In the heart of Dartmoor, surrounded by 23 acres of countryside and two miles from Widecombe-in-the-Moor, is this little cottage attached to the Grade II listed, 16th century farmhouse where the owners live with their friendly dogs, ponies and children.
This is a wonderfully peaceful base for couples in a lovely moorland location.
Step up through the garden to your door into the little galley kitchen which leads you into the open plan living space with dining area, a lofty room with high ceiling, skylights, old uneven characterful floor and cosy wood burning stove.
Steps take you down to a lobby for storing your walking boots and coats, and a bathroom for soaking after long strolls on the moors.
The double bedroom is romantically on a little gallery over the sitting room, with sloping beams.
Behind curtains in the living room is another double bedroom which you can use if you wish for alternative sleeping arrangements.
Open garden with pond, covered with a metal grill, all around to share with the owners and 23 acres of fields which lead directly to the open moor, this is a perfect place for walking and admiring Dartmoor's beauty.
Widecombe-in-the-Moor is a traditional and historic Dartmoor village of Uncle Tom Cobley fame, with a good food pub, working forge and handsome church.
You can ride, walk or cycle the surrounding stunning open spaces, or head to the sea at Torbay 19 miles away.
Ideal for enjoying Dartmoor and Devon countryside, Hamel Down Hideaway is a lovely retreat full of character.
Two double bedrooms, one super king on a gallery and the other on ground level for alternative sleeping. Downstairs bathroom with bath, hand shower, WC, basin. Open plan sitting room with dining area. Galley kitchen. Lobby.