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Willerby Portland Lodge

Tamar View Holiday Park

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£110,000.00

ABOUT WILLERBY PORTLAND LODGE

2016 Willerby Portland Lodge 40ft x 20ft / 2 Bedroom

24 Year License Remaining (Expiry: September 2048)

Situated on Tamar View Holiday Park, St Ann’s Chapel, Cornwall PL17 8JA

Site Open: 1st March – 31st January

Welcome to your perfect second home at Tamar View Holiday Park in Cornwall, where luxury meets tranquillity in the exquisite Victory Park View holiday lodge. Nestled amidst the stunning landscapes of Cornwall, this lodge offers unparalleled comfort, breath-taking, unobstructed, panoramic south facing views, and a wealth of local amenities.

With an 11-month season, Tamar View provides you, your family, and your friends with a hassle-free base, enjoying a relaxing stay or a beach break without the need for international travel.

Tamar View Holiday Park is a quiet and family-run holiday park, located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Park consists of 50 static caravan and luxury lodge pitches, offering south-facing panoramic views all the way to Plymouth Sound. The Park benefits from a variety of local amenities and attractions on your doorstep, with the wider offerings of Devon and Cornwall only a short drive away!

This holiday lodge is sat on a secluded plot, with unobstructed south facing panoramic views. It includes a large front and side decking, with allocated parking situated behind the lodge with path access.

Stepping inside the Willerby Portland Lodge, you are greeted by a spacious and elegantly designed interior, perfect for relaxation and entertainment. Large sliding glass doors frame picturesque views of the park’s surroundings, flooding the space with natural light and creating an inviting ambiance.

The open-plan living area boasts modern furnishings and state-of-the-art amenities, providing the ideal setting for gatherings with family and friends. Whip up culinary delights in the fully equipped kitchen, complete with high-end appliances and ample counter space for meal preparation.

Retreat to the comfort of the lodge’s bedrooms, each tastefully decorated and designed to ensure a restful night’s sleep. Wake up refreshed and rejuvenated, ready to embrace another day in paradise.

Outside, the lodge is surrounded by pristine landscapes and lush greenery, inviting you to explore and unwind amidst nature’s beauty. Tamar View Holiday Park offers a range of local amenities, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Located in the heart of Cornwall, Tamar View Holiday Park provides easy access to a wealth of attractions and activities, from scenic coastal walks to historic landmarks and charming villages. Whether you’re seeking adventure or simply want to relax and soak up the tranquil atmosphere, this park offers the perfect setting for your second home.

Escape the stresses of city life and immerse yourself in the beauty of Cornwall’s countryside. Your dream holiday lodge at Tamar View Holiday Park awaits, promising endless relaxation and unforgettable experiences amidst stunning natural surroundings.

Please note, you cannot live on-park, you must have a primary residence elsewhere. All lodges are offered as holiday homes.

If you would like to arrange a viewing or discuss in more detail, please contact Chris on 07429 848 451 or email chris@coastandcountryparks.co.uk

MORE INFO

The Park Reception hosts a small convenience shop stocking camping essentials, which include toiletries, gas canisters and camping equipment. We also stock a variety of local produce, soft drinks, snacks, ice creams, preserves, tea and coffee. We like to support local business and have for our customers to purchase Spirits that are distilled on Exmoor, locally produced cider and ales brewed in a short distance away in Chivenor.  We bake pastries, fresh bread and toasted sandwiches to order.

The Retreat offers modern shower & toilet block facilities, these provide free hot showers, touch vanity mirrors and smart energy-saving hairdryers. There is a family bathroom and a shower room, we also have a designated disabled bathroom. The washing up area is indoors, within this area there is a steam dishwasher free for guest use and a freezer for your ice blocks. We also have a launderette.

Wi-Fi included.

Hiding high up amongst the rolling hills of Exmoor and nuzzling the dramatic cliffscape of the North Devon coastline, Lynmouth Holiday retreat settles into the extraordinary backdrop overlooking Lynmouth bay and the gentle buzz of its harbourside town. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or looking to own your own holiday home on site to visit whenever you desire, it’s the perfect place to get away and reset amongst the expansive countryside of Exmoor.

The town of Lynmouth went from a tiny fishing village to a thriving Victorian tourist resort dubbed ‘Little Switzerland due to its rolling hills, sheer cliffs and cascading rivers. Whilst the World around may be ever changing, both Lynton & Lynmouth retain their vintage charm, frozen in the reminiscence of an earlier time, the towns are separated by the highest water powered funicular railway in the World and adjoin the infamous craggy cliffs of The Valley of Rocks.

If the surrounding area was anything to go by, the Retreat itself will certainly not disappoint, with its own dog walking meadow, abundant flora and fauna, spell binding bay views and the South West Coast path sat right on your doorstep, this Coast and Country Park offers an idyllic trip back to nature and simpler times. With its quaint meandering roads, lack of large supermarkets, enchanting hillside valleys and snippets of Victorian trinkets in the way of old cast iron street lamps and red post-boxes, (now turned into lending libraries), Lynmouth Holiday Retreat, like the surrounding area celebrates its enchanting history, natural beauty and varied landscapes at the very heart of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

If this is your first time visiting the area or you’ve been many times before, there are always exciting new discoveries to be made. Explore the wild and unspoilt Exmoor landscape, vast moorland, steep sea cliffscape and secluded river valleys, we’ve listed a few of our personal favourite locations below;

  • Discover Britain’s tallest sea cliffs with golden sands at Combe Martin for a traditional seaside experience.
  • Explore Porlock, a village offering an authentic view into Exmoor life, with quaint village streets and period cottages, leading down to Porlock bay consisting of 2 miles of wildlife rich coastline.
  • Climb up to Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor’s highest point.
  • Visit Ilfracombe, a large coastal town with dramatic cliffs, spectacular seafront and an olde world charm. There are the famous Tunnel beaches, you can Kayak in the harbour or take advantage of the many boat trips, these all combine to make this a popular tourist destination.
  • Ride the Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway, the highest, steepest water-powered Victorian railway in the World
  • Hop over to Dunster Castle, nestled in one of the largest and most complete medieval villages in England, the impressive castle itself is said to date back a thousand years. This is a favourite of ours, you won’t be disappointed!
  • Follow the Goat paths across the Valley of Rocks, home to wild goat herds and wondrous rock formations. The Valley of Rocks boasts some of the most stunning, spectacular scenery you will ever see. Be sure to take your camera.
  • Woolacombe beach boasts miles of uninterrupted sands with enough space for all. It is widely recognised as one of the best beaches in the UK. During the season from April to September Woolacombe has a lifeguard service.
  • Croyde Bay is a sandy beach backed by sand dunes and situated in a bay. Very popular with surfers and body boarders, this beach has a lifeguard service from April to September. The village of Croyde offers a delicious variety of places to eat and on a Thursday has a spectacular locally run craft market.
  • For the children there are many day trips to be had, Exmoor Zoo, The Big Sheep, The Milky Way and Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park to name but a few.
  • Broomhill sculpture garden unifies art and nature, set in an ancient forest it showcases more than 150 pieces of impressive art throughout. There is a restaurant offering locally sourced and seasonal produce.
  • Clovelly is well worth a visit, a timeless village with cobbled streets, meandering down to the tiny harbour. This village is too steep for motor vehicles- wear comfortable shoes.
  • Take a walk to Watersmeet from Lynmouth, along the East Lyn River, it is a walker’s delight, home to a variety of wildlife and stunning all year round.
  • Lynton has a cinema as well as an Art and Craft centre showcasing lots of local art, there is also a second-hand book shop within the Town Hall. Lynton has something for everyone.
  • Lynmouth Hole-in-1 putting green
  • Steam train rides at Woody Bay station
  • Explore Exmoor on horseback with Brendon Manor riding stables
  • Join a Jeep safari and take in the natural landscape including the wild ponies, red deer, elusive otters and rare butterflies.
  • Spend the day out on the water and hire kayaks or paddle boards from OSKC Watersports & Kayak Hire.
  • Take the little ones to Combe Martin’s Wildlife & Dinosaur Park.
  • Have a family beach day at one of North Devon’s Golden beaches.
  • Spend a little time on the wild side at Exmoor Zoo.
  • Visit Funder Island in Woolacombe, this has an 18-hole Crazy Golf course and children’s rides.
  • Ilfracombe aquarium at the harbour in Ilfracombe offers local fish exhibits, feeding demonstrations, a gift shop and a café.
  • Let’s Go in Barnstaple has a laser quest, amusement arcade and 10 lanes of Ten-Pin bowling, great fun for all.
  • Watermouth Castle has maze-like dungeons, underground fountain shows and fair rides, all separated in different fantasy lands.
  •  
  • Charlie Fridays – A quirky and relaxed cafe serving delicious hearty food and outstanding breakfasts!
  • The Beggar’s Roost Inn – Family friendly local pub with great food and atmosphere.
  • Esplanade Fish Bar – Award-winning fish and chips on the harbour side in Lynmouth.
  • The Cracker Barrel – A Family Cafe with a great atmosphere.
  • The Ancient Mariner – A lovely bar overlooking the harbour a great place to eat, drink and relax.
  • The Oak Room – Delicious Spanish tapas in the heart of Lynton.
  • The Hunter’s Inn – A stunning location for an Exmoor Country pub.
  • Nartnapa Thai Kitchen – A delicious example of fresh Thai cooking with onsite craft ales.
  • The Vanilla Pod – Serving food from around the world, the food is excellent, there is a lovely atmosphere and they cater for all dietary requirements.
  • The Greenhouse- Great coffee, smoothies, sweet and savoury treats. This is a lovely, relaxed Coffee shop in the centre of Lynton.
  • Cliff Top Café – Refreshments with a spectacular view over Lynmouth Bay.
  • The Black Venus Inn- A short drive away in Challacombe this stone-built 16th century inn offers a stunning and varied menu.
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For that extra piece of mind when booking your holiday with us, why not consider our Holiday Protection Cover.

For the 2021 holiday season, our Holiday Protection Cover can be purchased, covering your cancellation or changing your booking in the event of any member of your party being unable to travel due to:

  • Sickness
  • Redundancy
  • Jury Service
  • COVID-19 Restrictions

If you are booking online, this will be automatically added, but you can choose to remove the charge during the booking procedure. If you are booking by telephone, as part of our policy, this will be read to you and applied to your booking unless requested.
Please see all T&Cs here

ENQUIRE HERE

If you have any questions, please message us here and a member of our team will answer your query as soon as possible.

ENQUIRE HERE

If you have any questions, please message us here and a member of our team will answer your query as soon as possible.

ABOUT WILLERBY PORTLAND LODGE

2016 Willerby Portland Lodge 40ft x 20ft / 2 Bedroom

24 Year License Remaining (Expiry: September 2048)

Situated on Tamar View Holiday Park, St Ann’s Chapel, Cornwall PL17 8JA

Site Open: 1st March – 31st January

 

Welcome to your perfect second home at Tamar View Holiday Park in Cornwall, where luxury meets tranquillity in the exquisite Victory Park View holiday lodge. Nestled amidst the stunning landscapes of Cornwall, this lodge offers unparalleled comfort, breath-taking, unobstructed, panoramic south facing views, and a wealth of local amenities.

With an 11-month season, Tamar View provides you, your family, and your friends with a hassle-free base, enjoying a relaxing stay or a beach break without the need for international travel.

Tamar View Holiday Park is a quiet and family-run holiday park, located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Park consists of 50 static caravan and luxury lodge pitches, offering south-facing panoramic views all the way to Plymouth Sound. The Park benefits from a variety of local amenities and attractions on your doorstep, with the wider offerings of Devon and Cornwall only a short drive away!

This holiday lodge is sat on a secluded plot, with unobstructed south facing panoramic views. It includes a large front and side decking, with allocated parking situated behind the lodge with path access.

Stepping inside the Willerby Portland Lodge, you are greeted by a spacious and elegantly designed interior, perfect for relaxation and entertainment. Large sliding glass doors frame picturesque views of the park’s surroundings, flooding the space with natural light and creating an inviting ambiance.

The open-plan living area boasts modern furnishings and state-of-the-art amenities, providing the ideal setting for gatherings with family and friends. Whip up culinary delights in the fully equipped kitchen, complete with high-end appliances and ample counter space for meal preparation.

Retreat to the comfort of the lodge’s bedrooms, each tastefully decorated and designed to ensure a restful night’s sleep. Wake up refreshed and rejuvenated, ready to embrace another day in paradise.

Outside, the lodge is surrounded by pristine landscapes and lush greenery, inviting you to explore and unwind amidst nature’s beauty. Tamar View Holiday Park offers a range of local amenities, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Located in the heart of Cornwall, Tamar View Holiday Park provides easy access to a wealth of attractions and activities, from scenic coastal walks to historic landmarks and charming villages. Whether you’re seeking adventure or simply want to relax and soak up the tranquil atmosphere, this park offers the perfect setting for your second home.

Escape the stresses of city life and immerse yourself in the beauty of Cornwall’s countryside. Your dream holiday lodge at Tamar View Holiday Park awaits, promising endless relaxation and unforgettable experiences amidst stunning natural surroundings.

Please note, you cannot live on-park, you must have a primary residence elsewhere. All lodges are offered as holiday homes.

If you would like to arrange a viewing or discuss in more detail, please contact Chris on 07429 848 451 or email chris@coastandcountryparks.co.uk

The Park Reception hosts a small convenience shop stocking camping essentials, which include toiletries, gas canisters and camping equipment. We also stock a variety of local produce, soft drinks, snacks, ice creams, preserves, tea and coffee. We like to support local business and have for our customers to purchase Spirits that are distilled on Exmoor, locally produced cider and ales brewed in a short distance away in Chivenor.  We bake pastries, fresh bread and toasted sandwiches to order.

The Retreat offers modern shower & toilet block facilities, these provide free hot showers, touch vanity mirrors and smart energy-saving hairdryers. There is a family bathroom and a shower room, we also have a designated disabled bathroom. The washing up area is indoors, within this area there is a steam dishwasher free for guest use and a freezer for your ice blocks. We also have a launderette.

Wi-Fi included.

Hiding high up amongst the rolling hills of Exmoor and nuzzling the dramatic cliffscape of the North Devon coastline, Lynmouth Holiday retreat settles into the extraordinary backdrop overlooking Lynmouth bay and the gentle buzz of its harbourside town. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or looking to own your own holiday home on site to visit whenever you desire, it’s the perfect place to get away and reset amongst the expansive countryside of Exmoor.

The town of Lynmouth went from a tiny fishing village to a thriving Victorian tourist resort dubbed ‘Little Switzerland due to its rolling hills, sheer cliffs and cascading rivers. Whilst the World around may be ever changing, both Lynton & Lynmouth retain their vintage charm, frozen in the reminiscence of an earlier time, the towns are separated by the highest water powered funicular railway in the World and adjoin the infamous craggy cliffs of The Valley of Rocks.

If the surrounding area was anything to go by, the Retreat itself will certainly not disappoint, with its own dog walking meadow, abundant flora and fauna, spell binding bay views and the South West Coast path sat right on your doorstep, this Coast and Country Park offers an idyllic trip back to nature and simpler times. With its quaint meandering roads, lack of large supermarkets, enchanting hillside valleys and snippets of Victorian trinkets in the way of old cast iron street lamps and red post-boxes, (now turned into lending libraries), Lynmouth Holiday Retreat, like the surrounding area celebrates its enchanting history, natural beauty and varied landscapes at the very heart of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

If this is your first time visiting the area or you’ve been many times before, there are always exciting new discoveries to be made. Explore the wild and unspoilt Exmoor landscape, vast moorland, steep sea cliffscape and secluded river valleys, we’ve listed a few of our personal favourite locations below;

  • Discover Britain’s tallest sea cliffs with golden sands at Combe Martin for a traditional seaside experience.
  • Explore Porlock, a village offering an authentic view into Exmoor life, with quaint village streets and period cottages, leading down to Porlock bay consisting of 2 miles of wildlife rich coastline.
  • Climb up to Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor’s highest point.
  • Visit Ilfracombe, a large coastal town with dramatic cliffs, spectacular seafront and an olde world charm. There are the famous Tunnel beaches, you can Kayak in the harbour or take advantage of the many boat trips, these all combine to make this a popular tourist destination.
  • Ride the Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway, the highest, steepest water-powered Victorian railway in the World
  • Hop over to Dunster Castle, nestled in one of the largest and most complete medieval villages in England, the impressive castle itself is said to date back a thousand years. This is a favourite of ours, you won’t be disappointed!
  • Follow the Goat paths across the Valley of Rocks, home to wild goat herds and wondrous rock formations. The Valley of Rocks boasts some of the most stunning, spectacular scenery you will ever see. Be sure to take your camera.
  • Woolacombe beach boasts miles of uninterrupted sands with enough space for all. It is widely recognised as one of the best beaches in the UK. During the season from April to September Woolacombe has a lifeguard service.
  • Croyde Bay is a sandy beach backed by sand dunes and situated in a bay. Very popular with surfers and body boarders, this beach has a lifeguard service from April to September. The village of Croyde offers a delicious variety of places to eat and on a Thursday has a spectacular locally run craft market.
  • For the children there are many day trips to be had, Exmoor Zoo, The Big Sheep, The Milky Way and Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park to name but a few.
  • Broomhill sculpture garden unifies art and nature, set in an ancient forest it showcases more than 150 pieces of impressive art throughout. There is a restaurant offering locally sourced and seasonal produce.
  • Clovelly is well worth a visit, a timeless village with cobbled streets, meandering down to the tiny harbour. This village is too steep for motor vehicles- wear comfortable shoes.
  • Take a walk to Watersmeet from Lynmouth, along the East Lyn River, it is a walker’s delight, home to a variety of wildlife and stunning all year round.
  • Lynton has a cinema as well as an Art and Craft centre showcasing lots of local art, there is also a second-hand book shop within the Town Hall. Lynton has something for everyone.
  • Lynmouth Hole-in-1 putting green
  • Steam train rides at Woody Bay station
  • Explore Exmoor on horseback with Brendon Manor riding stables
  • Join a Jeep safari and take in the natural landscape including the wild ponies, red deer, elusive otters and rare butterflies.
  • Spend the day out on the water and hire kayaks or paddle boards from OSKC Watersports & Kayak Hire.
  • Take the little ones to Combe Martin’s Wildlife & Dinosaur Park.
  • Have a family beach day at one of North Devon’s Golden beaches.
  • Spend a little time on the wild side at Exmoor Zoo.
  • Visit Funder Island in Woolacombe, this has an 18-hole Crazy Golf course and children’s rides.
  • Ilfracombe aquarium at the harbour in Ilfracombe offers local fish exhibits, feeding demonstrations, a gift shop and a café.
  • Let’s Go in Barnstaple has a laser quest, amusement arcade and 10 lanes of Ten-Pin bowling, great fun for all.
  • Watermouth Castle has maze-like dungeons, underground fountain shows and fair rides, all separated in different fantasy lands.
  •  
  • Charlie Fridays – A quirky and relaxed cafe serving delicious hearty food and outstanding breakfasts!
  • The Beggar’s Roost Inn – Family friendly local pub with great food and atmosphere.
  • Esplanade Fish Bar – Award-winning fish and chips on the harbour side in Lynmouth.
  • The Cracker Barrel – A Family Cafe with a great atmosphere.
  • The Ancient Mariner – A lovely bar overlooking the harbour a great place to eat, drink and relax.
  • The Oak Room – Delicious Spanish tapas in the heart of Lynton.
  • The Hunter’s Inn – A stunning location for an Exmoor Country pub.
  • Nartnapa Thai Kitchen – A delicious example of fresh Thai cooking with onsite craft ales.
  • The Vanilla Pod – Serving food from around the world, the food is excellent, there is a lovely atmosphere and they cater for all dietary requirements.
  • The Greenhouse- Great coffee, smoothies, sweet and savoury treats. This is a lovely, relaxed Coffee shop in the centre of Lynton.
  • Cliff Top Café – Refreshments with a spectacular view over Lynmouth Bay.
  • The Black Venus Inn- A short drive away in Challacombe this stone-built 16th century inn offers a stunning and varied menu.
  •  

For that extra piece of mind when booking your holiday with us, why not consider our Holiday Protection Cover.

For the 2021 holiday season, our Holiday Protection Cover can be purchased, covering your cancellation or changing your booking in the event of any member of your party being unable to travel due to:

  • Sickness
  • Redundancy
  • Jury Service
  • COVID-19 Restrictions

If you are booking online, this will be automatically added, but you can choose to remove the charge during the booking procedure. If you are booking by telephone, as part of our policy, this will be read to you and applied to your booking unless requested.
Please see all T&Cs here