Overcombe House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Old Station Road
PL20 7RA

Overcombe House, Horrabridge

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We would like to welcome you to Overcombe House in Devon's glorious Dartmoor National Park. We are just a short drive from Tavistock and there is easy access to the city of Plymouth whilst having all of the benefits and amenities of Dartmoor National Park on our doorstep. We hold a 4 Star Guest Accommodation rating from VisitBritain so you can be assured that we are operating to a nationally recognised quality standard and a Gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme confirming we are environmentally led and ethically focused.

In addition Overcombe House also participates in the Walkers welcome and Cyclists welcome scheme and have been awarded Mobility 1 and 2 under the National Accessibility Scheme all of which are administered by VisitBritain, your independent guarantee of service and quality. Dartmoor National Park is enchanting, exciting and exhilarating; Dartmoor is one of the last truly wild areas of southern England for you to explore. You can discover its unique history and how it helped to shape our modern world along with heritage, culture and traditions dating back for thousands of years.

There are numerous walking and cycling routes in the National Park and the adjacent Tamar Valley to suit all levels of ability and fitness. You can start your walk or cycle on Drakes Trail which runs just 50 meters from our door proving you really can have a great car free day out. There are also several circular walking and cycling routes off the trail taking you to Buckland Abbey, Burrator Reservoir and Clearbrook to name just a few.

There is more to Dartmoor than just walking and cycling, within easy reach you have access to activities such as gliding, kayaking, paragliding, horse riding, reservoir, fly and coarse fishing and golfing to name but a few. For those of you who enjoy less energetic pastimes there are farmers markets, historic houses, museums, craft shops and galleries, gardens and interesting churches to visit.

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