Located in the Dartmoor National Park, The East Dart Hotelfeatures B&B accommodation sitting in a garden and offers a pub serving restaurant cuisine, a beer garden and shared lounge.
Situated between the charming cathedral city of Exeter and the pretty town of Okehampton, Dartmoor View is moments away from the world renowned Dartmoor National Park, ideal for walkers and cyclists. Set in 20-acres of beautiful landscaped grounds it makes for the ultimate family and pet friendly touring park.
Pineapple Cottage is a great 'bolt hole' for two which has been stylishly renovated by its artist owner. Located just 50 yards for the lively Chagford town centre.
On the southern edge of Mary Tavy, above a quiet lane beyond the village church, is Little Torside, a pretty semi-detached cottage, once part of a terrace of miners’ cottages (the other two are now the owners’ home). A rural haven for walkers or exploring this beautiful part of Dartmoor.
On the outskirts of Belstone you will find this lovely clematis covered, thatched, medieval Grade II listed cottage, perfect for 4!
Self catering cottage in the garden at The Rugglestone Inn. Sleeps 4 in comfort. With a double bedroom and a twin room. Ideal for those wishing to nip into the pub in the evening for your supper and not have to worry about driving home and getting lost on Dartmoor !
Ashbourne Woods is a beautiful woodland camping site catering for all types of camping and overnight stays but which specialises in wild and semi wild camping within the 68 acres of woods.
Moorhaven holiday cottage near Throwleigh on Dartmoor in Devon sleeps 6 people, set close to a popular pub and has 3 bedrooms including 2 double bedrooms. Moorhaven in Wonson is ideal if you are looking for a good sized cottage that sleeps 6 people near Dartmoor with nice and spacious bedrooms, looking out over a fantastic pub that is family friendly.
The Old School Cottage retains its charm with arched windows and modern interior. The original bell is still sited in the bell tower. Private access is through the 'Girls & Infants' entrance. The Old School is ideally situated for exploring Devon and Cornwall. Whether you are here on business or for pleasure, we will strive to ensure that you feel at home, and make your visit as memorable for you as possible. Now in our tenth year, Maxine has a wealth of useful tips for things to do and places to see.
A fabulous 200-year old converted threshing barn, in a rural location close to the tiny village of Zeal Monachorum near Crediton. This beautifully presented cottage is one of two on the owners' non-working farm, where there are ponies and a well-stocked fishing lake. This Crediton cottage really is an ideal rural retreat, with some beams and fantastic views of verdant pasture, and Dartmoor National Park in the distance.
Totally Dartmoor. Small privately run bed and breakfast couldn't be more central on Dartmoor. An excellent choice for walkers. Home made evening meals in the dining room, and I know that the food is good. Dogs are very welcome to stay too. They are used to taking people 'off the road' who want to stay overnight, and then stay on for longer and longer. I'm not at all surprised.
This pretty Grade II listed semi-detached thatched cottage, next door to the owner’s house, is set in a very peaceful area, steeped in history and situated close to the site of an old priory, in the rural hamlet of Brightley, near Okehampton.
This attractive holiday lodge is set amongst woodland in the beautiful grounds of Honicombe Manor Holiday Village in the hamlet of St Ann's Chapel near Gunnislake. In a secluded quiet setting on the edge of the site, this cottage is a perfect getaway for countryside lovers and birdwatchers.
Hannahs at Seale-Hayne boasts an exciting range of accommodation options to suit all budgets, from tent cabin “glamping” units to stylish en-suite rooms, a family apartment and even a hiker’s hostel. Our Seale-Hayne site also makes a beautiful, tranquil and inspiring place to stay, with plenty of things to do in the surrounding area, as well as places to explore.
Nestled on the edge of South Dartmoor, the dog friendly Dartmoor Lodge Hotel is easily accessible from The A38, midway between Exeter and Plymouth. The friendly atmosphere of this family run business is proving popular with both commercial and holidaymakers.
Ancient and remote with glorious views, a comfortable house that sleeps 14 – and toddlers too. It's the sort of place where you long to pull on your boots or jump on a horse and head for the horizon. This historic 400 year old Manor House, forms part of the 6 Manors of Widecombe. This important Manor has been in existence since early medieval times. It is situated half way up the hill in an isolated and quiet position, yet is within easy reach of local amenities. The views across Dartmoor and Widecombe are among the best in Devon. The property is set within its own grounds of about 30 acres and has direct access to the moor, some of which belongs to the property.
This cosy Sticklepath cottage is situated at the rear of the owner's home, but boasts its own entrance, driveway and private patio area. The open plan living area has lovely views out to the garden, and the patio area is a perfect spot to plan the day ahead over a leisurely breakfast.
A stunning, first floor studio apartment within Plymouth's Royal William Yard development, once the Navy's Victualling Yard. Boasting exposed limestone walls, oaks floors, high ceilings and huge floor-to-ceiling windows, this stylish apartment has been sensitively restored to provide a peaceful and fresh, yet historic living space for couples and small families wishing to explore Plymouth.
Camping or glamping, tents or tourers. 35 statics, open March to October. Luxury spa facilities in a beautiful setting close to Dartmoor. Indoor heated swimming pool, jacuzzi,infrared therapy cabin, off license, well stocked shop, games room, petanque course children's play area, launderette, dog walking area (+dog wash!) and friendly staff. I have this from visitors Georgie and Venn who originally found the campsite on my website, and who now regularly visit Woodovis as their favourite campsite in the South West.
Award winning campsite with camping, holiday lodges, caravans and a Shepherd's Hut. Dog friendly, perfect for children with play area, games room, fishing and a wonderful riverside park surrounded by trees and Moorland country. Adjacent to cycle route 27. Nearby riding and golf. Special offers in place such as "Scrooge Breaks, 65+ all year deals and Family Summer Holiday Mid week breaks" So all good !