Full of character, this holiday cottage is located within the boundary of the Dartmoor National Park and provides a perfect place for those who enjoy outdoor activities with fabulous walking and horse riding on the moors from the front door. Peter Tavy with is very good pub is close by and there are an abundance of attractions throughout Devon and East Cornwall for day trips out. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
Located in the Devon village of Mary Tavy with traditional pub, this delightful cottage for two affords an idyllic position alongside a babbling brook. Offering a taste of the 'Good Life', all the right ingredients are provided for a relaxing holiday with a tranquil setting, lovely walks and plenty of attractions throughout the Dartmoor National Park for day trips out. The coasts of Devon and Cornwall are within easy reach.
Sitting on the edge of Dartmoor's stunning National Park, Heather Cottage is a welcoming romantic retreat for two and ideal for walkers, cyclists and those who want to discover the beauty of Dartmoor. Fabulous walking from the front door and an abundance of attractions for day trips out throughout Devon and Cornwall. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A large romantic 4 Star self contained garden flat with private courtyard located on the fringes of Dartmoor National Park in Okehampton. Ideal for those who enjoy walking or who want to explore Devon and Cornwall's many attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Families, groups and couples love the warmth and welcome they get as soon as they step through the door of Annacombe. Converted from a former coach house, it sits quietly down a private lane, away from noise and light pollution. There is room for up to six guests in three bedrooms, including one double room with ensuite on the ground floor. The popular Church House Inn in Harberton is only a ten-minute walk from the cottage, while Totnes and Dartmoor National Park are both an easy drive or cycle away. Paignton, Torquay, Buckfastleigh are all less than a half hour drive, while Plymouth is not much further. Whether you want to sail, fish, shop, eat, walk, cycle, climb, or just find a new favourite view every day of your holiday, Annacombe is a beautiful place to stay while you discover the many delights of Dartmoor and the south Devon coast.
Sleeping up to twelve guests, this gorgeous farmhouse oozes character and country charm and offers plenty of space for friends and family to enjoy holiday time together. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, Warmhill Farm has a very long history and sits in a picturesque setting in the Teign Valley on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, just a ten minute walk from Hennock village where there is a pub. A great place for relaxing, celebrating a special occasion or exploring the many attractions of Devon. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.