<p>&lsquo;A village with moor&rsquo; trills Belstone&rsquo;s own welcome committee, and while we may hear you groan at the humour, the village itself is nothing but charming.&nbsp; Nestled 1000 feet up on the northern edge of Dartmoor, above the Skaigh Valleyand the River Taw, Belstone is a little haven with just 250 inhabitants and a welcoming community.&nbsp; The village is part of the Dartmoor National Park and as such sheep and cattle are a natural part of the scenery.&nbsp; Holiday cottages in Belstone such as <a href="/holiday-cottages/moorlands-cottage/1356">Moorland&rsquo;s Cottage</a> is a wonderful opportunity for a family holiday in Belstone, a group holiday in Belstone or a couples&rsquo; holiday in Belstone whether it&rsquo;s summer or winter.&nbsp;</p> https://props.toadhallcottages.co.uk/s3images/regioninfo/THC/DSC_0052_ps_copy.jpg

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Puddaven Barn

Chagford, Dartmoor

4 Fri changeover

£431 - £1073

This stylish barn conversion enjoys the rustic exterior of a traditional Dartmoor building with all the benefits of a contemporary, light and airy interior.


Bothy

Spreyton, East Devon

2 Fri changeover

£319 - £770

£555 - £601

The Bothy is a romantic bolthole for couples and a dog. Nestled in stunning grounds, it's a perfect getaway located not far from Dartmoor.


£356 - £883

Moorlands Cottage boasts wonderful Dartmoor walks direct from its front door and is set within 10 acres of scenic grounds to the edge of Belstone.


£330 - £823

Steddaford Cottage is a welcoming and dog friendly retreat tucked away in the village of Sticklepath and just a stone’s throw from two country pubs. Perfect for couples, friends or families this cosy cottage with wood-burning stove is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding Dartmoor National Park.


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‘A village with moor’ trills Belstone’s own welcome committee, and while we may hear you groan at the humour, the village itself is nothing but charming.  Nestled 1000 feet up on the northern edge of Dartmoor, above the Skaigh Valleyand the River Taw, Belstone is a little haven with just 250 inhabitants and a welcoming community.  The village is part of the Dartmoor National Park and as such sheep and cattle are a natural part of the scenery.  Holiday cottages in Belstone such as Moorland’s Cottage is a wonderful opportunity for a family holiday in Belstone, a group holiday in Belstone or a couples’ holiday in Belstone whether it’s summer or winter. 

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