This hotel has an excellent location right by the main attractions in town, and a lovely historic character with fitting decor in the common areas. The single bedroom I had was a good size with excellent bed, but the furnishings were not in keeping with the room and the shower might be rather difficult ...
Owner is very friendly, helpful and enthusiastic. Breakfast is excellent.
Beautifully decorated and well appointed rooms. Incredibly helpful and friendly staff. We didn't experience any noise from the pub below. Great stay all round.
Unique for this B&B is the hospitality of Iain and Jack. They make for you a delicious breakfast every morning and serve it in their kitchen. In the evening you can read a book in their superb living room. So many details in their house. A pleasure to see around. The bedroom and bathroom are very ...
The owners, Brad & Gill were so friendly and helpful. There has been so much attention to detail put into the rooms, Netflix, a mini Bluetooth speaker, Nespresso machine and so much more, just made for an absolutely delightful stay. Will certianly be looking to go back!
A warm welcome from the owners, we thouroughly enjoyed our stay at No58. Every detail has been thought about to make it a fabulous and luxurious place to stay. We would not hesitate to stay there again when visiting Tavistock.
Perfect host's, great room, convenient and ell juts lovely
Tavistock Pannier Market is a good place to visit.
It is located in Dartmoor, approximately 85 miles away from Bristol. If you're keen to get off the beaten track, this destination is for you.
Consider staying at one of the area's ritzy hotels to make sure that you get a terrific night's sleep. The Sandhill House Country Retreat and the Drake Manor Inn are distinguished options that provide truly superior comfort and service.
Dukes Coffee House is a well-known spot not far from Tavistock Pannier Market. Sightseers in need of a quick pick-me-up venture here for coffee and treats. If you are looking for a meal, taste the local fare at Tavistock Museum. And finally, wander to Kingdon House Community Association. Have a drink and mingle with your traveling pals.