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South West England

South West England is a mixture of beautiful countryside, stunning coastal paths and much more. Unwind with a relaxing walk across the moors or take a trip on a narrowboat in Wiltshire. The region has a range of accommodaiton to suit all tastes from boutique hotels to B&Bs, ideal for short breaks or relaxing holidays.
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The George is located in Devon’s smallest town, Hatherleigh. The pub is famous for its lively and welcoming atmosphere, and provides the highest standards of freshly cooked food, drink and effortless service. Soft modern furnishings complement the traditional and historic building features, creating a warm, inviting feel. A pub with pub values offered with style, charisma and personality.
Set majestically on the bubbling upper reaches of the River Teign, Gidleigh Park enjoys an exquisite location on the very edge of Dartmoor National Park.
Set majestically on the bubbling upper reaches of the River Teign, Gidleigh Park enjoys an exquisite location on the very edge of Dartmoor National Park.
Nestled within 107 acres of gardens in Dartmoor National Park, Gidleigh Park is an idyllic country retreat, perfect for an intimate wedding celebration.
Stone Lane Gardens is a lovely woodland and water garden, with National Collections of birch and alder trees. Between May and October, the garden hosts the Mythic Garden sculpture exhibition, showing imaginative artwork in a wide variety of media. The garden is open 7 days a week, all year round.
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Fresh produce is a passion of the owners and under the guidance of Head Chef Tom Butt the hotel offers simple good food served with flair
A former coaching inn set on the River Taw, the Fox & Hounds Country hotel offers comfortable and generous accommodation with good old fashioned friendly service. Dogs are welcome and there are 6 acres of grounds to explore.
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Mill End Hotel lies on the River Teign, in Dartmoor National Park, close to all the rugged beauty of the area, but just 10 minutes from the A30.
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With a classic English menu encompassing modern twists, our restaurant at Mill End is a highlight for both new and returning guests for its seasonally changing menus, beautifully presented dishes, and excellent value for money. The quality of the food, including free range eggs, vegetables and the finest of beef is the result of Devon itself, with its extensive range of high quality local produce and the freshest of fish caught of the Devon and Cornish coasts. The team in the kitchen, l...
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Lydford House is a unique and inspiring place -perfectly situated to explore Dartmoor National Park by bike or on foot. A haven for nature lovers.
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The Castle Drogo garden is a terraced garden with yew hedges, herbaceous borders and a rose garden. There is also a rhododendron garden, a croquet lawn and the Bunty House (Wendy House).
Explore a castle hidden deep in the Devon Countryside Designed by Edward Lutyens, Castle Drogo in Exeter is an imposing granite edifice created for millionaire Julius Drewe at the first part of the 20th century. In dire need of renovations, it is currently the subject of a fund-raising campaign by the National Trust to restore it to its former glory. In a hugely dramatic setting high above the Teign Gorge with panoramic views across Dartmoor, the interior has fabulous family portraits...
The Red Lion Inn is a traditional West Country pub with style, right in the heart of Chulmleigh. The historic pub presents a warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere. Known at the 'Pride of Chulmleigh' the Red Lion seeks to serve a good selection of beers and locally brewed real ales and fine wine. Along with stylish ensuite rooms the Red Lion is a must visit. Parking available on-site.
Bovey Castle is located on 275 acres of Dartmoor National Park in Devon, with 60 bedrooms and 22 lodges located in the grounds. The hotel has two restaurants, t
Bovey Castle was built in 1907 and is located on Dartmoor National Park, Devon. The hotel is situated on a moorland estate, surrounded by 275 acres of a mixture of manicured gardens, lakes, the river Bovey and an 18 hole golf course. The hotel is situated in a valley with sweeping views across the valley and the National Park.
The golf course at Bovey Castle is a challenging and beautiful 18-hole championship course, designed in 1926 by J F Abercromby, one of the finest British golf course designers of the last century. When the course opened in 1930, it quickly gained national acclaim for its reputation as one of the most enjoyable places to play golf. Designed to rival its sister courses at Gleneagles and Turnberry, this course has been described as an experience of golf never to be forgotten, presenting the p...
Stylish, contemporary and unashamedly indulgent; the Bovey Castle estate hides 14 three-storey country lodges within its grounds, all in keeping with the environment beyond. Fashioned from local granite and vaulted with English oak, each property echoes the enduring character of Devon's ancient moorlands. Shaded by woodland, bordered by lakes and manicured lawns, the lodge becomes your own private sanctuary – set within more than 400 acres of Devon countryside and minutes away from the lux...
The Spa at Bovey Castle is a sanctuary tucked away from the bustle of modern life. Echoing the tranquillity and therapeutic flow of the River Dart, these bespoke spa experiences have been created to relax, revive and restore the body and spirit. The dedicated team of therapists together hold a wealth of knowledge and experience encouraging a respect and understanding of the body that is both rare and valuable. Housed in the Orangery, the hotel's indoor Art Deco swimming pool overlooks...
Great Western Restaurant is just a little bit special. We're not in the market for stuffy dining where you feel like you need to whisper behind your napkin. Great Western Restaurant is relaxed and comfortable, yet upscale and classy. We call it ‘exclusive dining' actually, purely because it's an experience you won't find anywhere else. Our roots are firmly planted in classical cookery, recalling the glamour of the restaurant's Art Deco origins and echoes of a bygone era. They say the f...
Imagine the best pubs in the land. You'll be thinking countryside views, roaring fires, welcoming atmosphere, cosy seating and delicious aromas drifting from the kitchens. Got an image in your head? Well, Smith's Brasserie is that, but better. Relaxed and inviting, bang on trend yet unpretentious and most certainly classic British dining at its best. Smith's is the kind of place where you can dress up and make it special with a glass of Champagne or dress it down and bring the kids for a ...
Explore One of Britain's best Gardens Set in the verdant Torridge Valley in Devon, RHS Garden Rosemoor is an award-winning garden with glorious displays for every season, meaning people return time and again for ideas, inspiration or simply to enjoy a marvellous day out. From Lady Anne´s original garden to the rose gardens (with over 200 varieties), the fruit and vegetable garden, the arboretum, lake and bog garden, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Combine your visit with one...
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Lydgate House is situated in 36 acres of its own grounds overlooking the East Dart river. There are 7 en-suite bedrooms, a guest lounge and a restaurant (Tuesday to Saturday ).
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Brook Farmhouse is an ancient thatched farmhouse, full of charm and character with comfortable and spacious accommodation. Tucked away in a peaceful Devon valle
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Dartington Crystal has something for all of the family. The factory experience lets you see and hear the fascinating story of over 50 years of craftsmanship. Ta
Torr Cottage is a boutique hotel with a difference, indulge in the ambience and luxury of this small and special Award Winning 5-star accommodation offering Bed and Breakfast. Beautiful en-suite rooms, each with logfire, private garden and terraces. At the streamside, there is a hidden valley and in the summer guests have use of our heated pool. Set in 28 acres of land and close to Eden Project, Dartmoor, coasts and gardens. ETC 5 Star Gold Award, AA 5 Star Gold Award. ETC and AA Breakfast A...
The ultimate Dartmoor country house hotel. Crackling log fires, luxury bedrooms, award-winning dining and an amazing riverside setting
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Mount Tavy Cottage is a 250 year old former gardener's cottage on the edge of Dartmoor National Park over looking a lake.
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Make your next stop the Old Tavistock Railway Station Cottages, a unique trio of five-star self-catering getaways in the picturesque World Heritage town of Tavistock in Devon. Retaining its character and period detail, the station was named Best Restored Railway Station by the NRHA in 2011 and offers accommodation with a difference. Ideal for family holidays, stay in the old Porter's Office, or the Ticketing Hall , both cottages sleep up to 4 people. Enjoy their one-of-a-kind features like di...
Historic hotel in the heart of Tavistock with beautiful bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant
This 19th century shooting and fishing lodge has been sensitively converted by designer Olga Polizzi. The beautiful wood panelled dining room with its views over the grounds is a decidedly chintz free zone and sets an elegant, restrained stage for chef Chris Dyke's Mediterranean-influenced cooking. Starters range from a very classic red mullet soup, with crouton and saffron rouille to a more adventerous creation of pan-fried John Dory, pear puree, pickled vegetables and trompette noir mushroo...
Explore the beautiful Dartmoor National Park Take a gentle stroll surrounded by classic English scenery at Dartmoor National Park, which covers 368 square miles of stunning views in south west England. This makes it the largest and wildest area of open land in this part of the country. There are more than 450 miles of public rights of way (so walking to suit everyone) plus many cycle routes on and off-road. Take a stroll in spring for the bluebell carpets, inhale the scent of pink heat...
50 acres of historic parkland set against the breath-taking 18th century Palladian Mansion house built as the Earl of Fortescue's family home, with temples, fol
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The Horn of Plenty is a small boutique hotel on the Cornwall/Devon border. Expect luxury accommodation, stunning views, excellent food, garden, terraces
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The Horn of Plenty has been renouned as one of Devon's finest restaurants for over 50 years. Expect local produce, stunning views and excellent staff.
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A stunning wedding venue just outside Tavistock on the Devon/Cornwall border, The Horn of Plenty offers bespoke weddings with stunning views.
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Barnabas House is an Edwardian Villa set on a quiet lane on the edge of Dartmoor with 6 spacious bedrooms and locally sourced award-winning breakfast.
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Country escape Award winning B&B, on Tarka Trail near Exmoor, Barnstaple & RHS Rosemoor. 1520 farmhouse & barn with 6 bedrooms & Devon Wildlife farm trail.
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The Garden House has inspired numerous celebrity gardeners over the years and once you step foot in this quiet Devon valley idyll, you'll see why. The garden is actually several gardens in one, rolling across ten acres, all with their own personalities and features. Wide pathways lead you through them all, and there are plenty of benches to stop and enjoy the far-reaching views. Admire the colourful, two-acre walled garden that surrounds the old ruins of Buckland's medieval vicarage, and lose...
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Arranged nurseries, astounding accommodation and the polished Seasons Bar and Brasserie are among the latest increments to the hotel. Include delicious cooking and a large group of additional items going from 24-hour room administration to a Tesla electric vehicle charging point and you have all the ingredients for amazing experiences in sensational surroundings.
Combrew Farm Cottages offer luxury self-catering accommodation for people looking to holiday in North Devon, located within 140 acres of the beautiful scenic co
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Set by the River Taw, the Imperial Hotel is the main luxury Hotel in Barnstaple and the encompassing North Devon area. With its broad oak staircase and sumptuous delicate furnishings, the Imperial Hotel catches the enchantment and style of a dazzling of a country house.
An amazing structure with a fitness centre and an outside pool open throughout the entire year, Hotel du Vin Exeter flaunts free WiFi, a bar and 24-hour front work area. All rooms have an en-suite washroom with free toiletries and a rainstorm shower, and some have a bath. Modern touches include a flat-screen TV and a Nespresso coffee machine. The library has more than 750 books while the spa offers a choice of beauty treatments. For some activity, visitors can utilize the fitness centr...
Dartmoor Halfway Inn is situated on the A383 with free on-site parking. offering accommodation, dining and relaxing
Explore the fascinating Buckland Abbey Garden A site brimming with history, Buckland Abbey Garden and Estate tells a 700-year-old tale that starts with the Cistercian monks who made this beautiful Devon spot their home and involves the great sailors Grenville and Drake. Besides the wonderful abbey, which is half museum and half house, you'll discover woodlands, orchards and meadows to wander through at your leisure, all looking over the dramatic Tavy Valley. Grab a leaflet showing you t...
Explore the fascinating Buckland Abbey The one-time home of Sir Francis Drake, Buckland Abbey in Yelverton, Devon, is packed with fascinating memorabilia from the great man's travels. Take a stroll around the furnished rooms and interactive museum galleries which narrate the tale not only of Drake and his adventures but also naval commander and explorer Sir Richard Grenville. Look out for Drake's Drum which the great sailor took on all his expeditions and which is said to beat if Englan...
On the edge of Barnstaple, this luxury hotel is conveniently situated for visiting the golden beaches of Croyde, Woolacombe and Saunton, all of which are east o
This fantastic family day out is perfect in any weather and opens throughout winter (check for exact days & times). There's something for everyone: rollercoasters, huge death slides and laser shooting to bird of prey displays, dodgems and sci-fi memorabilia. All rides and shows included in one entry fee - and in the holidays you'll love the special events too!
The Cotehele Estate consists of Cotehele House (a Tudor Manor house with formal gardens), Cotehele Mill (with a working water wheel), Cotehele Quay (where Shamrock, a Tamar sailing barge built in 1899, is moored) and 1,300 acres of woodland and fields.
The Cotehele Estate is made up of Cotehele House, Cotehele Quay and Cotehele Quay. The house is a Tudor manor house, with charming gardens. The Mill's water wheel is still in operation, and the Quay is home to the Shamrock, a Tamar sailing barge, which dates to 1899). There are also 1300 acres of grounds and woodland.
Exeter's respected 18-hole golf course has both water features and challenging fairways, and is set in 120 acres of parkland, which wraps around the club's Georgian manor house, Wear Park. Golf lessons are available, and there is a well-stocked Pro Shop, with an indoor golf simulator.