The property provides the very best in luxury family (pet welcome) accommodation in the best location between the moors and the shores of Devon. A gateway village to the glorious Dartmoor National Park and within a short journey, to some of the UK's best sandy beaches. Large beautiful well equipped house, extensive grounds opposite the Dartmoor village church. …see more
Stunning 4 bedroomed cottage located on Dartmoor national park in Devon. Amazing views from the property. Good family sized home, parking for 3 cars, large garden with BBQ and garden furniture. There is a separate children s snug area with a wii and stacked with games. The property is ideally located on Dartmoor for peace quiet and tranquility. Still close enough for amenties …see more
6 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms 3 ensuite
2 sitting rooms
Large dining room
5 TVs and DVD
Wii, ipod dock, CD
Hot tub, croquet
Stable for horses
2 Village pubs …see more
Gorgeous granite Devon farmhouse set in beautiful Dartmoor National Park with five bedrooms and three bathrooms, it's own individual luxurious style, four posters, wood burning stoves and quirky features - the ideal setting for a family getaway or a country adventure Whether you like to walk, cycle, horseride or just enjoy the peace and quiet, Dartmoor is the ideal place.. …see more
Great Cleave is the perfect place for an extended family holiday or for a large group. The spacious dining/sitting area is ideal for entertaining large parties. All four bedrooms are airy and comfortable and can easily accommodate a baby's cot. The cottages were converted by our family in the late 90's, and we opened at Easter 1997.Family run & owned. …see more
Large 19th Century cottage in beautiful rural Devon, sleeping 10 people in 5 bedrooms. Cosy Rayburn and 2 wood burners in this traditional former farmhouse with an acre and a half of garden. Plus exclusive use of our heated outdoor pool for April to October bookings. …see more
Sleeps 12/18, in 6 bedrooms, stunning Georgian country house with private pool. Centrally located in the heart of the West Country, Filham House is an ideal venue for friends and family to enjoy Holidays, anniversaries, reunions, celebrations, or indeed any occasion. …see more
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! …see more
Near the end of an ancient Devon lane, on the edge of the tiny hamlet of Lower Broadaford, lies this very attractive converted barn. Superb South Devon beaches are close by - Mothecombe, at the mouth of the Erme, is 6 miles. Western Beacon on Dartmoor, just a mile away. …see more
on the edge of Belstone, a fine, large, detached, south-facing Edwardian house on three levels with timeless views of surrounding Dartmoor and lovely walks from the door - a walkers' paradise …see more
Fantastic newly refurbished 2 Stone cottages in the heart of the beautiful wooded Teign Valley on Dartmoor - next to National Trust's Fingle Woods (850 hectares of footpaths, wildlife haven, mountain biking), set in 50 acres private nature reserve with 2 acre lake. Fg …see more
off a quiet farm lane, � mile from Battisborough Cross (1� from nearest beach) towards Newton Ferrers/Noss Mayo, surrounded by rolling farmland with Dartmoor in the distance, an impressive �upside down� house, one of four (one attached) cleverly designed to retain original features from their former function as huge stone-built barns to Alston Manor Farm (original farmhouse and a little mixed farming remains) and thoughtfully laid out for peace and privacy …see more
3 miles from Chagford, on the edge of the historic moorland hamlet of Lettaford - just a handful of mostly medieval granite cottages at the end of a lane from which a footpath leads directly to the open moor (⅓ mile) and the Two Moors Way passes through - a large, detached, Grade II listed, granite house, imaginatively converted from a barn …see more
a mile from Manaton, below Hound Tor and close to Bowerman's Nose, a detached cottage, totally secluded and peaceful, part dating from the 16th cent., previously owned by a tin mine captain and an exiled Russian ballet dancer. One hundred yards of steep, narrow drive lead to it. Three acres of woods, stream and enclosed lawned garden (bench, lily pond) surround it. You can walk or mountain bike straight on to the moor (pub, about 1½ miles) …see more
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