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8 Dartmoor Hotels and Guest Houses

The Moorland Hotel

3 stars

18.5 miles from Dartmoor

Wotter, Shaugh Prior, Dartmoor, PL7 5HP · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1752 839228

Score 8.8 from 278 reviews

Single from: £42.00

Double from: £42.00

per room per night

The East Dart Hotel


6.3 miles from Dartmoor

Postbridge, Dartmoor, PL20 6TJ · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1822 880209

Score 8.3 from 141 reviews

Single from: £40.00

Double from: £40.00

per room per night

Ilsington Country House Hotel & Spa

3 stars

8.4 miles from Dartmoor

Ilslington Village, Nr Newton Abbot, Dartmoor, TQ13 9RR · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1364 661452

Score 8.5 from 59 reviews

Single from: £105.00

Double from: £105.00

per room per night

The Rosemont

4 stars

16.7 miles from Dartmoor

Greenbank Ter, Yelverton, Dartmoor, PL20 6DR · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1822 852175

Score 9.2 from 75 reviews

Single from: £60.00

Double from: £60.00

per room per night

Two Bridges Hotel

3 stars

9.9 miles from Dartmoor

Two Bridges, Dartmoor, PL20 6SW · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1822 890581

Score 8.8 from 193 reviews

Single from: £81.00

Double from: £81.00

per room per night

The White Hart Hotel

3 stars

3 miles from Dartmoor

Station Rd, Moretonhampstead, Dartmoor, TQ13 8NQ · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1647 441340

Score 9.1 from 224 reviews

Single from: £65.00

Double from: £65.00

per room per night

Lydford Country House

4 stars

11.8 miles from Dartmoor

Dartmoor, EX20 4AU · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1822 820347

Score 9 from 182 reviews

Single from: £87.00

Double from: £87.00

per room per night

The historical moorland of Dartmoor is part of 954 square kilometers of National Park located in Devon. Thanks to its many interesting geographical sites Dartmoor has become a favorite place of visitors. Dartmoor and the National Park are considered to be one of the top natural wonders in Southwest England. It contains tors, rivers, and bogs which have led to some interesting myths.

Dartmoor's expanse and beauty are the main things that draw people to this national park. Thanks to its varied terrain Dartmoor is perfect for those who are interested in hiking. Many of the routes are busy during the summer months. One of the thing that gets most visitors is the fact that the weather, in particular the mist, can change without warning. It is a good idea to keep a map, compass, whistle with you if you should decide to venture off the roads and paths that traverse the moor. It's also a good idea to ensure you wear appropriate clothing when you are out and about.

For those who want to walk and not necessarily hike the moors of Dartmoor then you might want to enjoy one of the national Park's walks. There is the easy-going stroll, which is a short walk and a gentle pace that can last up to two hours, if you enjoy the full walk. This stroll has many different locations it starts from and tries to be accommodating to even the least mobile visitor. There is a stroll which is also an easy pace walk that can last up to two hours, however it is more brisk than the stroll and might not be able to accommodate more immobile walkers. A regular walk is not necessarily for the faint of heart. The time frame for these groups can vary depending on the group and weather condition and it covers much more ground and different types of terrains, but is an excellent way to see the moors.

With all the outdoor activities to enjoy in Dartmoor it's no surprise that visitors come from all over to visit the beautiful countryside. But the beauty and landmarks are not the only thing that attracts people. Dartmoor is filled with many myths and legends. There are some that say it is the area for pixies, others claim it is home to a headless horseman, But one of the legends that made it even more popular was the large black spectral dog. This legend lent itself to the 1902 masterpiece The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Set on the moors of Dartmoor Conan Doyle weaves a tale that only his super sleuth Holmes can solve. Dartmoors ever changing weather conditions, isolated landscapes and of course it's spooky spectral legend make for the perfect place for a mystery. Holmes enthusiasts can enjoy touring the area that inspired one of Conan Doyle's greatest works.

Dartmoor is home to many small towns and villages that visitors can stay and shop in. It is also home to a wide variety of natural sites for visitors to enjoy.

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