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Oak Lodge

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Oak Lodge is a stylish, contemporary home, which is full of the "wow factor" with a wonderfully light and airy feel throughout. Impressive architecture, combined with a warm and genuine welcome ensures a relaxing and rewarding stay. Our bed and breakfast is extremely clean, comfortable and spacious, providing a personal and individual service. We overlook the historic town of Stratton, and are ideally situated to discover all that North Cornwall and Devon have to offer, from the Moors to the Shores. Whether you are a walker, cyclist, golfer, beach lover, or just want to relax there is something here for everyone. Open all year round, and welcomed by your friendly hosts, Phill & Julie Stone. Architecturally designed to a high standard. The stunning hallway is very spacious, light and airy, with countryside views through the atrium. The dining room has doors that open out on to the decking and garden, so you can choose to dine inside or alfresco. The garden decking is available for guests to sit and relax or enjoy a glass of wine. All rooms are double glazed and have thermostatically controlled heating. Ample off road parking is available. Whether you are looking for an activity holiday with lots of things to do and see, or a break away from it all with your family, Bude offers it all. It is the perfect base to explore both Cornwall and North Devon and be tempted by fantastic activities and a wealth of places to visit within easy reach. It is a place where you can be as active and adventurous as you like, or simply unwind, whilst watching the Atlantic rollers sweep onto the shores.

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