Bentley is a wonderful former chauffer’s cottage, surrounded by woodland and perched next to the East branch of the Dart River.
This contemporary cottage offers a romantic bolt hole for a couple or a family looking to explore the great outdoors of the Dartmoor National Park.
After an action packed day, look forward to cosying up in front of a woodburning fire, resting within the elegantly presented sitting room.
During the warmer months, unwind within the conservatory area where you can enjoy surrounding views with a cooling beverage.
If you need a bit of quiet time away from the group why not head upstairs to the study?
The designated chef will be delighted with the stylish kitchen that awaits them, before gathering the rest of the group within the dining area to plan the days ahead.
As the evening comes to an end, make your way up the staircase, where you will find two well-presented bedrooms, one offering its very own charming bathroom.
Throw open the patio doors to discover the balcony area, where you can enjoy the soundtrack of the calling birds and the flowing river.
If you don't feel like cooking one evening, head to the Badgers Holt Restaurant and Tearooms, where you will find a superb dining menu, and a shop can be found within six miles for picking up any essentials.
If you are feeling active, you will find a wealth of walking routes to follow, including the Laughter Hole and Bellever Tor walks.
Alternatively, head to the larger town of Ashburton and the seaside resort of Torquay.
Bentley offers a quality stay within Devon.
Note: This property is bookable with ref: 975864, together they sleep eight guests in five bedrooms.
About the location
Ashburton 7.5 miles; Torquay 26.5 miles
Dartmeet is a charming village found at the heart of Dartmoor, Devon. This small village is where the branches of the River Dart meet, and many visitors choose to laze in the sunshine or take a dip in the shallow section of river. Here, you will also find the Badgers Holt Restaurant and Tearooms, Pixies Holt Outdoor Learning Centre and Pixieland, a charming garden filled with gnomes where children can enjoy a treasure hunt and the adults can relax or take a stroll around the garden. Furthermore, this area is a walker's paradise, with a selection of walks at your disposal, including Laughter Hole and Bellever Tor, which is a 6.7 mile, moderate walk with highlights including a series of stepping stones, clapper bridges and pretty villages. Further afield is the quaint town of Ashburton and the seaside resort of Torquay, which is located within an hour's drive.