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Top 10 Dartbridge Inn Hotels

Top 10 Dartbridge Inn Hotels

1




4.7/5
Outstanding
11 Reviews
North Bovey, Dartmoor National Park, Moretonhampstead, Devon, United Kingdom
"Continue driving to a narrow distance"
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2




4.6/5
Outstanding
10 Reviews
Glazebrook House Hotel, South Brent, Devon, United Kingdom
"Set in beautiful, secluded grounds, within Dartmoor National Park, Glazebrook House Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel and restaurant with eight unique rooms and a surprise around every corner. Free private parking is available and the A38 is 5 minutes’ drive away. Scenic walks can be enjoyed in the immediate area and a National Cycle Route is accessible from the hotel. Plymouth city centre and the National Marine Aquarium are a 25-minute drive away. Torquay’s beaches are within 40 minutes' drive of Glazebrook Country House Hotel. Full English breakfasts are served in the restaurant and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel."
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3




4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
Avonwick, Ugborough, Devon, United Kingdom
"We stayed 3 nights at Turtley Corn Mill, in a very comfortable room with a nice view over the garden. Having a Nespresso machine is always a nice touch, perfect way to start the day sipping on a coffee watching the peacocks and guinea fowls roaming about the gardens. Breakfast was excellent, between the two of us we tried most options and everything was done nicely, great care is taken in selecting quality from what we saw. And dinner was also a very nice experience with a good choice of dishes on the menu and again nice honest food. Given the current situation with COVID-19, it is a surprisingly busy place, we did not expect that and there is a great team of people, young and friendly, looking after you. It is disappointing to read negative comments from some people, if you have any issues the staff is keen to discuss it with you now and there, they will fix whatever you need done. We had no issues at all, felt well looked after and sincerely enjoyed our stay. Overall a really nicely run operation, in lovely surroundings and offering quality accommodation as well as food. Well recommended."
"We arrived late 9.45pm after a delayed ferry crossing and the staff/manager were so so accommodating, keeping the chef back say they could make us something to eat. Our room Ruddy was beautiful, coffee maker was a nice touch and there is fresh milk in the honesty fridge in the hallway. Soft drinks and snacks are also available in the hallway. The whole place is beautiful, was a real shame we arrived too late to really appreciate it. Breakfast was very good, highly recommend the full English and again the breakfast waiting staff were very friendly and efficient. We did manage a quick wander around the grounds before we left and met the peacocks, chickens & ducks . I would highly recommend the Turtley Corn Mill and will certainly making a return visit."
"We decided to have a few nights away and we have here stayed and eaten here before. We havent been for a few years. this was probably our best visit and all the staff very very courteous, pleasant and welcoming. Very good Covid 19 precautions in place and all laid our very well considering the unusual building. Lovely room, some nice touches. Great breakfasts and 2 very nice evening meals and good value i must say that Sams professionalism (perhaps trained at a luxury hotel) at how she runs the front of house is outstanding and comes across through all the staff that the whole place is run so well we will definitely be back again soon"
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4




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
The Moorland Hotel Haytor Dartmoor, Newton Abbot, Devon, United Kingdom
"We booked the trip after the first lockdown as a special offer. We telephoned to make a booking only to find the confirmation that was emailed through did not show the special offer discount. So another phone call was needed to rectify the situation. All sorted in a few minutes with apologies Then read the reviews and was hesitant as the service seemed to be poor to mediocre. We went south for our trip and arrived in the village a little early so we went to The Rock for lunch in the village. Well worth a visit. After killing time we made our way back to the hotel only to find that our room was 'not quite ready, so we were invited into the lounge for complimentary tea or coffee whilst we waited . Not long after we were advised that our room was ready when we were. We checked in and asked to leave a credit card credit as per norm . Clearly explained unlike one of the reviewers We entered the room to find a welcoming letter from the management advising us about preparation for us entering under the new restrictions and the various ways our room could be serviced during our stay. All methods worked as we tried them. We were in a classic room which was adequate. Not overly large and not claustrophobic. The room was refurbished in the last couple of years to a very good standard. The bed was comfortable. The room overlooked the gardens The service in the Conservatory restaurant was undertaken by younger members of staff who were attentive and pleasant, even when they had just learned from a TV news broadcast that they were being furloughed again. The staff even policed the house rules about wearing of face masks in public areas politely and effectively Take note under the present hygiene condiments and sugar need to be requested and they come in small sachets On the negative side the hotel is dog friendly. Unfortunately poo bags from owners or the hotel seem to be in short supply. I am sure the hotel will fix this because the management seem to be very proactive in resolving issues The only other issue was the weather and this is outside of the hotels control"
"Just coming towards the end of a fabulous stay at this excellent hotel . From the first welcome this has been wonderful . The jewels in the crown are the wonderful staff , the friendly girls in the dining room both morning and evening are a delight - so young but very customer oriented- you obviously have a thorough training program - but the friendly attitude they have cannot be taught - very genuine ! The room - 107 - is comfortable with tea/coffee , fresh milk and water in fridge ( all replenished daily ) , a comfortable large bed with high class bedding, a complimentary pair of slippers and lush bathrobe . Everything you need is catered for - toiletries , fan, iron and ironing board . My only criticism, if you could call it that , is the heat in the room , even with the radiators off and the window open it is still warm . But I’m sure lots of people would enjoy this so it’s not a biggie ! The room gives a lovely view to the moor and in the far distance , Torquay, although hard to see during our visit because of the weather - it would be great in the spring and summer . The food in the conservatory is excellent - lots of choice in the morning - anything you could wish for - both hot and cold fare . The evening menu offers a good choice , there is pork, lamb, various fish dishes every night and an extra dish which changes daily for main course . Starters are the same every night except for a choice of soup . The desserts are the same except for a different hot pudding . Every night there is a ‘taster’ prior to the starter and also an extra ‘drink’ served before dessert if you require - a lovely added touch . All of the dishes are served hot and well presented. We didn’t attend the evening entertainment. Overall , a wonderful stay at the beautiful hotel , we hope to return in better weather "
"I stayed here just one night for business. i was a wild and wet and windy night. Got there in the dark, but next morning, saw the moors - it is such a beautiful spot. Check in staff were great. Bar/restaurant was friendly and foods was typical pub fare. Room had fresh milk in fridge and fruit. Water was also in fridge, lovely touch. Breakfast was included and had full-english - it was good if a little hot! Also for February, room was a bit too hot (not a complaint I expect to make in February on Dartmoor). So slept with window open but wind was pretty loud up there. Still, will definitely stay again - is best value I've had in the area - and it's dog friendly!"
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5




3.7/5
10 Reviews
Blackawton, Blackawton, Devon, United Kingdom
"My friend and I visited the hotel for a girly spa break over the February half term. We really enjoyed our stay and found a spa deal on the woucher app. The break was worth the money we spent. The initial welcome was ok albeit brief.we didn't get any info on the spa etc. Although on checking out Dee was at the desk and she was more than helpful, if only she was there on day 1. Room.- our room was clean with a lovely view of the surrounding country side. The toilet and shower was clean and was cleaned daily with fresh towels. Where our room was situated was just near the restaurant on that level. It was very noisy during the evening and we could hear noise from rooms above us. The beds however were comfortable and there is a heater in the room if it is cold. Food. The breakfast was ok, not the best cooked breakfast and some of the bar and restaurant staff seemed grumpy but Charlie was always happy and willing to help. The evening meals were more tasty and the portion sizes were really good. Spa. We really enjoyed this part of our stay. The massage for 30 mins is priced at £39 and I initially thought this was a bit pricy but it was well worth every penny. Jenny the beauty therapist was excellant. I felt totally relaxed and pampered after my massage. I wish I had phoned the spa in advance to find out the less busiest times as 9-10:30 am and 4pm to 6pm are busy and buzzing with children and parents. Avoid these times if you just want peace and serenity. The spa staff were always polite and happy to answer questions. The steam room was a tad dirty but I did see the therapists clean this area so it maybe a build up of people going in and out. The gym also was really good and had enough equipment for a good work out. Over all we would stay here again and I felt we had value for money. "
"Me and my friend booked a weekend break. It was so relaxing and chilled. Wasnt too busy and the treatments were amazing. The food in the restaurant is a set menu and price but the food was brilliant and worth the cost. Staff in all areas were great with customer service would highly recommend and am already looking at my next stay "
"Overall a good enjoyable stay. Charlie was very helpful in the restaurant, as was Dee from reception. The room was cold as the heater didn't work but we did get an electric heater so that helped. The room was noisy and a constant banging of doors was heard. The restaurant was good. Breakfast very nice as was the evening meal. Our disappointment was we were unable to experience the spar as they were all booked up and not being able to have a game of golf but that was due to the weather. We would return"
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6




0/5
0 Reviews
Landscove, Newton Abbot, Devon, United Kingdom
"Property Location Located in Totnes, Live and Let Live Inn is within a 15-minute drive of Dartmoor and Buckfast Abbey. This inn is 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Totnes Castle and 8.8 mi (14.2 km) from Preston Beach. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include electric kettles and complimentary bottled water, and you can also request irons/ironing boards. Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Dining Enjoy a meal at the restaurant or snacks in the inn's coffee shop/café. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary English breakfast is served daily from 8:30 AM to 9 AM. Business, Other Amenities Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite."
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7




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Haytor Road,Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, Devon, United Kingdom
"Well what can I say...... the location of the hotel is lovely, really peaceful and really clean.. a stones throw from Haytor.... and in the other direction the main street in Bovey. Newton Abbot only a few miles away..... The room.... a delight... really tastefully decorated, very comfy beds and looked out over the lovely front gardens, bathroom very spacious and modern. The food.... plentiful, nicely cooked and well presented... Now... the staff... you couldn't ask for more helpful, courteous or friendly staff... Joe seemed to have morphed into 6 people at one point... and then of course there was Steven...or Manuel as I ended up calling him...He made my stay.. with his humour... which I desperately needed as I had been to the funeral of a very dear and special friend. I came away wishing that I was staying for at least another month... I would return there without any hesitation..... a lovely family run/owned hotel.. a GEM. The only minus is as its an old building( previously being a school) there is no lift, and the stairs are quite steep... but there are a couple of ground floor rooms. They also have a special wing that allows dogs. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay... I'm sure you will too."
"We could not recommend this hotel enough! We had the most lovely warm welcome from the owners who made us feel at home right away. We stayed in one of the dog friendly rooms and there was a large enclosed lawn area outside specifically for those who had chosen to stay with their dogs which was brilliant! The room was very clean and had everything we could need and more! Lovely touches such as a dog bowl with treats and towels etc! The food was absolutely fantastic! Couldn't fault it! The two staff who were working the bar and the restaurant were really polite and couldn't do enough for you. The hotel is in a great location. Close to fantastic walks and the town centre of Bovey Tracey which has lots of dog friendly cafes. We will most definitely be returning to the Edgemoor Hotel!"
"We visited The Edgemoor for a short family break with two little ones. The owners and staff were so lovely, knowledgeable and went out of their way both to make us feel welcome and our stay comfortable. The hotel itself is beautiful and elegantly decorated to reflect its history as a school with a pretty outdoor seating area and lawn. The shower was easy to use and lovely and warm. Everything was sparkling clean and we felt very safe with the measures they have taken to protect everyone. The food is fine dining and of a very high standard, and the restaurant is efficiently organised. We were so impressed and had such a nice time exploring South Devon. We will definitely be back!"
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8




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
St Peters Quay, Totnes, Devon, United Kingdom
"I'm half-glass-full kinda person, so let's start with the positives. Parking for guests works well (at least in mid-season) and is free. You will share it with 'eating' as well 'staying' guests. On arrival - providing you've got the weather - you can park and head straight for a restorative beer on the ample terrace overlooking the estuary which is a pleasant place to be - tide in or out. The room we were in (#2) is imaginatively decorated in a nautical / piscine fashion and, given the age of the building, has been done pretty well.  A nice touch was the complimentary tea/coffee/hot chocolate/water, presumably to avoid this infuriating industry-trend of stopping people having a morning coffee in their room prior to taking breakfast downstairs (which, incidentally, is served to 11.00 am... I was told). So, well done there.    The young staff are (is ?) uniformly warm, pleasant and chatty. The breakfast is well-priced but we didn't partake for reasons below. Location of the inn is good, with just a short walk to Fore & Higher Street. Totnes, as a base, seems a solid choice and appears to be more of a town where people 'live & work' than solely focused on tourism. If , however, you're looking for a bit of pizzazz from your hotel destination ....then you'll be needing Salcombe...or, at a pinch, Dartmouth for that. Right: now for the more 'empty' bit. The clue is in the title: this is an 'Inn'. There's no hotel reception per se: it's the bar, so you may not take too well vying with drink-ordering customers in a busy period to check in/out. I booked in advance, so probably paid at least 10% 'overs' on the room rate. The natural price zone here would be £ 100+ and we paid £ 145.00 a night. That's ok but, of course, higher the price higher the expectations.   Maybe it's just coincidence but I had a similar experience in Bruges a couple of weeks back, so this cannot be a regional or national trend. And it's this: establishments (be it smaller or larger 'corporates') seem to have a lot of young staff that (as stated above) are really rather nice and pleasant. It's the 40+ 'lifers' that I seem to have a problem with. Maybe cynicism and complacency has set in over the years, whereas the younger crew have other plans and things to look forward to ?  You decide. We arrived around 14.30 pm, parked, went to the bar, told staff we've arrived, got the key, bought drinks and soaked up the sunshine outside. We were in no hurry, had a another round and then thought it time to take the bags upstairs. That was a good 2 hours after we arrived. On entering the room I noticed that we'd a double when, in fact, we'd booked a twin. I went downstairs, spoke to a younger member of staff who referred the request to the person who I assumed to be 'upper management' (UM). It went something like this: "I note we've a double. I think I asked for a twin. Any chance of converting it to a double or do we need to move room ?" A marginal flicker of recognition ensued, followed"
"This was the third hotel of a 3 day SW tour and jolly nice it was too. Nestled on the River Dart with a beer garden and restaurant in prime locations, this is definitely a pub with rooms but it doesn’t claim anything else. Check in was painless and we were escorted to our room which was very comfortable with a HUGE bed (3 pillow width) and still ample space for cat swinging should you be into that. The decor was subtle and tasteful and the tv came with Netflix, Prime etc which ended up being better than enduring an England football “performance”. The bathroom was well appointed and large with a lovely bath, which went unused. We ate in the restaurant where the service and food were great. We had a leisurely drink, an equally leisurely starter to share and then ordered a main course. All were delicious and filling. Overall very happy and excellent value for money! "
"I've just returned from a 2 night stay with 2 friends - what a wonderful trip! The staff at The Steam Packet Inn are so very friendly and helpful - even to the extent of giving us a lift to the train station. The rooms are fresh, spotlessly clean (thanks Lynn the housekeeper!) and have everything you need. The evening meal and huge breakfast was delicious and excellent value for money. We couldn't fault our stay and would love to return. Totnes has the fantastic, quirky, independent shops and a lovely, happy vibe. The bars and eating places are very friendly. A special shout-out to the delightful Tara and Reg at The Steam Packet Inn! Thank-you for your exceptional hospitality and congratulations to all your staff - you're all stars! Becs, Helen and Tracey"
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9




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
1 Lutterburn St, Ugborough,, Ugborough, Devon, United Kingdom
"Ok but only for one night in my opinion. Set in pretty village with 1 other pub. Pub, restaurant with accommodation. No parking as car park has been turned over to outdoor drinking area. Car parking is available in nearby square. Our main contact was a friendly helpful chap called Tom, very good service from him throughout. Accommodation was very clean, modern but rooms were really small and just a standard sized double bed. Room was hot and you will definitely need to ask for a fan on warm nights. The window only opened a tiny bit. Irritating that there was no space to put anything, a couple small shelves, no cupboards or space for a wardrobe, room became a little oppressive. Bathroom well appointed and nice powerful shower. Food was very good, we were offered a lovely window table and were seated (by Tom) only to be asked rather formally by lady whom we found a little prickly to move, as table had been specifically reserved, albeit no sign to indicate as such. We should have refused. I asked said lady for Red wine glasses only for her to “educate” me that the ones offered (tulip style if I heard correctly) were indeed Red wine ones. They weren’t and were the same size as the white ones. The other young lady who served us throughout our meal was a delight. Soup, prawns were very good but the star starter was the very plump mussels, never had any so good anywhere. The Thai curry was excellent too. Nice that we weren’t asked to vacate dining room when all other guests had left, we stayed up chatting till around 11.30pm. Breakfast was very good. "
"Enjoyed a one night stay in this inn in a pretty Devon village. Stayed in one of the cabins in the courtyard which was quiet, tastefully decorated and very clean although a bit on the small size. The bed was very comfortable and they even provided a bed, bowls and a towel for our dog for a small charge. We ate our evening meal in the bar as dogs were allowed in there. There was a good variety of food on the menu. We had an excellent full English breakfast with cereals, fresh bread, butter and jars of jams and marmalade, one of the best we’ve had for a while. The staff were very friendly and accommodating which added to our enjoyment."
"The Anchor is a lovely pub in a lovely village. Our accommodation was in the pub itself above the dining room. Poor insulation meant a lot of noise but not when we were asleep. The food was very good. The service was excellent. The young staff work incredibly hard working and are quite brilliant. The pub was buzzing in the evening and the locals were friendly and welcoming. Great place for a night or two."
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10




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Haytor Vale, Near Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, Newton Abbot, Devon, United Kingdom
"The Rock Inn does not disappoint for those who like places off the beaten track and tradition. It may seem old fashioned but it is old England as it should be rather than modern glitz. The rooms are comfortable with countryside views of this idyllic Dartmoor locatio. The dining room with bar and open log fire are welcoming and cheerful. The food and wine are first class with attentive service. A comprehensive and interesting dinner menu with mainly locally sourced food. After a good night's sleep there is a more than ample breakfast to look forward to. We will be back again."
"We booked a family meal for 8 plus a child and an infant. We were seated very comfortably (including high chair) in this gorgeous building. Warm helpful welcome - coats taken etc. Service throughout was excellent and we had a leisurely 3 courses and a very pleasant afternoon. Food is of a high standard. We parked on the road/hill on the approach to the pub, which was recommended by another Trip Advisor review, and that worked well for us. "
"We went to The Rock Inn twice during our stay in Dartmoor last autumn, even though it wasn't too close to where we stay--because our first visit was so good. As was the second. This is a very attractive pub: great food, real ale, attentive and helpful staff, fire in the hearth, and no video games. The menu is inventive, but reasonably priced. My wife has celiac disease, and there were many gluten-free options for her. We'll be back."
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