The Church House Inn is located in the heart of the village of Holne on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. The area is hugely popular with tourists throughout the year and has a significant catchment area for day trippers. Dartmoor is the jewel in the heart of the West Country and it’s high heather covered moorland is one of the last true wildernesses to be found in England today. Dartmoor has been a National Park since 1951 and covers an area of 365 square miles of Devon’s most beautiful moorland, countryside and villages. Holne is ideally situated to explore Dartmoor, which appeals to all walks of life and offers great walking, mountain biking, canoeing, rock climbing, horse riding and fishing. For further information, visit www.dartmoor.co.uk or the official site for the Park www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk. Holne is approximately 3 miles from the main A38 Exeter to Plymouth link Road, both of these cities being easily accessible. Close by is the beautiful South Devon coast and the popular resorts which make up Torbay.
The property which is understood to date from the 14th Century, with later additions, is principally built of stone with rendered elevations under a pitched slate roof with extensions to the rear. The accommodation is arranged on the ground and first floor with a converted roof space. The property is Grade II Listed and situated within Dartmoor National Park Conservation area. Situated on the "Two-Moors Way" the Inn has one of the bars named after the well known author Charles Kingsley who lived in the village. The Inn has been recently purchased by our client and re-energised after a period of closure. The Church House is is now once again a busy pub drawing trade from locals and regulars together with the huge influx of tourists and visitors to Dartmoor throughout the year.