Fingle Glen Lodges offers the perfect destination for you to escape to whenever you feel the need. With spectacular facilities, such as a highly renowned golf course, your own private hot tub lodge, and breath taking views, we look forward to welcoming you each time you return.
There are endless activities and places to explore, whether you’re looking for a quiet escape or an adventurous retreat, we are perfectly positioned with almost immediate access to the A30 taking you to the city of Exeter or further into Devon and through to Cornwall. The great outdoors truly is right on your doorstep here with rolling hills, nature trails, caves and even waterfalls, everything at Fingle Glen Lodges and its surround is centred around you, your family and friends.
The South West is geographically the largest of the nine regions of England and has more coastline than any other of the region, totalling over 700 miles.
An ancient city dating back to the Roman Era, the City Walls surround its centre and the fascinating features of the Gothic Cathedral make this a city to explore.
Devon’s expansive moorland offering countless walking trails across the rugged moors, picturesque towns such as Tavistock and Chagford and impressive waterfalls Becky Falls.
Siting on the edge of the Jurassic Coast, Exmouth is the furthest point from Exeter on the eastern side and offers great moorland hikes, beautiful beaches and daily boat trips.
Local places to visit
Fingle Glen Golf Course
An excellent 18 hole course open all year round which also is home to a smart golf, trackman 4 simulator which allows you to enjoy the most famous courses on the PGA Tour.
An enchanting day out for all ages visiting this magnificent 600 year old castle.
Dartmoor National Park
One of the last great wildernesses in the UK with endless heather moors and rugged tors, the perfect spot for hikers.
Dawlish Warren Beach
One of South Devon’s top family beaches with it’s sand dunes and nature reserve Dawlish Warren is an 8 time European Blue Flag awards winning beach.
A natural attraction in the heart of Devon, walk amongst waterfalls and lakes or enjoy family fun in the gardens and on the playgrounds.
Selected by UNESCO because of its outstanding earth science interest the Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage site that is well worth a visit.
A fine example of a Gothic Decorated Medieval cathedral famous for having the longest unbroken stretch of Gothic vaulting in the world.
Go Ape! Haldon
The ultimate tree top experience of wobbly bridges, zip lines, rope ladders and more this is an attraction that will.
Crealy Theme Park
Voted Devon’s best family attraction, home to over 60 rides, attractions, live shows and a zoo.
St. Thomas Splash Pad
A seasonal attraction with water fountains, tipping buckets and water cannons suitable for all ages.