Phoned ahead to say we would arrive around 10pm. Receptionist offered to have sandwiches made up for our arrival as the kitchen would be closed after our long journey. He was true to his word and the sandwiches were delicious and fresh.
Located in Chagford, this luxury inn is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Stone Lane Gardens and within 6 mi (10 km) of Castle Drogo and …More
Beautiful setting, superb staff, and very continental. The food is modern small portion many courses style and changes very little day to day. It is expensive but would be good for a two night special occasion.
Traveller from US
Located in Gidleigh, this luxury hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Stone Lane Gardens, Castle Drogo, and Fernworthy Lake. Arts …More
We have stayed here before. Our room was described as cosy. It was infacr huge. One of the new rooms in Courtyard. Large bed, sumptuous ensuite. Breakfast up to normal high standard, staff superb as usual.
Traveller from England
Located in Dartmoor, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Tavistock Farmers Market, Tamar Valley Donkey Park, and Tavistock …More
Fantastic B&B, very comfortable room and the hotel staff were so friendly.
Nice pub in walking distance which does food.
Really yummy brekkie at B&B. Thank you for our enjoyable visit, we'd recommend and come again x :) x
Located in Cheriton Bishop, this guesthouse is 4.9 mi (7.9 km) from Castle Drogo and within 12 mi (20 km) of Stone Lane …More
We visited Postbridge as it was where our Great Uncle was evacuated during the War. We had a lovely stay even though the weather was a bit off! A beautiful part of the country - hope to return at some point!
Traveller from Oxfordshire
Located in Postbridge, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of clapper bridge and National Park Visitor Centre …More
We were very pleased with our stay at the Moorland. The room we had was at the quieter end of the hotel. We were glad to book through Expedia which gave us a more reasonable room rate as both the wedding rate and the rate quoted on the hotel website rate was more expensive for a standard room! Bizarre!
We were a little disappointed that the breakfast was such a busy time and had to wait to be seated before we were able to enjoy the buffet breakfast.
There were some items of breakfast unavailable to us as the serving dishes had not been replenished.
It was a lovely time in all and the staff were very pleasant and friendly.
Traveller from Plymouth
Located in Dartmoor, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Drake's Leat and within 3 mi (5 km) of Buckland Abbey and RAF …More
Stayed here before with my late mother. Came down to visit my parents grave. Hotel was perfectly situated for all amenities.
My mum loved the hotel. She used to recall sitting on the wall of the church opposite as a child and watching the dancing that took place in the now restaurant. She made an promise to her mother (my gran) that she would stop at the hotel one day. Luckily I was able to see that promise kept for her - albeit when she was in her 80's. But she loved it. Brought back lots of very happy memories. So stopping here myself was a memory jolt for me and something I will gladly do again and whole heartedly recomment to others.
I do love the acceptance of dogs and the little welcome gift you put out for them - nice touch.
Thank you for a wonderful stay and constant smiles it bought me.
Traveller from Birmingham
Located in Dartmoor, this hotel is steps from Tavistock Farmers Market and Tavistock Pannier Market. Country Cheeses and …More
A fascinating contrast of wild empty landscapes, manicured beauty spots and picture-postcard villages, Dartmoor is one of southern England's last wildernesses, where ponies, sheep, and cattle graze freely. Most popular for day-trippers is the south east of the moor with wooded valleys and cascading streams. The central and northern parts feature wild open moorland with imposing rock outcrops ('tors'). The whole area is a walker's paradise.