High Bickington 2 miles.
A charming lodge in a small modern resort, set within mature woodland in the beautiful Taw Valley.
This lovely lodge is an ideal base for ramblers being close to the Tarka Trail and for enjoying a range of outdoor pursuits.
There is an open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a sitting area together with a ground floor cloakroom.
Upstairs there are two en-suite bedrooms, each with access to a balcony with furniture which overlooks the woods.
Take a stroll from the front door amongst the forest down to the River Taw.
Explore one of the many local villages where you will find plenty of shops, pretty inns and farm food delicacies or take yourselves down to one of the spectacular sandy beaches in the area.
Why not visit the fishing port of Appledore or the fishing village of Clovelly?
There are many villages within the area for you to stop at and explore.
A lovely lodge with plenty to see and do in the area.
Two double bedrooms with en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC and balcony with furniture). Ground floor basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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About the location
Umberleigh 5 miles; Chulmleigh 9 miles; Barnstaple 9.5 miles.
The small rural North Devon village of High Bickington is set in the area known as 'Tarka country'. On a ridge above the Taw Valley boasting views towards Exmoor and Dartmoor, the village offers a Post Office, two pubs, a holistic beauty salon and Libbaton golf course. The small village of Umberleigh is only five miles away and has a railway station where trains run on the Tarka Line to Barnstaple or Exeter. Within driving distance is the historic town of Great Torrington, where you will find independent shops and Dartington glassworks where visitors can watch in wonder at the glassblowers, plus on the outskirts of town is Rosemoor, a garden of national importance with forty acres to delight and inspire a wide range of visitors. This area of North Devon has something for everyone including country walks, fishing and golf, as well as good access to a selection of wonderful beaches.