Some useful links for guests considering a stay at Mill Barn our holiday cottage in the village of Lustleigh in the Dartmoor National Park in Devon.
The Lustleigh Society: Interesting historical information about the village.
The Lustleigh Show: The quintessential village show with 5000 visitors!
Food & Drink
We are fortunate to have some fantastic places to eat nearby. Whether your tastes are Michelin starred or Michelin tyres there's plenty of choice.
The Primrose Tearoom: Perfect for after walk refreshment and treats
The Cleave Inn: Our local, just 350 yards away.
The Ring of Bells: North Bovey
The Cridford Inn: Trusham
The Old Inn: Drewsteignton
The Rugglestone: Widecombe-in-the-Moor
The Rock Inn: Haytor Vale
Ullacombe Farm Shop & Cafe: Haytor
Places to go
Dartmouth. Beautiful historic port situated at the mouth of the river Dart.
Totnes. Fascinating town full of wonderful place to eat, drink and shop.
River Dart Ferry. The best way of travelling to Dartmouth from Totnes.
Eden Project. Globally renowned ecological tourist attraction.
Dartmoor. Southern Britain's last remaining wilderness.
Becky Falls. Wonderfully scenic waterfall on the edge of Dartmoor. 3 mile walk from Mill Barn.
The House of Marbles. Fascinating shop, glass blowing and cafe, and it's free!
Salcombe. Home of all things yachty, busy, busy in summer.
Darts Farm. Interesting shopping near the lovely Topsham on the Exe estuary.
Dartington. Wonderful shopping and craft displays at the old Cider Press centre near Totnes
Devon Cycle Hire. Located on the Granite Way Cycle Trail near Okehampton. Ideal access to the cycle trail between Okehampton and Lydford with quality bike for hire.
Stone Lane Garden.5 acre woodland and water garden outside Chagford with summer sculpture exhibition and National Collections of Birch and Alder trees.
The local weather: Not that you need to check, it's always sunny down here!
Local Rock Climbing Links
Javu. The definititive guide to climbing activity in Devon.
Rusty Peg. Great site specialising in bouldering on the South West of Dartmoor.
South West Clmbing. New site with an overview of climbing in the South West.