A brand new kitchen and shower-room have recently been installed. With outstanding views, peace and tranquillity abound in the beautiful rolling hills of the Devon countryside. The perfect lodge for your pets too – The Ruby Trail is accessible through our fields and there’s plenty of room in the surrounding fields to exercise your dog. A new veranda which incorporates a dog-friendly gate was installed during 2019.
Brambles is a beautiful self-catering lodge which sleeps four (1 Double 1 Twin) and can also take a young child in a cot or toddler bed if required. It is the most secluded having its own access track and benefits from open land to the side.
Stunning views and pet friendly, Brambles at Dartmoor View Lodges welcomes up to 2 dogs as well. 7/14 night bookings are available in Brambles, Saturday to Saturday in mid/high season, and flexible start and finish days for weeks or short breaks in low season.
Buttercups is an extremely comfortable self-catering holiday lodge with outstanding south-facing views of Dartmoor and is in the middle of the three lodges. The lodge had a new kitchen installed during 2017 and is pet-friendly and welcomes up to 2 well-behaved dogs. There’s plenty of room around the lodge and in the neighbouring fields to exercise your dog.
The shower room upgrade was completed late 2017 and the gated veranda was renewed early 2018.
The main bedroom has a double bed and the second bedroom is a twin and can also be configured to take a small child in a cot/toddler bed.
Bluebells is a lovely self-catering lodge at Dartmoor View Lodges, which has always been a ‘non-pet zone’. A brand new kitchen was installed in 2017 and a shower-room upgrade has just been completed. The veranda upgrade was also completed during 2018.
The main bedroom has a kingsize bed and the second bedroom is a twin but can be configured to also accommodate a small child in a cot/toddler bed.
It has outstanding views of Dartmoor 10 miles away and all of the beautiful countryside in between. Situated in a part of Devon that enjoys some of the blackest night skies in the UK due to very little light pollution.