Moorhaven holiday cottage near Throwleigh on Dartmoor in Devon sleeps 6 people, set close to a popular pub and has 3 bedrooms including 2 double bedrooms. Moorhaven in Wonson is ideal if you are looking for a good sized cottage that sleeps 6 people near Dartmoor with nice and spacious bedrooms, looking out over a fantastic pub that is family friendly.
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.
Couldn't get further away from it all if you tried ! Lower Hookner Barn is nestled in the heart of the Dartmoor National Park, in a peaceful and rural hamlet. They are situated on the Two Moors Way, and have easy access on to the moor which of course offers amazing walking, stunning scenery, peace, quiet and tranquility.
With no light pollution, the skies at night are truly beautiful; by day you will be able to hear the neighbouring farms’ cows, sheep and guinea-fowl! They have their own hens who will be delighted to provide you with eggs for breakfast, and they also have other four-legged members of the family who will be delighted to meet you! They are very dog-friendly
This luxurious wooden lodge is set in the owners' grounds, less than two miles from the village of Copplestone and thirteen miles from Exeter. The beautifully furnished, single-storey holiday home feels spacious, light and has views of green Devon meadows from all windows, so you really feel away from it all.
This modern and convenient detached log cabin is set in the grounds of Fingle Glen Golf Hotel, near Tedburn St Mary in the heart of Devon. This Tedburn St Mary log cabin overlooks the prestigious golf course and visitors are welcome to make use of the fabulous on-site facilities.
Set within idyllic ‘Hogwarts’ style grounds within the Hannah's at Seale Hayne complex, you will not need nor want to leave this stunning location. Forest View is a newly renovated block of nine ground floor rooms, six of which are fully accessible.
2 bedroom and 3 bedroom timber clad lodges in this quiet quality campsite in a most picturesque setting alongside the River Tavy. A delightful family run site which has 125 pitches for camping and touring caravans, some static caravans and these 2 upmarket lodges. I went along to see inside them on a cold January day and was very impressed. They are modern, warm and spacious, light and spotlessly clean. Very swish indeed. Well equipped with everything from microwave to outside folding chairs to make the most of the relaxing verandah. Cox Tor has a family bathroom with shower and bath, and there is an en-suite shower room in the double bedroom. Electricity and bed linen included - just bring your own towels and tea towels. The kids will love the playpark and the riverbank. Everyone loves the resident ducks. Fly fishing available.
A characterful end-terrace cottage, virtually on the South West Coastal Path, within a 10 minute walk of Brixham harbour with its bustling activity on and off the water.
This attractive Edwardian family house is in a lovely residential street near the centre of Plymouth. With plenty of space, and spread over three floors, this delightful cottage provides an ideal getaway for families, being a convenient base for exploring the city, discovering the south Devon coastline or just visiting family and friends nearby.
This converted old coach house cottage that sleeps up to 5 is attached to a big Grade II listed Victorian rectory set in 40 acres of sheep grazed meadows. Lovely location to enjoy excellent walks or the nearby South Hams beaches. Inside the cottage is smart and stylish with two bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin).
This luxurious lodge is one of a small group of lodges on a quiet grassy site on the outskirts of Tavistock, Devon. In a truly rural setting, Lodge 11 is a superb lodge with far-reaching views towards Dartmoor, makes an ideal peaceful base for exploring this picturesque part of Devon.
The Old School Cottage retains its charm with arched windows and modern interior. The original bell is still sited in the bell tower. Private access is through the 'Girls & Infants' entrance. The Old School is ideally situated for exploring Devon and Cornwall. Whether you are here on business or for pleasure, we will strive to ensure that you feel at home, and make your visit as memorable for you as possible. Now in our tenth year, Maxine has a wealth of useful tips for things to do and places to see.
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)
Claret Tor is a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom granite built lodge set in the grounds of Bovey Castle. The lodges overlook the Edwardian gardens, lake and tennis courts. All the hotel facilities are yours to enjoy during your stay, including indoor heated swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam room, sauna, spa, golf course, tennis court, croquet lawn and playroom - so no matter what your age or pastime there will be something to keep everyone busy!
Tents, statics & Glamping pods to hire, dogs welcome, open March to November, near Tavistock. Walk straight onto Dartmoor from this site and there are cycleways nearby. Level, well-drained pitches and new FIVE star facilities. The Langstone Bar (check their website for opening times) with a woodburning stove, terrace and games room offers evening meals and is a perfect place to relax and unwind at the end of the day. No loud music, no traffic noise, stunning starry skies, peace and quiet and of course, a friendly atmosphere.
Cullaford Cottage is just ½ mile from Scorriton, in the tiny hamlet of Combe through which the River Mardle meanders to the beautiful, bouldered River Dart, a stunning detached cottage, once home to the author Mary Wesley and a haven from the modern world.
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
David & John look forward to welcoming you to 'Overcombe House' their award winning guest accommodation that can be your sanctuary in Devon's delightful Dartmoor National Park. Their most popular rooms & their spacious breakfast room have stunning views over Dartmoor towards North Hessary Tor & Leather Tor.
The Linhay is set in a small courtyard of converted farm buildings. To the rear there is a granite-walled enclosed garden with patio (the artist neighbour does have access through the garden to a small studio). In total you can enjoy the 5 acres to wander. Inside has been carefully furnished with lovely fabrics, colours and many original paintings which all helps to provide a restful retreat. Best for a maximum of 3 people as it has 1 double and 1 single. Perfect for walkers
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.