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Colcharton Farm Bed & Breakfast
Luxury Dartmoor farmhouse 5 Star bed & breakfast accommodation
in Tavistock, Devon
Visitors comments
Lowenna Edwards
01822 616435
About the Farm
Our Location
Places of Interest
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

Visit Dartmoor & Tavistock

One of the most outstanding areas of England with 365 miles of wild rugged open moorland enjoyed by either car, walking or cycling.
Enjoy magnificent granite tors and visit prehistoric settlements, hidden valleys and streams and the large lakes such as Burrator and Fernworthy. Up on the moor all the traces of modern civilisation are left behind and ponies, sheep and cattle roam freely.
Visit the free entry High Moorland Visitor Centre at Princetown, the Dartmoor Prison and its museum or just drive and enjoy quaint towns and villages such as Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Bovey Tracey, Ashburton and Moretonhampstead.
West of Dartmoor lies the Tamar Valley, a UNESCO Mining Heritage Site and designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With rolling hills, rich wildlife, the winding River Tamar provides a natural border between Devon and Cornwall. With a mix of local produce, welcoming pubs and places to stay to suit all tastes and purses, the Tamar Valley is not to be missed.
The largest stannary Market town in West Devon, steeped in history with the remains of the Benedictine Abbey still visable. It was also the home of Sir Frances Drake.
The town now contains many specialists shops such as Crebers, a 100 year old delicatessen, Westcountry Cheeses, a fishmongers, antique shops, tea shops, cafes and restaurants, many independent shops and the famous Tavistock Pannier Market open from Tuesday til Saturday every week for produce, crafts and gifts.
There is also the Wharf Cinema, Meadowlands Swimming Pool and picturesque walks along the Canal and River Tavy. Numerous pubs and eating houses cater for all tastes ranging from fish & chips to Indian, Italian and Chinese to bistro wine bars and the famous Horn of Plenty just up the road.
Sir Francis Drake's statue in Tavistock
Gulworthy, Tavistock
Devon PL19 8HU
t 01822 616435
m 07815 672997
Farmhouse B&B
ideal for Dartmoor
and Tavistock
in Devon

Open All Year