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West Moor
PL19 0NP
Sleeps up to 2
Dog friendly

Monkstone Cottage

Cosy cottage
Monkstone Cottage nestles on the hillside below the famous 13th Century Brentor Church, one of Devon’s most distinctive landmarks. With views of Dartmoor from every room, it is finished to a high standard throughout. It is dog friendly and has level access and off road parking

01822 810222

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01822 810222

Monkstone Cottage is a delightful Devon barn conversion nestling on the hillside below the famous 13th Century Brentor Church, one of Devon's most distinctive landmarks. Sympathetically converted and retaining much of its original character, the cottage has lovely views across the valley. A great place to chill out in the peace and quiet for a lazy day in the garden, or to come back to and put your feet up after a long walk on Dartmoor.
Comfortable lounge with granite fireplace and wood burning stove
Dining area
A well equipped separate kitchen
Romantic cottage style double bedroom
Luxury bathroom with soft lighting, deep bath and a shower
Environmentally friendly biomass central heating
Full size cooker, microwave oven
Dishwasher, washing machine
Fridge with freezer compartment
LED flat screen TV/DVD, Wi-fi access
Private terrace in enclosed garden
Meadow for dog walking
Secure off road parking, level access

Key info

Available All Year, Short breaks, Dog friendly, Parking, Real fire, Ground floor bedroom, Accessible*, WiFi, Garden

what's nearby...

Tavistock Pannier Market

Situated at the very heart of the historic town of Tavistock is the ancient Pannier Market. The Market was granted its Royal Charter in 1105 and has survived without a break for over 900 years. Today, this wonderful indoor market attracts customers from far and wide, all of whom relish in the quality and variety of products on offer.

Top Tip

Monkstone is on Route 27 Cycle way. The nearby Granite Way, Tarka Trail and Drakes Trail as well as the Tamar Trails in the Tamar Valley offer easy cycling and walking along traffic free former railways and paths. For those seeking an activity break there is also pony trekking, golf and gliding just 5 minutes away.

Image by Louis Tripp


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