Located in Okehampton, Devon
Tor View is a sweet end-terrace cottage in Meldon near Sourton Down, Devon and can sleep three people in two bedrooms and is pet-friendly.
- Sleeps: 3
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
Tor View is a charming end-terrace cottage resting in Meldon near Sourton Down, Devon. Hosting two bedrooms, including a king-size and a single, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep three guests. There is also a kitchen/diner and a sitting room with countryside views. Outside there is off-road parking for one car, and a rear garden with a patio and furniture. Tor View is a great base for a small family to enjoy the Devon countryside.
Resting in the lovely countryside of Meldon is this delightful end-terrace cottage, Tor View. Complimented with beautiful views, this sweet spot resting on the edge of Dartmoor National Park is a great setting for a couple or small family to enjoy Devon.
You enter the property into a welcoming sitting room where you can relax after a long day and watch your favourite programmes if you can take your eyes off the admirable views. Moving into the kitchen/diner, there is a smart dining table where you can enjoy an evening meal rustled up by the dedicated chef, or use the kitchen facilities to prepare a picnic and find a sweet spot in the countryside. Heading upstairs, there is a superb king-size bedroom with beautiful views, an idyllic feature fireplace and ample storage for you to unpack. There is also a colourful single room, great for children, and a bathroom so you can rejuvenate with a bath or freshen up with a shower.
Outside, there is off-road parking for one car and to the rear, there is a patio and a picnic bench to enjoy a glass of wine under the stars, and further communal gardens as well as a handy utility and cool games room.
For a great trip to Devon, and a sweet countryside spot, choose Tor View.
- Electric heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice-box, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer
- TV, DVD player, Wifi, pool table, football table
- Fuel and power are included in rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in rent
- Travel cot and highchair available on request
- Off-road parking for one car
- Communal garden area with patio and furniture
- One well behaved dog is welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop just under 1½ miles, pub 1 mile
- Note: The utility room with a washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer is shared with the other cottages
- Note: There are free-range chickens on-site, dogs will need to be kept on the lead on grounds
Fourwinds Cottages is made up of three lovely terraced cottages, which offer a communal games room, a communal utility with washing machine and tumble dryer, off-road parking, and communal rear gardens which have lovely flowers as well patio space with furniture. The cottages are based in the countryside village of Meldon which is on the edge of Dartmoor National Park and is home to a picturesque quarry, a large viaduct and reservoir which each offer scenic spots for a picnic or a stroll. Take a short drive into Sourton Down where you can enjoy an evening out at The Pump & Pedal pub, hire a bike, or grab any essentials you need from the shell garage. Nearby is the town of Okehampton which offers tours of a medieval castle, as well as great walking paths and picnic spots with pretty flowers around the castle gardens. In Okehampton, there is also a golf club, a train station with good access to other parts of Devon, ample shops, bars and eateries for when you fancy an evening out, and the Museum of Dartmoor Life which is a popular spot set in a quaint 19th-century mill. If you're looking for an adventure, plan a walk around the Black-a-Tor hiking area or head to the National Trust Lydford Gorge which offers woodlands trails and a 30-meter waterfall. Fourwinds Cottages are each an ideal base for exploring the beauty of this part of Devon.
Okehampton is centrally located and lies on the northern border of Dartmoor National Park. This market town is perfect for those looking to escape to the outdoors and is known as the walking centre of Devon. Enjoy the area on foot, by horseback or on a bike and discover the beautiful countryside the area has to offer. The Granite Way is a walking and cycle route that is pretty level, can be travelled along in a day (18 miles in length) and you will be rewarded with the Lydford Gorge and its waterfall at the end of the trail. Okehampton Castle is the remains of the largest castle in Devon dating back to Norman times and has a rich history. There are over 40 places to eat out and there is a good selection of shops making this an excellent place to base yourself to explore the area.