- Swimming pool
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Games Room
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
6 Customer Reviews
"This bungalow is not suitable for the elderly or infirm, and this should be stated in the information."
The parking space has a very deep kerb to mount when exiting, and is up a hill from the property, with nowhere to unload near the bungalow. This definitely spoilt the beginning and end of our holiday, as it was very heavy rain, and all our luggage and supplies got soaked, as did we. It was impossible to clean when leaving, as nothing in the way of sprays for bath, toilet, floors, or kitchen were provided. Also, although tea, coffee, milk and sugar were kindly provided, there was no coffee pot, no chopping board, and no salt andpepper - all usually provided in all the many self-catering properties I've stayed in over the years. Such a shame, as the bedrooms and living areas were beautiful with impeccable linen.
"Lovely rural retreat."
A second cloakroom would have been appreciated as there were 5 adults and 2 children!!
"Super comfy beds, good quality bedding and pillows (also immaculate when I stripped them at the end of the week)."
Had everything we needed and a great location. Pool was immaculate and good system in place to not be overcrowded. Overall really happy (family 2 adults 3 children). Park has a fab view we had a picnic down there while the kids played. Would highly recommend
"Enjoyable week in Devon."
Lovely woodland walks, near Dartmoor & the coast. Quiet location & my husband enjoyed the pool . Comfortable accommodation & pleasant staff around the site
"Accommodation overly minimalistic and not very warm."
Wish we had realised that we would even need to purchase salt and pepper. Expensive for what it was and we were very happy to find ourselves in very comfortable pub accommodation the night after we left, for less money with a lovely breakfast included.
"A very comfortable and well equipped bungalow."
Fantastic staff on site. All were helpful towards us in difficult circumstances, my husband having mobility problems at the time. Harcombe House is perfect for anyone wanting lovely quiet countryside walks with a very high chance of seeing wildlife, particularly deer. The Stables cafe was a real bonus with good coffee and cakes. We didn’t have lunch but people who did were obviously enjoying their meals. Again, great staff.
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- Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, and basin (no DC)
- Cloakroom with basin and WC
- Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area
- Utility cupboard
- External shared games room
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, freezer
- TV, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair available
- Off-road parking for 2 cars
- Bungalow benefits from its own patio area with picnic bench
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking, e-cigarettes or vapes unless in a permitted area
- Shop 2.7 miles, bar on-site
- Note: Guests have access to a games room, children's play area, on-site bar area, indoor pool, woodland walks, bar area, 2 x fishing lakes, gym, tennis courts, restaurant, laundrette
- Note: The park and facilities on offer have limited times and some facilities need to be booked in advance at reception
- Note: Some facilities are 18+ only
- Note: The site is accessed via a single track and up a slight hill
- Note: Check-in from 4pm, check-out by 10am
- Note: No bikes, scooters and skateboards are permitted on-site
- Note: Registered assistance dogs are accepted at sites with registration paperwork, however, they will need to adhere to on-site rules and not be left alone in the property
- Prior agreement from centres will be required
- Paperwork is required to be submitted at the time of final payment to arrival
- Note: No facilities to charge electric cars on site
- Note: Use of plug sockets and extension leads is not allowed
- Note: Barbecues are allowed on the patio only, not on grass or picnic benches
- Note: No stag, hen or similar parties
- Note: Please bring extra towels for swimming
- There will be no facilities open onsite between 24/12/23 - 06/01/24 ( swimming pool , bar, launderette, cafe )
Tucked away on the 320-acre Harcombe House estate in Chudleigh, Devon, is this wonderful three-bedroom bungalow, Harcombe House Bungalow 4.
Enjoying a fabulous setting with easy access to the Dartmoor National Park and Devon’s stunning coastline, along with a plethora of on-site activities, including a restaurant, games room, swimming pool, gym and tennis court, Harcombe House Bungalow 4 is the perfect place to begin your Devon adventure.
Be welcomed into the light and airy open-plan living space, where you can look forward to evenings relaxing on the plush corner sofa in front of a much-loved film on the TV, or rustling up mouth-watering meals in the well-equipped kitchen, ready to enjoy at the dining table for six or alfresco out on your private patio.
After dinner, soothe tired muscles with a soak in the bath or rinse off under the overhead shower in the well-appointed bathroom.
There is also a handy cloakroom so there is no need to worry about those morning queues for the bathroom!
As the evening grows darker, retire to one of three well-presented bedrooms, a double and two twins, where you can snuggle up with your favourite book or catch up on some much-needed rest.
Treat your loved ones to a break at Harcombe House Bungalow 4.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 1088001, 1088113, 1088114, 1088116, 1088117, 1088118, 1107646, 1107647, 1088120, 1088121, 1088122, together sleeping up to 71 guests.
Choose a holiday that helps others.
This property is part of The Fire Fighters Charity, and the profits they make from your booking will help fund the health and wellbeing support they provide for people in the UK fire and rescue services community.
You can learn more about the Charity at www.firefighterscharity.org.uk.
The Harcombe House Bungalows
The Harcombe House Bungalows consists of 12 beautifully-presented bungalows resting within 320 acres of glorious woodland in a magnificent Grade II listed centre for the Fire Fighters Charity, near the idyllic village of Chudleigh, Devon. This collection offers light and airy open-plan living spaces, contemporary décor and furnishings, off-road parking, gardens with furniture, perfect for alfresco dining, and a wealth of on-site facilities, including access to a games room, indoor swimming pool, café, restaurant, tennis court, gym, launderette, children’s play area, woodland walks, and two fishing lakes, making them a lovely base for friends, families and couples seeking a relaxing getaway. If you fancy venturing off-site for the evening, why not treat your loved ones a tasty meal at the popular Highwayman’s Haunt or Bishop Lacy, order in from a good selection of takeaways, or stock up on essentials at the well-stocked convenience stores. For a wider selection of amenities, head over to Newton Abbott, home to the Newton Abbot Races which take place from March to October, along with the Newton Abbot Town and GWR Museum, and Decoy Country Park. For scenic hikes and bike rides, make your way into the Dartmoor National Park, where you can wander up tors, soak up the sights of ancient woodlands and waterfalls, and tour National Trust sites. For a taste of city life, why not head to Exeter, where you will find a magnificent cathedral, Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, Exeter Historic Guildhall, and Clifton Hill Golf Driving Range. A getaway to Devon doesn’t get much better than with a stay at The Harcombe House Bungalows.
About the location
- Newton Abbot 7.6 miles
- Exeter 10.9 miles
- Torquay 14.4 miles
Chudleigh is an ancient wool town resting in the Teignbridge District area of Devon, with plenty of history and scenic sights to explore at any time of year. The town has history dating back to the Saxon times, with many place names from this time still being seen today, as well as historic wonders such as caves at Rock, as well as an Iron Age hillfort overlooking the town. Chudleigh also hosts a good range of amenities, including two pubs, an English restaurant, convenience stores, quaint shops, and much more to assist on a self-catered stay. The Teign Valley is a dramatically steep wooded valley to the Eastern flank of Dartmoor National Park between the villages of Dunsford in the North and Chudleigh to the South. The villages of Christow, Lower and Higher Ashton, Dunsford and Hennock are peaceful locations for holidays with beautiful scenery all around with hills, fields, rivers and stunning thatched cottages. The entire area in and around Chudleigh is a walker's paradise with magnificent views to be admired. If you’re feeling a little more energetic then you could try your hand at rock climbing, go kayaking on the nearby River Teign, mountain biking or trekking around the location and beyond. Spend a day in the tradition seaside town of Dawlish, perfect for relaxing beach days with a variety of family-friendly attractions and amusements, while The Lawn and Brook is where you can find the famed majestic black swans. Spend a day in the ancient town of Exeter, with its wonderful City Walls encompassing its centre as well as the wonders of its Gothic cathedral, Exeter Castle, and many more landmarks awaiting to be discovered. With easy access into the Dartmoor National Park, and within easy reach of all of the excitement of Newton Abbot, Torquay and Paignton, there's no better choice than a trip to Chudleigh to explore the coast and countryside of Devon.
Please note the Charity sites allow for a quiet, relaxing stay. We ask that you respect and do not disturb our other guest.
There will be no facilities open onsite between 24/12/23 - 06/01/24 ( swimming pool , bar, launderette, cafe )
This property offers the following short breaks: