This property enjoys a quiet rural location on the owner’s farm,close to the town of Tavistock,which sits on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. The town itself is a fine example of an historic market town,with its shops,leisure centre,eateries,and theatre,making it a lovely place to spend a day wandering the streets which are lined with buildings made from local stone. Dartmoor National Park,the edge of which is just four miles from the property,offers stunning scenery,paths and cycle ways for all abilities,and a wealth of wildlife. Other attractions in the area include the National Trust properties of Buckland Abbey and Cothele,the city of Plymouth,and Morwhellam Quay.
This property is one-of-three on this 160-acre farm,and offers comfortable,quirky accommodation for adults only (babes in arms under six months are welcome). The property occupies the first floor of the farm’s roundhouse barn and is accessed by a flight of external stairs,which lead to the front door. Once inside,guests will love the rounded exposed stone walls in all of the rooms,as well as the sloping beamed ceilings,which give the property a unique charm. The lounge/diner,which occupies one half of the circular building,has window seats running all around the edge,allowing guests to enjoy views across the farm and the surrounding countryside,and there is also a small dining table,as well as comfortable sofa seating,and a TV,DVD,and hi-fi. The separate kitchen is equipped with everything that guests will need,including an electric oven,hob,microwave,fridge/freezer,and washing machine. The delightful bedroom is a lovely restful space,with a double bed. The properties bathroom offers a shower-over-bath and WC.
Outside,the property benefits from its own raised patio area with garden furniture,so that guests can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of their surroundings in privacy. In addition to this,guests have access to the spacious shared gardens. There is ample off-road parking adjacent to the property.