Best Accommodations in Devon

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Right from the word go the view "wowed" us and still does every time we come home and turn the corner at the top of the lane. Guests often comment that you can "hear" the peace and quiet. We feel lucky to have found such a beautiful part of the country to live, a friendly village with a real community feel, not far from the market town of Honiton for
Padbrook Park Hotel was opened in 2005 by Susan and Garry Scargill. With team members spanning up to 12 years of service, Padbrook Park Hotel prides itself on being family run with nothing being too much trouble for the experienced and hardworking team. Located at the southern end of Cullompton in Devon, our facilities range from Hotel Bedrooms, Ripleys
Set in the heart of the beautiful Dartmoor medieval village of South Zeal. A fabulous village stores, cafe and Post Office a few metres away. We have stunning views of The Dartmoor National Park yet only 5 minutes off the A30 to Cornwall and only 20 minutes from Exeter. From 2001 the beautiful building had begun to fall into a poor state of repair.
The house was lovingly and extensively restored to its former glory ensuring all the original features including 200 year old sash windows, ornate cornices and fireplaces were brought back to life but with a modern aspect creating a boutique hotel in Tavistock Devon. Our aim is to create a luxurious and sumptuous environment for our guests to relax
Brimpts Farm has been an integral part of the Dartmoor National Park's landscape for generations and we hope to maintain this long into the future. We try to ensure all our commercial activities are geared towards continued development and preservation of our natural resources for the benefit of this and future generations. Underpinning all our activities
Wendy and Penny of Woolacombe Cottages have run the family business for over 15 years, helping people explore and enjoy North Devon. Woolacombe Cottages HQ is based on their family farm, near Woolacombe, where Penny, at every opportunity, sets off to ride horseback along one of the many bridle paths and byways that crisscross North Devon, or gallop
Westward Living is a family owned business offering luxurious self-catering holiday cottages in Westward Ho! North Devon. The proprietors Kathy and Chris Murdoch live with their 3 young boys & Raffles the cheeky black Labrador within the grounds. Both Kathy and Chris are passionate about their local area of Westward Ho! and love nothing more than sharing
Their aim is offer a unique, luxurious boutique bed and breakfast experience in their 400-year-old Devon longhouse which is set in the idyllic landscape of the South Hams. Graham spent his professional life in education but after 17 years in the Middle East, leading a large group of international schools, he has returned to Devon to run the Kerswell
Annie has lived most of her life in North Devon. She grew up at Pickwell Manor Farm a couple of miles away, and went to school in the neighbouring village of Georgeham. Her grandmother ran Pickwell Manor hotel for many years, and her mother had holiday flats for rent on the farm. Annie met husband Aldo while living in Australia for a time, but they
Nigel and Caroline Lamacraft took over the Bridge House Hotel in 2013 and after refurbishing, the doors of "Bridge House" have opened again as a licensed restaurant serving "proper good food". Having run the popular and busy "Avocet Caf" in Topsham for 9 years, the couple were seeking a new challenge and a move to the country. Bampton fitted the bill
At South Allington House we are proud of our green credentials and we want to do our bit to help protect the world for future generations. Our Environmental Policy includes using energy-saving lightbulbs, Biomass boiler and wind turbine, using dispensers to reduce plastic waste, and using water butts in the grounds. We use environmentally-friendly cleaning
Dating back to the 17th century, the Smuggler's Haunt was originally 2 cottages, and was the residence of notorious Devonshire smuggler Bob Elliot in 1851. Following a large find of tobacco, he escaped Revenue men by being placed in a large coffin built in the carpenter shop, which is now the hotel's reception area. Under recent new ownership, the hotel
Set in the heart of South Devon we have 11 beautiful well-equipped cottages for you to choose from. From the Farmhouse which sleeps 10, down to the intimate and cosy Bow cottage, perfect for two, we have something to cater for everyone's needs. Every cottage is equipped to a five-star standard and has everything you need to enjoy the best self-catering
We are a family run bed and breakfast and we think that we know what it takes to make your stay away from home an enjoyable one. Established in 1954 and passed down through four generations, we take pride in our ability to make all of our guests feel warmly welcomed and comfortable as soon as they arrive. Our knowledgeable and helpful staff will ensure
We are Lizzie, Nathan, Jessica and Amelia! Lizzie previously headed up a team of Equine Veterinary Nurses in a large referral veterinary practice in Berkshire and Nathan was in the communications sector. Both of us worked shifts and were quite often "like passing ships in the night". We had always dreamt of running our own business and after our first
The Spinney has been around since 1750. Over the years, as you'd expect, it's seen a few additions and changes. It's been a rectory for the Arch Deacon of Barnstaple, a hunting lodge, and a family home. In its most recent incarnation, it's a guest house. And it's a pretty good one too, if we say so ourselves. The most recent owner, Marie-Ann, has been
We have two beautiful Double/Twin/Single rooms available in our Exeter B&B, each with their own en-suite bathrooms. We also have have one Family bedroom with a private bathroom with a bath & shower (towels and toiletries are provided). All of our bedrooms contain a radio, hairdrier, television and tea & coffee making facilities. There is also free wireless