LUXURY LODGES: With a rich family history in horticulture, it has taken over 40 years of love and dedication to create this stunning setting.
Standing amidst specimen trees and in immaculate landscaped gardens, the positioning of each lodge has been sensitively planned to sculpt individual havens that offer privacy and seclusion. The overall theme is ‘informal-exotic’ with elegant grasses and unusual shrubs incorporating structure and height into their designs.
Escape the hustle and bustle with your very own luxury holiday lodge nestled on the edge of Dartmoor National Park in South Brent and yet only 12 miles from the superb beaches and South Hams coastline. The lodges are truly private and the site disallows commercial lettings, making these exclusive for the use of you, your family and friends all year round. By owning a holiday lodge at Palstone you can enjoy the first breath of spring, the breathtaking autumn colours, the occasional tumble of snow on Dartmoor, as well as the long and lazy summer months. With nearby sandy beaches and rocky coves as well as the rugged tors and moorland streams there is a wealth of attraction to this very special place.
Each lodge is beautifully made using solid wood, with full-length windows flooding the rooms with natural light. Highly contemporary and with full insulation and double glazing offering an energy efficient sanctuary, the lodges reveal a spacious, largely open-plan yet practical design that immerses themselves in their bespoke garden landscapes. With high quality fixtures and fittings including modern kitchens with integrated appliances and well-appointed bath/shower rooms, please see the floorplan for this lodge’s layout.
A natural oasis of calm and a perfect holiday retreat. Palstone is your ‘home from home’!
Contemporary Lodges set within Gated Landscaped Grounds
Exclusive use for Owners, Friends and Family
Secluded and Individual Plots
12 month Holiday Use
10 mins walk to shops and village pubs
Easy Access to A38
Access Available for People with Additional Needs
Delighting in the atmosphere of a large village and set within the boundaries of Dartmoor National Park, South Brent was once a thriving market town with a bustling trade in wool and annual fairs; the Zeal Tor Tramway, now dismantled, highlights the area’s industrial past. Today, it still enjoys the dramatic moorland backdrop and gives a nod to its Bronze Age history with the nearby and impressive Eastern White Barrow burial cairn on the road to the Avon Dam. South Brent is saturated in community spirit and showcases sustainable initiatives and projects. There is also the ‘Old School’ which was acquired by the locals and is now home to a gallery space for local artists, a bike bank and a variety of classes. The Art House has two studio rooms here and run some creative courses including basketry, ceramics, bookbinding and carpentry. Further amenities in South Brent include the health-centre, pharmacy, post-office, hairdressers, several shops, delicatessen, butchers, florist, pubs and cafes. The village also offers several places of worship and with both Dartmoor and the South Hams Coastline on its doorstep, there is an abundance of leisure pursuits to explore. Sitting minutes away from the A38, and with great bus links, South Brent is an excellent base for the larger cities of Plymouth and Exeter with many more interests and theatres to enjoy as well. There is also the nearby railway station in Ivybridge.
All Mains Services and Broadband Connected at Each Lodge.
Please Note: There are Pitch Fees, Water and Site Rates for each lodge – further details are with the agent.
119 Years Remaining
Strictly by appointment through Christopher’s South Hams, 01752 746550.
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