About Bar Lodge

Welcome to Bar Lodge one of the most sought after holiday homes within the Salcombe estuary.

With  180° views across the harbour and The Salcombe Bar the view has been described as one of the most breathtaking in the UK, in one of the most beautiful areas of the country.

Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the South Devon Coastal Path running past the front door, Bar Lodge, an iconic, Edwardian house can offer a fantastic holiday to anyone regardless of your age. From sailing and playing on the beach at South Sands (5 minutes walk), visiting the National Trust property, Overbecks, 5 minutes away, taking a ferry to Salcombe’s famous shops and eateries or simply sitting back and enjoying the view, Bar Lodge offers something for everyone.

Suitability:

    • Children
    • Elderly
    • One family pet

Bedrooms:

      • Sleeps 7/8
      • 4 double bedrooms (3 with balconies)
      • 2 with Kingsize beds
      • 1 with Twin beds (3ft) Cot
      • 1 with single and under-store bed.
      • Duvets & pillows provided, bed linen can be supplied as extra.

Bathrooms:

      • Luxury family bathroom, WC, Vanity unit, corner bath/ shower
      • Spacious shower room with WC, vanity sink, Washing machine.

Living Space

      • Well equipped Kitchen, Dishwasher, Fridge/freezer, Microwave. Rayburn supplies cooking, hot water & Central Heating. Open plan Lounge, Dining Area:
      • Glass extendable table with 8 chairs.
      • Open fireplace.
      • Digital TV, DVD player, Digital radio & docking unit.
      • WiFi

Outside:

    • Off Road Parking with level access for cars and boats.
    • Mature, sunny, Garden with drying area, BBQ, fire pit, picnic bench.
    • Star-filled skies at night.

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