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Activites on Dartmoor

"There is such an abundance of natural beauty here on Dartmoor, with so much history to explore,

you will be spoilt for choice."


Chagford our nearest town, sits around its octagonal Market House fondly called the Pepperpot, and in short walking distance you will discover many fine old granite buildings, the beautiful church of St Michael and a wealth of unusual independent shops and art galleries. With a vast range of eateries, pubs, inns, cafes and delicatessens you are spoilt for choice. We can arrange a taxi service to and from the village
(at additional cost).


From  the evocative remains of Bronze Age ancient settlements to hamlets nestled throughout the DNP, to villages and Pannier Market Towns, Dartmoor provides a wealth of commuinties and history to explore.


We can also contact local guides if you require personal tours.
(at additional cost).


Dartmoor  is an expanse of 368 square miles of wild open moorland and forests. With so much on offer we advise you to visit the following website and their itineraries for ideas and inspiration for places to visit and things to do.


We can also contact local guides if you require personal tours (at additional cost).


Eating on Dartmoor couldn't get more diverse. From Michelin Star restautants to gastro pubs to foraging with guides;  sampling local wines and  seasonal food in cafes, bars and restaurants.


Dartmoor is a foodies haven. We can arrange foraging tours and taxi services. (at additional cost).


Just under a 4 mile drive we have the Luxury Resort of  Bovey Castle where you can indulge in a Spa Day or relax at The Elan Pool with a sauna and steam room and views across the grounds.

Bovey's Golf Course is second to none and is 'sister' to Gleneagles and Turnberry.

We can organise Golf  lessons and  book a round of golf on this most amazing course or your spa treatment.


There are four English Heritage sites of Dartmoor. The best known dating from prehistoric times - The video link here shows Hound Tor a 'short drive' from Hollyberry Barn, which is so worth a visit.

(5mile approx)


The National Trust owns some of the most breathtaking river valleys and intriguing buildings, including Castle Dogo within the Dartmoor National Park. 

There are many cycling opportunities with the Drake's Trail leading to the Granite Way which carries on  up to Lydford Gorge and the north moor: Walking paths are signposted and can take you along ambling streams to the challenge of the Ten Tors.

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