A gateway to Dartmoor, this compact but cosy one-bedroom cottage sits on the eastern border of the National Park. Find a modern space inside where you can curl up by the log-burner or dine al fresco in its enclosed garden.
It was once the entrance lodge to the Parke estate located just outside the lively market town of Bovey Tracey. It is located on the road between the town and the National Trust car park at Parke which means it’s the perfect location for exploring the countryside around Parke or for walking into the town for local shops and pubs. Take a short stroll around the estate’s garden, or a longer more strenuous walk through the woodlands and along the river to the medieval weir.
The Lodge is ideally placed for those who want to explore Devon’s national park and coast. The pretty seaside towns of Paignton, Brixham and Torquay can be reached within a 40-minute drive.
Heating: The cottage is heated by electric radiators with underfloor heating in the kitchen.
Parking: There is a hardstanding area next to the cottage.
Electric car charging: An electric car charging point is available.
Garden: There is an enclosed garden with picnic table.
Bathroom: The ceiling height in the bathroom is low and sloping, due to this restriction there is a bath with a telephone style shower attachment, but no shower.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.
Please note: This cottage is not suitable for babies or young children.