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Jill - verified booking
"Annie's cottage was a lovely little cottage in a very pretty village where everyone seems to take pride in the upkeep of their properties and gardens. Sally (the owner) and neighbours we met were all very friendly and welcoming.The cottage itself was well equipped and space was very cleverly made the best of. Kitchen and shower rooms were both very modern, and there was a very comfortable king size bed. (We would have scored 'comfort and equipment' 10 had there been a sofa that was as comfortable as the bed). It was also lovely to have the wood burner as our dog is addicted to ours at home!Although the garden was opposite the property, it wasn't a problem and a very pleasant space (albeit note that it is not enclosed for dogs) along side a little stream. There is just the one pub (Who'd Have Thought It Inn) in the village that has just recently changed hands, and although the menu isn't quite as adventurous or extensive as it had previously been, the food we ate one night was good and the owners/staff there was very accommodating and friendly, and the beer was well kept.We had a very pleasant stay in Annie's Cottage and would happily stay there again (more than just the two days we were there) and recommend it to others if looking to stay in the area."
Jamie - verified booking
"A lovely part of the world: we enjoyed some great walks in Dartmoor, visited Buckland Abbey which is literally right outside the village of Milton Combe, and had a day at the coast at Wembury which is just 40 minutes' drive away. The village itself is very peaceful and set in a deep valley so you really feel like you've got away from it all. The local pub ('Who'd Have Thought It') served stunning food - we went there three nights in a row. Because the village is so small, there isn't a shop in it, but you don't have to drive very far to find one. The cottage was nice and cosy, especially once we had lit the wood fire. Both bedrooms and the bathroom were fine. We didn't cook at all so can't really say much about the kitchen, though the toaster could do with being replaced. Dishwasher and washing machine both worked OK. In a perfect world there would be a garden out the back that the dog could be let into, but that is impossible given the location - the slope behind the row of cottages is almost vertical. Not a major issue, though, as it is easy to walk the dog around the village and there is almost no traffic to worry about."
Elizabeth - verified booking
"We had a truly memorable time at this beautiful little cottage and the surrounding area. The village is charming; a little gem tucked away with a friendly historic pub.Dartmoor ponies are very nearby which instantly lifted my spirits. The countryside is breathtaking, romantic and simply stunning. There is so much to do and see. We were only there for a week but would have loved to see more.The owners are caring, friendly and very helpful. They are willing to deal with any problems you may have, although the cottage has so many thoughtful touches that it is unlikely you will have any. The only slight issue for us was that the WIFI was a little intermittent, but mobile access was just up the road. It was rather nice to get back to the cottage and forget about it all anyway! The cottage is beautifully finished, characterful and cosy - perfect for us as a couple. We have already recommended it to my in-laws! A beautiful holiday made even better by the accommodation and it's owners."
David - verified booking
"We arrived a little late, having spent a bit too much time in Exeter, so our super cream tea was not enjoyed until the following day. This lovely gesture was typical of the welcoming attitude of Sally and Christopher. Truly nothing was too much trouble, even when we managed to muck up the TV stations! Our Labrador enjoyed running in the large enclosed field and swimming in a river not too far away. Nearby Tavistock is well worth a visit with everything from Supermarkets to a market complete with small individual shops.Our holiday flew past, we would certainly recommend this cosy excellently equipped cottage and hope to return."
william - verified booking
"Absolutely charming little cottage, located right on the edge of the moors. It is small, but just perfect for a couple and a dog. The little village of North Brentor is nice - but no pub or shop. For that you must go over to Lydford - where The Castle pub is everything anyone would want (and right next to National Trust's Lydford gorge). The other pubs nearby in Peter Tavy etc are equally good. Fantastic walks all around the area. The market town of Tavistock - a few miles away - is lovely as well. Sally, the owner is very friendly and helpful. After a week there, it is hard to resist not upping sticks and moving to Devon!"