The cosy sitting-room with its warming open fire.
The stunning top floor bedroom (bedroom 3).
A welcoming cup of tea and cake after a day out exploring the surrounding area.
Lovely deep sofas to snuggle into.
A blazing fire giving warmth on cooler evenings.
The mews street, Atlas Cottage is not shown, it is on the left at the entrance to the mews. The sitting-out area is down here on the right.
There's plenty of space for the four of you to relax and unwind.
The front door opens into the sitting-room, the door to the right is the cloakroom and to the left to the steep wooden staircase.
The Owners have an eclectic selection of pictures and prints.
You can study a map of Dartmoor and plan your trips out whilst haivng a cup of tea.
This interesting papier mache figure is above the fireplace.
The well-fitted kitchen with a cheery bright red blind at the window.
The kitchen/diner.
A vintage sytle radio in the kitchen.
The twin bedroom is on the first floor (this is bedroom 2).
Plenty of space for the kids, or grown ups if they prefer a bed each.
Shades of blue in bedroom 1 on the first floor.
Sparkling white linen is on all the beds. This is bedroom 1.
Fifties Devon posters on the landing.
Pretty fabric flowers in the ornamental fireplace in bedroom 2.
Step off the landing into the very spacious  master bedroom (bedroom 3).
This is the most amazing bedroom.
You can give yourself a holiday treat and have a lie in watching the wall-mounted TV.
What a gorgeous bedroom.

A pretty touch in the bathroom.
The modern bathroom on the top floor.
A bright modern bathroom is on the top floor.
The top floor landing.
Stairs from first to second floor.
The steep staircase up to the first floor.
The front of the cottage faces the outside street and you enter through the wooden gates into the mews, with the front door the first on the left.
Looking back to the entrance gates into the mews.
The front door.
The little sitting-out area in the mews, which is not private as other neighbours use the mews and also hang out washing occasionally!
The mews street, Atlas Cottage is not shown, it is on the left at the entrance to the mews. The sitting-out area is down here on the right.
Looking back to the entrance gates into the mews.

Atlas Cottage

2869

Buckfastleigh / Sleeps 4 + cot

7 Nights from £353 - £768

August 2017

A lovely cottage, but not for the tall, or those who want early nights! Great location near Dartmoor and not far from the south Devon coast.


June 2017

The Twin beds sqeaked every time u moved needs oiling

Reply from Classic Cottages

Thank you for your comments following your stay at Atlas Cottage and we were sorry to hear you found the beds a little squeaky. We'll certainly ask the owners to apply a little oil at the next changeover - thanks for letting us know. Bryony, Customer Support


December 2015

Lovely cottage in a good central location for a number of places to visit and nice walks. Would happily visit again.


October 2015

Beautifully presented cottage , a great relaxing break


October 2015

Very homely and surprisingly spacious for a compact cottage. Vey well equipped and presented.


September 2015

A beautifully furnished cottage with great attention to detail. The open fire is great to come back to after a day out. We loved the top bedroom. Buckfastleigh is in a good postion for visiting Dartmoor or further afield.

The fresh milk and cake provided was a thoughtful touch.


August 2015

The cottage was excellent and as described - the bedrooms were spacious and beautifully decorated. The cottage married the original period features with a well appointed kitchen allowing it to be a true holiday - dishwasher; washer and tumble dryer essentials if you don't want to "camp". The log fire was a lovely giving a cosy feel in the evening after a full day out and about. The digital radio was the icing on the cake a true home from home for us.


December 2014

A lovely cosy cottage - we enjoyed a wonderfully relaxing stay.


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