Dartmoor 13 is a fantastic detached lodge, resting on the peaceful Honicombe Manor Holiday in village in Callington, Cornwall.
Spanning two-storeys and sleeping up to eight guests, Dartmoor 13 is the perfect tourist base for a family break for those wanting to explore all Callington and its surrounding areas have to offer.
Drop your car at the convenient on-site car park, before stepping into the property to begin your relaxing holiday.
Prepare an array of home-made treats for the family in the well-equipped kitchen, before settling down to enjoy at the dining table as you toast to a wonderful family holiday.
Retire to the modern sitting-room and snuggle into the large corner sofa and unwind in front of your favourite series on the Smart TV.
As the evening grows darker, prepare for a new day in one of four bedrooms, on the ground-floor there is the option of a beautifully decorated double or twin, with a conveniently located shower room, ideal for those with mobility issues.
Head upstairs where you will discover a further two bedrooms a king-size and twin, providing flexible sleeping quarters for all guests, along with a contemporary bathroom for enjoying a long soak after a day of adventure.
Take your dining experience outdoors and enjoy a freshly prepared meal out on the private patio area.
Don’t forget to visit the on-site amenities where you can workout in the fitness suite, watch your children play in the play area, try your hand at tennis or go for a swim in the indoor or outdoor pool.
The quaint town of Callington is perfectly located in the beautiful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tamar Valley, and is famed for its rich mining history stemming from the 19th century.
Callington has much to offer the many tourists that visit its streets year after year, from the quaint shops and tea-rooms offering the famous Cornish tea, as well as the Ginster’s Cornish pasty which is a must try in its homeland.
For a brief insight into Callington’s history, visit the The Callington Mural Project, which depicts Callington’s heritage and was created by professional and local artists.
Enrich your knowledge with a trip to the remarkable 15th century building of St Mary’s Church and visit the churchyard to view the tombs of the historical families of Callington and the Celtic Lantern Cross.
Ensure you make a stop to the annual Honey Fair if you are visiting in October, held on the first Wednesday, it hosts exhibitions, stalls, entertainers and delightful local treats.
For those who want to immerse themselves in the outdoors, take a hike up Kit Hill, the highest points in the area which provides exceptional panoramic views over Callington and its surrounding areas.
Venture out to the bustling market town of Tavistock, which is less than a twenty minute drive, and experience its well-known Pannier Market which boasts a wide selection of local traders selling goods and local produce, it is held every Tuesday-Saturday so there is plenty of time for you to pick up a souvenir.
Venture towards the cost and settle for the afternoon in Launceston where you can indulge in a spot of retail therapy or visit the wonderful Lawrence House Museum which is set in a stunning Georgian House which dates back to 1753.
If you’re looking for a family getaway which has something for everyone, choose Dartmoor 13.