Sleeps up to 3
This thatched cottage in North Tawton sleeps up to three people in two bedrooms.
This pretty thatched cottage is situated on the edge of North Tawton town, down a quiet narrow country lane in a terrace of similar properties within walking distance of shops and pubs.An ideal base for exploring Dartmoor and its historic villages, this beautifully-presented cottage is perfect for couples and small families.The sitting room invites guests to get warm and cosy in front of the woodburner, which also heats the small dining room and kitchen beyond.The exposed beams and stone fireplace give a sense to the history of this lovely cottage.Upstairs, the king-size bedroom feels romantic and spacious and, together with the single bedroom, the cottage can sleep a small family of three.The small garden at the rear of this cottage has a decked area with seating under the trees, a peaceful sheltered place to have a family barbecue in the evening.As well as walks from the doorstep along flower-clad lanes, there is the splendour of the Dartmoor Tors or the gentleness of Abbeyford Woods to explore on foot or by bicycle; both are also fantastic for dog walking.Nearby, Okehampton offers lots of history including a castle and a Victorian shopping arcade, whilst the north and south Devon coastlines are only a short drive.A fabulous, well presented cottage in the heart of Devon, where a warm welcome awaits. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburner.
Available All Year, Pub nearby, No Pets, Real fire, Thatched, WiFi, BBQ, Garden, Short breaks
National Trust - Lydford Gorge
The deepest river gorge in the South West, with 30m high waterfall. The gorge is a great place for an adventure at any time of the year. The wildlife, river, plants and trees enchant the senses each and every day.
The charming country town of North Tawton quietly rests amidst lush green fields, high hedgerows and winding lanes, just eight miles north of historic Okehampton. Nestling between the high, rugged tors of Dartmoor and the wide sandy beaches and rolling surf of the North Devon coast, this delightful town boasts picturesque thatched cottages and quaint pubs. The surrounding countryside is ideal for walking and cycling, with many pretty little villages dotted throughout the area, and several excellent coarse fishing lakes and rivers, quality golf courses, and a number of National Trust properties within easy reach. There are few better spots from which to experience the joys of beautiful Devon.