For the ultimate getaway, have you ever considered staying in holiday cottages on or close to the moors?
Whether you want a romantic break for two or would like to hide away with the family, Bodmin Moor, Exmoor and Dartmoor are all perfect locations where you can escape from the crowds.
Of course, the areas are fantastic for discovering the landscapes of these parts of Britain, especially if you enjoy going horse riding or on walks. However, if you select a moors cottage that has everything you need, you can also simply turn up with your suitcases and food shop and spend the entire time cosy inside – especially great for couples holidays!
At Classic Cottages, we understand that everyone has different requirements, so we cover thousands of miles each year to find the best accommodation to cater to a plethora of needs.
Our selection of Bodmin Moor holiday cottages can prove the perfect base if you would like some peace and quiet. Bodmin Moor tends to be the quieter of the moors so your holiday might feel well and truly exclusive, especially when you stay in comfortable self-catering accommodation.
Located in Cornwall, Bodmin Moor features impressive granite tors, standing stones, cottages, farms and plenty of flora and fauna for you to discover. Parishes and villages you might come across include St Cleer, St Tudy, Bodmin itself and Launceston.
Old and young alike might delight in a gentle trot on horses across the stunning landscape.
Staying in Exmoor holiday cottages can enable you to discover the national park at your own pace. Whether you want to get up late and not head out until lunch, or enjoy mealtimes at your own schedule, self-catering holiday cottages provide you with such flexibility.
Cycle, ride or walk through the beautiful scenery and listen to the trickling of streams and admire the breathtaking valleys. With 692 sq km of national park at your feet, you are spoilt for choice on holidays to Exmoor.
Why not pack a picnic and set off on a hike, stopping off at pretty villages along the way for some respite? Allerford is home to thatched cottages, a traditional red telephone box and the Packhorse Bridge. Head a little further afield and you can sample some of the local fare in the many pubs close to the Quantock Hills.
Dartmoor is famous for the wild ponies that roam its miles and miles of beautiful landscape under vast skies. Enjoy the remote and rugged national park before coming back home to Dartmoor holiday cottages, where you can relax in your comfortable self-catering accommodation and enjoy any extras you may have requested, such as an open fire.
The more active among you can ride, cycle, climb and canoe, while those who prefer a much more gentle pace can stroll through endless moorland and stop off at some of the moorland towns like Tavistock, which is full of old-fashioned specialist shops.
You can also learn about folklore and myths in quirky Princetown.
Discover the moors with Classic Cottages
Whether you choose to holiday in Bodmin Moor, Dartmoor or Exmoor, Classic Cottages will have the perfect accommodation for you.
If you want to bring along a pet, or need your cottage to be baby-friendly, let our knowledgeable and experienced team help you to narrow down your search. All properties also come with bed linen and towels, so there is no need to worry about packing those.
Call us today on 01326 555555 or get in touch via our website and we will help you to find the ideal moorland break for you.
You can request a brochure if you would prefer to look at our cottages at your own pace before making a booking, although you will no doubt be spoilt for choice with the large selection we offer!