This secluded cluster of Scandinavian style lodges have a fantastic location along fairways of the prestigious Fingle Glen golf course. This location could hardly be better for golfers, but the site is also ideal for families looking for a peaceful holiday base. All of the lodges offer beautiful views of the rolling Devonshire countryside.
Each Fairway lodge boasts spacious living areas featuring pitched cathedral-style ceilings, tasteful furnishings and a contemporary luxurious finish. The added benefit of private hot tubs in Fairway VIP lodges makes this location perfect for the ultimate romantic break!
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor National Park this is an excellent base for exploring the numerous treasures awaiting in the coast and countryside of Devon – the popular south coast and lively seaside resorts are within just 30 minutes' drive offering many attractions for families including parks, gardens and theme parks. The contrasting wild beauty of Dartmoor is also within easy reach and is the perfect place to enjoy a range of outdoor activities.
- Beauty treatments *
- Restaurant and bar
- Driving range *
- Coarse fishing lakes (rod licence required)
- 18 hole golf course *
- Barbecue *
- All facilities available for all dates.
- * Charges Apply.
- Beautifully designed and crafted lodges.
- Outdoor hot tub (in Fairway Lodge VIP only)
- Flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD/CD
- Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine
- Bed linen, duvets and towels
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Verandah with garden furniture
- Double glazed and heated throughout
- Electricity included
- Cots and highchairs free of charge
- Pets £40pw each (max 1)
(in specific Fairway Lodge only)
- All non smoking accommodation
Fairway Lodge VIP
Luxury and contemporary lodge. One double with ensuite shower and one twin. Shower. Spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with leather suite. Outdoor hot tub. Ideal for couples. No pets.
Date of stay: 20th April 2018
Overall maintenance needs a little tlc. Some minor problems eg bathroom sink not draining, broken wardrobe all reported to reception otherwise good accommodation.
Samantha, Pontycymer, Bridgend
Date of stay: 9th April 2018
Fantastic location for a peaceful getaway with close friends. Layout means you have a lot of privacy. Lovely spacious lodge, more than ample facilities inside (full oven, washer/dryer, dishwasher, shower and bath etc). Very clean inside. Hot tub was fantastic, at temperature when we arrived and the chemical levels were checked every day by a member of staff. Love the outside seating area. Will definitely be returning.
Only negative would be that the waitress service in the club restaurant could have been better - staff didn't appear familiar with the drinks available or the menu and they didn't appear to communicate very well with each other. However the food was lovely.
Date of stay: 30th March 2018
Very comfortable lodge
Date of stay: 26th February 2018
Would def go back again !
Date of stay: 19th February 2018
Lovely cabin which is much bigger than it looks, overlooks Hole 1 on the golf course but due to the time of year we visited, this wasn't an issue as until the Monday morning no-one was playing golf.
If you are going to visit a supermarket, I would suggest visiting the Sainsbury's as advised in the guide book - we thought we'd visit a Tesco the same distance away but this took us up in the hills down little one way country lanes & took much longer due to this.
The only issue we found really was there was no tea-towel or anything provided for drying cups / plates & this isn't something we would ever bring as we have stayed in a lot of This companies properties & a tea-towel has always been provided, there was only 1 baking tray for the oven - could do with one or two more & all of the symbols have rubbed off the oven so it's quite difficult to figure out what setting you have got it in - we put food in and hoped for the best.
The hot tub is brilliant - biggest one we've ever had, wasn't fully hot until around 11pm on the first night due to it being fully drained as the last people had got glass in it. Not sure how when plastic wine & pint glasses are provided for use in the tub.
Nice little place & good for the money we paid - we'd go back for the same price.
Gail, Gillingham Dorset
Date of stay: 5th February 2018
Date of stay: 9th October 2017
Would definitely come back and recomend to others
Date of stay: 23rd September 2017
The only problem with cabin was that the bath tap was broken and so we couldn't have a bath
Date of stay: 18th September 2017
Definitely recommend Fingle Glen for a weekend break
Date of stay: 26th August 2017
Good size lodge with great views. There kitchen wasn't stocked with all of the utensils we have had in other lodges. Double bed was two singles pushed together, the headboards overlapped and weren't fixed on.
Lovely lodge , good value for money, a little bit out of the way but plenty of places to drive to.
We visited Fingle Glen Lodges in April and had a fab time. Our lodge was very spacious, clean and tidy and had everything we needed! We especially enjoyed the hot tub. There are lots of shops and days out within a 20 min drive. We would definitely recommend Fingle Glen Lodges and we will be returning!
Ideal for a wkd break, getting booked in was straight forward we were in the lodge within 5 minutes of arriving and the lodge itself was already cosy warm and clean , couldn't fault the hot tub either. All the staff I spoke to were polite and friendly, would def go back again .
We were very happy with the lodge and surrounding area. The hot tub was nice and the staff were really nice. We will look to cone here again
This is our 2nd time staying here, a beautiful place and the lodges are fab - roomy and clean with everything you need.
Restaurant food is excellent and staff more than helpful and pleasant.
If you just want to park up and not have to drive there is a bus stop just outside which takes you into Exeter city centre which is great.
Will definitely be returning again ðŸ¤—
Only disappointment was being there with the family and having no option other than Valentine's set menu to eat in bar on the evening!
we had a wonderful break and hope to visit again next year !
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 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.