On the edge of Dartmoor sits Lee Byre, a collection of four barns dating back to 1750. Transformed from a working farm into a stunning family-run guesthouse, Lee Byre offers unbeatable full board accommodation and guided walks into Dartmoor National Park.
Breakfast is a delicious range of homemade food, including award-winning honey made from the bees at the property. Packed lunches and a fantastic two-course evening meal are also available for an additional cost. Ingredients are fresh, seasonal and locally sourced.
The 300 year old barns at Lee Byre have been transformed from a collection of old stables and a milking parlour into two beautiful en-suite double/twin rooms with and one luxurious suite.
The comfortable rooms are well-equipped with Freeview TVs, DVD players and WiFi. All rooms are supplied with fresh spring water from the woodland and heated with sustainable wood pellet fuel.
On the doorstep and nearby
Lee Byre is ideally situated for exploring Dartmoor National Park, an area made famous by Sherlock Holmes and War Horse.
The guesthouse offers daily guided walks of up to eight miles, giving guests the perfect opportunity to appreciate the local flora and fauna and forage for seasonal fruits. Look out for Dartmoor ponies, highland cattle and Dartmoor’s granite tors before heading to a local pub for an afternoon drink in the sun.
Further afield, be sure to visit the sites of Grimspound and Grey Wethers to learn more about the areas ancient history.
Worth staying in for ...
One of chef Nina's two-course evening meals, made with seasonal foods from the kitchen garden. The wild garlic pesto is utterly delicious.
Need to know
Unfortunately Lee Byre are unable to cater for children under the age of 10. Pets are not allowed. Be sure to bring waterproofs and a good pair of walking boots to make the most of exploring the area.