Colcharton Farm Bed & Breakfast
Luxury Dartmoor farmhouse 5 Star bed & breakfast accommodation
in Tavistock, Devon
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01822 616435
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Places of Interest
near Tavistock

Click on the RED LINKS to take you to the relevant websites
Leisurely plan your day in our lovely seating area on
the first floor where you will find many tourist leaflets, books for family walks, local trails, cycle routes,
letterboxing on Dartmoor and ordinance survey maps
all for your use.

Cotehele House
Noted to be one of the top five in England. A medieval house with no electicity and adorned with oak furniture and tapestries. Medieval pond
and dovecote. Beautiful gardens, Quay and Mill.

Buckland Abbey
Home of Sir Frances Drake. Medieval monastry hosts a collection from
his life, the story of the Armada and the famous Drake's Drum. Visit the Great Hall, newly created Elizabethan garden and lovely walks.

The Garden House at Buckland Monachorum
Near Buckland Abbey. Featured on the Glorious Gardens program.
Unusual plants offering colour from Spring to Autumn. 6000 varieties. Cream teas available.

Lydford Gorge
Beautiful Woodland Walk 1.5miles long (shorter routes for the less enthusiastic) Visit the famous White Lady Waterfall – 90ft high.
Numerous Whirlpools and the famous Devils Cauldron where the sound
of cascading water is unbelievable. Visit the remains of Lydford Castle or the smallest church on the hill at nearby Brentor and admire magnificent views over Dartmoor's spectacular tors.

Castle Drogo
Drewsteignton. An early 20th Century granite castle built 900ft high
above the Teign Valley. Spectacular views and lovely walks.

Saltram House
Near Plymouth. Grand Georgian house, the result of centuries of sophistication and extravagance, with opulent Robert Adam interiors.

Antony House
Torpoint, Cornwall. Famous for its woodland walks in spring and
wealth of paintings, tapestries and furniture

Lanhydrock House
One of Cornwall's grandest houses originally built in 1651, set in a
glorious landscape of gardens, parkland and woods overlooking
the valley of the Fowey River. Largely rebuilt after a fire in l88l this Victorian house has 49 rooms open including, Kitchens, Nursery Wing
and original Long Gallery.

Finch Foundry
Nr Okehampton. 19th Century forge powered by 3 waterwheels.
A fascinating reminder of Dartmoor's industrial past.

Morwellham Quay
Historic Port and Copper Mine 2 miles away. Ideal for families.

More Days out in Devon
Miniature Pony Centre, Moretonhampstead
Launceston Steam Railway
Launceston Castle
River Dart Country Park, Ashburton
Woodlands Family Theme Park, Dartmouth
Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre, Lifton
National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth
Paperweight Centre, Yelverton, Near Tavistock

Sailing at Siblyback Lake, Liskeard
Horse riding on Dartmoor

Fly Fishing and Trout Fishing, Tavistock – arranged on request.

Tavistock Golf Club
Ashbury Manor Golf Course, Near Okehampton
Okehampton Golf Club
St Mellion Golf Club, Saltash
About the Farm
Our Location
Our rooms
click the room name for more info
The Drake >
Luxury Super King Size Ensuite room with roll top bath and separate shower.
The Dartmoor >
Superior Double with antique bed,
modern ensuite and views to Dartmoor.
The Tavy >
Lovely Twin room with ensuite
bathroom with large shower.
In the rooms
Ensuite shower and/or bath
All towels and bath robes
Flat screen TV
Tea & coffee making facilities
Cole & Lewis toiletries
Fresh flowers
Free free wifi
Colcharton Old Forge, Luxury Self-catering cottage
Gulworthy, Tavistock
Devon PL19 8HU
t 01822 616435
m 07815 672997
Farmhouse B&B
ideal for Dartmoor
and Tavistock
in Devon

Open All Year
Public Transport
Gunnislake Railway Station – 2 miles
Plymouth Railway Station – 15miles
Buses from Tavistock to Plymouth – daily bus service
Sunday Rover Bus Ticket around Dartmoor in the summer.

Buckland Abbey home of Sir Francis Drake,
Buckland Abbey, home of Sir Francis Drake

Morwellham Quay, Near Tavistock. As seen on BBC's Edwardian Farm
Morwellham Quay, Near Tavistock. As seen on BBC's Edwardian Farm