On the edge of the wild moor

Despite its secluded position, Bernard’s Acre is only about 2 miles from the A30 dual carriageway which in turn connects with the M5 just outside Exeter. The nearest village is Belstone, and the town of Okehampton is about 10 minutes drive away.

Bernard’s Acre is reached by a narrow road, which ends as a track with space in Bernard’s Acre to park several cars.

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After crossing the stream at the bottom of the garden you are at the foot of Cosdon Hill (Cawsand Beacon), one of the highest points on the moor. Please refer to Ordnance Survey Leisure Map 28 to see the position of Bernard’s Acre. Full instructions on how to reach Bernard’s Acre can are detailed in the Bernard’s Acre Leaders’ Information.

For more information about Dartmoor, please visit www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk. Bernard’s Acre is ideally suited to walking on the Moor but please do not lead groups onto moorland without relevant experience or qualifications.

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