Change over day
Any day, subject to availability
The Old National School is a strictly no smoking holiday home.
Because the cottage is surrounded by open moorland with many grazing sheep and ponies, the number of dogs per stay is limited to one large or two small dogs. There is a charge of £40 per stay.
5 (or 6 with an additional child sleeping on a truckle bed)
For safety reasons, the Old National School is unsuitable for children under 12 years of age. We are happy to welcome children/teens of 12 years or over.
Bookings of 7 nights or more
For bookings of 7 nights or more, there will be a 7% price reduction which will be deducted from the final balance invoice when issued.
Terms and Conditions
To confirm a reservation, a non refundable deposit of 20% of the booking price is payable on booking, with the balance payable 6 weeks before the date of your stay. In paying the deposit you are entering into the contract of our terms and conditions. The deposit is payable through our booking system and we will contact you to arrange the payment of the balance.
2022 Price per night
you are reminded of our
house in a perfect setting –
thank you! We will be
recommending this fantastic place
and will definitely be back.”
lockdown therapy. We leave with
many happy memories and having had the
chance to draw breath.”
location, which revives the spirits.
Enjoyed the bird song and
bells, some wonderful weather and
magical moments with wildlife”.
We enjoyed the tranquillity this place
brings in the beauty of Dartmoor.
We definitely hope to return”
so peaceful and relaxing.
The walk up to Pew Tor at sunrise
and sunset was a highlight!”
generous people. Everything I could
think of was here. It felt very much like home –
we had a lovely week , completely
restful, but with so much to do
and explore, the kids have
had the best time!”
were eggcellent, the chocolate was brilliant,
the wine for my mum and dad was wonderful
and our raspberry lemonade delicious.
We all loved it and want to come back again!”
location and coming back at the end
of the day to find ponies, foals
and sheep at the front door was