Bovey Tracey Cottages
Known as the gateway to Dartmoor, Bovey Tracey is a welcoming market town well-placed for exploring much of South Devon. Our Bovey Tracey cottages mean you can revel in the town’s local delights as well as Dartmoor beauty spots such as Haytor and Becky Falls, while the popular seaside resort of Dawlish and the historic city of Exeter are also close by.
Why visit Bovey Tracey?
Bovey Tracey is well-placed for both a coastal and a countryside holiday - Dartmoor is right on your doorstep whereas the coast is only 10 miles away. Combine this with the town’s charming shops, pubs, places to eat and charming accommodation, and you have all the ingredients for a perfect holiday in Devon.
Things to do in Bovey Tracey:
Bovey Tracey is a walker’s paradise thanks to its proximity to Dartmoor - nearby trails lead to the iconic Haytor Rocks, the deserted village of Hound Tor and the tranquil Becky Falls. Closer to home, the town is home to a number of local crafts at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen, and a dazzling marble collection at the House of Marbles.
Why stay in a Bovey Tracey cottage?
Our Bovey Tracey self-catering cottages offer a peaceful rural getaway yet with several great places to visit close by. Traditional cottages close to the town centre and restored barns on quiet working farms are just some of the wonderful options available for your holiday in Bovey Tracey.
Three must see things in Bovey Tracey:
- For an unusual day out, the House of Marbles is a museum dedicated to marbles, with amazing marble runs built throughout
- Enjoy a walk around the peaceful grounds of the National Trust’s Parke estate
- Don’t miss a climb to the top of the nearby Haytor Rocks, with views across Dartmoor all around