Dartmoor Self Catering Cottages to Rent
Like all of the UK National Parks, Dartmoor offers a wealth of stunning scenery for visitors to explore. There are outdoor activities to suit almost everyone for a holiday in this large, wild and rural National Park in Devon. Whether you're looking for a very challenging trek across wild and windswept moorland or just a relaxing ramble through ancient oak woods and charming villages, there is plenty to see where ever you go. Being a popular visitor destination, the area has plenty of quaint holiday cottages offering comfortable, high quality self-catering accommodation.
Bridesmere, a beautifully decorated converted Devon barn, in the Teign Valley on Dartmoor, sleeps 8. Bridesmere is one of 3 self-catering cottages at Clifford Barton which all have private fenced gardens, pet friendly, great for kids, 2-acre lake, 50-acre nature reserve and Games Barn.
- Sleeps 8
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 2
Butterdon a beautifuly decorated stone cottage located in the Teign Valley on Dartmoor - sleeps 5. Butterdon is one of 3 self catering cottages at Clifford Barton which all have private fenced gardens, pet friendly, great for kids, 2 acre lake, 50 acre private nature reserve and Games Barn.
- Sleeps 5
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 2
Whitelady House near Tavistock in West Devon is an imposing Grade II listed country house set in its own stunning grounds within Dartmoor National Park. It sleeps 12 guests in 6 bedrooms, with 4 bathrooms. This dog friendly house is lies at the heart of a rural walkers paradise next door to the Nati...
- Sleeps 12
- Bedrooms 6
- Bathrooms 4
The classic Dartmoor villages of Chagford, Moretonhampstead, Lustleigh and Bovey Tracey will leave you thinking that you have stepped back in time. Discovering ancient stone cottages and narrow, flower-filled country lanes will keep you enthralled for hours. And if you’re looking to find a holiday cottage among these lovely old villages, use the helpful search boxes on My Favourite Holiday Cottages to narrow down your search. There is a wealth of culture and heritage to discover at Castle Drogo or Buckland Abbey, where you and the family can spend the whole day and enjoy a picnic in the beautiful grounds.