Barton Lodge, Wembury

Discover this chic contemporary eco-lodge for two by the sea in Wembury, a village in a stunning setting on the rugged South Devon coast. The newly built property is a stylish pad arranged over a single floor, with bright and airy rooms, luxurious finishes and a great outdoor space to enjoy. It’s a stunning base for a memorable holiday in a beautiful Westcountry location.

1 bedroom, sleeps up to 2

Prices from £120 per night (minimum 3 nights’ stay)

WiFi available at the property

Free off-street parking for two vehicles at the property

Dogs allowed

Features & amenities

Barton Lodge is an impressive holiday property that delivers on looks and functionality. This recently built lodge is designed with excellent eco credentials and is presented to a wonderful standard. It has high vaulted ceilings and a light-filled open-plan living space creating a spacious, airy atmosphere. White walls, accented by pops of aqua and zingy yellow, give the property a smart, fresh feel. And features such as the statement front door, solid floors and modern wood-clad exterior make a contemporary statement.

There’s plenty here to make you feel at home during your stay. The kitchen – which continues the modern vibe with clean lines and streamlined handleless cabinets – includes an integrated oven and dishwasher for maximum convenience. In the bathroom, you’ll find a walk-in shower against gorgeous turquoise tiled walls. And large patio doors lead seamlessly onto a smart, modern decked garden, with seating provided for outdoor eating. You’ll even find an electric vehicle charging point on the property – ideal for EV drivers.

  • Architect-designed eco-house with larch timber cladding
  • Well insulated and airtight above regulations, keeping the home cool in summer and warm in winter
  • Private electric vehicle charging point
  • Two off-road parking spaces
  • ASHP (air source heat pump), providing underfloor heating and hot water
  • Open-plan living space connecting lounge area, dining area and kitchen
  • Living area includes new smart TV, comfy sofa, footstool, side table and floor lamp
  • Fully equipped kitchen includes integrated oven and induction hob, dishwasher, and large fridge freezer
  • Dining area with table and chairs for two
  • Double bedroom with super king bed (can also be arranged as twin single beds by request in advance), and large walk-in wardrobe
  • Jack and Jill shower room – accessible from corridor or bedroom – with tiled walk-in shower, wash basin, toilet and heated towel radiator 
  • Garden with decked terrace, table and chairs, lounge chairs and lawn, accessed through sliding patio doors and front door,
  • Gate leading to gravel drive and parking space spaces
  • Double glazing and heating via air source heat pump
  • Dogs are allowed at this property


This lodge in found in the village of Wembury, located beside the sea on the south-west corner of Devon.

A 15-minute walk through village takes you to a spectacular coastline. Here you’ll find Wembury Beach, a small pebble and sand bay. Its rockpools and seaweed-covered shoreline make this one of the UK’s best spots for spotting sea creatures such as limpets, anemones, crabs, and starfish – and you can learn more at the Wembury Marine Centre, which has exhibits and talks.
There’s also a beachside cafe, ideal for grabbing an ice-cream, coffee or light bite. Just up the road is The Odd Wheel pub, which serves a tempting selection of meals and drinks.

From Wembury, you can also wander along the South West Coast Path in either direction. This magnificent route traces all the way round the Westcountry’s spectacular coastline. Along this particular stretch, there’s lush countryside and dramatic clifftop vistas over the nearby Mewstone (a small island offshore from Wembury) and a little to the west, a vantage point over Plymouth Sound and Hoe.

Getting there

By car
You can get to Wembury by road along the A38 towards Plymouth. At Plympton, exit the A38, heading along Deep Lane towards Elburton. From there, follow signs to Wembury, travelling along Wembury Road until you arrive at the village.

By train
There are a number of train routes serving Plymouth. From here, you can catch a bus direct to Wembury or use a taxi service for the remaining part of the journey.

By coach
You can catch a coach service to Plymouth, followed by a local bus or taxi service for the short remaining leg of the journey to Wembury.


Local attractions


7 miles
Known as ‘Britain’s Ocean City’, Plymouth is a seaside blending seafaring history and modern urban attractions. Discover the National Marine Aquarium, The Box museum, the cobbled streets of the Barbican, diverse shops, restaurants, cinemas, theatres and more.

Wembury Beach

Less than 1 mile
Nestling in a rocky cove, this sheltered beach boasts soft golden sand, rockpools and shallow waters, making it perfect for a family seaside day out. What’s more, it backs on to classic rolling Devon landscapes and links to coastal paths with sensational views.

Newton Ferrers & Noss Mayo

8 miles
Explore these two pretty villages nestled on opposite banks of the gentle River Yealm. This tranquil corner of the South Hams offers breathtakingly scenic walks, lovely traditional pubs serving good food, and opportunities for sailing and paddleboarding.

Dartmoor National Park

11 miles
This ruggedly beautiful wilderness is the perfect place for rambling, mountain biking or horseriding. Climb the granite tors, explore ancient woodlands and enjoy a picnic while you take in the sensational views of this majestic and legendary landscape.

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