In the same family for 150 years, Grade II Listed Wringworthy Farm, mentioned in the Domesday Book, is set in a gorgeous spot in Dartmoor National Park. Dating back to the early 1500s, it was once the home of Sir Francis Drake's great niece, Elizabeth Drake, who lived there in the 17th Century with her husband, the local squire William Cake. Set in 75 acres of farmland with sheep grazing, Ida Cottage, Lena Cottage and Giles Cottage are all beautiful cottages named after family members. There are some splendid walks along the River Burn which borders one side of a large meadow and even a secret pool where you can paddle on summer days (do take care with children by the water).
Lena is just beautiful with a cosy sitting/dining-room, a wood-burner and under-floor heating which keeps the slate floors downstairs warm underfoot. A modern well-equipped kitchen...
Price per week £443 - £1019
Stunning can be an over-used term but Ida Cottage really lives up to the description. Under-floor heating throughout, toasty slate-flooring downstairs and oak-flooring upstairs, th...
Price per week £447 - £1397 *
* Includes 20% off for parties up to 4 + cot on selected dates. Bedroom 2 is excluded at the discounted rate.
Dogs go free on holidays starting between 29th June to 5th July.
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Giles Cottage is an exceptionally attractive detached cottage, set within the stunning grounds of Wringworthy Farm. Staying in this beautiful Grade II Listed cottage you are guaran...
Price per week £458 - £1430 *
* Includes 20% off for parties up to 4 + 2 cots on selected dates. The annexe is excluded at the discounted rate.