The Three Hares hut is named after a mystical symbol of three hares chasing each other in a circle. It has its origins in 6thC China and is found in sites sacred to Buddhism, Islam and Christianity across Europe and Asia.
The Three Hares are found on roof bosses in many Dartmoor churches including Widecombe-on-the Moor and may be a sign of patronage by the tin mining community. The meaning is uncertain but the symbol is often associated with peace and tranquillity.
Hares may occasionally be seen in the fields of Kerswell Farm.
Wonderful view towards Dartmoor and the setting sun
Comfortable Double Bed
Toshiba 22” Flat-screen HD TV/DVD
Free Wi-Fi with ultra-fast (Starlink) internet access
Shower Cubicle with Power Shower
Electric Towel Rail
Beaumont and Brown Towels
Fully equipped Kitchen Area
Outside Table and Chairs
Private Lit Parking
£110 per night (min 2 nights) from 1 April - 30 September 2024 - 7-day rate £650
THE THREE HARES
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