About Us


Wooder Manor provides five unique holiday homes named after the overlooking granite tors. The cottages and converted coach house sleeping 1/4 and 1/6 are clean and well equipped all with central heating. The Two Lower properties are on the ground floor.
Honeybags Cottage – Sleeps 1-6
Hameldown - Sleeps 1-6
Chinkwell - Sleeps 1-4
Lower Chinkwell - Sleeps 1-4.
Lower Hameldown - Sleeps 1-4 

To avoid agency booking fees please call us direct.


Courtyard for safe and easy off road parking.

A large shared garden for playing or relaxing.

Internet access – Wi-Fi. Plus TV/DVD. Iron and ironing board.

Cot and high chair- free of charge

Wheel-in-shower in Lower Hameldown

Honeybags also has is own garden with picnic bench.

Wood burner in Honeybags Cottage.

Central heating included in price from September – May.

Full size cooker, microwave oven, fridge and freezer

All holiday homes are very well equipped and furnished.

Bed linen and Towels by arrangement.

Laundry room - washing machines and tumble driers - no charge.

Secure Bike and Kayak storage.

Well-behaved dogs by arrangement

Short breaks available.

Telephone enquiry’s are welcome

Open all year round.

Surrounded by unspoilt patchworks of fields, hedgerows, stonewalls, woodland, and granite Tors, the neighbouring farmland is at an organic higher level. We are a level 1/2 mile walk from the picturesque village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor.


Local In the Village

Post Office/General store/Gift shop

Gift shops

National Trust shop and Information Centre

Traditional Pubs – The Rugglestone Pub and The Old Inn Pub - Which Both source and provide fine local produce

Café’s – The Wayside Café and The Café On The Green

St Pancras Church – Widecombe

Local Forge

The Beauty of Dartmoor changes with every season. Wooder Manor is open all year round so that you may enjoy this beautiful landscape no matter the time of year. We also offer short breaks.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Angela Bell.

The famous Widecombe Fair dating back to about 1850, still takes place every year on the second Tuesday of September, With the famous Widecombe fair song.

Tom Pearce, Tom Pearce, lend me your grey mare

All along, down along, out along lee.

For I want to go down to Widecombe Fair

Wi’ Bill Brewer, Jan Stewer, Peter Gurney,

Peter Davy, Dan’l Whiddon, Harry Hawk,

Old Uncle Tom Cobley and all

Old Uncle Tom Cobley and all.