Honeysuckle Cottage is one of two delightful semi-detached barn conversions which are situated on the owners’ non-working farm, adjacent to their home, near the lovely little village of Ashwater, in west Devon. Set within a tranquil rural setting, along a pretty country lane with high Devon banks, these spacious cottages provide a countryside getaway for a family or group of friends to immerse themselves in country life, including walking, birdwatching and cycling. These cheery barn conversions have been lovingly renovated in order to provide comfortable accommodation, equipped with en-suite master bedrooms, family bathrooms, cloakrooms and comfortable living spaces, where there is plenty of space for friends and family to spend quality time together, complemented by Smart TVs.
Tavistock's most established hotel and well worth visiting for good food and accommodation. Generously sized bedrooms including some four posters choices, family rooms and pet friendly options. There's an easy to use 'check availability' feature on the hotel website but don't forget to ring and ask if they have any last minute deals - you could benefit from a late deal. Most impressive conference room now at the rear of the hotel and this hotel has a sensible car park for guests.
Hannahs Adventure Hostel offers 12 simple rooms, perfect for people looking for somewhere inexpensive to rest their heads after a busy day exploring the area.
Beechdene Lodge is situated on the Honicombe Manor resort near to Gunnislake, just across the border into Cornwall. Cleverly designed in a upside down style to make the most of the beautiful views, the bedrooms and bathroom are on the ground floor with the double bedroom having the benefit of French doors leading directly out on to the decked terrace and patio, a lovely spot for breakfast. Honicombe Manor has both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, as well as a fully equipped gym, tennis court and children’s play area.
Little Week Cottage is a super, romantic bolt hole for exploring Dartmoor's wild fringes or further afield.
A fabulous first floor apartment in the owner’s Devon farmhouse, with spectacular views of the surrounding rolling meadows towards Dartington Church.
If you are looking for high-quality accommodation, with amazing far-reaching sea views across to Berry Head Lighthouse from private balconies, decking and landscaped gardens, this wonderful holiday home near Paignton could be just what you are looking for.
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.
The Bothy is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom detached cottage beautifully converted from an old barn but all has all modern day creature comforts. It is set within 14 acres of woods and fields and has fine walks and a good pub on the doorstep!
Quarterdeck is an aptly named property, being perched above Bigbury-on-Sea. Directly overlooking Burgh Island, it commands a stunning, south-facing panoramic view of Bigbury Bay, stretching from Bolt Tail in the east to Stoke Point in the west.
Rockmead is a large detached Grade II listed house that sleeps up to 10 and is on the Two Moors Way. It is an extremely peaceful base for observing nature (moon and barn owl watching), moorland walks or just getting away from it all.
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.
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 !
Evelyn Waugh wrote Brideshead Revisited whilst staying here. 5 en-suite rooms, all with flat screen TV and Sky freeview channels. Views over the garden to the Deer Park. Good walking area. Castle Drogo and the wonderful River Teign are all within walking reach. Open all year round. Chagford is a just a short drive.