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The village of Yelverton lies in South Devon on the south-western edge of Dartmoor National Park, in the county of Devon. With vast moors, tumbling rivers and wooded valleys on the doorstep of holiday cottages in Yelverton, this rural community is a popular base for walking, horse-riding and other outdoor pursuits. The village centre has a service station and a small grocery. On Westella Road, The Cotton Tree Boutique sells locally produced gifts, and M and D is a popular florist. There is an excellent bakery, and the Game Larder is a deli selling a range of Devon produce. Nearby, the Rock Inn is a charming pub serving local ales and good food prepared with ingredients sourced from Dartmoor farms.

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Clamoak Cottage is a charming waterfront cottage in Clamoak boasting a thoroughly modern interior combined with exposed beams and touches of yesteryear and an open fire. The pet-friendly cottage offers outdoor spaces with sweeping views of the Tamar River and the South Devon countryside.

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Well worth checking out on self-catering holidays in Yelverton, the village has its own independently run cinema on the banks of the River Meavy. There are many beautiful walks from the village, out onto the moors, including a gentle route to Burrator Reservoir, where fishing is popular. There is a cricket club and a unique golf club where the course runs onto open moorland. Yelverton’s best-known landmark is undoubtedly Roborough Rock, a massive outcrop on Roborough Down, which the Victorian Rock Hotel was named after. In and around the village, there are several opulent country villas. Another distinctive landmark, St Paul’s Church, was hit by a plane after an airfield was built during the Second World War, after which the light was fixed to its tower. President Roosevelt once landed on the airfield, the outline of which remains visible today, along with several earth and brick bunkers. On the doorstep of South Devon holiday cottages, the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a short drive westward, with spectacular riverside walks and unspoiled countryside to explore. The South Devon coast is within easy reach, a little further southward, with sandy beaches and hidden rocky coves.