Graham and Kay were excellent hosts, nothing was too much trouble. We were made very welcome, our bedroom was lovely and spotless with great views towards Brixham. Breakfast was really good with plenty of choice. Our little dog Treacle was thoroughly spoilt and she loved Kay and Graham. Lots of leaflets about different places to visit were readily available. We will definitely go back. Thank you so much.
Reviewed by Helen May 2019
We had a truly lovely stay at Raddicombe Lodge with our two children. Our family room was very comfortable with all that we needed for a relaxing stay. We made use of the beautiful outside space and also enjoyed the Bar Billiards table – great fun! Graham and Kay were great hosts, nothing was too much trouble for them and the breakfasts were delicious! We will definitely return.
Reviewed by thomas Apr 2019
We returned out of season between Christmas and New Year 2018 knowing we could relax - and start our days with a great breakfast. A really great breakfast. We arrived tired and scratchy from working hard right up to Christmas morning, then left Raddicombe Lodge rested and refreshed ready for 2019. It is a beautiful and peaceful area,close enough to Brixham,Dartmouth and good dog walks such as Berry Head. Rooms are a good size and housekeeping as with all aspects of our stay discreet and efficient. Thank you Graham and Kay for being the best Hoteliers we know. Truly.
Reviewed by Steve Feb 2019
We stayed here with my very elderly mother. Graham and Kay were wonderful hosts with Graham being most attentive to my mother - nothing was too much trouble. Terrific views from our rooms; a light and airy breakfast room (the breakfasts were delicious) and a comfortable lounge. Set in a great location, just a very short drive to Brixham and Kingswear. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and recommend it to those who prefer to stay away from the hustle and bustle of the busy towns.
Stayed October 18
This is a lovely place to stay just outside Brixham and 10 minute drive from NT Colton Fishacre. Doggy friendly, we had room 7 which has a great view across the fields to nearby Brixham and the sea. It was foggy last night so we could lay in bed listening to the distant fog horn on the coast ( not loud or anything to keep you awake, we could only hear it with window open) we had one nice breakfast sat outside on the “lookout” which was so nice in the morning sun. The next morning it was fog so we had it in the bright and airy conservatory. Our room was nice and clean , quiet and comfortable. A nice touch is the proprietors give you a little thermos of fresh milk if requested instead of the UHT milk cartons, which never taste as good . A couple of packets of biscuits are provided as well as tea and coffee and hot chocolate in our room. Wish we were staying for a bit longer as we had such a nice time, but work interrupts and the guest house was closing this weekend
Stayed Sept 18
2 night stay, large clean room with lovely view and everything we needed.
Breakfast excellent, freshly prepared and very tasty.
Nothing appeared to be too much trouble from the hosts, be it directions to nearest dog walk, dog friendly places or any other query.
After a long journey, within minutes of arriving supplied with a pot of tea, without having to ask for it, lovely touch.
Hope to return in the future.
Stayed Sept 18
Gill and I booked for a two night stay on 7th and 8th August. A great location for travelling to the centre of Brixham , Dartmouth and the surrounding area. Graham was very welcoming on our arrival taking, time to explain the house rules ad facilities and also carrying our suitcase to our room. The room was as described at the time of the booking and relective of the information provided on the website. The room was clean and sufficiently spacious with facilities that made our stay very comfortable.
Both our dogs Keiko and Chenko were made equally welcome. There was a great choice on the breakfast menu including cereal, fruit, juices, salmon and the usual full English/Devon and the food was of a good standard. Both Graham and Kaye took the time to hold a conversation with us at breakfast - a great start to the day. Graham also kindly offered Keiko and Chenko treats so they didn't feel left out! We were fortunate with the weather and enjoyed breakfast in the great outdoors.
On our first night, after a long day out and about, we spent the evening on the outside decking enjoying a glass of wine.
Stayed August 18
We spent two nights at the Raddicome Lodge in mid June. Excellent location. Good breakfast. I can thoroughly recommend the scrambled eggs with smoked salmon! Graham and Kay very friendly and welcoming.
Jan S Barnstable July 18
We had a wonderful 4 night stay over the Whitsun bank holiday. The B&B was very pleasant. Kay and Graham were delightful – very welcoming and helpful. Our Labrador was given lots of biscuits!
The breakfasts were delicious-plentiful and well-cooked. An excellent choice. We will definitely return next time we visit south Devon. It is very well placed to enjoy lots of local attractions.
Mariners Cottage, our dog-friendly River Dart holiday cottage, is in Stoke Gabriel – 6 miles from Raddicombe Lodge, and 30 yards from a slipway.www.devonandfrance.co.uk