The Barn and Grounds

The Grounds

Apple trees, vegetable garden, lower wild grass area and lawn. Swing, trampoline, BBQ and outdoor dining area.

The Barn

Large open plan function area.
Oak flooring, high beam ceilings and kitchen.

The Ruins

Walled garden and picnic area in the ruins of another longhouse or shippen.

There is ample off road parking in the former farm yard.

The informal grounds of an acre include woodland and wild flowers, and an open-fronted BBQ barn at the top of a spacious grassed area with open views of Hameldown. It is two miles across the top of Hameldown to Widecombe, three miles by road (two pubs, two cafés, National Trust shop and other gift shops, and Dartmoor’s largest church).  The Two Moors Way runs along the top of Hameldown to the early bronze age settlement of Grimspound and to Hookney Tor – just one of the many varied local walks on the high open moor, along rivers in sheltered valleys, or through woods.