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34 Log Cabins around Dartmoor

Full of history and heritage, ancient woodlands, dramatic wild moors and a wealth of archaeological treasures, artistic and literary connections, Dartmoor is a great place to stay - not just pass through going to Cornwall! Plenty of walking routes for all abilities; horse riding and cycling opportunities; pretty villages and thriving towns with great local produce.

Barn in South Devon 5

Dartmoor National Park, Devon, South West of England

Barn in South Devon From £446 Availability

Located at the start of the Two Moors Way in the picturesque South Devon countryside, with Dartmoor just a short distance away offering scenic walks, horse riding and cycling routes for those looking to keep active. For something more relaxing, the village of Bigbury on Sea is 9 miles south of the property and has a stunning sandy beach, with access to Burgh Island at low tide. Other nearby attractions and places of interest in the area include the historic naval city of Plymouth, Exeter, famed for its stunning cathedral and shopping, Woodlands Adventure Park, Paignton Zoo, Dartmoor National Park, Dartmouth Steam Railway, Torre Abbey and numerous National Trust properties. Step inside this charming property on the ground floor where you will find yourself in the entrance hall leading to the ground floor shower room with shower and WC. Follow the hallway to the lovely kitchen which has everything you need to create a family meal. Here you will find an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and a dining area. At the rear of the property, on the ground floor, are the two beautiful bedrooms: a super king size zip and link (which can be made into a twin on request) with a single bed and a twin room. Moving up the stairs to the first floor will take you to the open plan lounge/diner, a wonderful open space complete with original beams and a mezzanine area for those looking for a quiet spot to sit and read with countryside views. The lounge has plenty of comfortable seating surrounding the Smart TV for all guests to unwind after a busy day exploring the local area, and a wood burner to keep cosy during the winter evenings. There is also another shower room with shower and WC located on this floor, as well as a small utility area featuring a washing machine and an area to dry clothes. Outside the property, there is a small, enclosed garden with seating, a great spot to take in the sun or for some evening al fresco dining around the fire pit. There is also a lovely lawned area which is perfect for guests with a dog or for children wanting to play outside. There is off road parking for two cars located at the side of the property. Guests will also be able to walk around the designated areas of the farm to see the poultry, peacock and pigs.

Landscove House & Barns 36

Ashburton, Devon, South West of England

Landscove House & Barns From £9659 Availability

Situated in the stunning rural setting of Landscove in Devon’s South Hams is the charming Landscove House & Barns. The grade II listed building has been a local landmark for generations, and now, through thoughtful restoration ensuring that all of its traditional character has been preserved, it is rented for lucky visitors to enjoy. The manor and its surrounding Barns now provide boutique accommodation for people seeking a country escape. Landscove House can comfortably accommodate up to sixteen guests across eight beautifully-appointed en-suite bedrooms while the Barns can sleep up to twelve guests across six cottages and suites. A further eight guests can make use of sofa beds in the Barns raising Landscove House & Barns' maximum capacity to a total of thirty six. Outside, those lucky enough to stay here will enjoy spending sunny days in the beautiful gardens whether they choose to spend their days splashing around in the private pool or relaxing with a good book on a sun lounger. After a busy day exploring beautiful Devon, the whole gang can gather on the terrace and enjoy a yummy meal al fresco. * Please note that the owners sometimes rent the barns individually. To ensure you have exclusive use of the Estate, please select the maximum capacity of 36. * Those in smaller groups of 12 - 20 can still enjoy a stay here by renting either Landscove House or Landscove Barns individually.

Landscove House & Barns offer the perfect country escape. Its picturesque location puts guests at the heart of everything the South Hams and Devon has to offer, including Dartmoor and the South Devon coast. These are only a short distance away. There are countless charming, historic towns and villages such as Totnes and Dartmouth to explore in the surrounding area.

Rattery Lodge 8

Totnes, Devon, South West of England

Rattery Lodge From £1170 Availability

The beautifully styled Rattery Lodge is a splendid family retreat nestled in the South Devon countryside at Rattery, a charming little village close to Totnes. With four wonderful bedrooms, this immaculate holiday home sleeps eight guests in modern comfort. Lush, sprawling surroundings complete the picture where you can enjoy family picnics, sensational countryside views and plenty of fresh air.

Rattery Lodge is perfect for a family holiday or catching up with friends. With off-grid, rural glory and oozing both taste and acreage, this spacious home provides wonderful accommodation.

Rattery Lodge is beautifully appointed with great attention to detail. Much of the wood you will find around the house was salvaged during the restoration of the Dartmouth Lower Ferry slipway. Knowing that, you may enjoy feeling the banister as you climb the stairs or gazing at the weathering on cupboard doors knowing that Rattery Lodge lovingly contains nods from the past as well as contemporary comforts.

The spacious living room is brimming with soft leather sofas and chairs where you can rest and enjoy stunning garden views, just the type that floor-to-ceiling windows were made for. Perhaps you may enjoy a little family sing-a-long around the piano or just chat about plans for the day. The impressive L-shaped kitchen diner is the heart of this happy home. The two-tone white and wooden kitchen units blend perfectly with the ancient beams. The kitchen boasts a wine fridge amongst the excellent appliances. Also on offer is a breakfast bar where guests can open a bottle of wine and keep the chef company while they prepare a delicious meal.

Three of the four beautifully finished bedrooms are located on the first floor, including the master suite. This lovely bedroom enjoys glorious views across lush neighbouring fields and valleys. It offers a comfortable king-size bed, a private balcony and a smart en-suite bathroom. There is another delightful king bedroom and a twin which can be converted to a king on request. The family bathroom is immaculate and boasts a shower and a bath. The fourth bedroom also can be a twin or king and is located on the ground floor, ideal if you have someone less mobile with you. It offers an en-suite bathroom.

Rattery Lodge sits majestically peaceful in its acre of gardens which are encased by mature trees. All you can see is fabulous countryside. What a wonderful ‘away-from-it-all’ feeling you will enjoy! The garden is south facing so it is the perfect place for alfresco dining and family barbecues. You can take one of the footpaths to the village and the local pub, Church House Inn where you can enjoy some delicious country meals. There is a village shop for some tasty basics. This is a truly magical, tranquil spot, just on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park and within easy driving distance to the south Devon coast. Dartington and Totnes are brilliant for shopping.

The lovely Rattery Lodge is located in a tranquil, rural position just a short stroll from the village of Rattery. Whilst Rattery offers a small shop and a pub, there is plenty of shopping and other facilities at Totnes and Dartington. Rattery is located on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park so visitors can enjoy wonderful scenery and wildlife.

Wine lovers can enjoy delicious classic English wines and tasty cheese at Sharpham Wine and Cheese at Totnes. Nature has bestowed her gifts on Sharpham and in the winery, New World and traditional techniques produce unique, regional, characterful wines. Their tally of International Awards confirms their position as one of England’s foremost quality wine producers. Visitors can enjoy tastings and tours.

The Dartington Hall estate is home to 25 acres of Grade II listed gardens, which are open year round from dawn till dusk. With a rich sense of history and a host of delightful features including a new bridge by artist Peter Randall Page, a Henry Moore sculpture and 500 year old Spanish Chestnut trees, the beautiful gardens are worth exploring all year round. The Dartington Hall Estate also houses 41 listed structures, some of them open to the public.

Visitors will certainly have their pick of castles to visit in this wonderful area. How about a day visiting the castles of Devon? Tucked away in a deep wooded valley, the 15th century Berry Pomeroy Castle is a romantic ruin with a colourful history of intrigue. Within the defences of the Pomeroy family castle, looms the ruins shell of its successor, the Elizabethan mansion of the Seymours. It was never completed and was abandoned by 1700 when it became the focus of ghost stories. Totnes Castle stands majestically in the town, a mighty legacy of the Normans. It is one of the best surviving examples of an early Norman motte and bailey castle. Close by, you can also visit Dartmouth Castle.

Totnes is a bustling town with a Friday and Saturday outdoor market, a monthly indoor market with arts and crafts, delicious food and special gifts and a Totnes Good Food Sunday Market held on the third Sunday of each month. China Blue is an Aladdin’s cave with a wonderful ceramic studio.

The Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company offers wonderful family days out on steam trains, boats and a paddle steamer. Visitors can enjoy the delights of Torquay, Paignton, Brixham, Dartmouth and the River Dart. No visit to South Devon is complete without a few days at the seaside!

The Homestead 2


The Homestead From £226 Availability

The Homestead is a charming single-storey barn conversion resting in Poundsgate, Devon. Hosting one king-size bedroom with a zip and link feature meaning it can be split into two 2'6" singles, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to two guests. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is off-road parking and a courtyard with furniture, with access to the owner's barbecue house. The Homestead is the perfect home away from home for a relaxing retreat to Devon.