Moorhayes is a family owned property in the heart of Dartmoor National Park in a secluded, quiet location between Bowerman's Nose and Hound Tor. Sleeping 7-10, the spacious bungalow offers private, enclosed gardens with direct access to the explore the moor by foot. It is a short drive to Widecombe-in-the Moor and Bovey Tracey and exploring Devon is part of the variety this holiday accommodation offers. The location is popular with families, stargazers, cyclists, and photographers. Wifi available.
|Villages in Action - SpiltMilk Dance - Blast From the Past||Spiltmilk Dance take audiences on a journey through the popular music, fads and fashions that have shaped British popular culture over the last 60+ years.|
|Manaton Show & Fair||Pop along to the Manaton show this Saturday, wide range of activities going on.|
|Becky Falls||Impressive Dartmoor Waterfall and woodland walks with quiz trail and letterboxing challenge for children.Cafeteria and picnics in the park. Boulders to clamber on. Craft shop and gift shop. Help feed the animals. Demonstrations and introductions to animals including the boa constrictor !!! DISCOUNT VOUCHER available on the voucher page|
|Holwell Farm Cottages||
Three high standard holiday lets in the middle of Dartmoor some four miles from Widecombe-in-the-Moor within a 400 acre farm with nearby walks on Dartmoor. BBQ areas. Log fires, dishwashers, power showers, central heating etc.
|Eastwrey Barton Country House||
There are some super rooms with equally super bathrooms here at Eastwrey Barton. It's in such a special valley on Dartmoor. Spring and Autumn are just heavenly here. This is a country hotel with evening dining and a licenced bar. Enjoy your gin and tonic on the south facing terrace taking in the view of the large attractive well tended garden. Off road car park.
This quality 2 room bed and breakfast has breathtaking panoramic view across Dartmoor, Holwell Bungalow is an architects Eco design house, set in the Becka Brook Valley at the foot of Haytor. Each of the two newly decorated rooms has a larger than average en-suite, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer, free sat TV and most important those guaranteed views over Dartmoor and their 23 acres of fields. Being believers of 'keeping it local' breakfast will consist of eggs from their own chickens and bread made fresh by hand. All welcome - walkers, cyclists or those just wanting to relax and unwind.