Welcome to Mill Barn – a charming self-catering cottage in a tranquil spot within the village of Lustleigh, Dartmoor National Park.

Perfect for couples looking to relax and embrace the beauty of the area.


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Tripadvisor Traveller's Choice 2020 From the garden Kitchen Flowers on table Heart Ornament cottage garden Parking space & view to Cycle Path old railway bridge lustleigh


  • Close to village shop, tearoom & pub
  • Fantastic views
  • Walks from the doorstep
  • Near the Wray Valley Trail
  • Private garden & patio
  • Dog friendly
  • Off-road parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Wood burner
  • 3 night minimum stay
  • Sleeps 2

This quirky holiday cottage is located on a quiet lane, with an easy walk into the village. Upstairs is open plan, with a fully equipped kitchen and cosy living area complete with wood burning stove. Downstairs is a double bedroom and bathroom with shower. There is an enclosed private garden, a patio with table and chairs, and stunning views across the River Wray. Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome. This secluded spot is a short stroll to the village centre: there is a shop, pub, tea rooms, community orchard and 17C church.

The immediate area around Mill Barn is stunning. Lustleigh is a traditional Dartmoor village, including a variety of houses with thatched rooves and granite walls. Lustleigh village is situated around its church and boasts a well-stocked friendly shop with post office, a tempting tea rooms, as well as a popular local pub ‘The Cleave’. The East and West Wray and the River Bovey have carved deep wooded valleys, studded with granite outcrops and tors providing a haven for wildlife. Lustleigh is situated 3 miles from the market town of Bovey Tracey where you can find: butchers, bakers, greengrocers, pharmacy and lovely cafes and attractions.

Dartmoor is a National Park often described as the last wilderness in Southern Britain. The moor provides a perfect environment in which to unwind: walking, riding, cycling, climbing and canoeing. For those looking for a more restful time there are wonderful drives, taking in the stunning views of the moors and tors. Trips to the South Devon coast are easy: Teignmouth and Shaldon are about a 25-minute drive away, and the glorious sandy beaches of the South Hams are around 45 minutes away.

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