Campsites on Dartmoor
Dartmoor has plenty to offer and is best known for its stunning National Park which is a walker’s paradise where you can spot the wild Dartmoor ponies. You may wish to visit the Haytor Rocks, or explore the magical Wistman’s Wood, the Two Moors Way is great for those who like a challenge, or try climbing up one of Dartmoor’s famous tors such as Crocken or Brent Tors.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional bed and breakfast, a hotel, a Dartmoor Inn, a self-catering holiday cottage, camping and caravan site or Youth Hostel, this is the place to find the best holiday accommodation in Dartmoor National Park in Devon, the least spoilt area in the UK.
Whether exploring the moor on foot or by bike, Duchy House is perfectly located to discover all that this magnificent and varied landscape has to offer; from imposing granite tors, dramatic valleys and rivers, to ancient woodlands and the unspoilt open moor where Dartmoor ponies roam free. Located in the centre of Princetown, Duchy House has five en-suite rooms, and is a two-minute walk from the village pubs, cafes and shops.
Harford Bridge Park
Camping, touring and holiday accommodation
Higher Venton Farm
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Higher Venton Farm – a 16th Century thatched Devon longhouse nestling in the green, unspoilt countryside of the Dartmoor National Park just half a mile from the picturesque village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor.
Independent Hostel Guide
Independent Hostels offer ideal accommodation for groups, families and individuals involved in outdoor activities and independent travel. They have private rooms, flexible lengths of stay and self catering kitchens designed for groups.
Telephone: 01629 580427
A quality, spacious granite barn set in 2 acres with gorgeous views of Dartmoor. Ideally situated for the moors and Cornwall. The barn is beautifully fitted and will suited those looking to relax. We have a separate outside boot/drying room. Children very welcome.
Address: Outskirts of Lydford
The Bedford Hotel, Tavistock
Comfy and individually styled rooms, some with luxurious four poster beds and spa baths, and many with views over the town, or the church and its leafy grounds. Contemporary facilities combined with historic charm at The Bedford Hotel, capturing the spirit of a traditional and welcoming hotel in the heart of Tavistock.
Located at the heart of the Dartmoor National Park between Postbridge and Two Bridges, The Cherrybrook is an ideal base to explore Dartmoor for walkers, cyclists or by car.
The Ramblers’ Rest Guest House
The Ramblers’ Rest is a guesthouse in what was The Railway Inn, an 18th Century former hotel and public house in the centre of Princetown. Our self-catering accommodation concept was born around new safety protocols necessary in a global pandemic and designed around our challenging English weather, and the practicalities for accommodation for walkers and cyclists.