Hazelbrook Lodge Seaton Hazelbrook Lodge, Stepps Lane, Axmouth, Seaton, Devon, EX12 4AR

"Hazelbrook Lodge, Seaton, Devon,Two en suite bedrooms in a house of character."

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Hazelbrook Lodge

Hazelbrook Lodge, 20K
Stepps Lane, Axmouth, Seaton, Devon, EX12 4AR
Telephone: 01297 23378


Two en suite bedrooms in a house of character.

Rates from £50 to £100 per room per night.

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Although Hazelbrook Lodge was built quite recently in 1996 it has a solid and traditional air. Both the B&B bedrooms are a good size, have modern en suite shower rooms and, as an added bonus, each bedroom has its own small patio with bistro-type table & chairs.

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The first-class breakfast can either be served in the flagstoned dining hall or, weather permitting, in the garden, with its superb views of Hawksdown Hill.

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The garden, which rises steeply into woodland, has as an impressive variety of plants and wildlife and visitors are welcome to explore. A reward for reaching the top is a fine vista of the local countryside.

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Axmouth sits in its own valley and the charming open stream that runs through it passes thatched houses, listed buildings and a short high street before it reaches the river Axe. There is a fine Norman church, St Michael's, and two public houses. The pubs differ from each other distinctly - 'The Harbour Inn' is traditional and 'The Ship' contemporary. Both have excellent restaurants and serve fine food and drink - just right for a light refreshment stop or a special evening meal. A mile away, over the cliff or along the river, is Axmouth harbour and the seafront of Seaton.
Axmouth is within easy reach of the popular tourist destinations of Lyme Regis, Beer & Branscombe.

Apart from the usual pleasures of a seaside holiday, in the Axmouth/Seaton area, there is a wide range of other activities that can be enjoyed including golf, cycling,birdwatching and, as this is the Jurassic Coast, fossil-hunting. Heading inland, the unique Seaton tramway passes through two large nature reserves by the Axe and on to Colyford and Colyton. If you love walking you will find many interesting lanes and paths - the Undercliff, with its strange geology, is only a mile away from Hazelbrook Lodge.

A relaxing stay is just a 'phone call away.

Telephone Glenn & Wendy Hyde on
01297-23378

Additional website-
http://www.seatonbay.com/accommodation/hazelbrook.html




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