Dogs love Dartmoor: there's so much to sniff and explore here, from long walks over the high moors to gentle walks through bluebell woods and across open grassland. Choose a place to stay where dogs are welcome; with a fenced garden, or by the number of dogs you will be bringing. Don't forget to visit our Dog Blog too!
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.
104 Tor View is a two bedroom static caravan that can sleep up to 6 people on the delightful and tranquil 'Dartmoor View' Touring Park.
Luxury caravans for hire on an Award winning campsite on the banks of the River Tavy. All centrally heated and double glazed. Excellent quality campsite for families, just 2 and a half miles out of Tavistock. No slot machines here. Play park and the riverbank for children to explore. Fishing for Dad on offer. Up to date caravans and a beautiful Shepherd's hut if you want to go 'glamping' or as the owner prefers to call it 'comfortable camping'. Some caravans take dogs, some don't. Exercise field for dogs. Reception with free wifi, small array of provisions including fresh milk, papers and the all important ice creams!!
The Shippen is a semi-detached ‘upside down’ cottage converted from an old milking parlour that sleeps 4, it is one of many beautiful barns and stables which served Grenofen manor house. It has pretty views of well-kept flower-filled grounds and long views to the moor, and its own little secluded garden for sunbathing/snoozing. Lots of footpaths around.
Ideal for touring all of Cornwall, Dartmoor and South Devon, this detached, family-friendly lodge is located at Honicombe Manor, in the stunning Tamar Valley, near the rural village of Gunnislake and town of Tavistock. With the lodge being situated right opposite a children's play area and only a short stroll from the facilities at Honicombe Manor, Eden Valley Lodge could not have a better location on the park
Michaelmas Cottage is on the edge of Drewsteignton, just 400 yards fron a good pub and village shop. It is a pretty, spacious, thatched cottage. A wonderfully peaceful place with woodland and riverside walks from the door.
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.
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 ?
The new Bradbury Holiday Apartments at Hannah's at Seale Hayne offer accessible accommodation in fresh and bright surroundings. They offer stunning views from both the front and rear of the surrounding rolling Devon hills.
The Hemphouse has a delightful open-plan living room, kitchen and dining area, fronted with beautiful windows looking out over the valley towards Brentor. Situated in a smallholding where Chris and Ruth have their own chickens, goats, horses and sheep and lead a very sustainable way of life. The Hemphouse has one single bedroom downstairs, with an en suite toilet and shower room. This room also contains the washing machine and tumble dryer. Upstairs, the landing area is bookended by a double bedroom on one end, and a twin bedroom on the other. There is one upstairs bathroom with sink, toilet and bath. “These are basic, without frills, solid and worthy lets. The curtains may well be slightly faded, but the welcome from Ruth and Chris is completely genuine. They want you to share their way of life, get close to their much loved livestock, go out and discover Dartmoor for yourself. Stay here and you will have a taste of the Good Life"
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.
Hole Farm is a thatched, detached, Grade I listed, medieval Dartmoor longhouse, stone mullion-windowed, full of . The Farm also includes a separate cottage so it is a great location for those family gatherings or celebrations as it sleeps up to 12
Honeyford Cottage is situated on the edge of Dartmoor, ½ mile from the small hamlet of Crockernwell and 1½ miles from Drewsteignton, a quirky, detached, Grade II* cottage sitting snug within its own 3 acre valley. Surrounded by cottage-style garden with small, enclosed area (chairs) to the front, and the rest roughly mown and well-stocked with stream and large pond (unfenced) with ducks. Paddock for ball kicking and running off steam, shared with the two cats, guinea fowl and hens that live in the barn at the end of the drive (tended regularly).
Ceylon, 2 bedroom, is one of two stylish, semi-detached, upside down cottages cleverly converted from a barn. Excellent for two family parties to share (interconnecting doors available).
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.
The Annexe is a wonderfully private spot, excellent for walkers. The Annexe is an extension of a Victorian Farmhouse surrounded by mature trees and granite, moss-covered walls, and beyond, moorland pasture and the crystal clear East Dart River.
In a small hamlet away from busy traffic. Trudie has been an excellent landlady for many years. Quality bedrooms. This is a real working farm in the heart of a quiet Dartmoor hamlet where the farming family keep their horses. Free range eggs, local bacon and wonderful home made marmalade on the breakfast table.
Dating back to the 19th century, this charming detached property that sleeps 6 has been thoughtfully renovated to create a delightful holiday home with woodburners and original stone flooring. Set on the edge of Harford Bridge Holiday Park, a four star camping and touring site, this delightful retreat is in a peaceful location and is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area.
Choose any of our campsites on Dartmoor and pay a visit with your own accommodation in a vintage, restored VW campervan. Collected from Southampton or Sidford you will soon be down the M5 and onto the open roads of Devon in one of the fleet - Ruby, Reginald, Gertie or Bertie. Take your pick. Hook up your MP3 player to the stereo speakers and live the dream. The campers can sleep 4 plus you can add a popup tent or awning if you wish. With cool box or fridge, gas hob and grill, crockery, cutlery, pots, pans, tea towels! Including extras such as campbeds and chairs (free) cycle racks, child seat, even a travel guitar... What more could you want for a classic Summer of Love experience?
This cosy cottage is attached to the owners’ farmhouse, in a rural location on the outskirts of Ashburton. Situated on a quiet farm that breeds and trains racehorses, along with keeping miniature Shetlands, this is the perfect spot for the family to enjoy the beauty of Dartmoor, being surrounded by acres of rolling green pastures grazed by ponies.