/ Cheap Accomodation needed around Dartmoor

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Pete E - on 15 Feb 2013
How do all,

I'm in need of a bit of help: I'm looking for a cheap bunkhouse around Dartmoor for the end of the month, for five nights. Needs to be dog-friendly, and needs to be cheap (hoping less than 15 per night). I'm not looking for anything fancy, a roof, a bed and a door that closes is all really, although showers and cooking facilities would be preferable. Anyone any suggestions?

Oh, and i tried Google, before people mention, and mostly found holiday cottages that would cost more than an all-in trip to Font...
dale1968 on 15 Feb 2013
In reply to Pete E:don't know about the dog situation, but you could ring and ask... http://www.spirit-of-adventure.com/bunkhouse/powdermills
fatbuoybazza - on 15 Feb 2013
In reply to Pete E:

A half recommendation here as it was a nice enough place to stay for a couple of nights, although I seem to remember it costing 10 a night and not 8.50..

Only a half recommendation as I see they accept dogs, but dogs are to sleep in your car, but you are charged 2 per night!!, don't quite get that..
It has showers and cooking facilities..

http://runnagecampingbarns.co.uk/camping_barns.htm
Tony the Blade on 15 Feb 2013
In reply to Pete E:

There are a couple of YHA hostels in/near Dartmoor.
Wingnut - on 15 Feb 2013
In reply to Pete E:
The Fox Tor cafe in Princetown has a bunkhouse, as does the Plume of Feathers pub next door.
Pete E - on 15 Feb 2013
In reply to Pete E:

Awesome, thanks all, i'll have a look. Any more, keep em coming!
ledifer on 16 Feb 2013
In reply to Pete E:

some of the camp sites may have static caravans going cheap this time of year
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weeve on 17 Feb 2013

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