... whether you want to put your feet up or bring your walking boots!
We are pleased to say that we will be open for business again from 4th July, we are taking bookings for later this year and also for next year, until further notice we will be honouring this years prices for any bookings made for 2021
Moorview Holidays vs Covid 19
We would like to reassure you that in these uncertain times, if you book your holiday with us and then the government guidelines state that travel is no longer allowed then we will return in full any money which you have previously paid to us
Moorview Cottage is a granite built converted barn in a peaceful hamlet at the foot of White Tor on the western edge of Dartmoor. Moorview offers spacious and comfortable self catering holiday accommodation, there are three bedrooms, a king size bedroom, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, although there are six bed spaces to allow for flexible sleeping arrangements, we accept a maximum of 5 guests only. WiFi is available. The holiday cottage is open all year round and guests receive a warm welcome with a traditional Devon cream tea, cake or biscuits on arrival.
THE LOCAL AREA
If you are looking for an active holiday, you can walk directly onto the moors from Moorview Cottage and explore miles of beautiful moorland with Boulters Tor, White Tor and Stephen's Grave nearby. Locally there are some lovely riverside walks to enjoy. Horse riding and fishing are available close by. Moorview is less than 1 mile from the Sustrans 'Route 27' Cycle path, so don't forget to bring your bikes, or if you prefer cycle hire is available nearby or if you don't want to cycle you can walk or run instead.
For those looking for a more restful break, a walk around the historic market town of Tavistock may interest you, with its farmers market, a pannier market, boutique shops, beauty salons, bistros, pubs and cafes. Beyond Tavistock there are a great selection of Dartmoor pubs, towns and villages to explore. Due to the property's central location most of Devon and Cornwall is easily accessible by car.
Dartmoor National Park consists of 368 sq miles of wide open spaces, beautiful scenery and plenty of places to visit, Dartmoor Visitor Centre in Princetown is a great place to learn some interesting facts about Dartmoor.
National Trust Properties are dotted all around us, Lydford Gorge which is famous for its White lady Falls and is only 9 miles away, Cotehele Quay is situated on the River Tamar and has some lovely walks through the woods, a must in bluebell season
For garden lovers there are lots of lovely gardens to visit including The Garden House at Buckland Monachorum, Rosemoor at Great Torrington, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Eden Project, Trebah and many more.
We have two local golf courses, one in Tavistock and a more challenging course in Yelverton where non members can play a round or two.
Whatever your interests there is plenty for you to see and do.