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Kentisbury Grange Country Park Lodges
Kentisbury lodges are a cluster of exceptional lodges set in a stunning location on the edge of Exmoor National Park. With panoramic views and plenty of luxurious facilities, the lodges provide an ideal base from which to explore this gorgeous landscape.
The park itself has a bar and restaurant, as well as cycle hire*.
The Coach House Restaurant by Michael Caines is on site and offers excellent dining, while Devon’s abundant attractions are within easy reach. This park has a Bar and a restaurant
Please note: All facilities available for all dates. *Charges apply.
Kentisbury Grange Country Park accommodation
A superb collection of state of the art lodges, all designed to an exceptional standard. Perfect for special occasions and family holidays.
Spacious and comfortable, the lodges boast lots of fabulous touches. Roll-top baths, mood lighting and glass atrium ceilings all add to the sumptuous comfort. While large, bi-fold patio doors lead onto a secluded outside decking area, complete with furniture and hot tub. What better way to unwind and bask in the wonderful surroundings?
There is a TV in every bedroom, and a TV with Freeview and DVD player in the main living space, as well as and iPod dock and Wi-Fi. So guests will be more than entertained, even on chilly evenings or rainy days.
General amenities include microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine.
Rent includes bed linen, duvets and towels, as well as gas and electricity.
PLease note: Group bookings may be subject to restrictions. No pets. All non smoking accommodation.
Kentisbury Grange Country Park surrounding area
The surrounding area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, and there are plenty of beautiful walking trails right on the doorstep. If you fancy venturing further afield, the Tarka Trail that follows the River Torridge to the estuary at Instow is fairly flat and safe for children to cycle. While the Coast to Coast route links Ilfracombe on the North coast with Plymouth on the South coast for a distance of 102 miles. Mostly traffic free, the route boasts wonderful views of beaches and estuaries, lush valleys and the dramatic moorlands of Dartmoor.
The coastline of the area is varied and lovely. Bucks Mills Beach is a picturesque, secluded beach, found in a rocky cove that makes a great spot for a peaceful afternoon fishing. While Lynmouth Bay is a popular destination with surfers, and the village itself is delightful to spend a couple of hours wandering around.
Elsewhere, there are plenty of family-friendly historical sights to discover. A particular highlight is Torrington 1646, where you will be guided by colourful 17th Century characters, dressed in period costume and speaking and acting as though they were living at the time of the civil war battle. Children will love trying on the heavy armour in the Royalist encampment.
Finally, return to the luxurious comfort of your lodge, relax with a drink in the hot tub and mull over all the delights you have discovered.