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  • Sandiford Range cookers with twin hobs and ovens
  • Log Burning Fire – logs supplied for arrival and available during stay
  • Central heating
  • Power showers
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing Machine/Dryer combination
  • TV/DVD/Stereo combination
  • Microwave, toaster, iron, kettle, hairdryer etc
  • Integrated fridge and freezer
  • Chinkwell Tor Chinkwell Tor

    Chinkwell Tor

    • 3 x large double bedrooms
    • 2 x bathrooms
    • Private garden and parking
    • Large inner hall
    • Range cooker
    • Log fire

    Chinkwell Tor was originally the kennels for the farm and estate. Located in the upper yard level, it is enclosed by a granite wall and has a sheltered lawned garden outside the front door. It’s elevated position affords great views over the roof of Hay Tor cottage below to Ripon Tor in the distance.

  • The living accommodation of each cottage is laid out in open plan form to ensure maximum feeling of space, light, views and that no one is feeling left out of it in the kitchen!

    All guests of the lower cottages benefit from the direct use of HolywellField,directly below the yard and accessible from the rear of the cottages.

  • SaddleTor SaddleTor

    Saddle Tor

    • 4 x large double bedrooms
    • 4 x bathrooms
    • Private garden and parking
    • Superb galleried landing
    • Range cooker
    • Log fire

    Saddle Tor was converted from the original Threshing Barn and has a feature groundfloor bedroom built in what was the old “Round House”. This is one of the largest cottages at Holwell and boasts four large bedrooms each with kingsize beds and an ensuite shower/bathroom per bedroom.

  • HoundTor HoundTor


    • 3 x large double bedrooms (1 kingsize)
    • 2 x bathrooms
    • Private garden and parking
    • Quirky “kids” mini-door to yard
    • Range cooker
    • Log fire

    Hound Tor has many features betraying it’s original purpose. A small “mucking out” door from the kitchen to what would have been the “midden” and rings on the walls where the horses were tethered. The two wooden stays marking out where the stalls would have laid and the buttresses outside where once a bridge spanned from the Threshing Barn opposite to transport the hay for storage above the stables.