Little Holme is a picturesque thatched holiday cottage on the village green in the heart of Lustleigh, on Dartmoor in South Devon. Described by The Times and Daily Telegraph as one of the prettiest villages in England.
Photographs of Little Holme featured in both newspapers and Little Holme was once named by The New York Times “The archetypal English Cottage”. It has been featured on chocolate boxes, tapestries, photographs, paintings and cards. It has roses and honeysuckle round the front door.
The Cleave is an historic pub nearby serving excellent food. Up the lane from Little Holme is the recently refurbished Primrose Cottage. Famous for coffees, cream teas and light meals. Across the village green the local shop, “The Dairy” sells milk, bread, fresh and frozen food, fruit and vegetables, mostly locally sourced, and alcohol, newspapers, cards, etc.
Little Holme dates back to the 15th Century with lots of beams, but has everything for a modern holiday – big screen TV with DVD, fast Wi-Fi, underfloor heating in the living room and a wood burner stove for winter evenings.
Lustleigh cottage accommodation sleeps four people in two bedrooms and has a modern bathroom with over-bath shower. The smart galley kitchen has a washer-drier, fridge, oven with ceramic hob, microwave and even more beams.
Little Holme is located in Pound Cottages, on the village green in the picturesque village of Lustleigh, Devon in the Dartmoor National Park.
Lovely cottage in idyllic location. Enjoyed our stay. Friendly village & great pub. Totnes, Dartmoor, Salcombe, Greenway & Exeter all worth a visit. Will return again!!
The cottage is perfectly charming. A good blend of character & comfort. Thank you.