If you’re planning a staycation in Devon, I’ve got to say you’ve got great taste. I mean, it’s no surprise that Devon is top of mind for anyone planning a trip within the UK. Amazing weather, gorgeous beaches and a beautiful national park. Can you ask for much more? A holiday in Devon is always going to be great regardless of where you stay. However, if you want to make your break extra special, why not book a stay in one of these lodges with hot tubs in Devon?
Whether you’re a couple looking for a romantic getaway or a parent planning a family break, there really is something for everyone. So from forest getaways to seaside escapes to lakeside cabins, here are the 27 most beautiful lodges with hot tubs in Devon.
Price per night: From £136 for 4 people
Location: Shillingford St George, Exeter
Why stay here: I have to kick off this list of lodges with hot tubs in Devon with a bang! And that’s exactly what South View Lodges is. These award-winning lakeside lodges are set amidst six acres of stunning land and woodland, offering some of the best views of any of the lodges on this list. There’s so much to love about these lodges, from their warming log burners to their alfresco dining areas to their private hot tubs. And if you want to make your stay extra special, you can pay extra for chocolates and champagne, picnic baskets, homemade cakes, and more. All delivered straight to your lodge!
What guests say: “The lodge was amazing, very luxurious and cosy. Everything you could need is in the lodge, the kitchen is also very well equipped. The cream tea that greeted us on our arrival was delicious! Cedar Lodge is the perfect place to relax and spend time with the people you love. We really didn’t want to leave! We spent our evenings drinking champagne in the hot tub then curled up in front of the fire watching Netflix!”
Price per night: From £113 for 4 people
Location: Tedburn St. Mary, Exeter
Why stay here: Made from genuine Norweigian pine, Fingle Glen Lodges feel like totally authentic lodges. Like the ones you’d find in Norway. Funny that! However, you won’t find these lodges in Norway. Instead, you’ll find them on the site of a beautiful golf course, and the best part is that you don’t need even need to leave the comfort of your lodge to enjoy the amazing views. Whether you just want to admire the views or you consider yourself a keen golfer, there will be plenty to keep you busy here. The lodges themselves are surprisingly modern inside, and of course, they benefit from the luxury of a private spa pool! What’s not to love?
What guests say: “Very comfortable with every amenity you could want. Clean and spacious. Beautiful scenery and peaceful setting. Staff all very friendly, courteous and helpful. Good service in the bar and restaurant with excellent choice from the menu. Food served all day. Would highly recommend it if you love golf, or even if you don’t play it is a good base to travel out from, with loads of beautiful places to visit.”
Price per night: From £130 for 2 people
Location: Barton Pitts, South Molton
Why stay here: Set in an unspoilt corner of Devon with some of the best night skies imaginable, you’ll find this bespoke, luxury log cabin. Three Moors View is easily one of the most romantic lodges with hot tubs in Devon. From its private setting in a secluded meadow to the bubbling hot tub that you’ll enjoy long dips in, this place just screams romance. The cabin itself was hand-built using British timber and is finished to the highest standards. If luxury’s what you’re after you’ll find it here! Think Egyptian cotton linen, underfloor heating, the works. While there’s no Wi-Fi, this just gives you all the more reason to spend some quality time with your loved one, whether that’s playing board games, going for long walks, or tucking into the homemade biscuits that await your arrival.
What guests say: “The most magical and romantic weekend ever! The cabin is absolutely beautiful. It has everything you need as well as breathtaking views! The hot tub is an added bonus, we watched the stars. We loved the special little touches like Jenny’s homemade shortbread and the board games. The bed is super comfy and the location is perfect. Jenny’s food recommendations were great, we ate at the Groves Inn and the steak was delicious.”
Price per night: From £67 for 4 people
Location: Hartland, Philham
Why stay here: For one of the more unique lodges with hot tubs in Devon, book a stay at Coastal Cabins. These handcrafted cabins may be small but boy do they pack a punch. Inside you’ll find a sumptuous king-sized bed, a TV, electric heating, and a fully equipped bathroom and kitchen. And that’s not even to mention the surroundings! Outside on the decking, you’ll find a picnic table. This is the perfect spot to enjoy evening drinks or breakfast alfresco, while soaking up the views of the gentle fishing lake that is set alongside the cabin. From here, you can enjoy a multitude of breathtaking walks and beaches so pop your shoes on and get ready to explore!
What guests say: “Wow, these beautiful cabins have it all. Cosy, peaceful and picturesque. Janet was very welcoming and had lots of info on the area and its surroundings. This place is a must for anyone who enjoys camping with all the comforts. We went to celebrate our wedding anniversary and enjoyed a complimentary hour in the wild spa hot tub. This place is a perfect getaway with beautiful places to visit.”
Price per night: From £54 for 4 people
Location: Collaton St Mary, Paignton
Why stay here: If you want good views, that’s exactly what you’ll find at Devon Hills Lodges. I mean, you won’t want to spend any time actually inside your lodge when you can admire views like these. These lodges are also a great option for those who want lots to do on-site. The site comprises plenty of play spaces, a tennis court, an impressve health and leisure club, and a historic 15th-century country pub. However, if you do want to explore further, the park sits just two and a half miles from the glorious beaches of the English Riviera.
What guests say: “Wow, just the best location ever! The views overlooking the meadow were amazing. Perfect location if you have a dog. We enjoyed sitting out on the decking watching the world go by and in the hot tub on an evening watching the sun go down, just beautiful. The lodge was beautifully furnished with everything you need.”
Price per night: From £39 for 4 people
Location: Webbery, Bideford
Why stay here: If you’re anything like me, your heart is in the forest, which means you’ll love a stay at Bulworthy Forest Lodges. Tucked away down a picturesque tree-lined drive at the entrance to Bulworthy Forest, these lodges feel far from the hustle and bustle of modern life. There are an impressive fifteen lodges on-site, meaning there’s something for everyone. However, what they all have in common is the five fishing lakes and 25 acres of woodland that surround them. Walk, anyone?
What guests say: “The lodge looked so peaceful and pretty from the outside, inside was exactly the same. Nothing we needed that we didn’t have. The lodge was very comfortable, clean, quiet and we absolutely loved it. Really warm and cosy in the evenings too. The hot tub was a favourite with us all, private but it had beautiful views and we loved hearing all the birds and noises of the forest.”
Price per night: From £89 for 4 people
Location: Kentisbury, Nr Barnstaple
Why stay here: If you love lake views, this one’s for you! For one of the most picturesque lodges with hot tubs in Devon, book a stay at Kentisbury Grange Country Park. With a waterside location, a private bubbling hot tub, and ridiculously modern and well-equipped interiors (think flatscreen TVs and a rolltop bath!), you couldn’t ask for much more. The lodges are also set on the same grounds as the Grade II listed Kentisbury Grange hotel, which means they enjoy all the same benefits as those staying in the hotel. This includes access to the on-site award-winning The Coach House Restaurant by Michael Caines. Just because this is a self-catering holiday, doesn’t mean you have to cook for yourself after all!
What guests say: “This is the second time we have visited Kentisbury Grange and it did not disappoint. As before, all the staff were welcoming, friendly and helpful. The lodge was clean and in very good condition. We love the tranquillity and enjoy sitting in the hot tub, watching the world go by and chatting to the ducks on the pond. The food in the restaurant is exquisite and the cocktails are adventurous; top class!”
Price per night: From £98 for 2 people
Location: Hele Bay, Ilfracombe
Why stay here: Calling all beach bums and water babies! Beach Cove Coastal Retreat is one of the best lodges with hot tubs in Devon for you. Set on the cliffside of Hele Bay, with breathtaking sea views, you really couldn’t ask for much more here. But that doesn’t matter because they give you more anyway! Each lodge is light, airy, and beautifully decorated, with large windows and decking to soak up the views. Top tip: upgrade to a Premier lodge so you can soak in a luxurious hot tub under the stars!
What guests say: “Having arrived in the dark we had such a lovely surprise the next morning when opening the blinds – the view right over the cove was amazing. I probably watched the view more than I watched the TV from the sofa. The hut was well equipped including all the extras you would need – tea, coffee, etc. The shower was great and there is the hot tub – this was amazing – gowns and towels were also included.”
Price per night: From £85 for 2 people
Location: Braunton, Barnstaple
Why stay here: If you can’t choose between the countryside and the coast, Great Field Lodges is one of the best lodges with hot tubs in Devon for you. Just a few miles from stunning coastline, the peaceful site is home to just three lodges, each with a modern open-plan layout. The spacious living areas open out onto large, sheltered decks with tables and seating, where I can guarantee you’ll spend the majority of your time. With their sumptuous king-size beds, stylish ensuites and private hot tubs that are just calling my name, these lodges really were designed with couples in mind.
What guests say: “Sarah, the owner, is an amazing host. Nothing is too much trouble and every detail is thought of. Biscuits, prosecco, milk in the fridge on arrival, and tea and coffee readily available. The lodges are just stunning and so calming living in the wood. They are spacious and beautifully furnished with a huge bed. Especially loved the bathroom with a massive bath.”
Price per night: From £139 for 6 people
Location: Dean Cross, Woolacombe
Why stay here: The impressively spacious Lower Buttercombe Farm lodges are two of the best lodges with hot tubs in Devon for a family or big group of friends. With ample decking space and two king-size bedrooms inside, there’s plenty of space to spread yourselves across. And when the hot tubs fit six people, there will be no arguments about who has first dibs in the tub! Inside, the lodges are ridiculously modern and feature large windows that allow you to enjoy panoramic views across the rolling countryside while cosied up inside. However, I’d recommend heading outside to boat on the lake, or play table tennis or badminton on the games lawn.
What guests say: “The accommodation is set out in a wonderful set of modern lodges with extraordinary views of the countryside over a Long Valley. Our hosts couldn’t have been more accommodating seeing that every wish was fulfilled. The chalets are beautifully appointed and set in spacious gardens with really nice hot tubs. The hosts provide access to their private lake with rowing boats, table tennis and the like.”
Price per night: From £93 for 4 people
Location: Kilkhampton, Bude
Why stay here: From the flickering wood burner to the stargazing window to the underfloor heating, there’s so much to love about The Ocean Room Roundhouse. The roundhouse comprises two cabin rooms, a fully fitted kitchen, and a modern ensuite. And the peaceful, scenic surroundings are made all the better by the addition of the bubbling hot tub which you can enjoy once the kids turn in for the night! This really does feel like a little hotel room. However, despite all the modern luxuries, you’ll still be able to get back to nature by sharing stories around the campfire or cooking in the pizza oven.
What guests say:“Excellent accommodation. Beautiful roundhouse and the hot tub was a wonderful perk as was at the correct temperature as soon as you wanted To use it. Would definitely return and recommend to others.”
12. Eden Cabin
Price per night: From £165 for 2 people
Location: Greenham, Wellington
Why stay here: The spacious and bespoke timber-framed Eden Cabin is easily one of the most luxurious lodges with a hot tub in Devon. Although it only sleeps two people, it’s ridiculously spacious so there’s no chance of you and your loved one getting sick of each other here! In fact, there’s ample space both inside and out. Outside on your covered deck, you’ll discover a handmade alfresco dining set, charcoal grill and a semi-sunken hot tub, that overlook a private garden and 180-degree uninterrupted countryside views.
What guests say: “We can see why they decided to call it Eden Lodge. From the moment we walked through the gate to the garden we were impressed. The thing that struck me most on our entrance to the property is just how spotlessly clean and tidy it was. The lodge has been thoughtfully designed and decorated. The hot tub was so relaxing. We used it every day and it was nice to watch the birds on the bird feeder whilst in the hot tub or sat on the sofa.”
13. March End Lodges
Price per night: From £85 for 2 people
Location: Georgeham, Croyde
Why stay here: Okay so I’m going to start this recommendation by saying that March End Lodges have to be one of my top five favourite lodges with hot tubs in Devon. Doesn’t this place just look like a little slice of heaven? From the quiet unspoilt countryside to the romantic hot tub for two to the outdoor snug chair, I couldn’t think of a much more idyllic space to while away the hours. Inside, the story is much the same with modern luxuries such as a fully-equipped kitchen, sumptuous king-size bed, a huge bath, and floor to ceiling windows to frame the countryside views.
What guests say: “Beautiful lodges, finished to an extremely high standard and the little touches make the big difference (John Lewis towels, Forthglade treats for the dog on arrival, Prosecco in the fridge). Our initial fear was the size of the lodge and comfort for the dog, both were completely unfounded.”
Price per night: From £93 for 2 people or £105 for 3 people
Location: Mullacott Cross, Ilfracombe
Why stay here: Situated between Woolacombe and Ilfracombe, the lodges at Mullacott Park benefit from panoramic sea and meadow views. That’s just one reason of many to book a stay here. The lodges range from mini to standard to VIP, with only a handful benefitting from a hot tub, so make sure you book the right lodge if you want that much-sought-after tub! You’ve got a fully-fitted kitchen to cook up a feast but on-site you’ll also find The Coffee Lounge which has an all-day breakfast menu, great coffee, freshly made cakes, and more.
What guests say: “On arrival, we had a lovely, friendly welcome from the lady on reception. We were even given some lovely fresh scones. The lodge itself was so cosy and welcoming. It was a cold day when we arrived and the heating was on and the hot tub was warmed up ready to use. The lodge itself was extremely clean and comfortable. The hot tub was very clean and was attended to every day to check filters and chlorine etc.”
Price per night: From £348 for 2 people
Location: Holbeton, nr Plymouth
Why stay here: Where to start with The Beach Hut except by saying that I’m so beyond desperate to stay here. It really is a romantic retreat away from the world! Set in the most jaw-dropping location in your own private cove, the sea views alone are enough to warrant a stay here. Whether you enjoy the views from your indoor hammocks, your outdoor picnic table, or your wood-fired hot tub is up to you, but regardless, this stay is one you’ll remember for the rest of your life. And if you want to make your stay extra special, make sure you order a local, organic breakfast hamper, BBQ box or Devon cream tea hamper before you arrive!
Price per night: From £126 for 6 people
Location: Dunkeswell, Honiton
Why stay here: Peaceful and restorative, a stay at Lakeview Manor Lodges will have you returning to ‘normal’ life feeling totally rejuvenated. There’s no pressure to do anything here other than cosy up on the decking with a good book while listening to birdsong and taking in the views. The site is home to eight individual wooden lodges, each with spacious verandas, a private hot tub, and all the modern mod-cons you’d expect from a holiday home. However, Lakeview Manor gives you good reason to not just stay in your lodge. On their beautiful 45 acre estate, you’ll discover amazing walks, fishing opportunities, and even a restaurant and bar.
What guests say: “My wife and I had a fantastic time. With peace, quiet and privacy we enjoyed some rare time just to ourselves. The lodge was modern, spacious and clean with views over one of the fishing lakes and being on the end of the row it was not at all overlooked. The hot tub was amazing and a real treat! We would definitely recommend this lovely place and jump at the chance at returning if we can.”
Price per night: From £140 for 2 people
Location: Kings Nympton, Satterleigh
Why stay here: If you want peace and quiet, peace and quiet is exactly what you’ll get at Wampford Woodland Retreat Cabins. A complete retreat away from the world, the two cabins (George and King’s) are nestled away in undisturbed woodland with outstanding countryside views. Each luxury cabin comes beautifully crafted with luxuries such as a hot tub and wood burner, so you can enjoy your stay no matter rain or shine. From your private deck, you can enjoy 360-degree views of Devon countryside and wildlife at its best!
What guests say: “Such a perfect place to relax and get away from it all. Everything was perfect from prosecco and chocolate on arrival, the hot tub, wood burner and fairy lights really make it a romantic setting. The views are stunning. Lovely walks around the lodge along the river, fantastic pub with amazing food is just a short walk away.”
18. Woodbury Woods
Price per night: From £82 for 6 people
Location: Woodbury, Nr Exeter
Why stay here: Woodbury Woods is one of the best lodges with hot tubs in Devon for families. There are eight lodges on-site, four of which come complete with a bubbling hot tub, but each is just as well-equipped as the last. However, you won’t want to spend too much inside when there are woodland walks and a country-style bistro right on your doorstep. Yep, it’s safe to say this is a great stay for foodies. To make your stay extra special, make sure you order one of their welcome packs before you arrive! Whether you go for the pamper pack with champagne and luxury chocolates or the luxury BBQ pack with a prime selection of quality meats, it’s the best way to get your stay off to a great start.
What guests say: “A wonderful stay at Woodbury Woods. Great service from all the staff – being heavily pregnant I was given good safe advice on the use of the hot tub whilst pregnant. Staff couldn’t do enough to help and gave good information on the area and things to do. We had our family dog along with us and she was given treats and a water bowl on arrival and was encouraged to join in with all that they had at the campsite.”
Price per night: From £80 for 4 people
Location: Halwill, nr Beaworthy
Why stay here: Cheap and cheerful, a night at Ruby Country Lodges comes to only £20 per person, so booking a stay here is pretty much a no-brainer really. But that’s not the only reason to stay here! Part of the Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, the three bespoke lodges with sunken hot tubs are full of luxurious touches, all without the price tag! And with pine trees at every angle, the surroundings lend themselves to great views and even better walks.
What guests say: “We stayed in the Tamar Lodge, it was lovely! Fully fitted kitchen, lounge, dining area, 2 bedrooms, 1 with an en-suite and a large separate bathroom (jacuzzi bath!). We were also pleasantly surprised we also had a sauna in our lodge – amazing! The hot tub is perfect, it’s secluded enough to be private which was great.”
Price per night: From £135 for 6 people
Location: Hawkchurch, Axminster
Why stay here: Hawkchurch Resort is a great option for those who want plenty to do on-site. From a spa, indoor heated pool, and sauna and steam rooms, to a gym, shop, bar, restaurant and even a Costa Coffee®, there’s so much to keep you busy. That being said, you’ll have a hard time dragging yourself from your lodge when it looks this good! Plus, who needs a pool when you’ve got your own private hot tub? The stylish and modern accommodation comes with ample entertaining space, including an outdoor dining area, making it a great base for a family or group of friends. And if that wasn’t enough to persuade you, please read the review below because it’s enough to make anyone want to instantly book a stay here!
What guests say: “The lodge was absolutely superb. It was beautifully furnished and extremely clean. We had drinks and food on our first night as part of the takeaway service and it was excellent. For me what stood out the most was the outstanding level of customer service from the staff. They were absolutely amazing and could not do enough for us. They delivered a bottle of prosecco with a card and balloons and some wonderful chocolate brownies. It was such a lovely and thoughtful touch. I have been lucky enough to stay in many 5 star hotels around the world through my job and this place far exceeds many of the places I have stayed.”
21. Maple Tree Lodge
Price per night: From £115 for 4 people
Location: Crackington, Crackington Haven
Why stay here: Want to be entertained no matter rain or shine? Well, you’re pretty much guaranteed a great time at Maple Tree Lodge. The living area is lovingly stocked with a TV, DVD player, Wii, books, games and more, so even if the weather’s not on your side, the kids (or young at heart) will have plenty to keep them amused. And not only is the inside impressive but the outside is too! The large balcony benefits from garden furniture, a private hot tub, BBQ, and of course some stunning views to top it all off. Beyond your lodge, you’ll also discover a lovely wildflower meadow and lots of woodland walks. How idyllic!
What guests say: “Wonderful cabin. This stay included everything you could ever need at the accommodation… a well-equipped kitchen with full utensils, clean and comfy bedrooms, a very clean and modern bathroom, all bundled into a cosy and homely cabin. The hosts were lovely and met us immediately on-site providing a warm welcome to myself and the rest of my fellow guests.”
Price per night: From £99 for 2 people
Location: Cockwood, Starcross
Why stay here: This romantic little hideaway for two is a great option for couples looking to get away from it all. With a beautifully designed interior and amazing furnishings, Little Guinea Chalet is one of the most modern lodges with hot tubs in Devon. You’re certainly not skimping on luxury here! However, one of the main reasons to book a stay here is for its enclosed private garden with a table and chairs, sun loungers, and of course, a hot tub.
What guests say: “We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived at Little Guinea. It was not only spotlessly clean it was tastefully decorated, extremely comfortable and it even had a view of the sea which we weren’t expecting. The other touches like a delicious lemon cake, prosecco, milk, croissants, butter and jam were very special. I loved the village. It’s very pretty.”
23. The Nap Cabin
Price per night: From £140 for 4 people
Location: Burrington, Chumleigh
Why stay here: The Nap Cabin is one of my all-time personal favourite lodges with hot tubs in Devon. There’s so much to love about this place that it’s impossible to know where to start when describing it. Firstly, the cabin does views seriously well. Sitting at the top of a hill in its own field commanding spectacular views of the valley, it doesn’t get much more peaceful and secluded than this. The cabin is ideal for all-year-round stays too. The Swedish wood burner and wood-fired hot tub will keep you toasty in winter, and if it gets warm in summer, you can fold the doors back and let the summer breeze flow in!
What guests say: “The Nap is amazingly beautiful, simple and calm with the luxury of a 5 * apartment. Beautifully decorated and practical. Everything is there for a purpose. As it stands alone in the middle of nowhere, the sense of calm is immense. The beds are very comfortable and the loft-bedroom made an adventure of going to bed for our 10-year-old. The kitchen is well equipped, and the bathroom is a good size with a powerful shower.”
Price per night: From £73 for 4 people
Location: Chudleigh, Newton Abbot
Why stay here: Cheaper than most lodges with hot tubs in Devon, Finlake Holiday Resort is another affordable option for small families planning a staycation. Set in 130 acres of beautiful South Devon countryside, there’s an endless number of things to get up to here. A waterpark, outdoor heated pool, gym, tennis courts, spa, archery, horse riding, fishing lakes, restaurants, bars, the list goes on… And that’s still only scratching the surface! To top it all off, there’s a wide array of amazing lodges to choose from. I’m not one to pick favourites but some of the Scandinavian style lodges look next-level.
What guests say: “We cannot fault this accommodation – it was beautiful! The accommodation was decorated and furnished with a luxury feel to it and it was immaculately clean. The hot tub was a fantastic addition and we enjoyed our evenings relaxing in it, and the swimming pool was fab and again very clean. We enjoyed a spa session and again this was lovely! An all-around fantastic break.”
Price per night: From £90 for 6 people
Location: Rawridge, Upottery
Why stay here: If you don’t think that Otter Falls Lodges‘ decking is one of the most idyllic spots in the world then I’m not sure we can be friends. Bubbling sunken hot tub? Check. Wooden deck chairs? Check. Amazing views across a private fishing lake? One big check! Each of the thirteen Finnish pine-log lodges enjoys amazing views over a sparkling fishing lake, so don’t worry, you can always cast your line straight from or nearby your lodge. Choose from one, two or three-bedroom lodges for your romantic getaway, family break or holiday with friends.
What guests say: “I honestly don’t think we could have found a more perfect location. The lodges are well designed so everyone has their own private space and it was very peaceful and secluded. There was a wonderful view from our balcony with the hot tub which was really enjoyed the complimentary bubbles! We also had a cosy lounge with a log burner where logs and firefighters were provided.”
26. Treetops Lodge
Price per night: From £135 for 6 people
Location: Slapton, Merrifield
Why stay here: If you fancy feeling like you’re among the treetops then look no further than the aptly-named Treetops Lodge. The lodge is set on a sloping hillside amid the tree canopy so although it may not be a treehouse, its leafy position makes it feel as though it is! Bright and modern with large windows to maximise light and the amazing views, this lodge is a wonderful retreat away from the world. While the lodge is something seriously special, make sure you explore further afield too. You may even get to meet the resident goats who enjoy wandering around the nearby meadow!
What guests say: “The place was beautiful, very cosy with everything you need for your stay! The big windows, the river view, the sound of birds and the river water in the morning make this a dream place to stay. The beds are extremely comfortable and the hot tub is just the final touch. Every guest should try the hot tub under the stars in the evening. You won’t be disappointed.”
Price per night: From £93 for 2 people
Location: Merton, Okehampton
Why stay here: Last but absolutely by no means least, we have Tythecombe Stargazing Retreat. This spacious getaway for two will have you questioning where you want to spend all your time. In the hot tub? On the decking? Cosied up by the wood burner inside? Well, no matter where you choose to place yourself, you’re guaranteed a good time here, no matter rain or shine. The open-plan living space is a real highlight with its wood burner, Smart TV, Alexa smart speaker, and wide bi-folding doors that lead to the garden. Oh, and of course I have to give a special mention to the skylight above the bed which is perfect for stargazing at night. Talk about romantic!
So there you have it: the 27 most beautiful lodges with hot tubs in Devon. If you weren’t already tempted to book one of these lodges with hot tubs in Devon, then I’m sure you will be now. I mean, they’re something very special, aren’t they? I’ve especially got my eye on Beach Cove Coastal Retreat and March End Lodges! But which of these lodges with hot tubs in Devon have you most got your eye on? Please let me know in the comments below!
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