If you're after a short break, Lavender Lodge allows short breaks
Want a few days in away in the winter - this cottages accepts short breaks in the winter
All the linen and towels are included
Bring your dog to Lavender Lodge.
There is a washing machine to use
Keep yourself entertained in the evening with the DVD player
There are 2 bathrooms at Lavender Lodge
Lavender Lodge has an excellent standard throughout
Reviews of Lavender Lodge
These are the reviews for Lavender Lodge. There are 38 reviews.
fantastic location, very clean and warm lodge. Mrs Tarrant (November 2017)
Everything you could want is in this holiday home, lovely and clean and very comfy, would highly recommend to anyone Mrs Bibby (September 2017)
Lavender Lodge is a wonderful place to spend a holiday. It is very warm and comfortable with every facility which could possibly be needed. Even when it poured with rain, the sound of the rain on the roof was wonderfully comforting and made the Lodge feel even more snug. Because there is no light pollution, the stars at night are brilliant, and fascinating to look up at. The surrounding area is beautiful and the Village Shop is a wonderful place to visit, with old fashioned courtesy and service ... Mrs Hawkins (February 2017)
Lavender Lodge is a wonderful place to spend a holiday. It is very warm and comfortable with every facility which could possibly be needed. Even when it poured with rain, the sound of the rain on the roof was wonderfully comforting and made the Lodge feel even more snug. Because there is no light pollution, the stars at night are brilliant, and fascinating to look up at. The surrounding area is beautiful and the Village Shop is a wonderful place to visit, with old fashioned courtesy and service. Altogether, it is a great place for a holiday. Mrs Hawkins (February 2017)
Lodge was fantastic everything you needed was there and owners were very friendly and helpful and added some nice touches for our Christmas break. Mrs Proctor from Taunton (December 2016)
the lodge was lovely and location excellent for visiting many places thoroughly enjoyable Mrs Twigg from Dunstable Beds (October 2016)
Excellent accommodation, great location, very peaceful, yet all you need nearby. Lovely welcome pack on arrival. Mrs Barned from Braintree (October 2016)
Although we had read the descriptions and reviews of the lodge before booking once we arrived we were impressed with how well equipped and presented it was. The lodge is immaculately clean, very comfortable and quiet. We made good use of the sitting out area on the patio at the back of the lodge which was secluded and private and just right for catching the late afternoon sun. One small point for people taking pets is that although enclosed the garden is not secure. Everyone we met on the farm and in the village made us feel very welcome and we would not hesitate to book again should we return to the area. SukeeHampshire (September 2016)
Had a lovely relaxing week at Lavender Lodge made even better with a welcome pack and great weather. Spotlessly clean with everything you need. Great base to explore Somerset, hope to return one day. Mrs Calvert from Penrith (August 2016)
Loved the lodge, the decor and the peaceful country setting. A good location to explore both Somerset and Dorset combining coast and city days out. The owner was also friendly. Mrs Parsons from Canterbury (July 2016)
A lovely lodge in an immaculate setting with very friendly & helpful owners. There are several National Trust properties in easy reach, and great walks for the dog. Mr Hall from Southam (May 2016)
This cottage was very well taken care of. It is in a good position for visiting Dorset and Somerset. The cottage was very suitable for our dog. Ms Connolly from Ashford (March 2016)
This was a warm and cosy lodge in a lovely setting. We liked the wood-burner to sit beside and the convenience of the en-suite bathroom. The power shower was fantastic! There was excellent WiFi and we found the owners to be friendly. There were lots of things to do in the area.. Mrs Rough from Eastbourne (February 2016)
The Lodge was deceptively spacious, it had a lovely light and airy living area and both bedrooms of a very generous size with plenty of cupboard space. Anyone wishing for peace and quiet could not find a better place to be, even though within a few hundred yards of the village centre. All the local people were very helpful and friendly. Could not fault anything. Mr Knight from Bedford (October 2015)
The cottage is in an ideal location for exploring Somerset, Devon and Dorset. It is in pristine condition and well equipped throughout. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. Mr Bearman from Hitchin (April 2015)
Very welcoming hosts and the lodge is perfect - exactly what we want. The Lodge has everything you need to make your stay very comfortable. We really do enjoy our time here and will now make it at least an annual holiday for us. Mrs Martin from Ashford (March 2015)
A warm, bright bungalow with everything you could possibly need. It was a very short walk to the village amenities and in a good central location for touring the area. Mrs Mitchell from Sun City (March 2015)
Lavender Lodge was a lovely place to stay, so homely inside and very cosy, and the area was very quiet which we enjoyed. Miss Bravery from St. Austell (January 2015)
The Lodge was very clean modern and homely. The village it is set in is a dream! Surrounded by rolling hills it is small, quiet and quaint with a magnificent village shop and pub. Mrs Reed from Poole (November 2014)
The cottage was very clean, warm, comfortable and fully equipped. A home from home and probably the nicest we have ever stayed in. The owners were friendly and very helpful supplying us with lots of local knowledge. Mr Hutchinson from Shipley (October 2014)
A beautiful and well equipped lodge, in a pretty and quiet village. The owners were very helpful, chatty and readily available. The lodge was very comfortable and well sized for 4 people. Miss Knapp from London (August 2014)
The lodge is situated in a lovely quiet location in a little village but is close enough to many large towns in both directions, if you wish to travel further afield. The owners were very helpful and friendly without being imposing. Would not hesitate to recommend to friends and family and would like to visit again someday. Mr Wilson from Peterborough (June 2014)
Location was great as a base, property had really nice contemporary fittings and nice owners. Pub was AMAZING, great staff and food and it was very close as was the shop. It was nice to have 2 bathrooms. Mrs Watkin from Leeds (June 2014)
We were given a warm welcome with the added bonus of a starter pack. The location of the property was superb with the whole site landscaped and maintained to a very high standard. Village amenities were on the doorstep with excellent General Store and Hotel/ Pub. Owners were very friendly and helpful. Mr Bishop from Billericay (June 2014)
The lodge is warm, comfortable, spacious and well equipped. It is set in a wonderful rural location in a lovely small village. Mr Grant from Tamworth (May 2014)
Beautiful accommodation in a lovely village. Mr Kent from Lincoln (November 2013)
What the pictures don't show are the wonderful surroundings. It's almost like a village within a village. The owner's two barn conversions and all the other buildings within the boundary of the property are all beautifully built and maintained. The views of fields, trees and the beautiful stone buildings of the village are out of this world. This is chocolate box perfect. We had not previously stayed in a lodge home and were amazed at how warm and quiet it was. Inside the property has everything you could need. Quality fittings all round and loads of space. All beautifully presented and spotlessly clean. Poppy Lodge next door sleeps 6 and we sneaked a peek in there and it's just as nice. We're already trying to plan out a big family visit when we can book both of them. The family owners are always there when you need them to make sure everything is OK but never intrusive. Just the right balance. Make sure you say hello to 'Dad' when you see him going past, usually with his wheel barrow. He keeps the chickens fed and everything neat and tidy. He is a mine of information about places to visit in the area as well as the history of the village and all the juicy gossip! It's a comfortable, roomy 'proper' home for a similar price to one room in the usual budget chains. Just can't fault it. Trip Advisor rules prevent me from giving any e-mail address or phone number for the owners if you had any questions that you wanted to ask them before booking. So instead I'll tell you that the key collection is from the offices of 'Chartons Accountancy' which are right next door to Lavender Lodge. Very handy, I'm sure you will find them! PEKLincoln (November 2013)
Lodge was Really Great well thought out nice accommodation but the bed was a nightmare horrible to sleep on I just hope it gets replaced it was just a cheap mattress and I think sleep should always be just as important as anything else. Would go back an hate complaining :-( A FlipKey verified reviewer (October 2013)
Lavender lodge was like a home away from home. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and it was in an excellent location to explore the area. Miss Holton from Manchester (September 2013)
We had a great time, and were made very welcome. The Wi-Fi worked well. The local Pub was perfect, and the village shop well stocked. Mrs Ireland from Newmarket (September 2013)
The lodge was spacious and plenty big enough for the five of us. It was clean comfortable and we had the warmest of welcome. Shop and pub close by, but the surroundings so peaceful, we could feel ourselves unwinding from the moment we got there. Excellent. Mrs Lane from Eastleigh (August 2013)
The attention to detail was excellent, and the quality of the lodge overall something to be proud of, and we would return one day. The Area was beautiful. Mr Harwood from Southport (August 2013)
The lodge was lovely, more spacious than we thought it would be. Great location for getting to places and really enjoyed it. Mrs Covington from London (June 2013)
Greeted by the owners on our arrival made very welcome, showed us around lodge and made sure there was nothing else they could do for us. The lodge was in lovely condition and well equipped. The standard of furnishing was very good. The village was ideal location local pub and village store and a garage (2 min walk). What we liked most was the peace and quiet, a very relaxing Easter break. A FlipKey verified reviewer (June 2013)
Although we were only there for 3 days, the experience and together with the closeness of the village facilities was fabulous and we cannot wait to go back for a much longer period next time. We have already told work colleagues and family of this little part of paradise. Mr Maiden from Leamington Spa (May 2013)
Lovely cottage, it was spacious and clean and everything we could ever have needed was provided. Nice village setting with an excellent shop and pub just seconds away. Owners were very friendly and on hand if needed but never intrusive. The layout of the site meant that the cottages felt suitably isolated from the owners house. The cottage was very dog friendly which is essential for us. Mr Baker from Glossop (August 2012)
Great peaceful area with easy access to Somerset, Dorset & Wiltshire. Only one minute walk to the park for our dog. Fantastic starry nights as no light pollution. The Lodge is clean, comfortable and has lovely finishing touches. Miss Barnett from Rochester (August 2012)
The facilities were good and it is just a short drive to many interesting places. Mr Francis from Brentwood (June 2012)
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