Holne is a delightful moorland village in the Dartmoor National Park with an active farm and farm shop (Holne Court) and tea shop for tired walkers. Perfect stop off point for Two Moors Way. Fishing and walking on the river Dart, crossed by two medieval bridges. Bags of archaeological interest on Holne Chase. There is also a church, pub and accommodation.
|Lazy Bear Cottage||
Lazy Berar Cottage is located in the centre of Holne, 100 yards from the shop and tea room, a beautifully restored Victorian cottage snuggling between two other cottages. Once it was part of the village forge, now a comfortable, warm and delightful homeHoliday Cottages & Self Catering
… in the centre of Holne, 100 yards from the shop and tea room, a beautifully restored Victorian cottage snuggling between two other cottages. Once it was part of the village forge, now a comfortable, warm and delightful home with lovely oak floors (rugs) downstairs. To the front, a neat gated garden; at the back, an equally neat enclosed garden on several levels (steps up) with small lawn (table/chairs).
Front door to living room with open fire, TV/DVD; off living room, a prettily decorated little bedroom with two single beds. Kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, washer-drier,...
|Holne Community Shop and Tearoom||
Holne Community Shop and Tearoom serves delicious cream teas and cakes, a terrific all-day breakfast, plus soups, sandwiches, pies and other goodies. The shop is incredibly well stocked with most things that visitors might need. They're open from 11.00 to 5.00 every day of the year except Christmas Day and New Years Day. A brilliant community-run enterprise - run and staffed by volunteers. They are located right on the Two Moors Way and also serve as a Dartmoor National Park information point. They get fab reviews on Trip Advisor and in their comments book too! Cafes
Holne Community Shop and Tea Room nestles in the charming village of Holne in beautiful Dartmoor National Park.
In 2011 the villagers formed a co-operative and in 2014 raised enough funds to purchase the premises with the help of the Charity Bank and the support of many local shareholders.
Staffed by local volunteers and one manager the shop and tea room prides itself on being very much run by the community for the community.
The premises have been designated an official Dartmoor National Park Information Centre providing maps, leaflets and guides.
Moorside Cottage is a spacious, detached 4 bedroom single storey cottage. A haven for nature and garden lovers with Dartmoor on the doorstep and interesting towns and the coast within easy reach.Holiday Cottages & Self Catering
2 miles along narrow country roads (passing places) from Scorriton, off a quiet no-through lane which continues as a footpath directly to the open moor (½ mile), a spacious, detached single-storey cottage. Facing south, it is private and secluded, surrounded by large, well-planted, enclosed gardens with level lawns, sunny terraces (table/chairs) and tree-shaded lookout point (bench) with stunning long views over sheep-grazed fields to the distant sea at Teignmouth.
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The Stone Barn Cottage is a 3 bedroom 'upside down' cottage situated on the edge of Holne. A really well considered and very welcoming base from which to explore both Dartmoor and the South Hams.Holiday Cottages & Self Catering
On the edge of Holne, attached to the owners’ home, a comfortable ‘upside down’ cottage created from one end of a barn. Enclosed, level lawned garden (table/chairs) beyond the cottage with lovely rural and moorland views.
Herb Cottage is ideally suited for a maximum of 4 adults and is set in a superbly secluded situation just 200 yards from Dartmeet. It is great for walking, tor-climbing, riverside picnicking or just soaking up the cenery.Holiday Cottages & Self Catering
Located about 200 yards up the hillside from Dartmeet, hidden amid trees up a private drive, a handsome granite semi-detached cottage, built in 1893 and part of an estate purchased by the current owner from HRH Prince Charles who leased it to the owner of Plymouth Gin. Herb Cottage, once the gardener's, is attached to Bentley Cottage, once the chauffeur's. Twelve acres of woods and meadows (bluebells in spring) to explore, stretching to the river (private salmon/trout fishing). Gardens surround the cottage with, at the back, a large meadow with patio (table/chairs, barbecue), leading...
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.Holiday Cottages & Self Catering
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. Across the little used single-track lane, a small enclosed orchard (picnic bench) and, beyond, a bluebell wood (deer, kingfishers) with the river on one side. Behind the cottage, an enclosed lawned garden plus cobbled/paved terrace (table/chairs).
|The Tradesman's Arms||
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 ?Pubs with rooms
You'll find The Tradesman's Arm in the heart of Scorriton Village near Buckfastleigh, only a 3 mile drive from the A38 Devon Express way. It is a traditional "country pub" with modern styling and a very friendly welcome. They offer quality real ales, homecooked food, a selection of wines and B & B accommodation.
Enjoy the unique experience of being able to walk straight from the front door onto the Dartmoor National Park, returning to find a warm atmosphere created by the wood burning stove and friendly welcoming staff. Alternatively relax in the beer garden overlooking the...
Lowertown Farm, a 93 acre working farm sits nestled in a valley in the heart of Dartmoor, where a peaceful walk can take you from the top of Blackator to the banks of the River Dart through gorgeous wooded paths and winding country lanes. When Luke and Hannah Fursdon opened a Bed and Breakfast in their 500 year old farmhouse in 2009, these were just some of things they were excited to share with guests. Others include a passion for activities such as diverse as horseback riding and kayaking as well as the joy of getting up close to the animals raised at Lowertown. In 2014 Lowertown began serving it’s very own farm reared bacon and sausages as part of it’s hearty and traditional full English breakfast, complete of course with farm fresh eggs. Lowertown is an ideal place to use as a jumping off point for a active or horsey holiday, with guests horses able to be accommodated, or to just relax and enjoy the dawn chorus.Bed & Breakfast
Lowertown Farm Bed & Breakfast is set in a peaceful rural hamlet within the Dart valley, three miles away from the picturesque village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor. They are surrounded by ninety three acres of farmland with open moorland above and below the farm.
Luke and Hannah, the second generation to live at the 500yr old farmhouse, welcome you with a warm log fire (perfect for those cold winter nights), comfy sofas and full English Breakfasts.
They can cater for groups, families, couples or singles but they try to limit themselves to a maximum of six guests at any time,...