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62 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.

Ingle Tor 6

North Bovey, Devon, South West of England

Ingle Tor From £2995 Availability

Quietly tucked away in its own corner of shaded woodland, Ingle Tor immediately draws its guests in as it slowly reveals itself from the magnificent copper beach that stands imposingly nearby. Uniquely designed and spread across five half stories, guests are treated to the contemporary, open reception space, flowing from the fully-fitted kitchen, across the internal solid wood balcony to the bright sitting room with its high vaulted English oak ceilings, large feature stone fire place and double doors leading to the spacious decked terrace. Offering comfortable and luxurious accommodation whatever the weather, the decked terrace with its sense of privacy is the perfect place to start a summers day amongst the rustling of trees and morning birdsong, or better still bring the day to a close with a glass something special and an evening BBQ. If visiting in Winter, the estate often reflects a magical winter wonderland and guests will be spoilt for choice whether to warm up in one of the Hotel’s magnificent lounges or cosy up in Ingle Tor in front of a roaring fire and with a movie on the Smart TV.

Offering three spacious and comfortable bedrooms with ensuites, Ingle Tor is ideal for either a family or group of friends to escape to and fully immerse themselves in the exciting activities and luxurious 5 star hospitality of the Hotel, including tasteful hotel lounges serving up afternoon tea and the sanctuary of the Elan Spa with indoor pool, sauna and steam room.

On Site Facilities:

  • Luxury, laid-back lounges in the nearby 5-star Hotel
  • Two restaurants and a bar
  • Indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room
  • Tennis courts
  • Gym
  • Estate walks and trails
  • Falconry displays
  • Petanque, croquet and children’s swings and climbing frames
  • Lodge Food Packs (additional charge)
  • Delivery of freshly cooked meals (additional charge)
  • A host of chargeable activities, including: Championship 18 Hole Golf Course, KidsZone and TechZone, Elan Spa (including Temple spa treatments), Archery, Fly Fishing, Air Rifle and Clay Pigeon Shooting, Deer Park Tour and 4X4 Driving.

Please note: We have a total of 4 lodges on offer at Bovey Castle, perfect for larger groups to book multiple ones together. Each lodge can sleep up to 6 guests and the other three lodges can be viewed on the following links Fingle Bridge, Cox Tor and Fox Tor.


Ground Floor:

Front door to open entrance hallway with ground floor WC and staircases.

Open-plan kitchen/diner with built-in electric oven and hob, large fridge and separate freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle and coffee machine.

Dining area with table and chairs to seat 6.

Short staircase down to Sitting room with large 4/5 seater sofa, two armchairs, coffee table, gas fire and feature stone fireplace, Smart TV, DVD Player and double doors to terrace.

Stairs to First Floor:

Bedroom 1 with 6ft super king size bed, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers, armchair, dressing table and door to ensuite bathroom with bath and over-head shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.

Stairs to Lower Ground Floor:

Utility room with sink, washer/dryer and built-in cupboards.

Bedroom 2 with 5ft king, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers, dressing table, double doors to terrace and door to ensuite shower room with walk-in shower cubicle, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3 with 6ft super king zip and link bed (can be set up as twin 3ft single beds upon request at the time of booking), wardrobe, dressing table and door to ensuite bathroom with bath and over-head shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.


The lodge has two private decked terraces, one accessed via double doors from the sitting room with table and seating for 6 and a BBQ (gas), and the second is accessed from the downstairs bedrooms.

The lodges are surrounded by woodland and small manicured lawns before opening onto the extensive communal estate grounds, which feature many walking paths, lakes and beautiful corners to sit and soak up the tranquil surrounds.


There is parking available for two vehicles in the lodges car park.

Electric Vehicles: There are EV charging facilities located at the front of the Hotel with charges for a full charge and top up charge, subject to charger availability.


  • Included: Bed linen, towels (guests must provide their own beach/dog towels), central heating. Bathrobes, slippers, toiletries and hairdryer.
  • Internet and Telephone: Wi-Fi available free of charge. There is a landline telephone available for incoming and outgoing calls with charges set the same as the hotel telephone rates (more information available at check-in). Mobile reception generally poor but please check with your provider prior to booking.
  • Pets: 2 dogs welcome. Pet charge £30.00 per dog per week.
  • Shop: There are two on-site shops available. The East Lodge Shop, open from 1pm to 7.30pm, offers a small selection of food and drink that you might need during your stay and games and pet toys, amongst other items. The Bovey Shop, in the main hotel, open from 9.30am to 5pm, sells clothing, boots, swimming costumes, gifts and more.
  • Electric vehicles: There are EV charging facilities located at the front of the Hotel with charges for a full charge and top up charge, subject to charger availability.
  • Short Breaks: Available low and mid season.
  • Local Facilities: There is an on-site shop available (open from 1pm to 7.30pm) and offering snacks, drinks, coffees, board games, pet etc, Smith’s Brasserie, Great Western Grill, hotel bar and a host of activities throughout the wider estate. All the facilities of Moretonhampstead are approximately 2.5 miles away, including a supermarket, pubs, cafes, art galleries, museums and an outdoor swimming pool (open during summer months).

Rosetti Farm 16

Ashburton, Devon, South West of England

Rosetti Farm From £4515 Availability

Located in Woodland, South Devon, this luxury farmhouse has been meticulously refurbished to provide a haven of peace. Designed to accommodate larger groups, it boasts seven bedrooms and ten beds, ensuring ample space for up to sixteen guests.

Immerse yourself in a seamless blend of modern elegance and traditional cottage charm. There are two distinct living areas adorned with Moroccan rugs, eclectic art and plush sofas that beckon you to sink into their embrace. Crackling open fires and wood-burning stoves envelop you in a warm glow as you peruse through the book collection. Admire the soaring wooden beams and high ceilings that house a cinema space, piano and a myriad of games. Also included is a huge flatscreen TV, table tennis, vinyl collection, pool table and turntable.

The kitchen and dining room overlook the walled herb and fruit garden. Cook up a storm using the outdoor parilla grill and pizza oven. There is also a fridge, microwave, dishwasher, stove, oven, coffee maker and bread maker.

The four bedrooms upstairs, out of which two boast en-suite bathrooms, exude a style of their own. Additionally, two en-suite bedrooms downstairs and a mezzanine sleeping area ensure privacy and comfort.

Take a leisurely stroll around the sprawling grounds. Lounge on sun beds or sway gently in a hammock, embracing the serenity of the garden, orchard, pond and fields. Tuck into the stone barn, which is outfitted with underfloor heating. Other amenities include a wood-burning sauna, high-speed Wi-Fi, washing machine and dryer. There is free parking on the grounds for added convenience.

The farmhouse is nestled in the picturesque South Devon countryside between the villages of Broadhempston and Woodland. With its two inviting pubs and a village shop,  Broadhempston offers a delightful taste of rural life. Nearby, the towns of Ashburton and Totnes await, each with its own distinctive charm.

For history enthusiasts, a visit to Powderham Castle is a must. As you amble through scenic landscapes, the castle’s grandeur gradually unfolds. Built-in 1390 by Sir Philip Courtenay, it stands proudly as the seat of the Earl of Devon. Explore the historic rooms and beautiful gardens, and the area’s rich heritage.

In Dartmoor National Park, you’re surrounded by deep wooded valleys, meandering rivers, and majestic rock formations. You’ll see Dartmoor ponies roaming freely while also encountering foxes, otters, weasels, stoats, and deers. Stop by for a beer at a charming country pub. Strike up a chat with the friendly locals, who’ll regale you with their engrossing stories.

A 40-minute drive from the farmhouse takes you to the cosmopolitan city of Exeter. Participate in a free tour of Exeter Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece in Gothic splendour. Wander through a fascinating labyrinth of medieval passages beneath Exeter High Street, which once brought fresh water to the city. Heading to the quayside, you can stroll along the river, hire a bike or a canoe, or simply soak up the vibrant atmosphere of charming cafes, restaurants, pubs, and bars.

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