In the centre of Holne, 100 yards from the shop and tea room, a beautifully restored Victorian cottage snuggling between two other cottages. Once it was part of the village forge, now a comfortable, warm and delightful home with lovely oak floors (rugs) downstairs. To the front, a neat gated garden; at the back, an equally neat enclosed garden on several levels (steps up) with small lawn (table/chairs). Front door to living room with open fire and TV/DVD; off living room, a prettily decorated little bedroom with two single beds. Kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, washer-drier, microwave, fridge, electric cooker) with 5'10" door lintel, electric Aga for extra cosiness (October to Easter) and back door to garden. Smart ground-floor bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Stairs from living room up to two double bedrooms, one with 5' bed and the other with access to one side of bed only; loo. Just right for touring Dartmoor and the south coast or simply relaxing.
Holne: village (community shop, tea rooms, pub) in one of the most beautiful, wooded, sheltered parts of the Dartmoor National Park. Lovely walking/riding (stables nearby), salmon/trout fishing in River Dart (bouldered, beautiful). Scorriton (good food pub), 1 mile; Dartmeet, 4 miles; Ashburton and A38 road, 5 miles. The sea at Torbay, 15 miles.
Two x double bedrooms (one king size) upstairs with WC and basin. Downstairs twin bedroom. Ground floor bathroom with bath, WC, basin. Living room with open fire. Kitchen with dining area.
HOLNE On the southeastern slopes of Dartmoor, in one of the most beautiful, wooded sheltered parts of the National Park, is the pretty village of Holne, with its 13th century church and Community Shop, Tearoom and Church House Inn. Lovely walking/Riding and salmon/trout fishing in the River Dart. Three miles from Buckfastleigh, the home of Buckfast Abbey, the South Devon Railway, the Buckfastleigh Butterfly Farm and the Otter Sanctuary.
This property offers the following short breaks: