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Self-Catering Holiday Homes
Telephone: 01364 621 391
or +44 1364 621391 from outside the UK.
Wooder Manor is a working family farm of 150 acres, nestling in a picturesque valley in the environmentally sensitive area of the Dartmoor National Park. Surrounded by unspoilt woodland, moors and granite tors, Wooder Manor is the perfect antidote to the stress of modern life.
Wooder Manor, which is set off the road, provides five holiday homes named after the overlooking granite tors. There is a courtyard for safe parking and a large shared garden. Picnic benches are provided.
All the holiday homes are inspected by the Tourist Board each year and are very well equipped and furnished, including a fitted kitchen, full-sized cooker, microwave oven, fridge , freezer in most cases and a good range of crockery and utensils, colour TV, iron and ironing board and fitted carpets. For our youngest guests, cots, z-beds and highchairs are available free of charge. Duvets, blankets and pillows are supplied and bed linen is available by arrangement.
Central heating is supplied from mid-September to end of May and included in the price (except Wooder Cottage). Each property has a coal effect electric fire, bathroom wall heater and convector/fan heaters. Honeybags Cottage and Wooder House both have log fires with logs included during the winter months. There is a laundry room with washing machine and tumble-dryer and a payphone. Electricity is supplied by £1 coin meters.
Wooder is an ideal location for exploring Dartmoor and touring Devon throughout the seasons.
The following accommodation is available. For more information please click on those that interest you.
- Honeybags Cottage sleeps 6.
- Chinkwell sleeps 4.
- Lower Chinkwell sleeps 4
- Hameldown sleeps 7
- Lower Hameldown sleeps 4
- Wooder Cottage sleeps 4
- Wooder House sleeps 12
Wooder House and Wooder Cottage
To find out more please contact:
Mrs Angela Bell
Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Newton Abbot, DevonTQ13 7TR
Telephone (01364) 621391
or +44 1364 621391 from outside UK.
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