Accommodation in the Buckfastleigh Area
Bed and Breakfast
- Lurgecombe Farm B&B
A small B&B providing farmhouse accommodation on the southern edge of the beautiful Dartmoor National Park, near Ashburton. Get the best of both worlds – the peace and tranquility of the countryside but only a mile and a half to the A38 for exploring the rest of Devon. Twin bedded room with ensuite shower and loo. Also a single room with shared facilities.
Cottages and Apartments
- Garden Cottage, Dartmoor
Hidden away in a woodland clearing in the idyllic grounds of a private country house within the Dartmoor National Park, Garden Cottage is a picture-postcard Devon retreat that sleeps 6. The surroundings exude tranquillity yet the cottage is only 2 miles from the nearest town and the main road, with excellent access to the almost limitless attractions of the area.
- Fisherman’s Flat
This delightful haven has recently been renovated, it has all its accommodation on one level with its own driveway, parking and sitting-out area. It offers comfortable, well-equipped accommodation for 2 people and is set in an oasis of complete peace on the south east edge of Dartmoor National Park and offers easy access to the huge variety of attractions and amenities.
- The Carriage House
This cottage is hidden away in a woodland clearing in the idyllic grounds of a private country house, in an oasis of complete peace on the south east edge of Dartmoor National Park. Large sitting room with woodburner, dining room, fitted kitchen, 4 double bedrooms (3 ensuite), private walled garden. Game fishing can be arranged on a stretch of the River Dart, which passes through the grounds. Sleeps 8.
- Groom’s Cottage
In the idyllic grounds of a private country house, on the south east edge of Dartmoor National Park, Groom’s Cottage has been sensitively adapted as a holiday cottage and blends perfectly into its tranquil woodland setting. Very well equipped with a cosy sitting room with woodburner, bright, comfortable bedrooms and an attractive private garden area. Next door to Carriage House. Sleeps 5 + cot.
- Buckfast Abbey
A living Benedectine Monastery and fascinating insight into the monastic life. Presentations and displays, shops and restaurant. Nobody leaves Buckfast Abbey untouched by its serenity. 01364 642519
- South Devon Railway
Have a great day with us and experience the best of unspoilt Devon from a South Devon Railway steam train as it hugs the beautiful River Dart all the way between Totnes and Buckfastleigh on this former Great Western Railway branch line. Railway museum and engine sheds, with maze and childrens playground. Cafe and bookshop. Disabled access. 01364 642338
- Buckfast Butterflies and Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary
An all-weather family attraction next to the South Devon Railway in Buckfast, with underwater viewing area for otters and live exotic butterflies in a rain forest habitat. Cafe. 01364 642916
- Torquay Golf Club
An interesting mature 18 hole parkland course established in 1908 with many challenging holes, some with superb views across Lyme Bay. Set within easy reach from the centre of Torquay the course is an excellent test for golfers of all abilities.
- Teignmouth Golf Club
A warm welcome awaits all visitors to Teignmouth Golf Club – each of whom are guaranteed a true test of golf with our course offering many fine contours and borrowing greens.
- The Palace Hotel Golf Course
A challenging 9-hole, par-3 short hotel golf course and separate putting green.
- Dinnaton Golf & Country Club
A demanding 9 hole course set within Dartmoor National Park with exhilarating views of the South Hams.
- Stover Golf Club
Stover Golf Club is situated very close to the A38 Plymouth Expressway and 3 miles from Newton Abbot which makes the course very accessible to both members and visitors.
- Wrangaton Golf Club
Wrangaton Golf Club was founded in 1895 on the southern slopes of Dartmoor. Our course is unique – 9 moorland holes and 9 parkland holes. It?s very much a course of two halves and there is nothing else like it in Devon!
- Yelverton Golf Club
A delightful moorland course, designed by Herbert Fowler, who used the old mine working as natural hazards to challenge golfers of all standards. It has outstanding views across Dartmoor and over Cornwall and is a very natural course, with Dartmoor ponies and cattle sharing the fairways.
Dartmoor Area Location Map