Set in its own 36 acres of heaven in the very heart of Dartmoor National Park, Lydgate House, built in the 1800s, is a small and unique country house hotel with spectacular views across Dartmoor moorland and river valley. Peace and quiet, spectacular Dartmoor views, delicious home cooking using the best local produce, warmly cossetting bedrooms, romantic breaks, walking, fishing, dog-friendly, child-free hotel, in a relaxed, tranquil and secluded setting. This lovely Country House Hotel offers splendid dinner bed & breakfast accommodation. The ideal break for those wishing to get away from it all within the beautiful surroundings of Dartmoor Devon.
Gorgeous Grown-Up Barn conversions for couples. Set in a fabulous location, Lurcombe remains totally secluded, charming & rustic. Hike, Bike, ride or simply switch off and relax. If you’re looking for a romantic break in Devon that’s peaceful and surrounded by nature, Lurcombe is a perfect countryside retreat. The Granary is a 5* barn conversion on the first floor of the 'Shippon', built in 1851. Ideal for couples, the barn oozes character and charm, and the extra little touches make it a real home from home.
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.
2 miles from Widecombe-in-the-Moor, down 700 yards of private drive, are six cottages around a courtyard, superbly converted from an Edwardian 'model farm' and with direct access to open moorland.
Yurtcamp Devon is the ultimate glamorous camping, or glamping, yurt holiday for those who seek the simplicity of living under canvas without giving up the quality and comfort of more conventional holidays.
Eastwrey Barton is a delightful Georgian country house providing the perfect country retreat..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 guest house with a licensed 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.
2 miles from North Bovey in a lovely setting is Bovey Castle, built in 1907 as a country seat for the heir to the WH Smith empire and now a renowned hotel. Carefully hidden in the grounds are 22 private, granite-built lodges of which Fox Tor is one
Between Okehampton and Tavistock, a lovely old thatched Inn serving real ale and a good range of wines. Known for it's high quality restaurant, with good West Country menus, this 800 year old hostelry also has 6 good en-suite letting rooms. 4 King size beds on offer, 3 family rooms + extra 'z' beds and cot available. Bar snacks available as well as most pleasant garden complete with stream and dovecote. Off road parking with pleasant flat walking and cycling on the Granite Way alongside. Bike hire close by.
One of two restored Grade II listed barn conversions with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, oak flooring and a fabulous games room and cinema area.
With a rural spot and spectacular countryside views, this cottage offers superb holiday accommodation. Situated on Dartmoor National Park and only a short drive from Ashburton, this property is in a perfect position. Golf, horse-riding and fishing are just some of the activities close by.
The Linhay is a 1 bedroom secluded, detached, 'upside down' cottage for two. It is situated in an excellent spot for those seeking peace, nature of a romantic hideaway.
A perfect romantic retreat, this Devon self-catering apartment has use of a sunny courtyard, which provides a relaxing place to sit and watch the swallows swooping near their nest. The delightful first floor apartment is set within the owners' Grade II listed Devon farmhouse, near the tranquil, rural village of Spreyton, close to the boundary of Dartmoor National Park.
The well-furnished interior of this Spreyton self-catering apartment, with a blend of character and contemporary, feels light and airy, and is reached by an external stone staircase, plus this holiday home has its own entrance separate from the main house.
2 miles out of Chagford offering a suite on the ground floor and rooms above. Impressive house. Fresh flowers throughout summer from their own very beautiful gardens where you are invited to relax. Horse riding locally. Helpful owner keen for you to enjoy your stay.
Relaxed country-house hotel with stylish rooms, lovely food, open fires and great walking all around - dogs are very welcome
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.
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 !
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.
Hamel Down Hideaway is a semi detached cottage attached to a Grade II listed farmhouse just two miles from Widecombe. There are family ponies, friendly dogs and small children. An oasis of wild beauty and calm.
The Horn of Plenty is a beautiful 19th century manor house on the Devon/Cornwall border. Located in stunning surroundings overlooking the Tamar Valley, 5 minutes' drive from Dartmoor, it offers a high standard of excellence to make your stay in the West Country all the more relaxing, comfortable and enjoyable.
Each of the 16 en-suite bedrooms is unique in it’s country chic design, displaying both contemporary richness and classic sophistication. Great care has been taken to restore the original period features, whilst installing all the modern comforts you expect and appreciate. Rooms are light, fresh and airy, and most enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful countryside.
Food features high on the agenda, with a 2 AA rosette fine dining restaurant featuring the best of local, seasonal produce.
Mill House Barn is a sweet little detached cottage converted from a barn tucked behind the friendly owners' former mill house. A trouble free bolt hole for two in a beautiful, rural oasis with great walking locally.
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.