Dartmoor Holiday Cottages

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    Peaceful granite cottage. Heart of Dartmoor at Dartmeet. wood burning stove. Bluebell woods and meadows. River to fish. Access to open moorland. Widecombe-in-the-Moor 4 miles. (Ref. 975864)

    7 nights from £363

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    Huge converted Dartmoor barn near Dartmeet. Spectacular moorland setting. Ten en suite bedrooms. Hot tub and sauna. Outdoor activities. Widecombe-in-the-Moor 4 miles. (Ref. 975868)

    7 nights from £2376

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    Charming little Dartmoor cottage. Direct access to open moor. wood burning stove. Peace and tranquillity. Beautiful rural surroundings. Widecombe-in-the-Moor 2 miles. (Ref. 975847)

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    7 nights from £315

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    Relaxing, pet friendly, 'upside down' cottage in heart of the Southern Moor. Parking. WiFi. Widecombe-in-the-Moor 2 miles. (Ref. 975799)

    7 nights from £386

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    Peaceful Dartmoor cottage. wood burning stove. Picturesque village beauty spot. Excellent moorland walking. Widecombe-in-the-Moor 6 miles. (Ref. 975869)

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    7 nights from £327

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    Holiday cottage tucked away in the Dartmoor National Park. Parking. Ashburton 4.5 miles. (Ref. 967288)

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    7 nights from £336

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    • Bedrooms3
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    Superb single-storey cottage with uninterrupted panoramic views. Parking. Pet friendly. WiFi. In Widecombe-in-the Moor. (Ref. 975822)

    7 nights from £452

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    Comfortable cottage in the Dartmoor village of Holne. wood burning stove. Enclosed lawn garden. Lovely walking and riding countryside. In Holne. (Ref. 975811)

    Last booked within the last 2 days
    • 25% off - Sat 23rd Jun to 7th Jul 2018

    7 nights from £461

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    Charming Victorian cottage in the Dartmoor village of Holne. Close to shop and tea room. Open fire. Lovely walks. Riding stables nearby. In Holne. (Ref. 975810)

    7 nights from £418

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    Stunning detached Dartmoor cottage in Scorriton. Two living rooms with wood burning stoves. Sophisticated style. Riverside wood and orchard. Tranquil setting. Ashburton 5 miles. (Ref. 975826)

    7 nights from £581

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Just show me Dartmoor Cottages

Imagine 368 square miles of wild, sweeping countryside. A region of heather-clad moorland, verdant gorges and rushing rivers, scattered with rugged granite tors, historic sites, picturesque villages and thriving market towns. Not to mention miniature Dartmoor ponies freely roaming the landscape. Welcome to the Dartmoor National Park and our collection of Dartmoor cottages in Devon.

Get out and about from your Dartmoor cottage!

Lovers of outdoor pursuits need look no further, with a plethora of exciting activities on offer from the leisurely to the adrenalin-fuelled. Think walking, cycling, riding, climbing, fishing and lots more. The River Dart is fantastic for canoeing. You can swim with fish. Or sleep under the stars in your Dartmoor cottage's garden. For sensational panoramic views, trek to the top of High Willhays, affectionately known as the 'Roof of Devon'. Discover Sites of Special Scientific Interest and nature reserves full of wildlife. Why not visit Stone Lane Gardens, a magical five acre woodland garden? Wherever you go, every step brings something new.

Historians will delight in the wealth of ancient monuments, including castles, burial chambers, stone circles, medieval churches, stately mansions and heritage centres. There are fascinating museums too, as well as art galleries, country gardens and vintage railways. You can shop for local delicacies at bustling farmers' markets. Relax over dinner in a cosy Dartmoor pub. Or join in with local festivities like Morris dancing and snail racing.

But it's Nature's finest handiwork that really packs the punch, with mile upon mile of dazzling, untamed wilderness to explore. Browse our Dartmoor holiday cottages now and experience this extraordinary region soon!