Exploring Devon

Wolf Valley sits on the edge of one of the UK's greenest counties. Devon is rich with nature and is home to many beautiful spots such as the vast Dartmoor National Park, quaint villages and stunning country walks.

Roadford Lake

For water sports

Just a short drive around the corner from Wolf Valley is Roadford Lake, a stunning reservoir fed by the river Wolf. It’s a popular spot for dog walking and watersports. Rent a kayak, paddleboard or canoe from Roadford Activity Centre and have fun on the water. You can then recharge over a coffee and a tasty snack in the Roadford Lake Cafe.


For the explorer

Wolf Valley sits on the outskirts of this beautiful national park. Dartmoor is over 300 square miles of luscious moorland, dotted with characteristic rock formations, as well as forests, rivers and wetlands. It’s a haven for hikers, with miles of track to be explored and many Dartmoor ponies, cattle and other wildlife to meet along the way.

City Life

For the shopper

Less than an hour’s drive away is the charming city of Exeter. The place doesn’t have the feel of an overly big, busy city yet there is still plenty of shops and cafes to enjoy. There is an impressive cathedral to be admired and a gorgeous quayside, which is the perfect spot for an afternoon stroll and a pint by the water.

Country Life

For Slowing down

Sometimes we just need a reset – and the countryside is the best place to do that. Wolf Valley is surrounded by rolling green hills and public footpaths waiting to be explored. The property sits within 40 acres of secluded private grounds, surrounded by a wooded valley, four large fishing lakes and green fields. It’s a walker’s paradise. 

Back at Base

A space to wind down

Wolf Valley is all about relaxation. Escape the hustle and bustle of busy cities and retreat to our cabin for a moment of peace. This secluded area has little light pollution, meaning on clear evenings you can enjoy a beautiful starry sky. Swap the sounds of spluttering neighbourhood traffic for the gentle humming of nearby wildlife. The cabin comes stocked with books, a TV and plenty of space to playing evening games if you fancy a snug night in with a glass of wine and the central heating turned up.