Ivyleaf Combe Lodges, North Cornwall – Bude

Two miles from the unspoilt and picturesque seaside town of Bude. This fantastic location has a huge array of attractions are within easy reach. Indeed the area is home to some of the most magnificent sandy beaches in the country making it a very popular choice for a family holiday in the summer.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss any of our Holiday Parks, Cottage and Lodges.  Ivyleaf Combe Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection and enjoys an idyllic setting nestling in a stunning wooded valley just two miles from the unspoilt, picturesque Cornish seaside town of Bude with it’s stunning collection of Blue Flag beaches. Atmospheric woodland surroundings with countryside views, and easy access to both North Devon and Cornwall unite to create Ivyleaf Combe’s truly unique location. A wonderful choice for a peaceful, relaxing holiday and an excellent base for exploring the breath-taking scenery, beaches and many activities for all ages. Each spacious, well appointed lodge boasts a stylish contemporary interior with luxury and modern day living very much in mind. Travel Now Pay Later Ivyleaf Combe Lodges Cornwall with Jetnow. The perfect retreat for a romantic escape or revitalising break with friends and family. You can relax and unwind in your very own hot tub, indulge in a pamper pack while the kids explore the adventure play area on park.

Flight & Transfer Information

From London car journey to Bude North Cornwall approx. 4 hours & 15 mins drive approx. 230 miles.


Superb spacious, contemporary and beautifully furnished well equipped lodge with one double and one twin. Bath and separate shower cubicle. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Twin or Double Rooms

Lodge has Twin and Double rooms, accommodate up to 4 people. Bed linen, duvets and towels. Beds made up for your arrival. Superb quality south facing two and three bedroom lodges.

Food & Drink

Self Catering with Barbecue and outdoor furniture. Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.

Local Attractions

Its coastline is craggy and rugged, creating a haunting beauty that has lured travellers and residents from afar. In addition, its landscape is characterised by vast expanses of natural flora. Thre eight destinations that make up the South West, each have their unique character to explore.

Epic coastline, quintessentially English countryside, quaint villages, and historic cities… there is just so much to discover! From cute villages and idyllic countryside escapes, to lively cities and brilliant beaches, this list features some of the best sights and spots in southern England.

There are so many things to do. For beautiful beaches, rugged coastal walks, and picturesque seaside towns, you just can’t beat the Dorset Jurassic Coast. This stretch of coastline is famous for its geological and historical significance. A visit to Bath is a must, one of the most beautiful cities in the south of England, and definitely one of the top places to visit. The UNESCO-protected skyline is filled with gorgeous Georgian buildings. Home to some of the most unspoilt villages in England, the Cotswolds are one of the best places to visit in the South of England. Known for their honey-coloured stone, cosy cottages and traditional tea rooms. Newquay is one of Cornwall’s most popular beach towns, perched on the Atlantic cliffs and famous for its surf. One of the most visitied places in the south of England is Stonehenge in Wiltshire. This ancient stone circle remains one of the countries greatest mysteries. The English Riviera is located on the south coast of Devon. It comprises three key seaside resorts: Torquay, Paignton, and Brixham. Located in North Devon and West Somerset, Exmoor National Park is an area of hilly moorland famous for its unique landscapes and wilderness habitats. Dartmoor National Park - This vast moorland in Devon is known for its craggy landscapes, wild ponies, and dramatic tors (rock formations).