This property is in a secluded setting on the edge of the owners’ garden and working small-holding with an abundance of farm animals, a perfect base for couples looking to explore and relax.
This charming lodge in the beautiful South Devon countryside is the ideal retreat for couples who want to escape their hectic pace of life. Occupying a rural position two miles from the coastal town of Dawlish, you can make the most of the coast and country either on foot or by bike. Dawlish is a charming town with plenty of eateries and is connected to Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve on the Exe Estuary. You are also 12.5 miles from the picturesque town of Bovey Tracey which lies on the eastern edge of Dartmoor National Park.
Situated in a quiet corner of the owner’s garden on their smallholding, this light and airy lodge offers countryside views and a slice of tranquillity. The open-plan living and sleeping area has large windows that allow light to flood in and create a sense of space. The kitchen has everything you’ll need to cook up a hearty meal, the lounge has two comfy chairs to relax in and the wood burner adds warmth to the whole space during colder months. A separate shower room completes the accommodation, whilst outside, you can enjoy breakfast or an evening BBQ on the terrace overlooking the babbling brook.
For keen walkers, the area is packed with delightful walking routes, including the South West Coast Path (which passes through Dawlish), the Teignmouth to Dawlish railway walk, and many trails on Dartmoor. Cyclists are also catered for, but you may also want to explore the many trails in Haldon Forest (4.5 miles). Transport links are good with trains and ferries linking the many seaside resorts, such as Teignmouth, Exmouth, Torquay and Paignton (all within 20 miles). Or for something more cosmopolitan head into the historic city of Exeter (15 miles).