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Brentor Heights at Wortha Farm is a 3 bedroom holiday apartment forming a quarter of the owner’s Regency-style detached house and shares a large patio and lawn to the front of the house. Once inside, this holiday apartment offers a sumptuous interior with oak flooring throughout the ground floor, high ceilings, a huge feature granite fireplace with woodburner and French doors opening onto the patio. Upstairs the master bedroom has French doors with a Juliet balcony and again open to the view across the valley to Brentor.

Lower Brentor View is a converted stone holiday cottage in an idyllic location with the most stunning views to the tiny chapel atop Brentor. Offering one double room, and an additional sofa bed for a child, it is situated at the end of the driveway with no passing traffic or pedestrians – it is truly an escape from reality.

Set in 40 acres of Dartmoor National Park, holiday visitors are welcome to explore at their leisure and meet the sheep, Dartmoor ponies and wildlife. For more walking there is no need to take the car; there are endless walks from your doorstep.

The historic market town of Tavistock is just 10 minutes away, where there is a fabulous pannier and farmers' market. Head across the moorland towards Okehampton, or visit the natural waterfalls at Lydford Gorge, before heading to the north Devon and north Cornwall coastline.

Alternativly head south to the famous maritime port of Plymouth, 30 minutes by car, or explore the beaches, fishing ports and coastal walks of south Devon and Cornwall. The cathedral city of Exeter is just 45 minutes by car.

Children welcome. We are dog friendly.

Phil Pearson, Wortha Farm, Brentor, Tavistock, PL19 0LN    Tel: 01822 810711
Last updated 11th September 2012
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