With its ruin of a Norman castle being a huge attraction, Okehampton is the Gateway to Dartmoor from the North and was a settlement in the Bronze Age. There are many small unique shops to explore in Red Lion Yard.
Okehampton lies on the East and West Okement rivers and this is where it derives it’s name.
This town is the walking centre of Dartmoor, popular with cyclists, walkers and riders too, both out on the moor and on the Granite Way from Okehampton to Lydford Gorge, which is owned by the National Trust and really worth a visit.
Okehampton also has a station which occasionally runs steam trains and at Christmas a Polar Express! A great experience for all the family.
All accommodation is spacious and comfortable with great attention paid to detail to ensure your stay is a memorable one.Our bedrooms are spacious, light and comfortable with ensuite and walk in showe
In the heart of glorious Devon, fringe of Dartmoor, beautiful panoramic view of the National Park. Two idyllic country cottages, unique quiet & peaceful location, on the Tarka Trial & Cycleway 27