Raddicombe Lodge

We look forward to welcoming you!

Special offer - Four nights for the price of three for the remainder of October 2021, must be booked over the telephone, call 01803 882125 for details.

We would like to confirm that we will continue to operate safely and our COVID19 policy will remain in place. The safety of our guests and ourselves is paramount.

Guests are no longer obliged to wear a face covering, the choice is yours, however we will continue to wear ours during food/drink service. Social distancing through staggered breakfast times will remain.

Rooms will continue to be deep cleaned after check out and there will be hand sanitisers available to use at reception and in the guests sitting room.

If you are interested in booking please either telephone or email, we will be happy to assist in any way possible.

Please familiarise yourself with our COVID19 policy. 

We look forward to hearing from you.

In the meantime stay safe and well.

Best wishes


Penny, Neil & Becca

Raddicombe is set in its own grounds, overlooking National Trust land to the sea, with views across Brixham, Lyme Bay and Start Bay. Tucked away in a quiet location in the village of Hillhead.

Raddicombe Lodge is dog and walker-friendly – our B&B is positioned to explore the South West Coast Path and River Dart. It is also perfectly situated for visiting Coleton Fishacre and Greenway House National Trust Houses.

Raddicombe Lodge view of gardens and conservatory

A character guest house in Brixham

Enjoy an award-winning start to your day in the conservatory breakfast room, relax in the oak-panelled, Edwardian lounge and sleep in a comfortable, ensuite bedroom

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Dog-friendly accommodation in Devon

Raddicombe Lodge is a a dog-friendly bed and breakfast in Devon. Approved by Visit England for the Welcome Pets scheme for 2020

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Walking holidays in Devon

Are you walking the South West Coastpath or the Dart Trail? Here's why you should stay at Raddicombe Lodge

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