Poundsgate, Devon, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Poundsgate

Hotel
Good
27 reviews
4-star Hotel
  • Wifi
Situated in Yelverton, this bed & breakfast is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Bellever Tor and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Dartmoor Forest. Dartmoor National Park and Grimspound are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Hotel
5br 3-star Hotel
    Located in Postbridge, this bed & breakfast is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Bellever Tor and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Dartmoor Forest. Dartmoor National Park and Grimspound are also within 6 mi (10 km).
    Hotel
    Excellent
    29 reviews
    3br 2-star Hotel
      Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Grimspound, Bellever Tor, and Buckfast Abbey. Dartmoor National Park and Dartmoor Forest are also within 12 mi (20 km).
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      74 reviews
      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceOur beautiful cottage stands on the outskirts of Widecombe in the Moor, near the heart of Dartmoor. Set in the Widecombe Valley, Berrywood Cottage is a charming and cosy retreat for those looking to get away from it all. Guests can walk into Widecombe or explore the moor itself A cosy, self contained, semi-detached cottage. There are one double and twin rooms on the top floor, and a private bathroom with shower. Heating is provided by radiators. The Lounge/Diner is at the front of the house with French Windows enabling beautiful views across the garden and out onto the Moor. Sleeps up to 5. The cottage/annex has 2 comfortable double bedrooms with clean bed linen and fresh towels. Each bedroom has wardrobe and chest of drawer. there is a full equipped kitchen with electric cookers,microwave oven and fridge freezer. The dinning/sitting room has french windows which gives wonderful view across the garden lawn to the open moor. We have organic vegetable garden, which you are welcome to gather for your own meals. Washer and Dryer is not hooked up but we will provide free laundry service for you anytime. We are very happy to advice you on the area.The cottage has open access to Dartmoor, for which we can offer you assistance via maps and guidebooks. we can also by prearrangement offer you guided walks,tailor made to suit your requirements. Breakfast is not included. Widecombe is a historic village, with its parish church rightly known as the cathedral of the moor. it is also home to the famous widecombe fair. The area is surrounded by beautiful Tors and streams. Hidden valleys contain the remains of many past settlements, from medieval villages destroyed by the black death, to stone age and bronze age hut circles. the world famous Merrivale stone row is only half hours drive away. Horse riding and canoeing are also popular local activities. surrounding villages and towns offer regular farmers markets, with a taste of local (website hidden) most of these villages you will find a warm welcome in their tearooms and inns. the larger villages also home their own traditional country fair, emphasising country music and folk dancing. Many of Dartmoors long distance walks pass this way, including the very popular two moor way which links the south Dartmoor coast with the Exmoor coast. Best to bring your own car to really indulge your self here on the moors. Breakfast is not served but we have muesli, eggs, bread and milk for your first day of your arrival so you can relax and enjoy your morning. You also have access to free teas and coffee. If required, we can provide breakfast with £5 (smoothie, yogurt, bacon, egg, mushroom and toast.) extra per person. We can also provide special Japanese dinner with extra £15 per person. Guest AccessThere is a TV&DVD player in the lounge for your use and WIFI is available. Bed linen and towels are provided for your use. you may be able to pick your own organic vegetables from our garden in season. Berrywood is not suitable for wheel chairs as we have no downstairs bedroom ... Sorry. Interaction with GuestsWe are very happy to advice you on the area. The cottage has open access to Dartmoor, for which we can offer you assistance via maps and guidebooks. We can also by prearrangement offer you guided walks, tailor made to suit your requirements. Breakfast is not included. The Neighborhoodonce out of our gate you are on open moor. we are on the side of Wind Tor and the route of the Two Moors way. plenty of cattle, sheep and ponies all around us. It takes a little longer, but it is possible to walk to the village across the moor instead of country lanes. We have plenty of maps and guide books to help you! Also in bad weather we can loan you raincoat and wellington boots. Hopefully not needed. Getting AroundBest to bring your own car. You should be aware the nearest food stores and petrol stations are in Ashburton and Bovey Tracey. Your own means of transport is essential. Unfortunately, we have no reliable public transport service to Widecombe. Apart from waterproof clothing it is important to have strong walking footwear. Other Things to NoteWe should tell you that we are on the open moor, continually visited by cattle. ponies, sheep and cows graze just inches away from the house, so get your cameras on stand by. If you are lucky, you might even get to see new born lambs and even baby ponies.
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      The SpaceSouthcombe is a beautiful old granite longhouse farmstead on the west flank of the legendary Widecombe-in-the-Moor Valley. The view below us of the valley and village looks as bucolic as farmland from the 18th century and the wild and open moorland above us is marked out only by ancient reeves, stone hut circles, barrows and tors grazed by ponies, cows and sheep. Dartmoor is a world apart and wonderful to explore at any time of the year. It is spectacular when it snows, fresh and green with white blackthorn blossom in spring, iridescent with bluebells in May, filled with lark song in high summer, dazzling in the August carpets of yellow and purple gauze and heather flowers and then atmospheric with autumn mists. Southcombe itself has a wildly beautiful 4 acre garden below the house which is open to the public on Sunday afternoons with the National Gardens Scheme in May and June, when you too would be welcome to wander in it. Above the house are our fields, our cows pigs and geese, bluebell wood and our gate to the Moor. The guest rooms are in the north wing of the massive granite barn now converted for living. This single room - open to the roof beams - is big and comfortable with a warm oak floor. The window faces east across the valley to Pil Tor and Top Tor and you can sit and enjoy it all in a sofa and armchair with a coffee table, a kettle, coffee and tea and a TV. Your bathroom, which has a legendary power shower, is shared but only if either of the other rooms are occupied. There are 3 guest rooms, including this one - the other two are: Twin room: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/4159086 Double room: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/4127811 All together we can accommodate a group of 5. The guest rooms have their independent entrance and direct access to the fields, the wood and the bonfire patch which you're welcome to use and barbecue on - there's always plenty to burn! Guest AccessFor lunch and supper there are two good pubs in the village and for teas and lighter lunches there are two cafes - all only five minutes walk away. The room is very spacious and comfortable with plenty of sitting space for enjoying the good tea and coffee you can make right there. Interaction with GuestsYou will be welcome to arrive anytime after 4pm - the place is easy to find and we provide you with all the information you'll need to settle yourselves in. We live in the far end of the house and will check you in and out. The NeighborhoodWidecombe is the perfect moorland village with two excellent pubs and two cafes. It is famous for Widecombe Fair, Uncle Tom Cobley and all, on the second Tuesday every September and for its 14th century church, St. Pancras, the Cathedral of the Moor. There are fantastic walks in all directions - Haytor, Hound Tor, Hameldown, Grimspound and the Dart gorge are all nearby. Getting AroundApart from occasional buses in the summer season there is no public transport so you will need either to drive, taxi, walk or cycle. Other Things to NoteIt is lovely here!
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      The SpaceSouthcombe is a beautiful old granite longhouse farmstead on the west flank of the legendary Widecombe-in-the-Moor Valley. The view below us of the valley and village looks as bucolic as farmland from the 18th century and the wild and open moorland above us is marked out only by ancient reeves, stone hut circles, barrows and tors grazed by ponies, cows and sheep. Dartmoor is a world apart and wonderful to explore at any time of the year. It is spectacular when it snows, fresh and green with white blackthorn blossom in spring, iridescent with bluebells in May, filled with lark song in high summer, dazzling in the August carpets of yellow and purple gauze and heather flowers and then atmospheric with autumn mists. Southcombe itself has a wildly beautiful 4 acre garden below the house which is open to the public on Sunday afternoons with the National Gardens Scheme in May and June, when you too would be welcome to wander in it. Above the house are our fields, our cows pigs and geese, bluebell wood and our gate to the Moor. The guest rooms are in the north wing of the massive granite barn now converted for living. This twin room - open to the roof beams - is big and comfortable with a warm oak floor. The window faces east across the valley to Pil Tor and Top Tor and you can sit and enjoy it all in armchairs with a coffee table, a kettle, coffee and tea. Your bathroom, which has a legendary power shower, is shared but only if either of the other rooms are occupied. There are 3 guest rooms, including this one - the other two are: Double room: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/4127811 Single room: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/4119427 All together we can accommodate a group of 5. The guest rooms have their independent entrance and direct access to the fields, the wood and the bonfire patch which you're welcome to use and barbecue on - there's always plenty to burn! Guest AccessFor lunch and supper there are two good pubs and for teas and lighter lunches there are two cafes - all only five minutes walk away down in the village. We offer light breakfasts. Interaction with GuestsYou will be welcome to arrive anytime after 4pm - the place is easy to find and we provide you with all the information you'll need to settle yourselves in. We live in the far end of the house and will check you in and out. You can ask us to bring you home baked scones for your breakfast for any time between 7.30 and 9am or say you'd rather fend for yourselves in the morning. The NeighborhoodWidecombe is the perfect moorland village with two excellent pubs and two cafes. It is famous for Widecombe Fair, Uncle Tom Cobley and all, on the second Tuesday every September, for its 14th century church, St. Pancras, the Cathedral of the Moor and there is a local farmers' market in the Church House on the last Saturday of every month. There are fantastic walks in all directions - Haytor, Hound Tor, Hameldown, Grimspound and the Dart gorge are all nearby. Nearest towns are 10 minutes away by car: Ashburton, with wonderful food shops, restaurants and antiques, and Bovey Tracey. Totnes with its vibrant high street of independent shops and wonderful Friday market is half an hour's drive away. Within an hour's drive are the beautiful beaches of Bantham and Bigbury, sailing at Salcombe and the Devon coast path. Getting AroundThere are buses from Ashburton and Bovey Tracey to Exeter, Plymouth, Newton Abbot etc; trains from Newton Abbot or Exeter to London; flights from Exeter airport to London City and many other destinations. It is very possible and pleasant to walk up from Ashburton - two hours up, quicker back down - where there are the nearest buses. Other Things to NoteIt is lovely here!
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      • Parking
      The SpaceRobin Cottage has recently been extended and refurbished (2014) it has two bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin. There is a lounge area, kitchen and dining room, large shower room, heating, linen and electric included. Private decked area, shared garden area. Parking is right next to the cottage and there is a ramp to the front door making easy access. The cottage overlooks farm and moorland and open moorland is about 5 mins away. There is a local pub within walking distance. Shopping for supplies is in Ashburton approx 5 miles away. The larger cities of Plymouth and Exeter are about 40 mins away. Guest AccessThe cottage is very well equipped in the Kitchen there is a dishwasher, washer/dryer fridge /freezer, oven, TV with DVD player. There is a large deck with table and chairs and a shared garden area with patio idea for evening BBQ's (not supplied) The cottage is on our smallholding and our Alpacas graze in the fields next door, you are welcome to visit them and there is a picnic table in the field. We often have baby alpacas and it is fun to sit and watch them playing in the evening. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you shortly after your arrival and you will find a welcome Cream Tea and some freshly laid eggs in the fridge. We are around each day if you need any help or recommendations as to where to eat or what to visit. You are welcome to help feed the Alpacas in the mornings and you can visit our Llamas and chickens who live nearby. The NeighborhoodThe surrounding area is moorland, farm land and wooded river valleys. It is quiet and peaceful with lots of wildlife, stunning views, Dartmoor Ponies, Dartmoor is great for walking, riding and kayaking. There are many villages to visit, local pubs and restaurants, tea shops and farms shops suppling local food produce. Getting AroundThere is very little public transport and a car is necessary to get around.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceA luxury 5 star romantic cottage for couples wanting a holiday in the heart of Dartmoor.This completely re-built detached barn has been lovingly handcrafted with local oak finished to the top of the range specification, professionally designed and furnished to delight the most discerning visitor to Dartmoor. The uninterrupted views from the private garden and sun terrace over surrounding pastureland towards Dartmoor Tors are breathtakingly beautiful. This is a supremely peaceful place to stay, set just off a sleepy lane - and you may see Dartmoor Ponies passing the gate en route for the hills - yet you are within easy reach of many of South Devon's main attractions. A 5 Minute level walk takes you to the welcoming local pub, The Rugglestone Inn, which serves "real ale" and scrumptious food and the village of Widecombe-In-The- Moor, famous for its annual fair is a further 1/2 mile stroll. Visitors enjoy free-range eggs from our tiny flock of hens. Visit in Autumn or Winter for cosy evenings round the wood fire - and come to walk in all seasons in fabulously lovely Dartmoor countryside. The double bedroom is beautifully equipped with a handmade oak king sized bed from Dartmoor Carpentry , Egyptian cotton bed sheets and a sumptuously styled en-suite bathroom with a double ended roll top bath. Fluffy towels are provided. With energy conservation in mind there is endless supplies of hot water from a mixture of solar power and gas fired heating. A cot can be provided. The oak and granite kitchen, by Dartmoor Carpentry, is fully equipped and includes a dishwasher, microwave and washer / dryer. Widecombe Cottage is stylishly furnished throughout and the living room has comfortable settees, oak flooring, beautiful rugs, central wood burner, LCD TV, DVD player and music centre. A wide selection of DVDs is provided if you fancy a night in by the fire. Weekend and Mid-week breaks are available With regret no pets or smoking. Other Things to NotePlease contact us about pricing for week long or longer stays.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceThis large open plan living area allows people to cook and talk with all the other guests Guest AccessIf just two people book the cottage one bedroom and bathroom are shut off (discount will be applied) Interaction with GuestsWe have a great deal of local knowledge of walks, local towns, villages and markets. Other Things to NotePlease contact us for pricing on week long and longer stays.
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      The Space'Dipleigh' is a hidden gem, situated in Dartmoor National Park above the ancient village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor. It is surrounded by unique scenery, amazing views and is a haven for wildlife. The Dartmoor ponies often have foals here and come very close to the house. 'Dipleigh' is finished to a comfortable high standard with underfloor heating, solar hot water and is entirely private. You can walk straight out into this breathtaking land, and head for the granite tors. The energy in the house and land is beautiful. The single storey home is unusual in that it was built in 1912 and refurbished with an awareness of light and views. There is a moorland garden surrounded by a National Parks land with deer, ponies, sheep, cattle, many birds, grass snakes and adders. FOOD:There are 2 good pubs in the village +cafe and we can recommend other places to eat including in the nearby town of Ashburton. There are also several excellent restaurants and plenty of pubs and cafes around Dartmoor. Widecombe-in-the-Moor is home to the famous Widecombe fair and the song featuring 'the old grey mare, Uncle Tom Cobley and all'. The fair itself is always held on the 2nd Tuesday in September. Totnes, home of the transition town movement, is about half an hour away as are Dartington estate and Schumacher college. Guest AccessWe make you breakfast in the morning and you are welcome to help yourself to tea and coffee in the kitchen and dining area when you come home. We also offer a Devon cream tea at 4.30 during your stay. There is internet access but no mobile reception until you get further up the hill. You have your own bathroom with each double bedroom. We do not offer cooking facilities. Interaction with GuestsWe offer organic continental breakfast - toast, muesli, fruit, tea/coffee. Also a Devon cream tea during your stay at 4.30. We are very happy to suggest walks and places to go depending on what interests you. A national trust centre is 10 minutes up the road. You can book massage/shiatsu or a voice session here at Dipleigh. We live at the property. The NeighborhoodThe combination of wild and cultivated land is a great experience. To have ponies, sheep and cattle roaming free also a joy, and we have grass snakes, adders, beautiful birds and birdsong. The community is a combination of rural farming and creatives drawn to the area. It is harmonious, caring and courteous. I myself run Voice workshops known as The Singing Path write and record music and run a children's project. Getting AroundThere is parking for two cars, one park for each room rented. There is a Dartmoor hoppa bus service during the Summer months but having your own car or bike is recommended for ease. Exeter airport is three quarters of an hour from here. Other Things to NoteThere is a minimum stay of 2 nights
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      The SpaceSouthcombe is a beautiful old granite longhouse farmstead on the west flank of the legendary Widecombe-in-the-Moor Valley. The view below us of the valley and village looks as bucolic as farmland from the 18th century and the wild and open moorland above us is marked out only by ancient reeves, stone hut circles, barrows and tors grazed by ponies, cows and sheep. Dartmoor is a world apart and wonderful to explore at any time of the year. It is spectacular when it snows, fresh and green with white blackthorn blossom in spring, iridescent with bluebells in May, filled with lark song in high summer, dazzling in the August carpets of yellow and purple gauze and heather flowers and then atmospheric with autumn mists. Southcombe itself has a wildly beautiful 4 acre garden below the house which is open to the public on Sunday afternoons with the National Gardens Scheme in May and June, when you too would be welcome to wander in it. Above the house are our fields, our cows pigs and geese, bluebell wood and our gate to the Moor. The guest rooms are in the north wing of the massive granite barn now converted for living. This double room - open to the roof beams - is big and comfortable with a warm oak floor. The window faces east across the valley to Pil Tor and Top Tor and you can sit and enjoy it all in a sofa and armchair with a coffee table, a kettle, coffee and tea and a TV. Your bathroom, which has a legendary power shower, is shared but only if either of the other rooms are occupied. There are 3 guest rooms, including this one - the other two are: Twin room: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/4159086 Single room: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/4119427 All together we can accommodate a group of 5. The guest rooms have their independent entrance and direct access to the fields, the wood and the bonfire patch which you're welcome to use and barbecue on - there's always plenty to burn! Guest AccessFor lunch and supper there are two good pubs in the village and for teas and lighter lunches there are two cafes - all only five minutes walk away. The room is very spacious and comfortable with plenty of sitting space for enjoying the good tea and coffee you can make right there. Interaction with GuestsYou will be welcome to arrive anytime after 4pm - the place is easy to find and we provide you with all the information you'll need to settle yourselves in. We live in the far end of the house and will check you in and out. The NeighborhoodWidecombe is the perfect moorland village with two excellent pubs and two cafes. It is famous for Widecombe Fair, Uncle Tom Cobley and all, on the second Tuesday every September and for its 14th century church, St. Pancras, the Cathedral of the Moor. There are fantastic walks in all directions - Haytor, Hound Tor, Hameldown, Grimspound and the Dart gorge are all nearby. Getting AroundApart from occasional buses in the summer season there is no public transport so you will need either to drive, taxi, walk or cycle. Other Things to NoteIt's lovely here.
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      Excellent
      6 reviews
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      The SpaceExpect the unexpected when you turn the corner into our Courtyard. Bell Tower and peacocks and our 'Baskerville' stone hounds guarding the doorway! Guest AccessGuests sitting room in the 'Royal Suite', Atrium, courtyard, large garden with footpaths from doorstep to far beyond. Interaction with GuestsWe are here to make your stay better than you expected - We will welcome you in, show you to your room, leave you in peace but be around if you have any questions, cook and serve your breakfast and wave you goodbye. The NeighborhoodOn the top of the Dartmoor National Park, we have peace and quite, great walking yet the village offers pubs and an 'open all hours' village shop and PO - Museum and the Famous Dartmoor Prison (which is the other side of the village out of sight!) Getting AroundNot much of a bus service, but bicycles can be hired in the village and we have a good local taxi service. Other Things to NoteTor Royal is the nearerst you will get to 'Baskerville Hall', Arthur Conan Doyal basing his famous 'Hound of the Baskervilles' on Fox Tor Mire and the surrounding countryside
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        Walkers Retreat Holiday Let is set in beautiful gardens and provides stunning views over Dartmoor. The accommodation is newly refurbished and very private with its own parking area within the grounds and private front door on the side of the property. The property offers a cosy, warm and relaxing atmosphere. Church, pub and village shop are only 400 yards away and Ashburton with it's many independent shops is 4 miles away. Lovely walks can be made from the property lovely up to the Moor and to the River Dart. Alex and Samantha, the owners, are happy to provide information over the area and will do their utmost to make your stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. Please find below a summary of all the comforts Walkers Retreat has to offer: - Private entrance to property. - Sleeps 2 in newly refurbished comfort. - Kitchen, Living area, Bedroom (first floor). - Separate toilet room (first floor). - Newly refurbished shower room (ground floor). - Free WiFi. - Freeview TV, DVD, CD. - Bed linen, bathrobes, towels included. - Washing/ Dryer machine and iron board . - One small dog free of charge. - Cot & High Chair available. - Access to gardens. - Private outdoor seating area in the garden. - Ample parking. Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have any questions. We look forward to welcome you to stay. Best wishes, Samantha & Alex Walkers Retreat is set in beautiful gardens in a stunning rural location on the Two Moors Way and has distant views across the Dartmoor landscape. A secluded position on the southern slopes of Dartmoor National Park, on the edge of Holne village with a village shop, church and the Church House Inn pub about 400 yards away. The local town of Ashburton offers plenty of independent shops, pubs and restaurants. A network of footpaths and bridleways leads on to the moor and further afield. Activities available locally include canoeing, fishing, walking and the unusual activity of 'letter boxing' which is ideal for walkers, and just down the lane carriage driving courses. There are many exciting spots for birdwatchers (including our own resident owls!) and deer watchers. Dartmoor ponies and deer can be found close to the property. Stunning view over Dartmoor National Park Newly refurbished accommodation Welcome to explore the garden Private and secluded area Church, pub and village shop 400 yards away Walks can be made from the property Free weekly cleaning service Small dog for f Cosy and warm acc Varied range of books available TV includes a DVD player Good value for money
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        1br barn
          Visit Dartmoor and stay with us in "The Shippon" - a charming converted granite barn with spacious accommodation on two floors. A large, oak floored and open plan sitting room and dining area leads to an attractive, modern kitchen on the ground floor. A wood-burning stove with additional modern electric heaters provide warmth. On the first floor there is a large double or twin bedroom with extremely comfy bed(s) and Egyptian cotton sheets together with an en-suite bathroom with a full size bath, shower and WC. Nestled in the famous village of Widecombe in the Moor on a working, family farm, the Shippon provides a fantastic getaway, with access to some of the best walking, horse riding and other country pursuits on your doorstep. A short stroll down a quiet country lane leads you to Widecombe Village with two pubs, a post office, gift shops and the "Cathedral of the Moor". A short drive will take you to bustling moorland towns with a host of tasty tipples, delicious delicacies, designers and makers, boutique stores, unique gifts and shiny treasures or venture a few more miles and reach the beautiful South Devon Coast. The farm includes a riding centre and riding can be arranged to suit all abilities; either in advance of your stay or on arrival. Well behaved dogs (up to two) are welcome by arrangement at no extra cost. We very much look forward to welcoming you Please note that the nightly price you see advertised is based on a 7 night stay. Generally a 5 night stay would cost 90% of a 7 night stay, 4 nights at 80%, 3 nights at 70% and 2 nights at 60%. But this maybe flexible so please do contact me for a quote. . A charming converted granite barn nestled in the beautiful and tranquil Dartmoor Valley of Widecombe in the Moor, with access to some of the best moorland walking, horse riding and other country pursuits. The perfect getaway.
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          6br farmhouse barn
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          Higher Westcott farm is a 300 year old granite walled Devon longhouse, located in Dartmoor National Park, 3 miles from Moretonhamsptead. Westcott is a traditional English hamlet set in surrounding countryside, ancient woodland and rolling hills, 1,000 feet above sea level. The house has been designed to offer a contemporary but still traditional environment, focusing on comfort and style, with wood burning stove and leather sofas. Lounge Filled with sunshine in the morning and evenings with family and friends or just a book for company, the lounge offers leather sofas, tub chairs and window seats in which to enjoy a drink and the views. Dining Room Filled with sunshine in the morning or lit with candles at night this cosy room features a huge stone fireplace and a bespoke square oak dining table. Kitchen The kitchen is large with plenty of workspace to cater for everyone, with a welcome pack left in the kitchen for you to enjoy. If you want other locally sourced items just ask and will we see if can help. Bedrooms The stylish rooms feature sumptuous beds, Egyptian cotton and duck down duvets and window seats. Each room is a mix of old and new with exposed beams, double ended bath and a huge cherub mirror. Large recessed showers, en suite bathrooms and natural stone. The Garden Higher Westcott's south facing walled garden offers stunning views of the countryside and woods. During the day children are safe to play on the lawn without wandering off and at night it's a wonderful place to watch the stars.
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          Excellent
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          6br house
            This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
            cottage
            1br cottage
              A luxury 5 star romantic cottage for couples wanting a holiday in the heart of Dartmoor. This completely re-built detached barn has been lovingly handcrafted with local oak finished to the top of the range specification, professionally designed and furnished to delight the most discerning visitor to Dartmoor. The uninterrupted views from the private garden and sun terrace over surrounding pastureland towards Dartmoor Tors are breathtakingly beautiful. This is a supremely peaceful place to stay, set just off a sleepy lane - and you may see Dartmoor Ponies passing the gate en route for the hills - yet you are within easy reach of many of South Devon's main attractions. A 5 Minute level walk takes you to the welcoming local pub, The Rugglestone Inn, which serves "real ale" and scrumptious food and the village of Widecombe-In-The- Moor, famous for its annual fair is a further 1/2 mile stroll. Visitors enjoy free-range eggs from our tiny flock of hens. Visit in Autumn or Winter for cosy evenings round the wood fire - and come to walk in all seasons in fabulously lovely Dartmoor countryside. The double bedroom is beautifully equipped with a handmade oak king sized bed from Dartmoor Carpentry , Egyptian cotton bed sheets and a sumptuously styled en-suite bathroom with a double ended roll top bath. Fluffy towels are provided. With energy conservation in mind there is endless supplies of hot water from a mixture of solar power and gas fired heating. A cot can be provided. The oak and granite kitchen, by Dartmoor Carpentry, is fully equipped and includes a dishwasher, microwave and washer / dryer. Widecombe Cottage is stylishly furnished throughout and the living room has comfortable settees, oak flooring, beautiful rugs, central wood burner, LCD TV, DVD player and music centre. A wide selection of DVDs is provided if you fancy a night in by the fire.
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                Bentley is a beautiful semi-detached house located in Dartmoor National Park and surrounded by breathtaking countryside. Built in 1906, Bentley was orginally built for a gin baron and received its name from the original purpose of the building as the chauffeur quarters semi-detached with the gardener’s quarters. Traditionally decorated with classical twists, the spacious rooms are comfortable and flooded with natural light. In the living room, a log burner makes for a cosy evening in after a long day exploring the moors and all they have to offer. The property has 25 acres of land which runs down to the River Dart and straight on to the moors. There are wooded valleys with 400 hundred year old oak trees, a beautiful bluebell meadow in spring as well as private fishing. There is a front garden, a large meadow to the rear of the property with a patio furnished with table, chairs and barbeque and a large roof terrace accessed from the landing. Bentley is nestled in the heart of Dartmoor’s beautiful countryside which in any kind of weather supplies magnificent and picturesque surroundings. Dartmoor is a beautiful area of moorland protected by National Park Status. As Dartmoor National Park it covers over 954 square kilometres of striking scenery from lakes and rivers to Tors. As well as walks Dartmoor offers fishing, canoeing, kayaking and a number of lovely pubs and restaurants including Gidleigh Park and The Rugglestone Inn. Baybeny Horse Riding Stables is also within easy reach for those wishing to explore the moors on horseback. Kitchen/Utility * Located on the ground floor with breakfast bar seating two and small table seating four * Featuring Aga style Rayburn, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine * Fully equipped with a range of utensils and accessories including blender, iron, ironing board, kettle and toaster Dining Room/Area * Dining area features a table and seating for four Living Room/Area * Located on the ground floor with access to the conservatory * Open plan with dining area * Furnished with three sofas seating eight, coffee table, side tables and book shelves * Features a log burning stove * Entertainment provided by a 30â€? flatscreen TV with DVD player Master Bedroom * Located on the first floor with views of the garden * Furnished with a king-size bed, bedside tables with lamps, dressing table and chest of drawers Bedroom 2 * Located on the first floor * Furnished with a double bed, bedside tables with lamps and a chest of drawers Family Bathroom * Main shower room located on the first floor * Furnished with a walk in shower cubicle, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, shaver point and mirror Bathroom 2 * En suite to bedroom one furnished with free standing roll top bath, designer wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, shaver point and mirror Garden Description * Large roof terrace accessed from the landing * Garden furnished with a barbeque, patio table and chairs * Open plan garden leading to a large field Parking * Parking available for up to two cars Additional amenities include: country views, nearest petrol station distance units (miles), standard width doors, central heating fuel (oil), secured, patio area, patio table chairs, nearest pub (forest inn), downstairs toilet, over occupy with infants (yes), nearest petrol station (ashburton), wood burner open fire, barbeque, decked area, nearest pub distance, crockery provided, number of cars, children permitted, front, rear, child friendly, nearest shop supermarket distance: 5, nearest shop supermarket distance units (miles), nearest shop supermarket (princetown), cot notes (over occupy by 1 infant), nearest town (ashburton), nearest town distance units (miles), serves foods, nearest pub distance units (miles), wood burner open fire notes (living area), nearest town distance: 7, nearest petrol station distance: 7, detailed parking instructions (one near property but can organise further space if needed), flights of stairs inside, cot available, additional access information (staircase to first floor two steps up to master and balcony), garden available, country views rating: 5. Bentley is nestled in the heart of Dartmoor’s beautiful countryside which in any kind of weather supplies magnificent and picturesque surroundings. Dartmoor is a beautiful area of moorland protected by National Park Status. As Dartmoor National Park it covers over 954 square kilometres of striking scenery from lakes and rivers to Tors. As well as walks Dartmoor offers fishing, canoeing, kayaking and a number of lovely pubs and restaurants including Gidleigh Park and The Rugglestone Inn. Baybeny Horse Riding Stables is also within easy reach for those wishing to explore the moors on horseback. Bentley is a beautiful semi-detached house located in Dartmoor National Park and surrounded by breathtaking countryside. Built in 1906, Bentley was orginally built for a gin baron and received its name from the original purpose of the building as the chauffeur quarters semi-detached with the gardener’s quarters. Traditionally decorated with classical twists, the spacious rooms are comfortable and flooded with natural light. In the living room, a log burner makes for a cosy evening in after a long day exploring the moors and all they have to offer. The property has 25 acres of land which runs down to the River Dart and straight on to the moors. There are wooded valleys with 400 hundred year old oak trees, a beautiful bluebell meadow in spring as well as private fishing. There is a front garden, a large meadow to the rear of the property with a patio furnished with table, chairs and barbeque and a large roof terrace accessed from the landing. Bentley is nestled in the heart of Dartmoor’s beautiful countryside which in any kind of weather supplies magnificent and picturesque surroundings. Dartmoor is a beautiful area of moorland protected by National Park Status. As Dartmoor National Park it covers over 954 square kilometres of striking scenery from lakes and rivers to Tors. As well as walks Dartmoor offers fishing, canoeing, kayaking and a number of lovely pubs and restaurants including Gidleigh Park and The Rugglestone Inn. Baybeny Horse Riding Stables is also within easy reach for those wishing to explore the moors on horseback. Kitchen/Utility * Located on the ground floor with breakfast bar seating two and small table seating four * Featuring Aga style Rayburn, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine * Fully equipped with a range of utensils and accessories including blender, iron, ironing board, kettle and toaster Dining Room/Area * Dining area features a table and seating for four Living Room/Area * Located on the ground floor with access to the conservatory * Open plan with dining area * Furnished with three sofas seating eight, coffee table, side tables and book shelves * Features a log burning stove * Entertainment provided by a 30” flatscreen TV with DVD player Master Bedroom * Located on the first floor with views of the garden * Furnished with a king-size bed, bedside tables with lamps, dressing table and chest of drawers Bedroom 2 * Located on the first floor * Furnished with a double bed, bedside tables with lamps and a chest of drawers Family Bathroom * Main shower room located on the first floor * Furnished with a walk in shower cubicle, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, shaver point and mirror Bathroom 2 * En suite to bedroom one furnished with free standing roll top bath, designer wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, shaver point and mirror Garden Description * Large roof terrace accessed from the landing * Garden furnished with a barbeque, patio table and chairs * Open plan garden leading to a large field Parking * Parking available for up to two cars Additional amenities include: country views, nearest petrol station distance units (miles), standard width doors, central heating fuel (oil), secured, patio area, patio table chairs, nearest pub (forest inn), downstairs toilet, over occupy with infants (yes), nearest petrol station (ashburton), wood burner open fire, barbeque, decked area, nearest pub distance, crockery provided, number of cars, children permitted, front, rear, child friendly, nearest shop supermarket distance: 5, nearest shop supermarket distance units (miles), nearest shop supermarket (princetown), cot notes (over occupy by 1 infant), nearest town (ashburton), nearest town distance units (miles), serves foods, nearest pub distance units (miles), wood burner open fire notes (living area), nearest town distance: 7, nearest petrol station distance: 7, detailed parking instructions (one near property but can organise further space if needed), flights of stairs inside, cot available, additional access information (staircase to first floor two steps up to master and balcony), garden available, country views rating: 5.
                house
                5br house
                  Remotest Dartmoor: totally secluded, comfortable oasis, surrounded by rugged high moor. Sleeps 10+. 5 bedrooms, 3 en-suite, 3 living rooms, plus 'teen outhouse'. The back garden comprises all Dartmoor, wild ponies, sheep and belted galloways at the gate, buzzards in the skies above, trout and salmon to be fished from the River Swincombe below. Hot tub, piano, trampoline, karaoke, table tennis, bikes, swing, and 6 acre field heaving with wildlife. And total privacy and silence, save the wind in the trees above. A much-loved family home, the house was built 100 years ago in central nowhere, near the confluence of the Swincombe and West Dart, as a luxurious fishing lodge. Return from your moorland wild and woolly adventures to crumpets and boardgames by the open fire - it's the perfect sanctuary. Thick carpets, heavy curtains, and huge squashy sofas. Relax in the hot tub watching the stars, as birds and bats circle in the branches of the trees above, or ask Martin for a massage. Sing your heart out on the karaoke in the sunny AV room, play the piano, chillax in the teens retreat, celebrate in the elegant dining room. All is entirely private. No one will hear you except the sheep! Fishing, bird or badger-watching, riding, wild swimming, climbing, kayaking, walking, cycling and even two golf courses built into the moorland itself are all on the doorstep. Fine dining is just down the road, cosy pubs and cream teas are a walk away. You can self cater, or we can help, or do everything for you. Entirely private, relax in the hot tub in total silence, or sing your heart out on the karaoke - only the sheep will hear you! Your back garden comprises the whole of Dartmoor - just on the other side of the gate!
                  barn
                  Excellent
                  14 reviews
                  2br barn
                  • Pets Allowed
                  This completely re-built detached barn for two or four people has been lovingly handcrafted with local oak finished to the top of the range specification, professionally designed and furnished to delight the most discerning visitor to Dartmoor.The uninterrupted views from the sun terrace over surrounding pastureland towards Dartmoor Tors are breathtakingly beautiful. This is a supremely peaceful place to stay, set just off a sleepy lane - and you may see Dartmoor Ponies passing the gate en route for the hills - yet you are within easy reach of many of South Devon's main attractions. A 5 Minute level walk takes you to the welcoming local pub, The Rugglestone Inn, which serves "real ale" and scrumptious food and the village of Widecombe-In-The- Moor, famous for its annual fair is a further 1/2 mile stroll. Visitors enjoy free-range eggs from our tiny flock of hens. Visit in Autumn or Winter for cosy evenings round the wood fire - and come to walk in all seasons in fabulously lovely Dartmoor countryside. Beneath the vaulted arched Oak trussed roof sits the Lounge and across the bridge the Kitchen and Dining Room, designed as an “upside down house” to make best use of the stunning and uninterrupted views across Dartmoor and create a light and airy and spacious living environment. Devon made beech framed comfortable sofas sit in the spacious lounge making an ideal and restful environment for lounging in front of the lovely log burner or watching a film from a wide range of DVDs on the large plasma television. Sit and lounge plug in your iPod and relaxing to some music. The whole house is under floor heated to provide a constant warm atmosphere with silent operation. At night, you can set your own ambiance using lamps, low level in-floor lighting or high level up-lights. The fully equipped kitchen, handmade from solid oak by Dartmoor Carpentry, with granite work surfaces and full size butchers block is an aspiring chef's delight, with quality pans and knives, a 5 burner two oven range, fridge and separate freezer, dish washer, washing machine/ dryer and everything else we could think you may need. (Even 40 bottles of Red, Rosé and White wine - on an honesty box arrangement). Downstairs sit the two en-suite bedrooms (both bathrooms have both big walk in showers and baths) divided by the entrance hall, one having a contemporary designed fully curtained king-sized four poster bed ,the other having two single beds that zip and link to form a super king sized bed. No expense has been spared on the quality of the linen or mattresses ensuring real comfort and luxury. Cots and high chairs can be provided. The large flagged entrance hall is ideal for outdoor wear and is a great 'drying room' because of the under floor heating. Both designer bathrooms have walk-in showers with big shower heads and loads of room. The baths are spacious and deep, the aim is to make the bathing experience one of quality, warmth and relaxation, soft fluffy towels and candles are provided. For the colder wetter Dartmoor days, recovery is on hand in the form of a cedar lined sauna, warming and soothing the aches and pains usually caused by the Dartmoor favourites of walking, cycling or horse riding. The sauna is accessed via the four poster bedroom. Outside the building is a large south facing terrace, dining area with BBQ and lawn area with sun loungers. Just a stroll away is a wonderful traditional Dartmoor Pub - The Rugglestone Inn, providing top quality food and drink. There may be a reduction on the nightly price if 4 or more nights are requested The Oak Barn will be ready by 3pm on the first day we ask for you to vacate the property by 10am on the last day. Please leave the Oak barn in the condition you find it thank you. When the Oak barn is booked for two people the second bedroom and bathroom are shut off from use Dartmoor - Purple, heather clad moorland, wide open landscapes, rushing rivers and obscure stone tors shape the landscape of Dartmoor. But that is just one small part of a big picture. There are rolling valleys, bogs and wetland, waterfalls and well trodden paths, ancient, eery forests and lonely ruins. Sometimes ominous, challenging, extreme, sometimes welcoming, heart warming; always breathtaking, always changing, the landscape of Dartmoor is alive in every sense of the word. Whether you're looking for a challenging trek across windswept moors, or just a relaxing stroll through secluded woods, you've come to the right place. Dartmoor has it all. Blaze your own trail, be a pioneer, explore and take the less trodden route. If you know your way around an OS map, download one of the many map routes below, gather your kit and head out the door. You want picture postcard Dartmoor villages with thatched cottages and rambling lanes? Try Lustleigh or Moretonhampstead. How about historic market towns with traditional stores, tearooms and crafts? Head to Tavistock, Bovey Tracey or Okehampton. What about something a bit different, a little bit quirky? It's got to be Widecombe-in-the-Moor. Maybe you want folklore, and Dartmoor myths and legends? Princetown is the place to be. Tiny hamlets, bustling towns, or pretty villages, Dartmoor is thriving, lived in, real. Devon boasts five areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO Geopark, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and two National Parks. Perhaps the most famous of the National Parks is Dartmoor. Its rugged beauty inspired Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles, and has been used as the backdrop for Hollywood blockbusters. With 368 square miles to explore, you can walk for miles without seeing another soul or visit some of the Devon attractions to be found on the moors such as Haytor and the fascinating Dartmoor Prison Museum. Feeling a little more energetic? Then why not cycle the Drake's trail or encounter the herds of pure-breed Dartmoor ponies that wander the wilds? And when you need a little sustenance, be sure to check out the hospitality of the moorland pubs and restaurants, such as the wonderfully named Nobody Inn.
                  cottage
                  Excellent
                  36 reviews
                  1br cottage
                    A luxury 5 star romantic cottage for couples wanting a holiday in the heart of Dartmoor. Underfloor heating keeps the whole cottage lovely and warm. This completely re-built detached barn has been lovingly handcrafted with local oak finished to the top of the range specification, professionally designed and furnished to delight the most discerning visitor to Dartmoor. The uninterrupted views from the private garden and sun terrace over surrounding pastureland towards Dartmoor Tors are breathtakingly beautiful. A walkers paradise with walks in every direction from the door, with riding stables just down the road for a stunning trek across Dartmoor. This is a supremely peaceful place to stay, set just off a sleepy lane - and you may see Dartmoor Ponies passing the gate en route for the hills - yet you are within easy reach of many of South Devon's main attractions. A 5 Minute level walk takes you to the welcoming local pub, The Rugglestone Inn, which serves "real ale" and scrumptious food and the village of Widecombe-In-The- Moor, famous for its annual fair is a further 1/2 mile stroll. Visitors enjoy free-range eggs from our tiny flock of hens. Visit in Autumn or Winter for cosy evenings round the wood fire - and come to walk in all seasons in fabulously lovely Dartmoor countryside. The double bedroom is beautifully equipped with a handmade oak king sized bed from Dartmoor Carpentry , Egyptian cotton bed sheets and a sumptuously styled en-suite bathroom with a double ended roll top bath. Fluffy towels are provided. With energy conservation in mind there is endless supplies of hot water from a mixture of solar power and gas fired heating. A cot can be provided. The oak and granite kitchen, by Dartmoor Carpentry, is fully equipped and includes a dishwasher, microwave and washer / dryer. Widecombe Cottage is stylishly furnished throughout and the living room has comfortable settees, oak flooring, beautiful rugs, central wood burner, underfloor heating, LCD TV, DVD player and music centre. A wide selection of DVDs is provided if you fancy a night in by the fire. There may be a reduction on the nightly price if 4 or more nights are requested The Cottage will be ready by 3pm on the first day we ask for you to vacate the property by 10am on the last day. Please leave the cottage in the condition you find it thank you.
                    yurt
                    Excellent
                    11 reviews
                    1br yurt
                      Enjoy a holiday with a difference. Get back to nature in a traditional Mongolian yurt, enjoying total privacy in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Each of our two yurts has its own woodburner to keep you warm and cosy, rugs and lanterns and a double bed and a futon. Each yurt has a well-stocked rustic kitchen, shower, compost toilet and firepit. Go for walks on Dartmoor, kayaking or horse riding or take a drive to the beach. Experience the eco-friendly holiday of a lifetime! We will take you and your belongings down to the yurt by tractor and provide you with a good supply of firewood for your woodburner and open fire. There is no electricity at the yurts so lighting is by candles and paraffin lamps. Relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity. Take a break from your busy lives! Perfect for a family or for a couple wanting a romantic getaway. Get back to nature in a traditional Mongolian yurt on Dartmoor in Devon. Enjoy a unique and magical experience. Each of our two yurts is totally private with its own rustic kitchen, compost toilet, shower and firepit. Relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity!
                      bungalow
                      3br bungalow
                        Beautiful, light and spacious Dartmoor home, with a villa feel and amazing views above the ancient village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor. Close to wonderful granite tors, a haven for wildlife and Dartmoor ponies. Large livingroom with woodburner and 2 sets of french windows. Large kitchen diner with french windows to patio, spacious front bedroom with french windows to spectacular views, 2 further double bedrooms with views. 1 bathroom, 2 ensuite shower rooms. Dipleigh is completely private and in the center of wild nature including Dartmoor ponies, foals, sheep, lambs and birds yet the village is easily accessible. Great walking outside the door. Riding is available nearby. A unique, beautifully converted single story 1912 property which looks modern, with old stone walls, 3 quarters of an acre of moorland garden, entirely surrounded by Dartmoor National Park land, hawthorn, streams, granite rocks, Close to a range of majestic granite tors. This is a special place, beloved by many people both locally and in the wider world. Parking for 2 cars, underfloor heating.12 minutes walk into village and 15 mins drive to Ashburton. Dartmoor National Park. Widecombe in the Moor. A beautiful light, spacious home, with amazing views & unique position. Sleeps 6. Dartmoor ponies, foals, lambs, birds, a haven for wildlife. Majestic tors, great walks all around, riding. Entirely private, peaceful retreat.
                        yurt
                        Excellent
                        14 reviews
                        1br yurt
                          Sunshine Yurt is a traditional Mongolian yurt in a totally secluded setting on Dartmoor in Devon. Sunshine Yurt is in a meadow next to a stream, with far-reaching views and all day sunshine (hence the name!). One of only two yurts at Dartmoor Yurt Holidays, you will have total privacy, with your own fully equipped rustic kitchen, shower, compost toilet and firepit. Sunshine Yurt is beautifully furnished with kilims, ethnic throws, Moroccan lanterns and a wood-burning stove to keep you cosy. Sit out under the stars and listen to the owls hooting. A five-minute walk across our fields and you can be on open moorland or walk down to the river for wild swimming. There is no electricity at the yurt so you really will be getting back to nature and enjoying the simple things in life. This is a magical holiday, suitable for all ages. An unforgettable experience! If you are looking for a holiday with a difference, a chance to unwind and reconnect with your loved ones, then this is the holiday for you. Set in an idyllic location on Dartmoor, Sunshine Yurt has the added bonus of being totally private.
                          barn
                          Excellent
                          1 review
                          2br barn
                            This completely re-built detached barn for two or four people has been lovingly handcrafted with local oak finished to the top of the range specification, professionally designed and furnished to delight the most discerning visitor to Dartmoor.The uninterrupted views from the sun terrace over surrounding pastureland towards Dartmoor Tors are breathtakingly beautiful. This is a supremely peaceful place to stay, set just off a sleepy lane - and you may see Dartmoor Ponies passing the gate en route for the hills - yet you are within easy reach of many of South Devon's main attractions. A 5 Minute level walk takes you to the welcoming local pub, The Rugglestone Inn, which serves "real ale" and scrumptious food and the village of Widecombe-In-The- Moor, famous for its annual fair is a further 1/2 mile stroll. Visitors enjoy free-range eggs from our tiny flock of hens. Visit in Autumn or Winter for cosy evenings round the wood fire - and come to walk in all seasons in fabulously lovely Dartmoor countryside. If booked for two people the second bedroom and bathroom are closed off.
                            Home/Apartment
                            1br Home/Apartment
                            • Parking
                            The SpaceA converted granite barn, it has painted stone walls and exposed beams. The open plan living space is warm and welcoming. It has most amenities (shower/washing machine/AGA) but is free from many of the distractions of modern life, there is no traffic noise or light pollution; the nearest mobile phone signal is half a mile up the hill. Get away from the world for a week! Guest AccessThe Lower Barn has it's own garden but it's real beauty rests in the fact that it sits on a bridle path in the middle of Dartmoor with miles of other paths and acres of open-access land with myriad archaeological and geological features and local legends to explore. Interaction with GuestsOn a working farm and sawmill with the family farmhouse just across the way, there is almost always someone around to offer help. Whether it be how hill farming works or how to cook on an authentic aga! However guests preferring privacy will receive it. There are dogs loose around the yard and you will see tractors and other livestock from time to time. The NeighborhoodYou and the farmers are the only people for quarter of a mile but yet if you travel to a local pub of an evening you will find a thriving (and surprisingly diverse) local community. The Warren House Inn, the Rugglestone and the Church House Inn are all local favourites. Getting AroundThere is a bus station an hours walk away however realistically there is no public transport. There are several local taxi firms that will come up (Ashburton Taxis in particular knows where we are) and there is ample parking for a car. Exploring Dartmoor on foot couldn't be easier as a bridle path runs through the yard. Other Things to NoteNot for those who feel the need to constantly stay in touch with life, perfect for couples (or single travellers) wanting the peace and quiet of rural Devon. This is based in a working yard so do expect some agricultural noise from time to time!!
                            Home/Apartment
                            3br Home/Apartment
                            • Wifi
                            • Pets Allowed
                            • Parking
                            The SpaceBeautiful villa like home, surrounded by wild, converted to make the best of the gorgeous views. Large livingroom with french windows to front terrace and to back patio. Master bedroom ensuite, further double ensuite and a double room and bathroom. Large kitchen diner with french windows to the patio. Entirely private yet only 12 mins walk from the ancient village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor. A haven for wildlife: wild ponies and foals, sheep and lambs, cows and calves around on the moor and beautiful birds. Great walks straight from the house up to the tors. Parking for 2 cars. The NeighborhoodThe valley has cultivated fields and wild moorland above. The house is partway up the valley surrounded by a band of wild land with granite tors above. This is a beautiful area of Dartmoor National Park, with the ancient village of Widecombe in the Moor below, where you'll find a lovely tearoom on the green and 2 English pubs. We are 15 mins drive from the small town of Ashburton with its sustainable fish shop, deli, award winning bread at Ella's and range of gift shops and antiques. There is also an organic farmer's market at Tuckers. There are many places of interest and beauty to visit on the moor and some good food nearby. Off the moor, 25 mins away is the Riverford Field Kitchen, also Riverford organic's main base - a great place to buy food, and further on is Dartington Estate and the town of Totnes. Recommended eating - The Cafe on the Green and The Rugglestone Inn in the village. The Rock Inn, 10 minutes away in Ilsington Getting AroundThere are hoppa buses in the summer and you can order taxis. The easiest is to have a car.
                            Home/Apartment
                            Excellent
                            25 reviews
                            1br Home/Apartment
                            • Parking
                            The SpaceEach yurt is totally private with its own rustic kitchen, compost toilet and shower. We take you and your belongings down to your yurt by tractor. Lake Yurt is on the banks of a small lake. Sunshine Yurt is in a meadow with views of trees, fields and horses grazing. Each yurt is beautifully furnished with rugs, Moroccan lanterns and a woodburner to keep you cosy. Guest AccessWe are happy for you to wander round our 26 acre smallholding. From our land you can walk directly onto open moorland where you will see wild ponies and sheep. Come up to the house and meet our chickens and Paddy the dog who is hugely popular with all our guests. You can charge your mobile phone in the barn. Make yourself at home! Interaction with GuestsWe are on hand if you need us with help chopping wood or lighting fires or information about the local area. But we also totally respect your privacy. Your yurt and the yurt site is your own private haven throughout your stay. The NeighborhoodDartmoor is a place of outstanding natural beauty. There are tors to climb. You can walk for miles or swim in the river or go kayaking (very popular round here!) You can drive to beautiful beaches or visit Totnes which was voted one of the most funky towns in the world. But some people are happy just staying at the yurt because it is so idyllic. Getting AroundMost people arrive here by car but if you don't have a car we can fetch you from the nearest station at Newton Abbot. Parking is next to our house and then we transport you and your belongings down to the yurt by tractor. Ashburton is the nearest town for shopping with 2 delis, an artisan bakery, a butcher and greengrocer and 2 small supermarkets. Other Things to NoteWe provide you with your first basket of firewood and with all the wood for the open fire where you can barbecue food or toast marshmallows! You will need to bring your own duvet covers, sheets, pillow cases and towels. Or we can provide your bed linen for an extra £5 per person.
                            Home/Apartment
                            1br Home/Apartment
                            • Wifi
                            • Parking
                            The SpaceWren Cottage has recently been extended and refurbished (2014) it has one bedroom,. There is a lounge area, with large Sofa bed which sleeps 2, kitchen and dining room, large shower room, heating, linen and electric included. Private decked area, shared garden area. Parking is right next to the cottage and there is a ramp to the front door making easy access. The cottage overlooks farm and moorland and open moorland is about 5 mins away. There is a local pub within walking distance. Shopping for supplies is in Ashburton approx 5 miles away. The larger cities of Plymouth and Exeter are about 40 mins away. The cottage is very well equipped in the Kitchen there is a dishwasher, washer/dryer fridge /freezer, oven, TV with DVD player. There is a large deck with table and chairs and a shared garden area with patio idea for evening BBQ's (not supplied) The cottage is on our smallholding and our Alpacas graze in the fields next door, you are welcome to visit them and there is a picnic table in the field. We often have baby alpacas and it is fun to sit and watch them playing in the evening. Guest AccessThe cottage is very well equipped in the Kitchen there is a dishwasher, washer/dryer fridge /freezer, oven, TV with DVD player. There is a large deck with table and chairs and a shared garden area with patio idea for evening BBQ's (not supplied) The cottage is on our smallholding and our Alpacas graze in the fields next door, you are welcome to visit them and there is a picnic table in the field. We often have baby alpacas and it is fun to sit and watch them playing in the evening. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you shortly after your arrival and you will find a welcome Cream Tea and some freshly laid eggs in the fridge. We are around each day if you need any help or recommendations as to where to eat or what to visit. You are welcome to help feed the Alpacas in the mornings and you can visit our Llamas and chickens who live nearby. The NeighborhoodThe surrounding area is moorland, farm land and wooded river valleys. It is quiet and peaceful with lots of wildlife, stunning views, Dartmoor Ponies, Dartmoor is great for walking, riding and kayaking. There are many villages to visit, local pubs and restaurants, tea shops and farms shops suppling local food produce. Getting AroundThere is no public transport to Poundsgate, Good national bus service to Ashburton and train to Exeter, Newton Abbot or Plymouth Other Things to NoteWe do live on a small holding with animals close by this is why we do not accept pets.
                            Home/Apartment
                            1br Home/Apartment
                            • Wifi
                            • Pets Allowed
                            Get away from it all in our cottage in the peaceful countryside. A tastefully converted barn, nestled in a Dartmoor valley, with granite walls and original beams. Snuggle up next to the cosy wood burner and enjoy a warming glass of wine.
                            bed and breakfasts
                            bed and breakfasts
                            • Breakfast
                            • Parking
                            • Wifi
                            With a stay at Lydgate House Hotel in Yelverton (Dartmoor), you'll be minutes from National Park Visitor Centre Postbridge and close to Bellever Tor. This 4-star bed & breakfast is within the vicinity of Grimspound and Coombestone Tor. Make yourself at home in one of the 7 individually decorated guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards. Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Lydgate House Hotel. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.