This beautiful little detached cottage nestles in the grounds of a private house, located at the end of a bridle path on the edge of the village of Mary Tavy, close to Tavistock.
Surrounded by beautiful gardens and grounds, this pretty cottage is the perfect choice for a romantic getaway, thoughtfully styled for two.
All one level, the interior comprises of a light, airy kitchen, a homely place to begin your mornings or commence an evening, with little accessories uplifting the room wholeheartedly.
The lounge/diner is equally as beautiful, bright and summery, and brought to life by a comfy sofa and window looking out over the natural garden.
As you settle down at the dining table, why not open up the French doors, to allow in the fresh air and birdsong, reminding you of the calming landscape around you?
The double bedroom continues the fresh vibrant feel, with wooden flooring and an en-suite shower room centred by a contemporary cubicle.
Outdoors you will be impressed by the sunny gravelled terrace, where there is a café-style table and chairs for pouring morning coffees or perhaps cold drinks after the sun goes down.
At the top of a small flight of steps discover the lawn garden and undercover seating bringing you lovely views whatever the weather may be.
Just 50 yards from the open moorland of Dartmoor National Park, an abundance of walks can be enjoyed by beautiful flora and fauna with spectacular far-reaching views.
Popular beauty spots nearby include Buckland Abbey, The Garden House and Lydford Gorge.
The cottage is also close to the Devon Cycle Network Route 27, taking you from coast to coast, and a short drive will guide you to other attractions, such as Lydford Gorge, The Garden House and Buckland Abbey.
A quirky retreat in an exceptional part of Devon.
About the location
Plymouth 17 miles; Okehampton 8 miles.
A delightful award-winning market town, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the River Tavy, nestling in the south-west slopes of Dartmoor. Tavistock has an indoor pannier market, a diverse range of independent shops, an excellent choice of pubs, bistros, restaurants, a theatre and a cinema, as well as a leisure pool. This is the perfect destination for country lovers who enjoy the convenience of an interesting town on the doorstep. There is excellent walking on Dartmoor, cycling on The National Cycle Network no. 27, renowned game fishing, gardens of distinction and various National Trust properties nearby. Within easy reach is the maritime city of Plymouth, with its Barbican Quay and the Historic Royal William Yard. Torbay, the Eden Project and the sandy surfing beaches of Devon and North Cornwall are all within an hour’s drive and provide activities to keep all the family happy. Tavistock is a wonderful all-year-round holiday destination.