English Country hospitality at its most relaxed can be found in this 17C thatched cottage right by the Little Dart river. After a good night in comfy beds, come down the ancient spiral staircase and find a hearty breakfast of locally sourced produce awaiting you. Fortified by that, Edgelake is a good starting point for walks, for visiting some of the wonderful gardens and NT properties in Devon or for just relaxing over a drink and a good meal in one of our excellent local hostelries.

Available for a single booking for between 1 and 4 people.

Contact Details for the Owner, Mrs H Straker, are as follows:

Telephone No:01884 860213

E-mail: depret@openworld.com

Walkers on the Two Moors Way can be collected from the Square in Witheridge by arrangement as the cottage is around 1.5 miles off the route of the Two Moors Way.

East Worlington, Devon, is a hamlet some three miles from Witheridge, and within an agricultural area. It has a church, a primary school and a parish hall for its 241 inhabitants. It was formed in the mid-12th century alongside its sister parish of West Worlington. The hamlet has some old buildings including the Rectory and the Church House.



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