Little Holme is a picturesque thatched holiday Lustleigh Cottage on the village green in the heart of Lustleigh, on Dartmoor in South Devon. Lustleigh is described by The Times and Daily Telegraph as one of the prettiest villages in England.
Photographs of Little Holme featured in both newspapers and Little Holme was once named by The New York Times “The archetypal English Cottage”. It has been featured on chocolate boxes, tapestries, photographs, paintings and cards. It has roses and honeysuckle round the front door.
The Cleave is an historic pub nearby serving excellent food. Up the lane from Little Holme is the recently refurbished Primrose Cottage. Famous for coffees, cream teas and light meals. Across the village green the local shop, “The Dairy” sells milk, bread, fresh and frozen food, fruit and vegetables, mostly locally sourced, and alcohol, newspapers, cards, etc.