Bulworthy Forest Lodges
Devon, England

Details for Bulworthy Forest Lodges

Lodges are situated just a stone's throw from the lake.
Lodges are in a peaceful location.

Set in a woodland area close to the lovely North Devon coast between the towns of Barnstaple and Bideford is the Bulworthy Forest Lodges site. This is a great place to relax and really get away from it all in our tranquil site.

The lodges sleep either four or six people in superb comfort and anglers will appreciate that there are five fishing lakes to choose from offering superb carp and coarse fishing, all at no extra charge. All lodges are tastefully furnished and include television and DVD player. The kitchens are fully equipped with all appliances needed for a relaxing self catering break. Several lodges benefit from having their own private outdoor hot tub for guests to relax in after a day exploring the local area. There is a barbecue for visitors to prepare a meal which can be enjoyed on the outdoor verandah of each lodge.

This area of North Devon is wonderful for water sports enthusiasts there being surfing, kayaking, windsurfing and paddle boarding available at many beaches just a short distance away. Stroll around the delightful fishing villages of Clovelly and Appledore or watch the fishing catches being unloaded at Bideford harbour. Nature lovers should take a boat trip to Lundy Island Nature Reserve to see the many species of wildlife and seabirds which live there. Steam train enthusiasts should head for Parracombe and take ride on the Lynton and Barnstaple Steam railway, a great way to see some of the lovely countryside of the area. Children and adults alike will enjoy the Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park with lots to do and a museum which houses real dinosaur eggs. For a great day out visit The Big Sheep at Bideford with lots of rides and animals to see, there is...

 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
Beds:
  • 2
  • 1
Bedrooms:  3
Sleeps:   6
Speciality:
  • Hot Tubs

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