27, The Ruby, Halwill, Beaworthy, EX21 5TT
Pets Allowed: Yes
Size: 45' x 20'
Year of Manufacture: 2007
Model: Deck House
Licence End Date: 2106
Park's Annual charges: 4395.00 (2019)
Ruby Lodge Luxury Self Catering Accommodation in Devon at Ruby Lodge. Relax and enjoy the tranquillity and wildlife that surrounds you. Luxury lodge accommodation in Devon with contemporary luxury all around you.
This luxury lodge comprises of:
With everything in place, you can start enjoying yourselves straight away. Imagine sitting on the veranda, not an unwelcome sound to be heard, watching the squirrels playing in the pine trees opposite.
In the morning wake to see roe deer and rabbits grazing on the open grass, yards from the lodge's French windows. Another day after a great day out walking, maybe on Dartmoor, the Ruby Country Trails or along the South West Coast Path, relax in the hot tub. Afterwards sit outdoors in the garden seats around the table on the large veranda to enjoy the evening with some food.
As you enter Ruby Lodge you are greeted with a large open-plan lounge, a comfy dining area and an open-plan modern kitchen. The lounge has sumptuous furnishings with an integrated television system which includes a built-in LCD screen and DVD player. A built-in fire adds to the feeling of well-being. Up-lighters give a gentle light with reading lights over one of the settees.
The dining area has ample room to seat four comfortably, placed beside the full-height windows and French doors, perfect for you to reminisce over the day’s events.
The kitchen is state-of-art with a large range cooker which includes a hot-cupboard to save worrying about timing everything to the last minute. A large SMEG fridge freezer, integrated full-size dishwasher and washing/drying machine, microwave, cooker hood extractor and cupboards everywhere - all silent close, finishes off a beautiful kitchen. You might even be tempted to cook in it!
The Ruby Lodge has two large bedrooms which are reached through double glazed doors from the Lounge to a central up-lit hallway. The main bathroom and large airing cupboard are also off the central hallway. The Master Suite double bedroom exudes quality with sliding smoked glass panels to the twin basined en-suite with walk-in shower and low-level toilet. A full-sized wardrobe with sliding doors and ample storage, inset lighting and bedside lights complete this luxury bedroom.
The second bedroom is twin-bedded with a large walk-in wardrobe. It is next to the main bathroom for the lodge. Inset lighting and contemporary reading lights for each bed compliment this bedroom.
The lodge's main bathroom has a modern bathroom suite with a large standard bath complete with shower screen and overhead shower. Modern heated towel rails and central heating keep the bathrooms and bedrooms snug and inviting particularly off-season.
The hot tub is in front of the French windows and in the sun. Bring your swimming costume, bath robe and flip-flops to enjoy the warmth and exhilaration of the bubble bath effect or jacuzzi as you relax in the swirling waters of the hot tub.
The Ruby Park The Ruby Park is set in richly wooded parkland with majestic pine trees. This exclusive park boasts breath-taking views over rolling Devon countryside. The park was owned by the Hemmingway family, offering seclusion and privacy, tranquillity and an intimacy with the local natural environment. Despite this quietness and seclusion, The Ruby Park is far from being isolated. It is ideally located within easy reach of a wide variety of activities. You can walk or cycle along the many Ruby Country Trails, go sailing or fishing on the local Roadford Lake, or go surfing or simply enjoy the vast sandy beaches of Bude and Widemouth. There is a great choice of places to eat out. Local pubs and quality restaurants in the surrounding market towns offer locally produced fare. The Ruby Park is between Holsworthy and Okehampton a little way off the A3079.
All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness.