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Waterleat Farm, is situated one and half miles north of Ashburton town and is set in a woodland valley which runs up to the edge of open moorland next to the Ashburn river. It offers comfortable spacious accommodation. Sleeps 2 + Double Sofa Bed + Cot.
Following on from the really fun day we had at Hannah's on Saturday celebrating Disabled Access Day, why not experience the fun yourself and try their accessible glamping. Fir Tree and Birch Tree Lodge are two wonderful luxury accessible safari tents, set side by side on elevated platforms in a little dell at Hannah's Seale Hayne. The fenced decks offer lovely views across the glorious Devon countryside towards the coast at Teignmouth and Dawlish.
Situated just 5 minutes from the A38 Expressway, Hartford Farm B&B is set in two acres so offers convenient yet charming surroundings. Don't forget to bring your swimwear as it has a lovely outdoor heated swimming pool available during the summer months. The B&B is very dog friendly and Dogs stay FREE
The accommodation facilities at Brimpts are designed specifically to suit large groups of friends and family or businesses. The converted detached Barn offers the option of ten bedrooms, and if you are prepared to 'bunk up' Brimpts can sleep up to 32. Part of the joy of staying is the range of activities (extra cost) varying from farm tours by Landrover, 30' high climbing tower, mountain biking to orienteering. If this all sounds a bit energetic you can always opt to just chill out in the hot tub on the decking.
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.
This detached, stone-built barn conversion is situated next door to the owner’s home on a rare breed farm, within the Dartmoor National Park, a mile from the small village of Peter Tavy, and close to the market town of Tavistock.
Moorland Garden Hotel nestles in nine acres of stunning and tranquil moorland garden. The hotel has 4 luxurious suites and 38 en-suite bedrooms, some rooms have balconies and most have views over the expansive lawn, moorland garden and their Wildflower Meadow. The hotel is dog-friendly and has a number of rooms allocated for dogs. Diners with dogs can eat in the Dartmoor Bar with their dogs.
The Moorland Garden Hotel which is also open to non-residents offers; dining, accommodation, a gorgeous wedding venue, our AA Rosette award-winning Wildflower Restaurant, and the Dartmoor Bar for drinks and snacks. Our menu is updated seasonally, and we are currently offering a two or three course set menu for the special price of £12,95 for two courses and £16,95 for three.
Very pretty thatched cottage at Tedburn (6 miles Drewsteignton) with 4 bedrooms sleeping up to 7 guests. Grade II and listed, this 16th century cottage has a panoramic view towards Dartmoor and a superb well kept English cottage garden which is perfect for hide and seek. Inglenook fireplace, 3 bedrooms on the first floor, one double with level access on the ground floor. Boules pitch, summerhouse, BBQ, playroom over the garage. Off road parking for several cars. And with a pinch below 2 acres, this property with marquee can host a wedding reception for the top table and up to 60 guests.
Perfect for visiting nearby Castle Drogo, this AA 5 Pennant Gold and 5 Star site is for ADULTS ONLY. Camping, tourers, and dogs all welcome. Open all year. Small but well stocked shop. Calor gas agent. Smart toilet and shower block with the best disabled facilities I've seen so far. 5 minute drive from the A30 one way, 5 minute drive to Chagford the other way. Dartmoor on the doorstep. Check out our Discount Voucher page for £1 off per night
Harford Bunkhouse & Camping offers comfortable budget accommodation on the edge of South Dartmoor. An ideal choice if you are planning to start the Two Moors Way walk from south to north. Run alongside a working Dartmoor farm. The campsite is divided between two of the farm’s meadows. Campers can use the toilets and showers located within the bunkhouse buildings. Facilities include a wash-up area, drying room, laundry facilities and disabled access. There are also three camping pods and a cabin in the garden. These sleep up to 6 people each and have the same facilities as camping. Small campfires in the provided fire pits and BBQs are allowed at the farm’s discretion. Children and dogs welcome (dogs must be kept on a lead at all times).
A well-presented, converted coachhouse, situated on a quiet family-run campsite, in the hamlet of Gulworthy near Tavistock. This lovely cottage is close to historic Morwhellam Quay, and within a 10 minute drive of the popular pannier town of Tavistock, making it an ideal base for friends and families to explore this lovely part of the country.
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 !
This cosy, single-storey detached lodge sits on the edge of a cluster of a dozen chalets on a small, quiet site, near the small village of Highampton.
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome at Lydford caravan and camping park. The park has very green credentials including solar panels. Walk to 3 pubs, cycle safely to Okehampton. Visit nearby Lydford Gorge and Lydford Castle along with some walks onto the Moor.
This traditional seaside, detached, single-storey cottage is situated on a slope above Bigbury-on-Sea, on the south west coast of Devon. Just a short stroll from this lovely cottage, is the South West Coast Path and Bigbury Beach, one of the best beaches in the South Hams, making it ideal for families.
7 holiday lets on a working farm near Moretonhampstead. You'll find the makings for a cup of tea on your arrival (3pm onwards) then if it is summer why not take a dip in the outdoor heated pool and meet fellow guests? Sleeping from 2 to 6, these cottages are 'all in' which means no hidden extras to fork out for. You can safely walk into town via footpath from the farm. Our accommodation is open all year and lovely and warm in winter thanks to our biomass boiler central heating throughout. Wood burners in some of the accommodation too.
If you love traditional Dartmoor, then you will love this bijou self contained annexe decorated in Shaker style. Sleeps just two. Good food pubs nearby. Completely private with very pretty garden and fresh produce which you are invited to gather. Off road parking. Bliss for artists, cyclists and walkers
Ideal location for visiting Dartmoor and South Devon, A choice of 6 self catering Cottages ( AA4star ) with 1, 2,3 or 10 en suite bedrooms.
On the very South Westerly tip of Dartmoor with views over Buckland Monochorum and on towards the Tamar valley. Quiet, peaceful, well off the beaten track. Dating back 200 years, this small cottage for 2 has it's own private garden and parking. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, sitting room/dining area/kitchen all in one with patio doors overlooking the garden. Boot room off with washing machine, storage etc. Central heating. Small TV. All fairly brief, but so is the price. Close to Buckland Abbey, Morwellham Quay, the Garden House, and easy travelling to Yelverton, with Tavistock and Plymouth beyond
Say hello to Karen and the happy staff at the White Hart Hotel. They are keen to welcome you to this elegant Grade II listed building at this important crossroads on the moor. Dating back as far as 1639 when it was a coaching Inn, it has a range of very comfortable bedrooms, no two the same. I especially like the large reception lounge, which is a great place for locals to drop in for a quality coffee. The menu has recently brought up to date and diners can enjoy a local jazz band here some Sunday lunchtimes.