Church Stile Cottage

Located in Chagford, Devon

This Grade II listed cottage rests in Chagford, Devon and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.

  • Sleeps: 3
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Pet Friendly: 1


Church Stile Cottage is a Grade II listed cottage set in the heart of Chagford, Devon. Hosting two bedrooms, the cottage offers one double and one single, together sleeping three guests with a family shower room and cloakroom. Downstairs provides an open-plan kitchen/diner and a sitting room with an electric fire, making the perfect social hub for your holiday. Church Stile Cottage is a wonderful choice for a rural break to Devon.

Property Details

In the heart of the ancient Stannary town of Chagford, just off The Square is this stylish and completely refurbished Grade II Listed thatched granite cottage, offering a unique base from which to explore Dartmoor National Park. Church Stile Cottage was built around the 16th century and boasts masses of character, constantly echoing a simpler time with well-preserved original features like the granite fireplace, exposed oak beams and the rustic bread oven. From the cottage, long views towards Dartmoor hills and Castle Drogo can be seen through the ancient mullioned windows. Head inside past the stone benches and through the ancient latched door, and step onto the beautiful oak wood flooring of the sitting room, where a classic Chesterfield leather sofa and welcoming gas flame-effect wood burner awaits you. Decorated with much style and flair this is an incredibly welcoming room with lots of original artwork from local artists making it feel very homely. Two steps up to the kitchen/breakfast room, a neat but well and well-equipped kitchen. Stairs from the sitting room lead up to two pretty bedrooms where you can rest your head; choose from either the master double bedroom or the single bedroom, with antique furnishings complementing the property’s age and history very well, creating pleasant spaces to wind down in after a busy day. Freshen up in the most contemporary room of all; the sparkling shower room features a fitted shower cubicle along with a basin and WC, while on the ground floor there is a convenient cloakroom with a basin and WC as well. Begin exploring Chagford on foot, get to know the wide-ranging amenities the town has to offer. – cosy cafés, a deli, independent boutiques and lovely food shops all offering a host of local produce. Chagford boasts four traditional pubs each serving delicious food and local ales. Set off for walks in the surrounding landscapes. Being within the Dartmoor National Park means you can choose from many walks and routes, with something for all abilities, or head out on your bikes to discover things further afield. Walk up to the medieval-style Castle Drogo, a National Trust property, or take a wander along the River Teign. Church Stile Cottage is a step back in the past, so make some more wonderful memories here with your loved ones.


  • Electric heating with wood burner effect gas fire
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV, DVD player and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc in rent
  • Roadside parking on first come first served basis or in nearby car park
  • One well-behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Sorry no children under 14
  • Shop and pub
  • 01 miles


Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Pet Friendly
Pets Go Free



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Area Details


Set in the northern part of Dartmoor National Park, Chagford is a picturesque town that is surprisingly well provisioned, boasting four pubs and a wide range of shops. The River Teign runs through the town and you can go on a riverside walk to find the Fingle Bridge, a local beauty spot. With the largest open-air swimming pool in the south-west and public tennis courts, you can also enjoy your leisure time. Chagford holds music, literary and film festivals annually as well as regular exhibitions of paintings and poetry.

However, most people staying here are coming to wonder at the beauty of Dartmoor. With over 200 square miles of beautiful moorland to discover it is a rambler's dream dotted with historic sites such as Grimspound and dramatic scenery including the famous tors.

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