Flanked by the Tamar Valley, West Dartmoor is the natural border between Devon and Cornwall
West Dartmoor is full of market towns, pretty villages and amazing scenery across the Tamar valley and into Cornwall. Tavistock is the biggest of these bustling market towns and a key part of the West Devon/East Cornwall UNESCO World Heritage site. This part of the moors is accessed by the Okehampton to Plymouth link road that joins the A30 and A38 dual carriage ways popular towns and villages include; Tavistock, Milton Abbot and Peter Tavy.
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The beautifully renovated, Devon holiday cottage self catering accommodation enjoys the enviable position of being just 3 miles from glorious Dartmoor and still within easy reach of the coast. Ideally situated to explore both Devon and Cornwall, the stable is a perfect retreat for keen walkers and nature lovers. Accommodation is for two people with a large double/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom and separate toilet room.
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
2 Cedar Lodge Park is a lodge on a holiday park, located near the market town of Tavistock in Devon. Hosting three bedrooms TV/DVD player in each room ; two double (one with en-suite facilities), and one twin, as well as a family bathroom, this cottage can sleep up to six people. Inside, you will also find a utility and an open plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with a fire. To the outside, is off road parking for one car and a decked balcony. Resting in a delightful setting, with popular attractions, 2 Cedar Lodge Park is a refreshing cottage in a heart warming part of England.
An immaculately-presented detached barn conversion on a traditional Dartmoor hill farm, where they breed cattle, in an isolated position, within the Dartmoor National Park, a mile from the small village of Peter Tavy, and close to the market town of Tavistock.
This detached, stone-built barn conversion is situated next door to the owner’s home on their farm, within the Dartmoor National Park, four miles from Tavistock and can sleep two people in one bedroom.