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Kingsford Farm Lodges

  • Kingsford Farm Lodges, Longdown, Exeter
  • Kingsford Lodge
  • Kingsford Lodge
  • Kingsford Lodge
  • Kingsford Lodge
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Children 2 - 17
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Just a few miles from lively bustling Exeter and the unspoilt beauty of Dartmoor, Kingsford Farm Lodges is a true rural retreat. Set in 65 acres of woodland with a private fishing lake, it's a great base from which to explore Devon and its many attractions - fabulous beaches, pretty villages and glorious countryside.

There are numerous nature reserves in South Devon, all with impressive varieties of wildlife - spot the dark-bellied brent geese at Exmouth and the red deer at Chapel Wood. You could visit the Donkey Sanctuary at Sidmouth, head to Canonteign Falls, England's highest waterfall, in Exeter, and enjoy on-site fishing all year round.

Kingsford Lodge is a stylish luxury lodge for four people with one king size double bedroom and one twin room. There's a large walk-in shower and French windows lead to a good sized decking area with garden furniture, an outdoor hot tub and beautiful views across the lake. It is also centrally heated.

The Weary Traveller in Cullompton offers hearty country cooking prepared with fresh local ingredients. They also have a Sunday carvery and often host live music at the weekends as well as holding summer barbecues and music parties. Powderham Castle in Exeter is set in an ancient deer park and it's been home to the Earls of Devon for over 600 years.

Our Top Tip
"Picturesque Exeter boasts excellent shopping bars restaurants and river cruises."
Accommodation features
  • A delightful selection of stylish lodges.
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Gas and electricity included
  • No pets
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Kingsford Farm Lodges

Sleeps
4

Kingsford Lodge

Stylish luxury lodge with one king size double and one twin. Large walk-in shower. Centrally heated. French doors leading to decking with furniture and views across the fishing lake. Outdoor hot tub.

Kingsford Farm Lodges Reviews

Brendan, East Grinstead
Date of stay: 16th March 2018
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
My wife and I went to Kingsford Farm Lodge in early March and celebrated her birthday while we were there. We had a lovely time and the accommodation was excellent. Very warm clean and tidy. Although it is not the warmest time of the year we still used the hot tub every day and thoroughly enjoyed it. Debbie was very friendly and very helpful and we will definitely go there again in the future.
Karl, Bristol
Date of stay: 5th February 2018
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
Fantastic location, great facilities and a really relaxing break! Well recommended.
Lewis, Dorset
Date of stay: 3rd January 2018
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
We stayed here for new years and thoroughly enjoyed it. Lovely clean lodges with a very helpful host to boot.

Also a charming welcome from a flock of guinea fowl!
Hannah
Date of stay: 27th December 2017
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
Stayed for the Christmas period and had a lovely relaxing time. Lodge was clean and cosy with everything you could need. Hot tub was great. Owners were very friendly and helpful. Would defintely recommend and would stay again.
Daniel, Wells
Date of stay: 13th November 2017
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
great place everything perfect
Barrie, Cheshire
Date of stay: 4th November 2017
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
Its was great as always, handy for many great places to visit. Lovely hosts.
Emma, Worcestershire
Date of stay: 27th October 2017
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
Simply wonderful. We loved every minute staying in this beautiful lodge.
Kevin, Norwich
Date of stay: 9th September 2017
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
Quiet and relaxing
Lara, Southampton
Date of stay: 7th August 2017
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
Would highly recommend Kingsford Lodge. The whole family really enjoyed it.
Sue, Dunstable
Date of stay: 21st July 2017
Accommodation type: Kingsford Lodge
Had a lovely time. The best Lodge and Park ever stayed on. Lodges looked as new and the grounds were kept spotless by Debbie and her team. Great care taken over recycling and both this and normal waste was collected from the bins daily to avoid litter being attacked by birds! Hot tub was amazing. Mentioned a light in the bathroom was not working and they could not have got onto the case any quicker - giving us an update as soon as they saw us (as fitting not available initially and would be a day's delay).

The Farm down a narrow lane but not a problem and we coped with it when the need arose. The road was made up and not earth and stones/gravel. Sometimes, we could go in and out and not see another vehicle. The SAT NAV took us on narrower roads as we travelled around the county!
Brendan
My wife and I went to Kingsford Farm Lodge in early March and celebrated her birthday while we were there. We had a lovely time and the accommodation was excellent. Very warm clean and tidy. Although it is not the warmest time of the year we still used the hot tub every day and thoroughly enjoyed it. Debbie was very friendly and very helpful and we will definitely go there again in the future.
Steve
I have stayed here several times and never had the slightest problem. Debbie and Mark are always on hand if needed for anything.
Karl
Fantastic location, great facilities and a really relaxing break! Well recommended.
Stuart
Excellent lodges, peaceful and lovely setting, really nice owners.
Steve
Another enjoyable stay Kingsford Farm is highly recommended
Hannah
Stayed for the Christmas period and had a lovely relaxing time. Lodge was clean and cosy with everything you could need. Hot tub was great. Owners were very friendly and helpful. Would defintely recommend and would stay again.
Lewis
We stayed here for new years and thoroughly enjoyed it. Lovely clean lodges with a very helpful host to boot. Also a charming welcome from a flock of guinea fowl!
Sophie
Greeted on arrival, owner very friendly and helpful. Nice, peaceful location. Hot tub was amazing! Perfect weekend away just before christmas.
John
Great to have peace and quiet. Fishing was good,plenty of variety. Cabin had everything (just need to take washing powder and dishwasher tablets),very comfortable, and the hot tub was perfect.
Daniel
great place everything perfect
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Fun Days Out near Kingsford Farm Lodges

The Donkey Sanctuary - about 2 Miles
The Donkey Sanctuary is a working refuge for rescued Donkeys but is also a popular place for a day trip in South Devon. The site will appeal to animal lovers of all ages and gives visitors the chance to meet some of the friendly animals and also learn about the work done at the sanctuary. Visitors will also have the opportunity to adopt a Donkey.
Go Ape Exeter - about 4 Miles
Go Ape is the latest craze sweeping the UK offering thrilling adventure for energetic older children, teenagers and adults. With several sites across the UK, Go Ape aims to bring climbing and swinging fun the masses. The sites attractions include Tree Topping, Cargo Nets, Aerial Swings, Zip Wires and Climbing Walls. Suitable for children over 10 years old. Booking ahead is advised.
This popular adventure park is full of thrills and excitement as well as having loads for younger children to take part in as well. The best theme park rides include the Tidal Wave log flume and Maximus the rollercoaster.  Other fantastic rides include the the New Vortex Watercoaster ride and the Queen Bess pirate ship.  Indoor fun is plentiful too with the Adventure Zone, the Magical Kingdom and Dina's Lost World.
If you are looking for a fun family day out with a difference then a visit to the Hedgehog Hospital is a great choice. While visiting the hospital children can learn about these shy wild animals and the dangers they face in the wild as well as how we can help them. The farm is a halfway house for sick hedgehogs and children can meet some of the animals that are almost ready to go back to the wild. The farm also has a gift shop, a coffee shop and a wildlife garden as well as a pet's area with Rabbits and Guinea Pigs.