Mole End is a quiet and well-equipped lodge with everything we needed and more. The lodge is warm and cosy, in a peaceful and natural area away from the busyness of towns and everyday life. We found it easy to relax in the lodge, and there are plenty of walks in the local area.
We had a perfectly ‘chilled out’ long weekend in Mole End!
We ‘recharged our batteries’ over a weekend of relaxation... walking eating drinking reading and even some sewing!
Mole End had everything to make our second stay memorable.
The walk to Fingle Bridge pub for Sunday lunch is just beautiful.
Already looking forward to our next visit in the Spring!
Very quiet, tranquil location with the sound of the River Teign right outside the window. All lodges far apart so no disturbance. Every amenity provided within the lodge.
Access roads are really awkward and if you have a low ride-height sports car it could be very difficult to get to the site.
Would be an advantage if there was up-to-date technology. Couldn't get the radio to work, very limited programme selection on the Sky-box and the t.v. could do with a serious upgrade. Otherwise, all amenities, facilities and services are good.
An outside tap would be a handy addition.
Already recommended this holiday to friends.
We have just spent a lovely few days at Mole End. Surrounded by trees & nature in a beautiful settting. We were so pleased when we walked in to Mole End which we booked via airbnb. It was clean and comfortable and had everything we needed. It has a lovely balcony and some extra little touches such as books,games and a wet weather box which thankfully we didn't need!
There are plenty of great walks to do and lovely pubs. Highly recommend the Fingle Bridge Inn. Good pub food with amazing views. We also had a delicious lunch at the Walled Garden in Dunsford. Lovely walk there via a nature reserve.
We hope to return.
what a peaceful location to enjoy a few days break to chill out and relax. Wonderful woodland walks, we saw deer, dippers diving in & out of the river and a woodpecker feeding its young nesting in a tree. The pubs in the surrounding villages served excellent food and my husband enjoyed the local Dartmoor Jail ale.