This charming, traditional Grade II Listed cottage is situated in the heart of Dartmoor, in Widecombe-in-the-Moor, an ideal location for exploring the delights of this magnificent National Park. Don your walking boots, pack a raincoat and head out on a new adventure every day. Whichever direction you roam, there are the most glorious uninterrupted views of the majestic tors and rolling hills. This dog-friendly retreat has been lovingly furnished, ensuring the homely and comfortable feeling of this cottage hits you the moment you walk in; from the warming electric Aga to the wood-burner set in the charming granite inglenook fireplace. Returning home after a day on the moors is a real treat. There is a good-sized garden with a lawn, an ornamental pond and a small stream that runs down one side, a perfect setting for enjoying a drink and al fresco dining. A discreet outside WC is attached to the cottage. There are wonderful views from the garden which is fully enclosed and private. The cottage is only a short walk from the charming village green, adjacent to the landmark church and a favourite place for ponies to graze. There is a National Trust building (Church House) and shop, two excellent pub restaurants, two tea-rooms, a Post Office selling basic provisions and a working forge.