Luxury caravans for hire on an Award winning campsite on the banks of the River Tavy. All centrally heated and double glazed. Excellent quality campsite for families, just 2 and a half miles out of Tavistock. No slot machines here. Play park and the riverbank for children to explore. Fishing for Dad on offer. Up to date caravans and a beautiful Shepherd's hut if you want to go 'glamping' or as the owner prefers to call it 'comfortable camping'. Some caravans take dogs, some don't. Exercise field for dogs. Reception with free wifi, small array of provisions including fresh milk, papers and the all important ice creams!!
Deep in Lord Roborough's 6000 acre estate you will find Maristow Barton, a large detached Georgian house that sleeps up to 16. The house is hugely comfy with bright modern decor. The house offers 5 doubles and 3 twins all with own private/en-suite bathrooms. The standard of luxury and comfort in the house is exceptional, the atmosphere relaxing and casual, the surrounding tranquil - great for those family get togethers. If you don't fancy making use of the well equipped kitchen professional catering is available.
Couldn't be more in the centre of things. An historic Inn with food, local ales, B&B, camping and bunkhouses to suit every pocket. The bed and breakfast rooms are in a separate building less than 30 yards away, which used to be the Railway Inn. Now updated and offering a wide range of double and family bedrooms, all with either bath/shower or showers. Plenty of off road parking.
Traditional 16th century working farmhouse with exposed beams and log fires. Situated in the charming hamlet of Gooseford, it is quiet and rural, yet within 5 minutes of the A30. Mary offers 3 course evening meals (advanced booking required) with meat from the farm and fresh garden produce plus super home made puds. And she makes her own bread ! Family room, King and a single available, all with either an en suite or private bathroom and a private guests lounge.
The Globe Inn overlooks the churchyard and onwards towards Castle Drogo. Public car park 50 yards. Good bar and Restaurant food, friendly atmosphere. Dogs welcome in the pub, . Seven en-suite bedrooms in total Deluxe Suite, doubles and twin and a large family room (1 x double 2 x single beds). Evening meals in a most pleasant dining room. This pub has regular quizzes and musical entertainment - open mic nights etc. We have one room where dogs are allowed to stay (please let us know when booking if you are bringing a dog). Click here to go to our online booking system.
In the centre of Princetown, high on the Moor. This bunkhouse can house up to 12 in 3 rooms of 4. Bedding/towels not provided, but available for hire. C.H.+ good kitchen with flat screen tv, fridge, cooker, microwave and all important toaster. Underfloor heating in the showers. This is a licensed cafe, so packed lunches available. Drying room, bike storage and they will take dogs if you hire the whole bedroom. Car park too. Nice friendly owners Dave and Abbi
This whole cottage in the country is available to let, OR you can book just the ground floor. On site are productive glasshouses and stock, sheep, ponies called Juniper and Jester, ducks and hens, ideal for visiting children. With a very strong self sufficiency ethic they sell surplus fruit and vegetables to lucky visitors. Do have a look at our review to see large photos and our own enthusiastic write up about this green and friendly accommodation.
A country house hotel with smart restaurant open to non residents. I can recommend the bar which has a real fire and a good range of local ales and whiskey, for lunch after walking on nearby Haytor Rocks. Contemporary style in the bedrooms and throughout the hotel. Super gardens. Off road car park. Licenced for weddings.
Dartmoor House overlooks the village green at Belstone, one of the best unspoilt villages on the Moor. Debra offers up to the minute bedrooms with freshly cooked breakfast using local produce. This is prime walking and cycling country, so there's a lockable bike storage area on offer too. Four bedrooms in total, Two ensuites. One kingsize and one twin room. All with tv, tea tray etc. The local pub is good for food.
Stay on Dartmoor in the cosy Lower Barn, situated in a remote setting on a working hill farm with spectacular scenery all around. Sherberton Farm is one of Dartmoor's ancient tenements, right at the heart of the moor, farming cattle, ponies and sheep. The Lower Barn is a single storey barn conversion with its own garden in the farm yard. It has everything you could need for a relaxing week away from it all.
Most of the bedrooms at this established hotel in the centre of Dartmoor boast a four poster bed, spa bath and Moorland views. Popular for weddings at any time of year and a good base for walks, especially to Wistman's Wood a fabled treat nearby. Eat in either the Tors Restaurant or the hotel lounge bar in front of a real fire. Wonderful setting with bags of history. The hotel can accommodate conferences for up to 170 with 100 car parking spaces. Check the hotel website for many breaks, offers, Murder Mystery weekends, dancing holidays, live music and birthday treats.
Caravan & Camping site, just off the A30 where dogs are welcome. Good site for a quiet relaxing holiday, along with many excellent walks and hikes close at hand on Dartmoor itself. Very close to the excellent Granite Way walking and cycling route. BBQ, some provisions including milk and cream, shower with hot water, disabled facilities, laundry and washing up area. Morning papers on order. Plus - what better news - The Prewley Moor Arms, providing good food and drink is next door.
What super people Sue and Trevor are. Comfy house with large bedrooms, warm as toast, great pictures. Family room with 2 double beds. Bags of style, chickens to feed, ponies, garden and views. Steven Spielberg filmed War Horse in this area of the Moor (film crew stayed at Pixeycombe) and he said "I have never before, in my long and eclectic career, been gifted with such an abundance of natural beauty as I experienced filming War Horse on Dartmoor".
Choose any of our campsites on Dartmoor and pay a visit with your own accommodation in a vintage, restored VW campervan. Collected from Southampton or Sidford you will soon be down the M5 and onto the open roads of Devon in one of the fleet - Ruby, Reginald, Gertie or Bertie. Take your pick. Hook up your MP3 player to the stereo speakers and live the dream. The campers can sleep 4 plus you can add a popup tent or awning if you wish. With cool box or fridge, gas hob and grill, crockery, cutlery, pots, pans, tea towels! Including extras such as campbeds and chairs (free) cycle racks, child seat, even a travel guitar... What more could you want for a classic Summer of Love experience?
Tavistock's most established hotel and well worth visiting for good food and accommodation. Generously sized bedrooms including some four posters choices, family rooms and pet friendly options. There's an easy to use 'check availability' feature on the hotel website but don't forget to ring and ask if they have any last minute deals - you could benefit from a late deal. Most impressive conference room now at the rear of the hotel and this hotel has a sensible car park for guests.
Short toddle from centre of Moretonhampstead town. Perfect for bookworms as the house is stacked with great books. My idea of comfort. Guaranteed good breakfast as Victoria is a good cook. Victoria offers a single whenever available. This accommodation is not suitable for small children or any size dogs, sorry. Parking is on street or in one of 2 car parks within 3 minute walk.
If you can visit this country house in Spring when the primroses are out then you will be in for a treat. 2 of the 3 bedrooms are wonderfully large. There is one room that can be taken as double or a twin, and the Garden Suite has access through French Windows into the most stunning garden with your own private seating area. No need to ask if the breakfast is good when you take a look at Maddy's kitchen. She's happy to take families and you won't find a better garden for tennis or hide and seek.
Stunning Grade II listed Manor and Country living Cottages set on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park, surrounded by beautiful Devon countryside, so peaceful and quite. Ideal for family holidays and get-togethers/special occasions as the two larger properties interconnect sleeping up to 19, whole site 24. The grand reception rooms in the Manor provide a ‘Downton Abbey’ atmosphere where dinner is served (caterers available) on an antique mahogany dining table in-front of a roaring inglenook fireplace. Pets and children are welcome and we provide a wealth of baby equipment available free of charge. The play area/barn are perfect for entertaining all ages with table tennis, pool table, dressing up box, games and ride on toys. Our three adorable donkeys, ducks, rabbits, goats love a visit (plus carrot) anytime and our friendly village pub is just 10 min walk away.
Super farm for families to take a holiday. Let your children let off steam, collect the eggs and stroke the piglets! Not far from the A30 at Whiddon Down and central for everything that Devon has on offer. They provide 2 really good sized en-suite rooms including a nice large family bedroom overlooking the garden at the rear of the house, guests' sitting room for the evenings. Run by a family with young children of their own.
This B&B is perfectly placed for some of the most fabulous local walks with names to places such as Dippy Copse, Coledridge Wood, Langland Wood, Butterdon Ball Wood and nearby Steps Bridge in the stunning River Teign Gorge. Only open from April to October and well off the beaten track, that track to the house being well BUMPY BUT WORTH THE EFFORT. The website doesn't do it justice, as it is one of Devon's hidden gems. Two heavenly bedrooms both with private bathrooms. Occasional suppers on request and lots of good eating places around.