This cosy first floor flat is situated above the ticket office at Okehampton heritage railway station, a visitors’ centre, running week-end trains. Situated at the end of the popular Granite Way trail and surrounded by beautiful countryside, this lovely flat will appeal to walkers and cyclists in particular, as well of course as railway enthusiasts.
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.
This property is ideal for a busy active family who will appreciate the fact that there is a swimming pool with endless flow in house, an outdoor pool in summer, a tennis court, a games room, multi gym with exercise machines, pool table, table football and table tennis, and a 250 acre farm to romp around. 2 double rooms plus a twin and a cot. If you have extra guests, the farm also has bed and breakfast on offer. This is a very well equipped house with the added benefit of an evening meal menu. A five star cottage.
This campsite is open all year and takes up to 75 tents and 10 motor homes. (No electric hookups) Prices are per person, not per unit. I recommend that you book well in advance in the bunkhouse as it gets full in Summer with backpackers from all over the world.
This cosy, character terraced holiday home was once a fisherman’s cottage and is located on a slipway down to Back Beach, in the popular coastal resort of Teignmouth. A lovely haven for a traditional seaside holiday, ideal for a small family or group of friends.
Couldn't be more in the centre of things. An historic Inn with food, local ales, B&B, camping and bunkhouses to suit every pocket. The bed and breakfast rooms are in a separate building less than 30 yards away, which used to be the Railway Inn. Now updated and offering a wide range of double and family bedrooms, all with either bath/shower or showers. Plenty of off road parking.
This traditional Victorian house is situated on a quiet, tree-lined road in Torquay, just a mile from the seafront and five minutes' walk from the train station. The property provides several cosy apartments, attached to the owners’ home, where you are assured a warm welcome.
Short toddle from centre of Moretonhampstead town. Perfect for bookworms as the house is stacked with great books. My idea of comfort. Guaranteed good breakfast as Victoria is a good cook. Victoria offers a single whenever available. This accommodation is not suitable for small children or any size dogs, sorry. Parking is on street or in one of 2 car parks within 3 minute walk.
Teign View is a 2 bedroom detached bungalow within yards of the local shop and excellent pub. A light and bright holiday home in pretty countryside, with cathedral city amenities and good beaches within easy reach.
Butterdon Barn has 2 bedrooms and has been converted from an ancient barn and offers it's own private hot tub and great views across fields to Dartmoor. A great base for walking or for simply enjoying the tranquillity.
4 rooms in total including 2 doubles, a twin and a suite that can take 6. Situated in Scorriton overlooking a beautiful wooded valley, 3 out of the 4 rooms have stunning views. Flat screen tv's, en-suite bathrooms. Moorland walks straight from the doorstep. Plus the added advantage of being a brilliant food pub. Monday and Tuesday is Steak night, Wednesday Pie night and Friday night is Fish 'n Chips night - in addition to our regular and varied menu. Woodburner stove on the go in cooler evenings. What more could you wish for ?
Barnabas House B&B is a multi-award winning guesthouse - a beautifully restored Edwardian house in a peaceful location on the western side of Dartmoor National Park, close to cycling trails, National Trust properties and the beautiful Tamar valley, and within easy reach of the historic city of Plymouth. Relax in one of their spacious, clean and comfortable en-suite rooms, most with lovely views over Dartmoor.
A country house hotel with smart restaurant open to non residents. I can recommend the bar which has a real fire and a good range of local ales and whiskey, for lunch after walking on nearby Haytor Rocks. Contemporary style in the bedrooms and throughout the hotel. Super gardens. Off road car park. Licenced for weddings.
The Shippen is a fabulous, detached barn conversion, this North Tawton cottage provides cosy, ground floor accommodation, ideal for a family holiday.
Three comfortable bedrooms, one with a shower and basin, offer flexible sleeping arrangements at this Devon cottage, whilst the sitting room has south-facing views across lush meadows.
With walking and cycling available from the doorstep, and wonderful star-lit skies, this is a fabulous rural cottage in Devon, perfect for a taste of country living.
This lovely whitewashed, semi-detached farmhouse is situated on a non-working farm in a rural setting attached to the owners’ home and near the small village of Northlew on the edge of Dartmoor. Set within a tranquil setting with superb farmland and rural views, this traditional cottage provides a countryside getaway for a family or group of friends who will love the friendly pet pigs, alpacas and Ryeland sheep kept by the owners.
There are 14 bedrooms at the Cromwell Arms in the heart of Bovey Tracey. One of them is a family room that can sleep up to 6, and the thing that I like is that they offer this room as "ideal for a group of people who are on a budget and don't mind sharing." What a wonderful way of putting it! Many groups of walkers are on a budget, so it's right, this is a good option. Add to that the fact that the pub offers good food, a pub quiz every Tuesday AND THAT there is also a therapy room for aromatherapy massage, reflexology and Reiki natural healing, then this looks just the place for a few nights away doesn't it?
This charming, semi-detached cottage is situated in a quiet street, half a mile outside Kingsbridge town centre, within the South Hams area of South Devon. The cottage is beautifully presented with light and airy, modern décor, and provides a cosy holiday home for five people.
The Stable is set in an attractive group of barn conversion cottages situated on the outskirts of the picturesque village of North Tawton, in the heart of Devon, close to the Dartmoor National Park. These North Tawton cottages are located in a rural setting surrounded by green meadows full of grazing animals, and have marvellous, far-reaching countryside views towards Dartmoor. The Stable is a nature lover’s haven.
Cleave Tor is a luxury private, granite built lodge within the grounds of Bovey Castle. The lodges overlook the Edwardian gardens, lakes and tennis courts. All the hotel facilities are yours to enjoy during your stay including indoor heated swimming pool, gym, steam room, sauna, spa and restaurants.
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.