The Saunton Lodge is part of the Grattons Cedar Lodges in Berrynarbor, Ilfracombe, North Devon. This unique, peaceful, cozy and quaint cedar wood-built holiday lodges have one double sized bedroom that features a wardrobe and one twin-sized bedroom with a bunk bed with a bottom double and single top bunk, a bathroom with an electric shower, open floor plan living space that features a modern kitchen, dining area, and lounge. There is a front door that leads to decking for al fresco dining. The Saunton cabin building is ideal for exploring North Devon. The cabin retreat has two bedrooms and can accommodate up to 4 people with 3 pets allowed. You'll have your choice of one and two-bedroom timber lodges. Amenities include a flat-screen television with Freeview/DVD wifi kitchen to include a microwave, a shower, linens and duvets, towels are not provided, beds made up for you upon arrival, barbecue, highchairs, pets at an additional charge. You'll want to note that due to the steep gradients and steps, this vacation location is not suitable for wheelchair users or persons with limited mobility.
North Devon is best known for its award-winning coastline, much of which is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The golden sandy beaches of the North Devon coast are perfect for swimming, rock-pooling, and surfing. Much of the North Devon coast is considered to be some of the best surfing in the United Kingdom. In this area, you will find verdant valleys, rugged moors, and dramatic coastlines that all demand to be explored giving you plenty of things to do during your vacation. If you enjoy being outdoors, this is the perfect place to visit. During your holiday, you can enjoy a host of thrill-seeking activities to include paddleboarding, kayaking, surfing, and more in the coastal areas or you can get on your bike or go hiking and explore the scenery.
Exmoor in North Devon is full of beautiful wildlife and walking trails, including the famous Exmoor ponies, which wander wild around the moor, or settle down for a picnic following a walk or watch the ponies against the backdrop of the moor. Enjoy the famous Tarka Trail, named after Tarka the Otter. This isn’t just an otter but rather a literary star around these parts, with Lora Doone based in Exmoor and the village of Westward Ho, which got its name from a novel.
North Devon and Exmoor are not only for the outdoorsy types, but the area also has a whole host of amazing attractions to include great local food and drink. Ilfracombe is becoming famous for being a foodie spot and the region also popular with families and holidaymakers, there are plenty of cafes, restaurants, and bars that offer every type of cuisine you could imagine. Whether you want somewhere deep in the countryside, somewhere with an ocean view, something on a budget, or something a little more luxurious, you’ll find a bit of everything and the perfect place to stay in North Devon.
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