Like any stately home, it's a beautiful building on some impressive grounds.
Everything was available during our stay, it's a shame that there is no golf for novices. However archery, air rifle and clay shooting where enjoyed by my 11 year old. The instructors are excellent, well informed and professional.
Indoor pool was good, it's a shame personal hygiene isn't high on some of the guests agendas.
Food was good in both restaurants, if staying here for more than a few days it can get a bit samey. Bar is well stocked with whiskey, gin and vodka. Also a decent wine collection.
If you have dogs, they'll love it here.
I'd definitely come again if there was a special offer.
Traveller from London, UK
This family-friendly Newton Abbot hotel is located in the historical district, 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Arts & Craft Chapel, and …More
A very relaxing, warm and welcoming atmosphere, super comfy bed in 'Hay Tor' (all rooms named after tors on Dartmoor) Great selection of good places to dine nearby - the local village pub was wonderful 'The Castle'. Location was ideal for visiting the Lydford Gorge (NT) and market towns of Tavistock and Okehampton within 15 minute drive.
Traveller from Cornwall
Located in Lydford, this guesthouse is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Lydford Castle & Saxon Town and within 3 mi (5 km) of Lydford …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 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
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.