Dogs love Dartmoor: there's so much to sniff and explore here, from long walks over the high moors to gentle walks through bluebell woods and across open grassland. Choose a place to stay where dogs are welcome; with a fenced garden, or by the number of dogs you will be bringing. Don't forget to visit our Dog Blog too!
Primrose Cottage is a detached thatched, Grade II listed cottage situated next the the churchyard in Drewsteignton. Inside it is surprisingly light and has some pretty furnishings. The two bedrooms are up some steep stairs - 1 double and 1 twin. Nice and convenient for The Drewe Arms pub.
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
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.
Moorside Cottage is a spacious, detached 4 bedroom single storey cottage. A haven for nature and garden lovers with Dartmoor on the doorstep and interesting towns and the coast within easy reach.
This modest stone-built lodge-style holiday cottage sits in the peaceful grounds of Honicombe Manor Holiday Village near Gunnislake and St Ann's Chapel. In a beautiful wooded setting, this Honicombe Manor cottage offers simple, modern accommodation with a sunny balcony overlooking open countryside, perfect for alfresco dining.
Clampitts is a 3 bedroom semi-detached house with glorious views. A lovely quiet spot with walking from the door; good food pub at Wonson (1 mile)
A three-storey detached house in a quiet residential street in the Devon coastal town of Teignmouth. This family-sized Teignmouth cottage has been well-restored from its original Victorian style, to provide comfortable holiday accommodation with three bathrooms and four bedrooms
This detached, stone-built lodge-style holiday cottage sits in the peaceful grounds of Honicombe Manor Holiday Village, in a beautiful wooded setting. The cottage offers modern accommodation with a sunny balcony overlooking open countryside, perfect for alfresco dining.
Award winning well-maintained and popular park two miles from Okehampton close to Dartmoor National Park.
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.
Honeyford Cottage is situated on the edge of Dartmoor, ½ mile from the small hamlet of Crockernwell and 1½ miles from Drewsteignton, a quirky, detached, Grade II* cottage sitting snug within its own 3 acre valley. Surrounded by cottage-style garden with small, enclosed area (chairs) to the front, and the rest roughly mown and well-stocked with stream and large pond (unfenced) with ducks. Paddock for ball kicking and running off steam, shared with the two cats, guinea fowl and hens that live in the barn at the end of the drive (tended regularly).
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 bunkhouse (which can sleep up to 50) offers dormitory style accommodation with bunk beds in each of the rooms. A kitchen, large seating area, toilets and showers are all within the bunkhouse.
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 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).
This semi-detached cottage is a former miller’s cottage; part of an Historic England Grade II listed corn grinding water mill, set beside the River Lemon in a rural area, three miles from Newton Abbot. This well-restored three-storey house feels welcoming, spacious and light with plenty of exposed beams, stone walls, antique furniture and interesting fireplaces.
Situated just 400 yards from the pub in Manaton you will find this beautiful cottage converted from a hayloft above granite stables. The Hayloft provides a beautiful, relaxed place to stay at any time of year with woodland and moorland walks from the door.
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.
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 !
A really interesting barn conversion in the village of Galmpton, a mile from the beautiful River Dart and 3 miles from Brixham harbour. Enjoying a quiet village setting within a short stroll of a friendly pub and village shop, this barn provides spacious family accommodation on three levels.
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.
As it says on the tin - Truly an escape from reality. Wilson Cottage is ideal for that romantic retreat. This dog-friendly accommodation offers one double bedroom with king size bed, open plan lounge with fully equipped kitchen and separate shower room. Outside there’s a private garden with uninterrupted views of Dartmoor. The cosy, dog-friendly, centrally heated, triple glazed cottage also offers free wifi.
Julia and Martin have a quality hideaway here, alongside the main house, but entirely separate, this little cottage is perfect for two. With a king size bed under oak beams and beautiful country garden plus small lake, this has to be one of my top recommendations for a romantic honeymoon on Dartmoor. The pleasant shower room is on the ground floor as the bedroom takes up most of the space up aloft. The kitchen is super too. I love it. Close enough for a steam train ride on the South Devon Railway.