The Oratory B&B & The Beeches Self-Catering

Bed and Breakfast in Princetown, Devon (Dartmoor)

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Tavistock Road
Princetown
Devon
England
PL20 6RP

The Oratory B&B & The Beeches Self-Catering, Princetown

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Lovely Family friendly B&B accommodation and Self catering at The Oratory and The Beeches, Princetown, Dartmoor. Dont just take our word for it - read our guest reviews. The chapel annex was once the chapel of St John Vianney, it is light and spacious and benefits from having its own private entrance.

It makes a fantastic base for exploring the moor and the surrounding areas. Also available a smaller family room. As well as a lovely two bedroom self catering house - The Beeches.

Bed & Breakfast or Self Catering its your choice. Located in Princetown we are wonderfully positioned for exploring Dartmoor as well as further afield into the rest of Devon and Cornwall. We offer a range of accommodation for guests:- The Chapel Annex - B&B or self catering is accessed through its own private entrance, a hall leads to the main split level room.

The upper area is a spacious bedroom and the lower area a lounge/kitchenette. Also accessed from the hall is a large bathroom.There are local maps and books in the room if you need any help in planning your stay with us, as well as various novels if you wish to spend any time indoors. Extra beds/cots can be put in the room on request.

Guests are welcome to use the garden, please note we do have a few covered small ponds, so we ask children to be accompanied. The Family/Double Room is accessed through the main house or through the Chapel Annex if both rooms have been booked. The room is on the ground floor and has a double bed, bunks, a single bed or a travel cot can be added, and comes with a shower room.

The Beeches is a delightful two bedroom self catering cottage in Princetown, Dartmoor, great for walking, golf and adventure activities. The cottage sleeps six (plus cot) and is perfect for families, with two good sized bedrooms, an enclosed garden and off road parking. The cottage has a modern, open plan design and a comfortable, homely feel.

Family friendly sleeping 6 people. Princetown is ideally situated for walkers. The town is overlooked by the North Hessary Tor and is close to Fox Tor Mires, said to be the inspiration for the Grimpen Mire in Sir Arthur Doyle's novel "The Hound of the Baskervilles".

The cottage is also within easy reach of various tourist attractions including the Dartmoor Miniature Pony Centre and Lydford Gorge. Many adventure activities are also available nearby including balloon flights, climbing, canoeing and caving. The lovely market town of Tavistock is 6 miles away.

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Princetown Travel and Heritage Information

Princetown, St Michael's Church - 0.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Merrivale Prehistoric Site - 1.9 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Drizzlecombe Stone Rows - 4.3 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Garden House - 6.7 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Buckland Abbey - 7.4 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Lydford Gorge - 8.2 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Brentor Church - 8.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Lydford Castle - 8.2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Grimspound - 8.4 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Church House - 8.4 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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