In North Bovey, a pretty, 17th cent., Grade II listed, semi-detached, thatched cottage on the Dartmoor Way.
Step down from the porch and you can follow the lane until it becomes a track and then stepping stones across the River Bovey and beyond.
More walkers and horse riders pass than vehicles.
To one side of the cottage, accessed across neighbour's drive entrance, a long, narrow, secluded wooded garden with paved area (table/chairs) looking across Easdon Down and surrounding hills.
Living room with huge inglenook (woodburner), ancient beams, cosy window seat looking down the valley, TV/DVD and kitchen area (slimline dishwasher, microwave, fridge, electric cooker); to one side of the inglenook, a narrow doorway (5'10" lintel) with 2 steps down into little dining room with glazed door to front of cottage.
Steep half-turn stairs up to two bedrooms - a double (5' bed with footboard), and one with two singles (limited clothes-hanging space).
Smart bathroom (suite, shower over bath).
Outhouse with washing machine, tumble drier.
A smashing get-away-from-it-all cottage in an enchanting village.
Ring of Bells Inn in walking distance.
North Bovey: postcard-pretty village (medieval church) with tree-shaded green in the beautiful wooded valley of the mini River Bovey, two lane-miles from the spectacular open moor around Manaton or Moretonhampstead.
Bovey Castle (hotel, good restaurant, golf), about 2 miles.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC, basin. Downstairs sitting room with wood burning stove and kitchen area. Dining room.