Lodge 27, a single-storey lodge, ideal for friends, couples, or a family with older children.

Nature lovers will love exclusive use of Clifford lakes, with nature-watching and inclusive private coarse fishing, making this property unique for the area.

There are also forest tracks for walking and cycling in the nearby forest plantations.

There are plenty of walking/cycling trails within easy reach, with the Tarka Trail southern loop incorporating the longest continuous off-road cycle path in the UK, and the northern loop taking in some amazing coastal views.

Slightly further afield are the Camel Trail and Granite Way.

Perfect for adventurers or those wishing just to unwind, this lodge has a sunken hot tub for those moments of relaxation, as well as a wealth of home comforts.

Step inside and find the open-plan living space, home to an array of appliances to make this holiday home the ideal home-from-home; the well-stocked kitchen provides space for cooking, while the dining area means you have somewhere to plan your day.

From here, the sitting area hosts plenty of options for your entertainment, including Sky TV and a Smart TV, as well as another sofa conveniently positioned facing the charming outdoor space.

Both bedrooms have TVs so you can sleep in on lazier mornings, along with plenty of storage to unpack your belongings.

Completing the interior is a spacious bathroom with a bath with hooks for your wetsuits, and a walk-in shower so you have the option to soak or quickly rinse the sand off.

Outside will really entice you with its decking and sunken hot tub; enjoy a long soak before dinner al fresco at the dining table, cooked on the barbecue.

Nature lovers will love this area; nature-watching and private fishing in the nearby lake make this property unique for the area, as well as forest tracks for walking and cycling.

For days out, why not make your way to Bude Canal which has excellent wheelchair and bike access, or the secluded Docton Mill Gardens and Tearooms.

Be sure not to miss Speke Mouth with its spectacular waterfall, the beautiful Sandymouth to Bude 5km stretch of sandy beach at lower tides, and its magnificent cliffs and other rock formations.

You can also find the wreck of the SS Belem within reach by car, Clovelly with its steep lanes and harbour, and not to forget the inland attractions of Dartmoor National Park, the Eden Project and the South coast secluded inlets for the adventurous to discover!

Choose Lodge 27 for an exciting trip to Devon.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £300.

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About the location

WOOLFARDISWORTHY

Cranford 1.6 miles; Bideford 8 miles; Barnstaple 17 miles.

The small village of Woolfardisworthy, known locally as Woolsery is situated in the heart of North Devon, offering a local shop. Nearby Hartland Forest encompasses hundreds of acres of Forestry Commission woodland, whilst just 5 miles away lies the village of Clovelly, renowned for its flower-strewn cottages and steep cobbled footpath leading down to the 14th Century harbour. Much of the seashore from Bideford to Bude is part of the National Trust’s Heritage Coastline with its breathtaking walks and dramatic cliffs at Hartland Quay just 6 miles away. water sports enthusiasts are also well catered for, with surfing lessons available at Bude, and the water sports centre at Tamar Lakes

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