TAKE A HIKE
HAVE A PUB LUNCH
Blow away the cobwebs with a hike through epic moors, forested glades, leafy riversides, or the iconic South West Coastal path.
STOCK UP ON DEVON PRODUCE
A pub roast is an essential part of any British countryside break, and you’re never far from a good one in Devon.
Top of our list is Chagford, which has a fabulous delicatessan selling West Country produce, farm dairy, organic fruit and vegetable shop, wine merchants, baker and high-welfare butcher.
BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE
Bronze Age hut circles, Norman castles, Benedictine abbeys and macabre museums - here’s our guide to Devon’s top attractions.
TAKE A ROAD TRIP
Moorland View is an hour's drive from Devon's finest sugar-white sandy beaches. Skim stones, take a bracing dip, have a picnic or eat fish and chips by the sea.
BE PAMPERED IN A CASTLE
Drive into the Dartmoor wilderness to see Bronze Age hut circles, fairytale castles, mystical woodlands, thatched moorland villages and wild horses
As a guest of Moorland View, you have complimentary membership of Bovey Castle, with free use of the pool, spa, sauna and sports facilities, and generous discounts.
INDULGE IN A CREAM TEA
With clear dark nights, Dartmoor is a fantastic place to view the night sky, with the Milky Way often clearly visible.
EAT IN A MICHELIN-STARRED RESTAURANT
Just-baked scones, gooey clotted cream and lashings of strawberry jam - no holiday in Devon is complete without a traditional cream tea. We pick our favourite cream teas on Dartmoor.
Gidieigh Park is grand Michelin-starred Tudor-style country manor hotel, set in 107 acres of Dartmoor woodland, with a 10-course tasting menu and whopping 50-page wine list.