|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Trout River Lodge sits on the banks of the river and is beautifully decorated and maintained and is extremely comfortable. You can watch the river from your bedroom or relax on the balcony and listen to the call of the buzzards. Steps lead up to the porch which opens into the hallway with coat hooks and shoe rack. This leads to the large lounge with leather sofa and chairs, flame effect wall heater, gas central heating, TV/DVD and doors leading to the balcony. The dining area has a table and four chairs. The open plan kitchen leads off the lounge and is fully equipped with fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, electric fan oven and hob. The downstairs bathroom has bath, shower mixer taps, basin, wc, washing machine, and is next to the twin bedroom which has loads of storage space. Oak flooring throughout. A stunning oak spiral staircase leads up to a gallery and double bedroom. Outside the balcony has a table and chairs so you can enjoy this very sunny position.
Two luxurious two bedroom lodges sitting on the banks of the River Teign where fallow deer come down to drink and buzzards soar overhead. A truly peaceful setting ideal for a relaxing holiday away from it all. Privately owned, managed and maintained to a high standard these lodges have every comfort. Clifford Bridge Park covers many acres running alongside the river with flower meadow and children’s play area. Deer Valley Lodge has a superb position with no lodges in front or nearby on the west side. Trout River Lodge sits right on the riverbank. Numerous walks can be taken directly from the lodge through National Trust forest to Castle Drogo, Fingle Bridge and Steps Bridge near Dunsford. Further afield the High Moors, Tors and villages of Dartmoor are waiting to be explored. The South Devon coast with its beautiful coves, sandy beaches and estuaries is only an hour away. The beautiful city of Exeter is a short drive away or Plymouth lies across the moors.
The South Devon coast is approx. one hour's drive away. Here you can find
estuaries such as Salcombe, Dartmouth, Teignmouth - ideal for boat trips, sandy beaches like Blackpool Sands with its superb cafe, Bantham - a surfing paradise and Bigbury where you can walk across the sands to Burgh Island. There are also quiet coves and rock pools and for walkers there is the endless coastal path with glorious views of the sea at every step.
Although hidden in this quiet corner of Dartmoor access is very easy. Follow the M5 and then A30 which has a junction at Cheriton Bishop only 10 minutes from the lodges. The port of Plymouth is approximately an hour away and Exeter airport approximately half an hour away by car.
The lodges are located in the Dartmoor National Park. Moretonhampstead with numerous shops, banks, etc. is 10 minutes drive away. Dunsford and Fingle Bridge, both with excellent pubs, are either 10 minutes by car or about one hour by foot along the river. There is a good village shop in Cheriton Bishop 10 minutes by car. Castle Drogo, a National Trust property, is 15 minutes by car or 1.5 hours on foot from the lodges. Chagford and Bovey Tracey are 20 minutes by car.