Dartmoor Holiday Cottages

Dartmoor holiday cottages and a variety of self catering properties from the major rental agents. Follow the links for further information about availability and features.

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17 Dartmoor Family Cottage, Gunnislake, South West England (Ref 7262)

17 Dartmoor is a detached holiday lodge on the Honicombe Manor Holiday Park near to Gunnislake in Cornwall. It has four bedrooms (two double and two twins) along with two bathrooms, which makes it suitable...

£385.00
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Dartmoor Edge Lodge Family Cottage, Tedburn St Mary, South West England (Ref 13133)

Dartmoor Edge Lodge is a detached log cabin in the grounds of Fingle Glen Golf Hotel in Tedburn St Mary. It has two bedrooms, consisting of a double with en-suite bath and a twin. There is a family shower...

£316.00
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Nuthatch Lodge Pet-Friendly Cottage, Winkleigh, South West England (Ref 905861)

Nuthatch Lodge is a single-storey lodge on an eco-friendly livestock farm less than two miles from Winkleigh. The lodge has two bedrooms, a double and a room with bunks, along with a sofa bed in the open...

£241.00
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FCH7693

COSY COTTAGE IN CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION CLOSE TO DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK This cosy mid 19th century end of terraced cottage has recently been modernised to a high standard offering comfort and character...

£335.00
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FCH1048

DETACHED COTTAGE IN AN IDYLLIC LOCATION ON DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK This cottage stands in its own natural grounds with a small stream in a most beautiful part of the Dartmoor National Park close to the...

£370.00
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FCH4645

HISTORIC VILLAGE SETTING IN THE HEART OF DARTMOOR This lovely end terrace cottage nestles within the village of Widecombe-In-The-Moor and is famous for its traditional fair held annually and celebrated...

£290.00
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FCH9725

1 OF 2 COTTAGES WITH SUPERB COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS These delightful cottages reportedly date back to the 15th century and are set on the owners smallholding but provide privacy and are ideal for couples or...

£305.00
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FCH2080

PERFECT FOR EXPLORING CORNWALL S BEACHES AND WALKING ON DARTMOOR The apartment is situated above a garage in the grounds of the owner s main residence and has use of large and well-maintained gardens with...

£255.00
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FCH26323

1 OF 2 COTTAGES WITH SUPERB COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS These delightful cottages reportedly date back to the 15th century and are set on the owners smallholding but provide privacy and are ideal for couples or...

£305.00
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FCH4553

1 OF 2 PROPERTIES COMPACT PICTURESQUE BARNS IN THIS QUIET SETTING ON THE EDGE OF DARTMOOR REGRET NO CHILDREN UNDER 5 YRS Located 1 mile from the village of Yelverton with its local amenities shops pub...

£270.00
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Dartmoor

Dartmoor is situated in central Devon and is the largest area of open country in southern England. Its landscape consists of desolate moors and valleys, punctuated by dense woodlands. The region covers almost 400 square miles and is protected by the National Park Authority. Scroll down for Dartmoor holiday cottages.

The windswept terrain occasionally rises up to form granite hilltops called Tors. Two of the most notable are Yes Tor and High Willhays, both of which stand at over 2000ft. Many prehistoric ruins remain, including forts and hut circles. During the middles ages Dartmoor was mined for tin and copper - a practice that can be traced to the four towns of Tavistock, Chagford, Ashburton and Plympton. The moor is now predominantly used for farming.

Dartmeet, with its clapper bridge is one of the better known beauty spots and is where the East and West Dart Rivers meet. Other places of interest include North Bovey and its stone houses as well as the ancient market town of Okehampton. Buckland-in-the-Moor is also noteworthy and has thatched cottages, set against heavy woods - it is one of the most photographed corners of England.

Dartmoor's countryside also provides some interesting landmarks including the granite rock-pile Combestone Tor and Buckland Abbey. Although rainfall is heavy, Dartmoor offers a rugged desolate beauty that is not matched anywhere else in South England.