This lovely detached stone cottage rests in a historic location, in the heart of the village of Lydford and its inspiring outdoor attractions.
Whether you are coming together as a family for a refreshing break or joining friends for an assorted holiday, Clearview is a wonderful place to begin your journey, with countryside scenery sweeping across to the heart of Dartmoor.
The interior comprises of a neatly styled kitchen, and two sitting rooms, the first is brought to life by a multi-fuel stove and a piano for the musically inclined, a cosy haven to escape into your own world.
The second sitting room is elevated by a woodburning stove and a stone fireplace, with countryside views to remind you of the lovely surroundings that await outdoors.
There is even a conservatory where you can all spend some time in the evening, settling down at the dining table, amidst the natural views of the garden and beyond.
Continuing through the property, stairs lead up to the collection of bedrooms, each boasting their own personality with different styles to suit every member of the family.
Whether you choose the twin, double, or single room, the countryside outlooks are a pleasant backdrop to wake up to, with the master suite also featuring a dual aspect.
With prior notice, the twin bedroom can be linked together to form a super king-size bed.
For more of the outdoors, experience the lawned garden which is home to furniture, bike storage, children's playhouse and a summer house so you can enjoy the area all season round.
To the north, just half a mile away, the high tors come right down to the village edge, while to the south the River Lyd winds its way through Lydford Forest on its tumbling course.
Whether walking the moors, fishing, watching the amazing wildlife or just visiting the many attractions of this beautiful area, you'll never be lost for something to do.
Great for walkers and cyclists, a popular attraction is the Granite Way, part of the National Cycle Network, Devon Coast to Coast Rout 27.
And let's not forget the intriguing medieval castle, a retreat not to be missed as well as Lydford Gorge, owned by the National Trust, which is popular with guests ll year round.