In the centre of Sticklepath, an elegant, recently refurbished cottage and made beautiful with strong colours and stylish touches throughout.
Outside, a small, shared lawned garden with picnic table and views towards the heights of Dartmoor.
Front door to hall.
Comfortable living/dining room with woodburner in large granite fireplace, beams, dining table/chairs, window seat and smart TV.
Kitchen (washing machine, microwave, fridge/freezer, electric cooker).
Upstairs, two bedrooms - a double (6' bed) with view over the village and en-suite shower room (suite) and a double (5' bed)).
Bathroom (suite, shower over bath).
An superb base for exploring Dartmoor and beyond or simply relaxing in a traditional Dartmoor village.
Sticklepath: popular village (two beautiful old pubs, PO/shop) in a valley on Dartmoor's northern edge,
neighbouring South Zeal, Belstone and South Tawton.
Superb walks on the
moor's highest part within 1 mile or so.
Okehampton (golf, leisure centre, cinema), 5 miles; Exeter, 20; sea/sandy beaches at
Teignmouth 23 miles, or Bude, 36 (fast roads).
About the location
Okehampton 5 miles.
The small village of Sticklepath lies along an old ridgeway path within the northern boundary of the Dartmoor National Park, and is home to a shop, two traditional pubs serving good food and the fascinating National Trust Museum of Rural Industry. Encompassed by superb countryside, the surrounding area is a haven for nature lovers, walkers and bird watchers alike, while the nearby town of Okehampton boasts the remains of a fine Norman castle which dominates sleepy River Okement. Visit the nearby vibrant city of Exeter, with its magnificent cathedral, outstanding restaurants and colourful nightlife. Within easy reach, the fabulous beach resort of Bude, with its golden sands and cascading waves attracts surfers from the country over, while Westward Ho! with its prestigious Blue Flag awarded beaches is well worth a visit. A superb location for friends and family alike.