Buckfastleigh Self Catering Cottages, Lodges, Apartments & More
Accommodation for families, business travel or romantic getaways
Lying in the Dart Valley on the South Devon Railway’s steam-operated line, this is a small former mill town on the southern fringes of Dartmoor. The town’s local heritage centre has a recreation of an old-fashioned Dartmoor pub. Close by is a butterfly farm and an otter sanctuary. Dartington Hall is the largest medieval house in the west of England and stands within a 2,500-acre estate.
The town grew up around 11th century Buckfast Abbey. Founded by King Canute in 1018, it was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539 but lovingly rebuilt by a dedicated band of French monks in the last century. Hembury Woods and Hill Fort, owned by the National Trust, lie north of the village.
Here you will find details of self catering cottages, apartments, villas,
mobile homes or cabins, lodges, etc. Also, self-catering accommodation in
aparthotels, static caravans, and holiday parks in Buckfastleigh
or surrounding areas.
Self Catering Cottages Apartments Holiday Parks in Buckfastleigh...