The Lodge is a delightful detached Edwardian Country House, built in the early 1900's and set in over an acre of beautiful mature gardens. Awarded Four Star Guest accomodation by Visit Britain
The hotel is situated in the sleepy picturesque village of Berrynarbor which has numerous accolades for "Britain in Bloom" and "Best kept village" with it's olde world tea shoppes, 17th Century "Ye Olde Globe " and wealth of quaint cottages close by, famous for it's "Flower Pot Men" This is certainly the place to stay if you want a peaceful, quiet and relaxing holiday.
Walk the South West Coastal Path or stroll in the breathtaking scenery of the Sterridge Valley. Historic towns for shopping, quaint villages for cream teas, and some of the best beaches in the country at Woolacombe & Croyde Bay.A short distance is the Exmoor National Park, and Lorna Doone country.
Family owned and run The Lodge rooms are decorated to the highest standard with , Complimentary WI FI, LCD colour televisions and tea & coffee making facilities. Our philosophy is to offer a great service, wonderful food, comfortable accommodation and a good selection of wines and beers in a relaxed and informal manner. This philosophy has continued to the present day and customers return time and time again to enjoy The Lodge and has now been awarded a Trip Advisor "Certificate of Excellence"
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Barnstaple - Road: From Barnstaple
Take the Lynton/ Lynmouth Road . (A39) - About 800 yds past the hospital turn left on to the B3230
signposted Muddiford and Ilfracombe.
When in Muddiford about 400yds past the Muddiford Inn take a right up Whitefield Hill signposted Combe Martin/ Berrydown.
About 3 miles turn right (Straight on) onto the A3123 go past the junction on right about 400yds (which goes on to South Molton/Lynton) and take the next left about 200yds farther on to Berrynarbor.
Approx 2 miles
The Lodge Country House
Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum