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Lee, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 8LN, United Kingdom
Tel: 01271 879477

Two newly built timber holiday lodges set in five acres of landscaped and woodland grounds with sea views over Lee Bay near Ilfracombe in beautiful North Devon. Well appointed with double glazing and central heating. Fitted kitchen with full electric cooker, microwave, toaster etc, flat screen TV with freeview.

There is a laundry between the two lodges with washing machine and tumble dryer. Each lodge sleeps four in two double bedrooms. Bedlinen included in the price as is heating and electricity.

Open all year adults only, no children or dogs.

For a peaceful holiday in a tranquil setting with scenic views over the Fushia valley and the sea providing inspiration for artists, photographers and wildlife lovers. Beautiful in all seasons with spring woodland flowers, teeming with birdlife, squirrels and the occasional deer.

Room/unit types


Gradings & Awards

  • Local Inspection

Establishment Features

  • Car Parking - On Site
  • Credit/Debit Cards - Mastercard & Visa
  • Garden/patio for guests´ use
  • Ground Floor Accommodation
  • Linen available Free of charge
  • Sea Views
  • Short Breaks
  • Washing/drying Facilities

Driving directions

From the Mullacott Cross roundabout, which can be reached from either Barnstaple via Braunton, or from the A399 via Combe Martin and Ilfracombe, take the B3343 to Woolacombe and Mortehoe. About one and a quarter miles after leaving the roundabout look out for a fairly inconspicuous turning to the right. (It has recently been marked with some reflective posts) opposite the turning there is a sign Lee, Lincombe. Take this road which is the B3231 continue along this road passing over an ex-railway bridge, Lee Bridge, which crosses the Tarka Trail. Continue along this road until a give way sign is reached. At this point turn left following the sign Lincombe Lee. The road passes through Lincombe and descends the hill into Lee. Pass a converted chapel on the right and round the S bend. After approximately 25 yards you will see a sign on the right marked Woodstock-Ivy Bank. Turn in here and go up the steepish drive. You will find us at the top and we may just have got the kettle on.Nearest train station is Barnstaple.

Limited bus service.


TypeMax peopleName
Sleeps up to 44Lodge 1
Sleeps up to 44Lodge 2
Tariff nameRoom / unit type
TariffSleeps up to 4From £299.95 per week 


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As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per unit per week for self-catering accommodation. Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.


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