Accommodation in the Poundsgate Area


Bed and Breakfast

  • Lurgecombe FarmLurgecombe 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

  • Carriage HouseThe 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.

  • Garden Cottage, DartmoorGarden 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.

  • Groom's CottageGroom’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.

  • Fisherman's FlatFisherman’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.

Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks

  • River Dart Country ParkRiver Dart Country Park – Camping & Touring

    Our location and surroundings on the edge of Dartmoor but half an hour’s drive from the sea, make us the perfect base for your Devon holiday! Regularly featured in The Top 100 Sites by Practical Caravan magazine. Set in mature parkland, our touring site has generous, neat, individually numbered pitches. Everyone staying on-site has free use of River Dart Adventures – our own day visitor attraction.

Visitor Attractions

  • River Dart AdventuresRiver Dart Adventures

    Located all around the Country Park and just waiting to be discovered, there is an adventure around every corner! Assault course, Pirate Ship, Toddlers Beach, Spiders Web, Zip wires, Jungle Fun. Also Dare Devils instructor-supervised activities and facilities for kayakers.

  • Dingles Fairground Heritage CentreDingles Fairground Heritage Centre

    Near Lifton on A30 between Okehampton & Launceston. Celebration of working steam, vintage machinery and country life. With play areas, trails and picnic areas. Disabled access.

Golf Courses/Clubs

  • Wrangaton Golf ClubWrangaton Golf Club

    South Brent
    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!

  • Bovey Castle Golf ClubBovey Castle Golf Club

    A challenging 9 hole course with two long Par 5’s guaranteed to test your golf. Views of Dartmoor while you ponder your choice of club.

  • Tavistock Golf ClubTavistock Golf Club

    With its wide fairways and sweeping vistas the course looks deceptively simple but it offers a challenging test for the unwary golfer.

  • Okehampton Golf ClubOkehampton Golf Club

    Okehampton Golf Club was formed in 1913 and was described as “The jewel in the heart of Devon”.

Location Map

Dartmoor Area Location Map