Mr Arnold September 2018
Ned's is a delightful little cottage for two and an ideal base for exploring the east side of Dartmoor. The owner, Andy, could not have been more welcoming - indeed all the villagers we met in Widecombe were equally warm and friendly. Ned's is most suitable for those who, like us, love to hear the sound of sheep early in the morning - no need for an alarm clock with their regular arrival in the village each day!
Mr Lindsay August 2018
The Old Inn next door to Ned's is a good pub with good food and staff Excellent pasties and other food are available from the small outlet outside the cottage as well as the cafes in the village
Miss Chillingworth June 2018
Lovely holiday. The perfect getaway for us and the dog. The owner was really friendly and gave great ideas on walks. Thanks so much!
Ms Palmer December 2017
This cottage is not suitable for companion dogs. Your dog is not allowed in the living area with you.
Reply from Classic Cottages
We are sorry that this property didn't meet your requirements. We do ask that dogs are not allowed on the furniture or in the bedrooms, but they are allowed in the living areas. We appreciate in a reversed level open plan cottage such as this, it can present some challenges. The owner was sorry that you hadn't raised this with him during your stay so that he could help to find a solution for you. Tanya, Customer Support
Mr Palmer October 2017
A great property, close proximity to local pubs and shops and easy access to Dartmoor walks.
Mrs Swindell August 2017
Great location, friendly owner and lovely little retreat for two (+ dog!)
Ms Waugh July 2017
The property is small and perfectly formed. It suits us so well and the owner is just charming. The cottage is in the centre of Widecombe and is an excellent site for exploring Dartmoor.
Mrs Noble July 2017
Idyllic, tranquil ..great walks and views ...ideal for dog owners/walkers with great food on your doorstep..
Mrs Pascoe June 2017
Ned's was the perfect little bolthole for our weekend away. The location in the centre of popular Widecombe is perfect - two pubs and two lovely cafes within an easy walk (definitely try the Rugglestone Inn just down the hill) and views over the green. It's so peaceful in the evenings and early mornings, only a few ponies, cows or sheep passing through. The courtyard was a lovely little private suntrap - we were blessed with true 'flaming June' weather and it was idyllic sitting outside with a glass of something cold! There are many walks to enjoy from the village itself, and it's very easy to jump in the car to go a little further afield. Andy the Owner was most hospitable and charming, and we can't wait to return.
Mr Clewley March 2017
Ned's is an ideal 'away from it all' retreat. Small but cosy, well equipped and furnished to a high standard. It's location in the village is great for the two pubs and one can walk out straight on to the moors.
Mr Mehmood October 2016
A lovely little place - our stay was brilliant and we'll be back again soon!
Mr Gudge September 2016
This is a delightful little cottage, at the heart of Widecombe. We (myself, wife and Jack Russell) stayed for 4 nights and found the accommodation very comfortable. A great place to start a moor walk or just chill out and people watch.
Mrs Moffatt August 2016
Ideally placed in the village with own car parking spot. Two good pubs in the village and a local shop serving papers, milk etc. The cottage is a pleasing mixture of quaint and boutique.
Mr Evans July 2016
Ned's is a compact, charming 'cottage'. Perfect for a couple with a dog. It is situated in pretty Widecombe which has easy access to good walks on the moor.
Mrs Hobbs April 2016
An excellent and comfortable little property. The owner very pleasant and helpful and lives next door.
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