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Sourton Tor
Nestling on the North West edge of Dartmoor, Collaven Manor is centrally situated, with an excellent road network to hand, making it an ideal location from which to explore the many attractions that the West Country has to offer.

Walking

With over 350 sq miles of Dartmoor National Park to hand, there is no better way to explore the wonders of Dartmoor than by foot. The rugged Sourton Tors can easily be reached by walking directly from the hotel.
For the more adventurous explorer High Willhays (Dartmoor's highest tor), Meldon reservoir and the renowned Widgery Cross are all easily accessible from the hotel
Guided walks are also readily available from:-
http://www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk/visiting/vi-eventsguidedwalks
Alternatively, there are the well signed, linear routes of the West Devon Way & Two Castles Trail which pass within a few hundred yards of the Manor.

Cycling

There has been much investment in the cycle trails of Devon in recent years making it an easily accessible way in which to explore what Devon has to offer. The 12km Granite way passes within metres of Collaven and
the ever popular Drake's TrailĀ  are just two of the many nearby choices on offer. Bike hire is available just two miles away.

National Trust & Other Gardens

There are an abundance of houses and gardens within easy driving distance. Castle Drogo, Cotehele, Buckland Abbey,Lanhydrock and the dramatic Lydford Gorge make for popular National Trust destinations. In addition, the award winning Garden House, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Rosemoor and World famous Eden Project are other popular options.

Other Outdoor Pursuits

Horse riding, golf and fishing are all readily available nearby.

Alternatively, why not choose to simply relax in the four acres of garden and paddock that Collaven has to offer.

Local Towns

Six miles north of Collaven is the old market town of Okehampton; with its pretty park and stunning castle ruins, it is well worth a look.
Ten miles south is Tavistock. Tavistock boasts many independent shops and the Pannier market is not to be missed.
Princetown takes you right onto the moor and not only does it haveĀ  Dartmoor's excellent visitors centre it also plays host to one of Britain's most famous prisons, complete with its popular museum.

Coasts

Being centrally situated both the North and South Coastline can easily be reached within the hour. To the north there is Bude, Boscastle, Padstow & Port Isaac, to name a few. To the south Exmouth, Sidmouth & Fowey are favourites with our guests.

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