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Wooder Manor

Ref: dem2029
Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Devon
Multiple Properties

Contact: Angela Bell

Nr. Newton Abbot,
Devon TQ13 7TR

Changeover: Flexible
Open: All Year.

Short breaks available
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Number of properties: 5
Smallest property sleeps: 4
Largest property sleeps: 6
Maximum group number: 24

Special offers

£330 Thu 29th Mar to Sat 31st Mar   3 nights   For Weekly Breaks Call Angela on 01364 621391
£400 Thu 29th Mar to Sun 1st Apr   4 nights   For Weekly Breaks Call Angela on 01364 621391
£460 Sat 31st Mar to Sat 7th Apr   7 nights   For Short Breaks Call Angela on 01364 621391
£520 Sat 31st Mar to Sat 7th Apr   7 nights   For Short Breaks Call Angela on 01364 621391
Pets welcome
Children Welcome
No smoking
Easy access
Wheelchair access
Internet Access
Riding Nearby
Fishing Nearby
Open Fire
Pub within a mile and a half Pub Nearby
Cottages in or near a National Park National Park

5 holiday lets sleeping from 4 to 6

Wooder Manor nestles in a picturesque valley in the environmentally sensitive area of the Dartmoor National Park and is only a level 0.5 mile from the world famous Widecombe-in-the Moor village. Widecombe Fair dating back to 1850 still takes place every year.

Wooder Manor is surrounded by unspoilt woodland, moors and granite tors and is the perfect antedote to the stress of modern life. Walkers are spoilt for choice with walks to suit everyone starting from the doorstep from a leisurely stroll to a hike on the moor. The Dartmoor National Park also organise guided walks.

The cottages sleep 1-6, are clean and very well equipped. Central heating, colour TV / DVD, fridge / freezers, electric cookers, microwaves. Laundry room. Gardens and easy off-road parking.

Wooder Manor is an ideal central location for touring Devon and exploring Dartmoor by foot or on horseback (stables 1 mile), and there are also good opportunities for painting, birdwatching, fishing, golfing, cycling, canoeing, rock climbing and letter boxing. A lot of our visitors take a keen interest in the local archaeology. Dartmoor is rich in prehistoric remains with the nearby medieval settlements at Hound Tor and Grimspound being very good examples and at nearby Haytor the granite tramway is still clearly visible. Our guests also enjoy the many legends and folklore for which Dartmoor is renowned "Jay's grave, hairy hands, the Hounds of the Baskervilles".

Places to visit include National Trust properties at Castle Drogo, Buckland Abbey, Lydford Gorge and Saltram House. There are a good variety of attractions to suit all the family including Woodlands Leisure Park, Pennywell Farm, Miniature Pony Centre, Dart Valley Railway Steam Train, Becky Falls. Widecombe-in-the-Moor has a Church known as the Cathedral of the Moor, Post Office/General Stores, National Trust Information Centre and gift shop, Tennis Court with play area, Riding Stables, Wayside Café, The Green Café, The Old Inn and The Rugglestone Inn (real ale).

Wooder Manor is open all year with short breaks available out of the peak weeks. Two of the properties are on the ground floor with level access and parking. Lower Chinkwell and Lower Hameldown (wheel-in shower).

Colour brochure available.


Price information

Sleeps 1-4 From £350

Sleeps 1-6 From £380

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