The Hayloft

Moretonhampstead, Dartmoor National Park, Devon
H521
Price: £429-£699 per week
Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
  • Skilful conversion of a traditional farm building in the Dartmoor National Park
  • Rural, tranquil setting yet within walking distance of Moretonhampstead
  • Exclusive use of a wildflower meadow with shepherds hut
  • High spec accommodation with wonderful vaulted ceilings
  • Woodburner
  • WiFi broadband
  • Sorry no pets or children U.14
  • Non-smoking

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Booking

The price for your stay will be £368

Introduction

Close to the charming moorland town of Moretonhampstead yet in a completely rural and tranquil setting, The Hayloft is a delightful conversion of a traditional farm building. With advice from English Heritage the owner has achieved a sensitive and skilful result. Its location is perfect for easy access to all that Dartmoor has to offer – an almost endless choice of wonderful walks through wooded valleys with rivers and streams, up lofty granite tors with panoramic views, or around beautifully-sited reservoirs. All outdoor activities are catered for; cycling, canoeing, riding and exceptional fly-fishing on the Dart and Teign rivers. Further afield are sleepy villages, many historic houses and castles (Cotehele on the Tamar and nearby Castle Drogo, both National Trust, are particularly fine); while the cities of Exeter and Plymouth, as well as both north and south Devon coastlines are easy destinations for a day out.

Forming one side of a gravelled courtyard, The Hayloft has all its accommodation at 1st floor level accessed from a very attractive, ground floor entrance hallway. The open-plan living and sleeping areas have wonderful vaulted, beamed ceilings creating a tremendous feeling of light and space. Carefully chosen furnishings, fabrics and paint colours combined with atmospheric lighting all contribute towards making this a very special place to stay.

Accommodation

Entrance from courtyard into a welcoming ground floor hall. Stairs lead directly into a very large bedroom on upper floor with kingsize double bed, portable screen for additional privacy and 3’ daybed for alternative sleeping. En suite, very smart bathroom/wc with separate shower cubicle and ‘rain’ showerhead. Opening from bedroom area (three steps down) to a huge, open-plan living room. Sitting area with woodburner and two rocking chairs; separate TV area with additional sofas. Well-planned L-shaped fitted kitchen at the far end of the room with electric cooker and 4-ring inset halogen hob. Dining area overlooking the courtyard below.

Outside, just beyond the courtyard gate, guests have exclusive use of a lovely meadow with a profusion of wild flowers – primroses, cowslips, ox-eye daises according to season - and an original shepherd’s hut at the far end – just perfect for that evening gin and tonic. The meadow overlooks a shallow valley with fine long-distance views to Haytor Rocks.

Services

  • Woodburner
  • Gas central heating
  • First basket of logs, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels & welcome pack included in rent
  • Flat screen TV and DVD
  • WiFi broadband
  • Ipod dock
  • Microwave
  • Parking for two cars in courtyard
  • Pub, shops & PO in Moretonhampstead a few minutes’ walk
  • Sorry no pets
  • No children under 14
  • Non-smokers only

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