The Threshing Barn Cottage, Okehampton, Dartmoor National Park

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The Threshing Barn Cottage, Okehampton, Dartmoor National Park

Why stay in this location and cottage?

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To help you choose The Threshing Barn Cottage for its location, we've listed some of the local attractions below. Cherry pick for a short break. Try to visit all if you're on holiday in Dartmoor.



Follow the narrow lane south, cross over the A30 and you'll come to Belstone. The views are sublime.


Belstone Cleave and West Cleave

Dartmoor is known for its moors and tors. Less well known are the remarkable wooded valleys that are cut by rivers flowing fast from the high ground. Explore Belstone Cleave and West Cleave on the Tarka Trail/Two Museum Walk.


National Trust properties

One of the museums on the Two Museums Walk is the National Trust's Finch Foundry (National Trust). In the Dartmoor area, also visit the National Trust's Castle Drogo (National Trust) and Lydford Gorge (National Trust).


Museum of Dartmoor Life and Okehampton Castle

The other museum on the Two Museum Walk is Okehampton's Museum of Dartmoor Life. Whilst you are there, pop across to English Heritage's Okehampton Castle (English Heritage).


Dartmoor's prehistory

Dartmoor's is internationally famous for its prehistory. See the Nine Maidens Stone Circle and Cosdon (The Cemetery) Stone Row.


The Granite Way

Bring your bikes and ride the Granite Way. This starts/ends in Okehampton near the cottage.


Horse riding

There are a number of stables on the edge of the north moor near the cottage. Dartmoor Horse Riding on Dartmoor is a superb experience.


The only two mountains in southern England

Summit the only two mountains in southern England, High Willhays and Yes Tor.



Given that the cottage is so close to the A30, head east to Exeter for a day trip.


Cornwall and the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Or head west and south west to Cornwall and the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It takes about 45 minutes to get to the massive low tide sand beach at Bude. The Tamar Valley is home to a section of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


They say: 'This truly exceptional 14th century barn, now beautifully converted and offering great views and a well appointed interior, sits on the northern fringes of Dartmoor National Park, for walking, riding and picnicking in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Granite tors, sparking streams and picturesque villages with quaint pubs are just some of Dartmoor’s charms, whilst just 3 miles away, the market town of Okehampton boasts golf, swimming, tennis and cinema. Castle Drogo (N.T.) is within easy reach as is sailing on Roadford Lake (10 miles), and good day trips to Bude (32 miles) and the cathedral city of Exeter (23 miles). Pub serving food in Belstone (1.5 miles), shops/P.O. are 2 miles. Seven steps upto entrance. Spacious open plan sitting room with dining area and kitchen with wood burning cooker. Wet room/WC. First floor: Double bedroom with four poster bed and sitting area with french doors to balcony.' View availability and read more.

Address Middle Corscombe Farm
EX20 1SD
Telephone -
Area More information on Okehampton
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms Unknown
Pricing £301 - £582 Per Week
Pets No
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