Owls Roost , Devon

Owls Roost
Lower Collaton Farm
Tavistock
Devon
PL19 9JT
Tel : 01822 613659
Website : http://www.tavistockholidaycottages.com

Accreditations : Independent
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Specialist breaks : Romantic Break, Walking, Cycling

Rate low season : £375 pw

Rate high season : £660 pw

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About Owls Roost - Self Catering Apartment Holidays


Owls Roost a is luxurious 1 bedroom first floor apartment in a lovely old converted barn. It is only 2 minutes from Tavistock town centre and on the edge of the moor and within Dartmoor National Park.

The apartment has been designed with luxury and romance in mind and is spacious, light and comfortable. Wonderful beams have been exposed throughout and feature in each room giving it a warm cosy rustic feel. The accommodation comprises:

A large bedroom with a king sized pine bed and plenty of storage.

The bathroom is special with a double bath for you to start your relaxing evening when you arrive, whilst enjoying a glass of complementary wine.

Check us out on Trip Advisor, where you will find we have some great reviews.
The living room has a wood burner and settee with recliners, a flat screen TV with freesat HD, DVD player, Ipod dock and a CD/radio. There are plenty of DVDs and CDs for your use together with maps and guide books of the surrounding areas. Free Wi Fi internet access is also available.

The fitted kitchen provides a cooker, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, and all the other utensils and equipment to ensure you have a comfortable stay. There are laundry facilities on site.

You have your own private entrance with parking and a lovely colourful garden to relax in. A barbeque is available if you enjoy eating al-fresco on those warm summer evenings.

Host Nick is a experienced and qualified walking group leader. He can take you out for guided walks that you can design with him, so you get to choose exactly where you would like to visit and what you would like to see. He's full of local knowledge and tales to tell, so makes it very interesting.

Owls Roost Facilities

Dishwasher
Microwave
Washing machine
Tumble dryer
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Freezer
Cooker
Games Room
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Open Fire / Log Burner
Heating
Electricity included
Ensuite facilities
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TV
DVD
Sky TV
WiFi
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Towels provided
Bed linen provided
Disabled access
Ground floor bedrooms
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Children welcome
High Chair
Baby Cot
Pets welcome
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Parking
Swimming pool
Sauna / hot tub
Tennis court
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Garden
BBQ
Beaches nearby
Pub nearby
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Places To Visit

Why not take advantage of host Nick’s experience as a qualified walking group leader and arrange a walk which suits your needs and takes to the interest points that you want to see.

With walking being such a popular activity with our guests we offer a 'lift' service to enable you to walk back to your accommodation from different parts of the moor.

The ' lift' service is also available for those guests who prefer to cycle to enable you to cycle home to Owls Roost.

Alternatively if relaxation is more your thing then Caroline is a Complementary Therapist and the following therapies are on offer for you to enjoy:
Healing/Reiki
Reflexology
Holistic Massage
Bowen and Emmett

Well situated to use as a touring base with a variety of interesting and varied attractions being easily accessible from Owls Roost. The beautiful wilds of Dartmoor are on the doorstep or why not visit the coast and experience the beautiful scenery it offers.
Only an hour from the Eden Project and bordering Cornwall, there are so plenty of places to explore. There are numerous National Trust Properties within 25 miles including:

Buckland Abbey, Garden and Estate
Lawrence House
Lydford Gorge
Saltram
Cotehele Mill

Tavistock is approx. 10 miles from Plymouth and 40 miles from Exeter with good access via the M5 and A30. An historic market town with lots of interesting history, lovely architecture and right on the edge of Dartmoor.

It has an excellent range of shops, many unusual and offering a wide variety of specialist goods. It has a pannier market, which is open every day except Sunday and Monday, again, great fun to visit and browse around with lots of locally grown and crafted produce.
There is an antique market on some days most weeks.
The Town Hall is a regular venue for craft and antique fairs and has a regular variety of events, particularly at weekends.

There are many great places to eat, either in the town, or in the pubs in the nearby villages, where some excellent fare can be found.