Where to stay around Bratton Clovelly?

Our 2018 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 335 holiday lettings near Bratton Clovelly. From 197 cottages to 50 barns, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Bratton Clovelly is on HomeAway.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near when travelling to Bratton Clovelly?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday accommodations near great places in Bratton Clovelly. From HomeAway travellers, the most popular points of interest to stay near are:

  • St. Mellion Golf Club: 2,027 holiday lettings
  • Dartmoor Prison Museum: 1,344 holiday lettings
  • RHS Garden Rosemoor: 2,859 holiday lettings
  • Lydford Gorge: 1,212 holiday lettings
  • The Garden House: 1,692 holiday lettings

But there are many other points of interest around Bratton Clovelly listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I rent cottages in Bratton Clovelly?

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  • Barns: 50 self catering accommodations
  • Houses: 41 self catering accommodations
  • Cabins: 19 self catering accommodations

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including apartments and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Bratton Clovelly?

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    The parish of Bratton Clovelly and its surrounding area has been inhabited since the Neolithic period. It is a charming village and part of Dartmoor National Park, an area of exceptional beauty, where the people have a reputation for their welcoming Devon hospitality, quality accommodation and local produce.

    Places to holiday in and around Bratton Clovelly

    Bratton Clovelly is situated eight miles from Okehampton, home of the remains of the largest medieval castle in Devon. It is nine miles from Launceston and its steam railway. Nearby towns include Broadwoodwidger and Germansweek. There are a number of fantastic places to eat in the surrounding area including the Fox and Hounds Hotel, The Arundell Arms and Lewtrenchard Manor. These all offer a fantastic place to go for a special evening from one of the many country cottages and farms offering self-catering accommodation in this most sought after holiday destination. The main tourist information office for Bratton Clovelly is situated in Launceston nine miles away.

    The village of Clovelly has not changed a great deal in almost two hundred years and the Clovelly Inn, formally called the Old Pack Horse Inn has an oak fireplace lintel in the bar with 1789 inscribed on it. The Old School House built in 1837 still stands although the school itself has been converted into accommodation.

    The small hamlets and villages around Bratton Clovelly converge by winding lanes and are surrounded by rolling countryside. Holiday cottages in this area offer some of the finest English country cottages for your self-catering requirements. Once the home of many thatched cottages but now only two remain with thatch intact. The old Devon longhouse is another interesting property, as it used to house animals at one end and a family in the other.

    Things to do in Bratton Clovelly

    Around Bratton Clovelly, There is a three-mile trail that takes about an hour to walk. It starts at the St Mary's Church, which although built in the Norman period, it stands on the site of a Saxon church. The rare 17th century wall paintings were uncovered and are preserved by English Heritage. The trail takes you downhill towards Boasley past the 18th Old Mill and former Culmpit Cottage.

    The trail then turns uphill past the gates Eversfield Manor to the beginning of the bridle way with typical Devon banks rich in flora and fauna, past Hillside Farm, Lower Voaden Farm, and the Old Rectory and back to the point in the village where you started.

    Bratton Clovelly is an excellent holiday location for anglers. Roadford reservoir set in 730 acres is the largest fishing lake in Devon and conveniently situated to many holiday cottages in the area. It is a popular tourist spot for other activities as well, such as bird watching, walking and sailing.

    Although only nine miles from Bratton Clovelly, Launceston is in Cornwall and is not only popular for its Steam Railway but also its imposing Norman castle.

    Buckland Abbey, once a prominent Cistercian monastery is within easy travelling distance of most Bratton Clovelly self-catering cottages and has associations with Sir Richard Grenville and Sir Francis Drake.

    Weather in Bratton Clovelly

    The climate is subject to southwesterly winds and is bracing and salubrious, but can be cool and wet. The severest climatic conditions on Dartmoor are found in the northwest high moor lands, (tors) and south central areas where the altitude exceeds 1,500 feet.

    Travel to Bratton Clovelly

    Bratton Clovelly is served by Plymouth (PLH) and Exeter (EXE) airports and being part of Dartmoor National Park means that it has an excellent network of public transport in the summer months including trains and buses. Buying a Dartmoor Rover ticket provides a day's unlimited travel on these.