Dartmoor Lodge located in Honicombe Manor Park near Callington, sleeps up to eight people and has its own private hot tub.
A stay at this Cornwall holiday home includes access to Honicombe Manor Park’s leisure facilities including swimming pools, tennis courts and bar which also serves food.
A stay here is perfect for all ages and for furry friends, too. The views from the lodge are the perfect way to start and end your day, looking out over peaceful countryside.
At A Glance
Indoor Heated Pool
One Dog Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Pub Within 1 Mile
TV with Freeview
Choose to dine in or out at Dartmoor Lodge with its living/dining room with patio doors overlooking the countryside or on the terrace itself where you can also take a dip in the hot tub.
The lodge has four bedrooms; two double and two twins, a bathroom with bath tub and an additional shower room.
A stay here includes use of the site’s leisure facilities which include a mini sauna, swimming pools, tennis courts and beauty treatments.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Callington
Dartmoor Lodge is located within the Tamar Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Tamar Valley’s estuary is rich in wildlife, has a fascinating history to discover and has some of the most beautiful scenery in the West Country.
Explore the area by car or if you’re looking for something for budding rail enthusiasts, hop on board a train along the Tamar Valley Line or set sail on the Tamar Passenger Ferry.
Callington itself is a pretty village where you will find the Callington mural project, a unique project for the Cornwall area where local artists, both amateur and professional, have been invited to paint murals on buildings around the village. Take a walk around with your pooch to see how many you can spot.
There are some local festivals which draw people to the village on an annual basis. The July Carnival is a festive, colourful party, with flowers on display.
At this time of year it is easy to see why the village has won the Britain in Bloom competition. Visit on the first Wednesday in October and you’ll be in time for the Honey Fair which includes honey-based products for sale and a fun fair.
To see Cornwall at its wildest, take a trip to Bodmin Moor. This remote, bleak heather moorland is home to its famous moorland ponies and granite rock formations. Cornwall’s two highest peaks, Rough Tor and Brown Willy are found here.
Rough Tor has seen various excavations which have found over a hundred Bronze Age hut circles, showing just how populated this area was during the Bronze Age. There is also a Neolithic Tor Enclosure and the foundations of a medieval chapel.
A trip to Cornwall isn’t complete without some time on the beach, just half an hour away by car. A hidden gem of a beach which welcomes dogs is Whitsand Bay which has three miles of golden sands, rock pools and at low tide you can even take a walk or ride a horse in the sea.
Dartmoor is an excellent choice for those travelling as a group or with family of all ages.
From tennis to swimming or some serious pampering followed up with home-cooked food at the on-site restaurant or just a long soak in the private hot tub after a walk on the beach, a holiday here is designed to refresh and rejuvenate.
Within easy reach of secluded beaches, historic Plymouth, Bodmin Moor and located in the Tamar Valley, nature is on the doorstep for you and your family to enjoy with fabulous walks to keep your canine friend happy.
The comfortable lodge has plenty of space for everyone to stretch out, whether it’s in their own bedrooms, on the terrace or in the living room on an evening with a good book, your favourite shows on the TV or simply catching up together with good food and a chat.
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