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Hartland Lodge 59 | Holiday Park | Devon | Bideford


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Hartland-Lodge-59

Bideford
Devon
EX39 5RA
England

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Woolsery is an attractive village, set within the unspoiled rolling North Devon countryside. The village is bordered by wonderful coastlines and country walks, and its history can be traced back to before the Domesday Book. The heart of the village was built around its Norman Church and there are many small festivals and fairs throughout the year, including the ‘Woolsery Show’, which has been established since the 1800’s. Woolsery is also famous for its cheese. A trip to the local dairy will show you cheeses handmade using traditional methods using fresh goat’s and cow’s milk to produce a range of cheeses, from soft through to hard. Woolsery village is within easy reach of the sandy beaches of Westward Ho and the fishing village of Instow and Appledore. Nearby, you can also visit Clovelly with its steep cobbled streets and Hartland & Stoke with their Abbey and church, whilst surf-enthusiasts will appreciate the well-known surfing centre of Bude.

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Woolsery is an attractive village, set within the unspoiled rolling North Devon countryside. The village is bordered by wonderful coastlines and country walks, and its history can be traced back to before the Domesday Book. The heart of the village was built around its Norman Church and there are many small festivals and fairs throughout the year, including the ‘Woolsery Show’, which has been established since the 1800’s. Woolsery is also famous for its cheese. A trip to the local dairy will show you cheeses handmade using traditional methods using fresh goat’s and cow’s milk to produce a range of cheeses, from soft through to hard. Woolsery village is within easy reach of the sandy beaches of Westward Ho and the fishing village of Instow and Appledore. Nearby, you can also visit Clovelly with its steep cobbled streets and Hartland & Stoke with their Abbey and church, whilst surf-enthusiasts will appreciate the well-known surfing centre of Bude.

Hartland Lodge 59 offers the following facilities. Accommodation and facilities

Full electric thermostatic heating. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, colour TV with Freeview, video, DVD, CD/cassette/radio. All fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Onsite children's play park. Golf course, tennis courts & fishing at extra cost. Cot & highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Decked area with furniture. 1 well behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop & pub 2 miles. Note: Availability of leisure facilities subject to change. Contact Sykes for details. Note: There are unfenced ponds 100 metres from lodge thus children must be supervised.

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    The Property

    Woolsery 2 miles.A detached, luxury, Finnish-style lodge in Hartland Golf and Leisure Parc, 2 miles from Woolsery. Located in the enchanting Hartland Forest, this beautifully furnished property boasts well equipped, open plan living and access to a range of on-site facilities including a fabulous 18 hole golf course (charges made onsite), fishing lakes, all-weather tennis courts and an outdoor children's play area. Ideal for walking and within easy driving distance are the stunning North Devon Heritage Coast and the secluded beaches at Sandymouth Bay and Bucks Mill. Visit historic Barnstaple and Bideford or the charming cobbled village of Clovelly. Bude with its fabulous beaches, indoor swimming pool and bowling facilities is just a 15 minute drive away. A great location for a great holiday!

    All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with ensuite (bath with shower over, basin & WC), 2 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin & WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area (6 comfy seats, 2 extra) & sitting area (6 comfy seats, 2 extra) with sofabed.

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