Located in Woolsery, Devon
This Finnish-style lodge situated in the Hartland Forest Golf and Leisure Parc is situated two miles from the village of Woolsery in North Devon and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: No
Lodge 48, Hartland Forest is a detached Finnish-style lodge located in the Hartland Forest Golf and Leisure Parc, two miles from the village of Woolsery and thirteen miles from the town of Bideford in North Devon. This all ground floor lodge has three bedrooms, one of which is an en-suite double and also comprises of two twin bedrooms, which means that this lodge can sleep six people. This cottage also has a shower room, and an open plan living area with kitchen area, a dining area and a sitting area. Outside there is a decked patio with furniture and off-road parking for two cars. With beaches and coastal towns only a short drive away, Lodge 48 is a perfect base at any time of year.
Woolsery 2 miles. A detached Finnish-style lodge in Hartland Forest Parc, 13 miles from Bideford. Finished to a high standard, this Woolsery cottage offers well-equipped open plan accommodation on one level. With its own river valley and lakes, this is a wonderful spot for enjoying long walks, and guests will enjoy access to a range of facilities such as a swimming pool, bowling and tennis at nearby Penstowe Manor. Your Woolsery cottage is a great base from which to enjoy Devon's exhilarating coastal landscape and explore all this region has to offer. Local beaches at Sandymouth Bay and Bucks Mill, and the major surfing beaches at Westward Ho! and Bude are easily reached from this Woolsery cottage. Pretty Clovelly and historic Bideford, with its atmospheric pannier market and romantic quayside, are also a short car ride from this Woolsery cottage.
Woolsery, or Woolfardisworthy as it is also known, is a small but pretty village with characterful thatched cottages. In 2012, a tech millionaire, who had family ties to the village, bought the only pub and restored it to its former glory. Now, The Farmers Arms serves wonderful food, with much of the vegetables grown with Woolsery and local ales. This then extended to the fish and chip shop, the village store, 90 acres of farmland to eventually supply all the businesses he had restored. The large manor house is currently being renovated into a luxury hotel and spa. There is a Woolsery weekend every June where gardens are open to the public and the village offers locally produced cream, butter, cheese and ice cream. The Street Fayre happens here every July and includes music, food and lots of activities for children. The village is sandwiched between Clovelly and Horns Cross which has the Milky Way Adventure Park, North Devon Wake Park (Adventure Water Park). Peppercombe Beach at Horns Cross is very picturesque and is just a 12 minute drive away.