This perfect rural idyll has everything to offer guests who are seeking to explore Devon from the comfort of an exemplary home-from-home base, with a glorious hot tub to recharge in at the end of the day. Moorhayes used to be an old barn and has been thoughtfully converted, retaining character along with creating a feeling of space and luxury.
The open plan living-room has travertine tiles, under-floor heating, Laura Ashley sofas, a wood-burner, an exceptional kitchen and full length, bi-fold doors; these open onto the patio and enclosed garden, a wonderful space to be, come rain or shine – it is just like an infinity garden!
Bring along your wine and books and be assured that the peaceful location and comfort of this stunning detached retreat will be all you need to recharge those batteries.
Easy to reach and yet off the beaten track, Moorhayes is just outside the little hamlet of Broadwoodkelly. From the country roads in this area you will get tempting glimpses of the high ground of the Dartmoor National Park with snow on the top of the dramatic granite Tors in the winter and great expanses of purple heather and yellow gorse through the spring and into the summer.
Visit the National Trust’s Castle Drogo at Drewsteignton for some culture and then set off across the moors for an adventure away from everyone else. Although set in mid-Devon, from this cottage it is a straightforward drive up to the north Devon coast where you will find miles of wide sandy surfing beaches.
If you decide to set off on foot, there is a network of local footpaths and country lanes to follow through this lovely unspoilt countryside. Pack yourselves a picnic and leave the car parked up.
Utility-room with washing machine, WC and wash-basin
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV with Freeview plus, DVD player, iPod dock, Bluetooth speaker and wood-burner. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with super-king double bed (6') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' bed (super-king or twin) beds
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Please note this property accepts dogs from 2nd October 2021 only. Please note the charging of electric vehicles is not permitted at this property. However there are a number of charging points locally.
- Dogs welcome
- Cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 3.5 miles
- Picnic table
- Full under-floor heating
Moorhayes stands alone so your privacy is assured.
A great kitchen perfect for preparing culinary treats.
The open plan living-room is a fantastic room for all to enjoy.
The romantic, large and spacious master bedroom boasts an en suite shower-room along with a 6' bed (Bedroom 1).
Enjoy the wonderful hot tub on the patio directly outside the barn.
The light and airy kitchen diner has fabulous bi-fold doors.
Under floor heating will warm your toes at any time of year.
The lovely kitchen.
Cook up a feast.
Time for lunch.
Cooking is a pleasure in this kitchen.
Sociable times in the kitchen diner.
Snuggle up in front of the wood burner.
Comfy sofas and chairs.
The master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and oak floors (Bedroom 1).
Breakfast in bed anyone?
Listen to the birdsong in the surrounding countryside.
Luxury bed linens and breakfast in bed, perfect.
The lovely window seat where you can sit and ponder.
The en-suite shower room to bedroom 1.
The well equipped shower room.
The walk-in shower.
Shower in style.
Spacious bedroom 2.
With a zip and link bed, bedroom 2 can be made up as a twin or double.
Comfy bedroom 2.
Plenty of reading material to choose from.
The luxury bathroom.
The large bathroom with shower bath.
Peaceful countryside surrounds Moorhayes.
The hot tub on the patio invites you to relax and re-charge.
Welcome to Moorhayes.
Head to St Michael's Church near Tavistock to find this uniquely located church.
Don't forget to pack the walking boots with Dartmoor on the doorstep.
Nearby Lydford Gorge