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We stayed at these lodgings for two nights and were very impressed by both the standard of accommodation and the hosts. We had a lovely room, spacious with all facilites and the view from the balcony was beautiful. The hosts were friendly and couldn’t be...More
The Badgers Retreat is perched on the Devon hillside above the delightful village of Stoke Gabriel where the beautifully patterned Devon fields and hedgerows slide gracefully into the estuary of the river Dart.
This is an exceptional B&B and fully deserves its 5 star billing....More
What a wonderful place! Luxury accommodation with amazing views in a lovely village. Very friendly hosts who cook a fantastic breakfast and are eager to help you with anything. Not only is it dog friendly our dog Oscar was treated like part of the family....More
Wonderful location, wonderful hosts and extremely comfortable. We had to attend a family funeral In Brixham and Helen and David managed to fit us in despite having a huge influx of family on 23 December - the day we left. Nothing is too much trouble...More
We stayed here for 5 nights at the end of October and it was bliss from start to finish, from a relaxing cream tea on arrival and an extremely warm welcome from David and Helen.We stayed in room 3 with its outstanding balcony views across...More
Response from Malcolm G | Reviewed this property |
It is viable to stay there and get there as you have described, but I would say it depends what you want to do whilst you are there as there is so much to see in the local area but the village bus is once an hour and stops... More
It is viable to stay there and get there as you have described, but I would say it depends what you want to do whilst you are there as there is so much to see in the local area but the village bus is once an hour and stops early evening. Best bet speak to DaVid he is very very helpful and it would be his pleasure to advise.