Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
If you are looking for a holiday lodge on the North Devon coast then look no further than Buzzard Lodge at Hartland Forest. The lodge is in Hartland which is near Clovelly and is only a few miles from the wonderful coast, beaches and North Devon National Parks. The lodges are privately owned and are on a country estate which has fishing lakes and a private members only golf course. Peace, quiet and relaxation are guaranteed when you choose to take some time out here.
Buzzard Lodge is all on the ground floor and has a living/dining room and kitchen area and wooden floors throughout. There are two bedrooms and one is a double with en-suite bathroom with a shower over bath, the other bedroom is a twin. There is another bathroom with shower over the bath and features include electric heaters, electricity, bed linen & towels all provided.
If you enjoy fishing then bring your rods as a fishing permit is provided with the accommodation. Outside is a decking area with outdoor furniture and there is parking at the lodge. Some of the other features of Buzzard Lodge include Wi-Fi, Freeview TV, DVD and well equipped kitchen area. The fishing lakes are unfenced. A week stay at Buzzard Lodge costs from £378 and there is a choice of three night weekend breaks and four night short breaks. Under two miles from the lodge is a shop and a pub that serves food.
For days out you really are spoilt for choice in this part of North Devon and nearby there are the stunning beaches at Woolacombe, Westwood Ho!, Croyde Bay and Saunton Sands (to name a few). The Exmoor National Park is a perfect place to spend days out as is the beautiful Dartmoor National Park. Enjoy a wide range of sports and leisure activities in the local and surrounding area including biking, fishing, golf, horse riding and a wide range of water sports from surfing to kayaking.
Buzzard Lodge sleeps up to four people and is pet friendly with one dog allowed to stay in the accommodation with you. The lodges are available to book throughout the year.