Tucking River Lodge
Located in Lynton, Devon
Tucking River Lodge is a detached waterside cottage in Martinhoe near Lynton, Devon and can sleep two people in one bedroom and is pet-friendly.
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
Tucking River Lodge is an attractive detached lodge resting beside the river Heddon in Martinhoe near Lynton, Devon. Hosting a double bedroom, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to two guests. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is off-road parking for one car and a rear garden with furniture. For a peaceful getaway in Devon, choose Tucking Lodge
In the spectacular Heddon Valley, Martinhoe is situated between Combe Martin and Lynton. Here you'll find this lovely detached cottage, Tucking River Lodge. In a secluded riverside spot within Exmoor National Park and a stone's throw away from the Devon coast, Tucking River Lodge is a cosy home-from-home for a couple looking for a peaceful escape.
Be welcomed by a welcoming open-plan living space with big picture windows looking out over the adjacent river Heddon. Cosy up with your loved one on the comfortable sofa. The kitchen is equipped with everything you'll need to rustle up a romantic dinner for two, to be enjoyed at the neat dining table with stools. In the evening head up the open tread stairs to bed in a welcoming double room. Enjoy the peacefulness of your secluded location and take in the beautiful views of the valley from the comfort of the rear garden.
There is plenty to do without having to stray far from the cottage; stroll along Heddon River to Heddon's Mouth Beach and bask in the sun, before venturing to the close-by Hunter's Inn for a delicious lunch as you spot the resident peacocks! Spend the day in Combe Martin and find the rest of your amenities, before getting up close to the animals in the local Wildlife & Dinosaur Park or sunbathe on the town's handful of beaches; if you're an excursion-lover, be sure to take advantage of the town's extensive walking trails, including West Country Walks's hiking area.
Head to the picturesque Lynton where you can take a ride on the water operated cliff railway to the charming harbour at Lynmouth, where the views en-route are truly breathtaking. You may wish to walk to the spectacular setting of the Valley of Rocks, which is about a mile walk from Lynton.
Make the most of your location in Exmoor National Park and balance on the ancient Cross Tarr Steps, visit the quaint Working Watermill, and climb up to the highest point of Somerset, Dunkery Beacon. Discover activities along Devon’s coast in Ilfracombe, where you can enjoy a game of putty at the beachside golf course, trek to the observation deck of Capstone Hill, and view the aquatic wildlife in the Ilfracombe Aquarium.
Head further inland to Barnstaple where riverside activities await you or walk the South West Coastal Path to discover more landmarks and picturesque settlements on Devon’s shores.
A relaxing couples getaway is waiting to be experienced at Tucking River Lodge
- One double bedroom
- Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area, sitting area
- Electric heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, Wifi, power are included in the rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in the rent
- Off-road parking for 1 car
- Rear garden with furniture
- One well-behaved pet is welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 5⅓ miles, pub300 metres, beach 1 mile
- Note: There is NO TV at this property
- Note: The Wi-Fi is ADSL Broadband with a max speed of 2
- 6 Mbps
- Note: Check-in is from 4pm, check-out by 10am
Lynton is a small coastal town in North Devon within Exmoor National Park really giving you the best of both countryside and coast all in one location. And what a location – breathtaking scenery and stunning coastal views in equally stunning Lynton Holiday Cottages. We have a diverse range of cottages available and if views are important to you then look no further.
Sometimes known as Little Switzerland, the town has a selection of shops, tea rooms, pubs and cafés. The Lyn and Exmoor Museum is full of local history and the steep Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway is a must-visit. The Valley of the Rocks is just one mile from Lynton and is unlike any other valley you will see on the north coast, created during the ice age and marvelled at by visitors ever since. There are numerous walks in the area, as you would expect, with every turn revealing more stunning countryside, coastal views, waterfalls or wildlife including red deer and wild ponies.