No the title isn’t a misspelling, it is the name of the house, a Grade 2 listed property near to Bovey Tracey and is the headquarters for the Dartmoor National Park, despite being a mile or so outside of its boundaries. It offers a simple couple of miles of walking around the River Bovey, with a bridge at either end making it a nice circular. The length of walk is up to you but around 2 miles is about right. There’s a decent café which we frequented at both ends of the walk for cake and drinks. The main reason for coming here, apart from it being a Dartmoor 365 square (the 366the one actually!!), was get out and about again and start putting one foot in front of the other in anger. A few laps around the nearby field didn’t really count, so after 2 weeks of tonsillitis I needed to start walking again, this would do nicely.