3 Skaigh View Cottages is a delightful, mid-terrace cottage situated in the village of Sticklepath, near South Zeal and Okehampton, Devon.
Nestled at the bottom of wooded Skaigh Valley in Dartmoor National Park, this inviting retreat is perfect for families or friends seeking a walking holiday in Devon.
Enter your new home-from-home, 3 Skaigh View Cottages, and be welcomed by the open-plan living space with woodburning stove, creating a homely feel you won’t want to leave.
Relax on the sofa with a cup of tea and a good book or catch up on your favourite shows on the TV.
The kitchen is well-equipped, allowing the designated chef of the group to whip up delicious meals to enjoy over at the dining area.
Just off the kitchen, you’ll find a back door leading to the enclosed garden with furniture and barbecue for alfresco dining in the warmer months.
Upstairs, you’ll find two bedrooms, a king-size and a twin, each with zip/link beds, and a bathroom with a bath and shower over, where you can freshen up before heading out.
In Sticklepath itself, you can enjoy stunning woodland walks alongside the river Taw just a stones throw from the property, visit the National Trust's Finch Foundry or enjoy a local ale at The Taw River Inn.
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In the neighbouring village of South Zeal, which is within walking distance, you will find The Kings Arms and Oxenham Arms.
When you’re ready to explore further afield, Belstone is nearby and offers a traditional pub, The Tors Inn, which is dog-friendly and the perfect place to refuel before walking over the rugged moors.
Nearby attractions are Castle Drogo and Rosemoor RHS Gardens, and to really appreciate the spectacular beauty of nature, visit Cosdon Hill, go horse riding at Mary Tavy or cycle to Lydford Gorge.
Alternatively, take a trip to Okehampton, a historic market town located on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, home to a selection of independent shops and eateries.
Keen cyclists will also find the Granite Way and the Wray Valley cycle paths nearby, plus there are several more challenging routes throughout the moors.
Whether you’re looking to take a scenic stroll, explore the ancient ruins or embark on a more ambitious adventure, you won’t be short of things to do at 3 Skaigh View Cottages.