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The hotel was generally in need of a make-over to update it with over-priced bedroom accommodation for the standard of room and in our case facilities which didn't function. Our room at the front suffered from some early morning traffic noise. The evening meal and...More
Seven of us booked dinner for a special occasion. We had heard good reports but I am afraid it did not quite live up to these reports. Food was alright but nothing special. I had Chicken Supreme and felt a bit more chicken and less...More
This pub, set in beautiful Devonshire countryside has been popular as a pub and eatery for over 35 years
Good menu and choice of drinks, great ambience and service with welcoming and friendly staff
Nicely cooked and presented food
One slight criticism was the slightly...More
We went as part of a group of 20. Food was very good and arrived almost all together which is nice. Friendly staff and good service. Worth the walk from the stream railway in the rain! Bit expensive but a nice change.
Dinner was outstanding and a good price, tables set nicely staff friendly and helpful it was nicely decorated and there was no rush between courses or to leave, we would go again but from where we live to get there the roads are narrow so...More
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US$127 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My brother was a local doctor who used to fish the Dart and we often walked the banks, There is a good path along much of it but there are parts where it can be tricky, particularly as you get older. There is a short walk... More
My brother was a local doctor who used to fish the Dart and we often walked the banks, There is a good path along much of it but there are parts where it can be tricky, particularly as you get older. There is a short walk past the church to the railway halt down the hill which I took each morning I stayed at the hotel. It is a great area with so much to see up and down the Dart, well worth a visit.