Located in Lydford, Devon
This smart and stylish pet-friendly apartment is in 20 acres and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
The Linhay is a smart apartment one mile from the pretty village of Lydford.The Linhay can sleep two people in one double bedroom and has an open-plan living area with wood burning stove and great moorland views, kitchen and dining area. There is also a smart bathroom with roll top bath. Outside you have access to 20 acres of fields, woodland and lake, a small enclosed patio with furniture and parking for two cars. Located in one of the most scenic parts of Dartmoor, The Linhay is an excellent place for walking, cycling or relaxing.
At the end of a private drive on a smallholding in a hidden Dartmoor valley is The Linhay. This very comfortable apartment has direct access to the moor and great views towards Brentor church and Dartmoor's highest tors. Inside is bright, modern and easy. Fifteen steps lead to the entrance via big French windows to the open-plan living area where you can sit in front of the wood burner, on a comfortable sofa and admire the views of the moor and valley. The very pretty double bedroom has a king-size bed adjoins a lavish bathroom with a roll-top bath and separate shower. You're welcome to wander the surrounding 20 acres of field, woodland and lakes, and there's a small enclosed patio garden with furniture for your own private use. The Linhay is a really great base within easy reach of the most dramatic Dartmoor tors. 1½ miles from Lydford, with its spectacular gorge and 3 miles from Brentor, the scenery here is breathtaking. For the sporty among you, you can walk or cycle along the Granite Way, or Roadford Lake offers an array of water sports. For a more relaxed turn of pace the beaches of south Devon are within a 30 minute drive.
Lying on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park, Lydford is set in simply stunning surroundings perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors, the countryside and wildlife. To the north of the village the high tors come down to the village edge, the River Lyd to the south and Lydford Gorge with woodland walks and White Lady waterfall a walk away. The village itself has a post office, The Castle Inn and the Lydford House Restaurant with many additional choices in the surrounding villages. Visit Lydford Castle, run by the English Heritage and full of history or discover the area on horseback at Cholwell Riding Stables.