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Bantham Retreat

Bantham, Devon, England

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About Bantham Retreat

Situated in Devon, close to the coastal village of Bantham, and just 1 km from the beach is the large Edwardian house with its two Lodges that are available for rent.

The SPA LODGE has 3 bedrooms and is ideal for a family , couple or group of up to 6 and includes a wooded garden and outside shower and jacuzzi spa.The spa has massage jets and is always heated to 37 degees c. Alongside this is an outside heated shower with views to Hope Cove.

The SPA LODGE has a large living area with TV, DVD, leather sofas, and a fully fitted kitchen, including dishwasher.The beds are comfortable and supplied with cotton sheets,feather pillows and full linen.

The SUNSET LODGE has 1 bedroom, living area,TV andDVD, and is suitable for 2 persons. Set in woodland it over looks Burgh Island and has stunning sunset views down the coast to Cornwall.

Both are self catering ,fully equipped,and the price includes linen and heating.Discovery Retreats in Bantham also offers the option of various bespoke services that can enhance the benefits of a retreat here.

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