Roadford Lake Lodges is a fantastically unique development of Luxury Holiday Homes, situated at the edge of Roadford lake, set within approximately 250 acres of beautiful forest surround. Wildlife is at the heart of the park with our rare breed wildlife pond, wildflower meadows and many protected areas supporting a variety of native lizards, insects, mammals and birds. A haven to relax and unwind in the tranquillity of nature or seize the adventures Devon has to offer.
Whether you are with us for a short stay or you own your own home away from home, you will be sure to lose yourself in countryside walks, days at the beach or endless adventures on Roadford Lake. Located on the edge of Dartmoor National Park and areas of outstanding natural beauty, Roadford Lake Lodges offers the perfect combination of prime location with great facilities for the ultimate holiday haven. There is so much to explore with Devon and Cornwall at your fingertips, you will never be far away from your next adventure.
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Featured Lodges For Sale
50 x 22 | 3 or 4 Beds
With its warm soft décor the Elm Lodge has the feeling of a more traditional family lodge.
45 x 22 | 2 or 3 Beds
Stylish and practical family holiday lodge, with three double bedrooms and open plan living.
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