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Coombe Wood Lodge
Coombe Wood


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The house is new with all modern facilities and is roomy and comfortable. We endeavour to make all our guests welcome starting with tea and biscuits on arrival. There is also afternoon tea available so that you can come back and relax at any time. We are set in open countryside and have lovely views all around. An excellent Pub/Restaurant is only 2 mins. away. The famous Stannary town of Tavistock is only three miles away and Dartmoor with its National Park is a great place for walkers and sight -seers and we are only 30 minutes from the coast. For those who like history the Victorian living Museum of Morwellham is only a ten minute drive away, with a range of walks, mine rides and ladies in victorian finery. The well known chef Peter Gorton is taking over the running of the Morwellham Quay pub at the living Museum (so well worth a visit). New cycle trails are currently being made locally so there is something for all the family. We have storage and repair facilities for cyclists and plenty of easy parking for the motorist. For those without transport we provide a pick-up service to and from the Tavistock bus station. Well behaved children are welcome and families can be accomodated using the double and twin rooms in conjuction with each other along with our very large family bathroom at a very low rate.

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