Valley View Lakes and Lodges
Valley View Lakes and Lodges in Bideford has 4 charming lodges in the spectacular Devon countryside. Set at the bottom of a secluded valley, the lodges are positioned along the edge of the park's two fishing lakes. The grounds extend to 8.5 acres in total, with guests able to walk along the banks of the river, which borders the property and meanders through the wonderful natural woodland.
Kingfisher and Heron Lodgessleep 4+2 (fold out bed in lounge) with private hot tub: The Canadian style lodges are located right on the edge of the larger of our two lakes, with uninterrupted views over the water from the lounge and its veranda, as well as both the twin and double bedrooms. The lodges are decorated in natural colours to create a modern contemporary style. They feature full double-glazing and central heating so can be enjoyed in warmth and comfort whatever the weather. The open plan lounge and dining room have comfortable sofas, 42’’ flat screen TV, DVD player and lovely oak style dining with 6 high backed leather chairs. The contemporary fully equipped kitchen comes with all the appliances expected of high-quality accommodation: fresh white units sit alongside the stainless steel hob, oven and extractor and contrast the clean white units. The kitchen features a washing machine, full-size dishwasher, large fridge freezer and microwave oven. There is also a family shower room. Outside is a superb decking area, perfect for relaxing with a morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening.
Mallard and Moorhen Lodgessleep 4, with private hot tub: Completed in May 2010, these superb timber clad lodges are located along the edge of the trout lake, with views over the water from the lounge, bedrooms and large decked area. The lodges are decorated in natural colours to create a modern contemporary style. They feature full double-glazing and central heating so can be enjoyed in warmth and comfort whatever the weather. The open plan lounge and dining room have 2 chocolate brown leather sofas. 42’’ LCD flat screen TV and DVD/CD player with Freesat system. The dining area has a beautiful oak style dining table with 4 high backed dining chairs, perfect for wining and dining. The fully equipped kitchen has excellent facilities: washing machine, full-size dishwasher, large fridge freezer and microwave oven. We also have a lovely family bathroom. Outside is a dazzling decked area on the edge of the lake with a private hot tub. There is also a picnic bench and BBQ area to enjoy on a warm Summer’s day.
Visiting Bideford & Exploring DevonWe are the perfect base from to explore many attractions. Bideford is both a thriving market town and working port with much to offer visitors to the region. There is a historic Pannier market dating from 1883, Victoria Park with its open-air pool and play facilities. There is a wide range of shops, bars restaurants & a tremendous range of visitor attractions for young and not so young. Bideford Quay enjoys an expansive water frontage where you can watch the comings and goings of various vessels. It is also the departure point to Lundy Island, which lies 11 miles of the coast, attracting large numbers of visitors interested in walking, bird watching and naturalists who enjoy the wildflowers. If you enjoy a little retail therapy, you may want to head for Atlantic Village a large factory outlet store located on the edge of town, where there are 37 stores offering leading brands at up to 50% discount. The centre also includes a food court and a family adventure park, all with free parking. There are many exhibitions at the Burton Art Gallery throughout the year, and the local theatres in Barnstaple and Ilfracombe have a wide range of shows throughout the summer. The Tarka trail cycle path must not be missed taking in the breathtaking scenery and many great places to stop for lunch or refreshments. Between Bideford and Barnstaple why not visit Instow a lovely beach good food and great views of the estuary.
In nearby Exmoor, there is wooded valleys, heather topped hills and amazing coastal scenery of Exmoor. One of Britain’s smallest National Parks, you’ll see more wildlife than people. Its 250 square miles of the stunning countryside has plenty of space for everyone, including Exmoor ponies, red deer and an ancient breed of horned sheep.
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Rates: £490 to £1120 per week depending on the season.
Maximum of 6 people.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
Wi-Fi is available but limited due to location.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.
Short Breaks Available From November To April.Please Phone For Latest Offers And To Book
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Some of the Amenities available are:Disabled Facilities
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
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