Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Lydford, Devon
Collaven Manor Hotel
Nestling on the North West edge of Dartmoor this beautiful 15th century manor house once owned by the Hamilton family is built of granite and covered in creeper and stands in four acres of picturesque gardens and paddocks. All of the nine ensuite rooms have gorgeous views are individually and tastefully furnished to a very high standard and offer a very special comfort. Guests can unwind in the cosy bar lounge where in colder weather a log fire welcomes you. From the gardens visitors can enjoy glorious views of magnificent countryside with the vista of Cornwall in front and the ragged tors of Dartmoor towering behind. Close by there are several fine 18 hole golf courses walks directly on to Dartmoor and pony trekking and riding on Dartmoor can be arranged as well as fishing. Horse racing at Newton Abbot and Devon and Exeter are just 40 minutes away and the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are within easy reach. Our Restaurant is open for evening food on most evenings but to guarantee a reservation we would recommend you reserve a table in advance. Where possible we serve a locally sourced menu including some home grown produce. Please inform us if you have any allergies or special dietary requirements that we should know about particularly regarding food We take food very seriously at Collaven and you can enjoy a four course dinner in the Hamilton Restaurant with the best of local and home grown produce. The menu changes daily with the emphasis on the best of British cooking enhanced with continental and oriental influences and also vegetarian Specialities. A selection of fine wines is available. A separate beamed Inglenook Restaurant is available for private parties. Children welcome.
Lydford Country House
The 4-star Lydford House Hotel & Restaurant is in the historic village of Lydford set amongst 8 acres of grounds within Dartmoor National Park. The National Trusts Lydford Gorge is a 15-minute walk away. And guests can enjoy the many historical land marks and public trails around this peaceful village including Lydford Castle the Church and the Saxon town banks. br / br / br / br / A grand Victorian house Lydford House Hotel has a long History and has been lovingly restored keeping many of its original features and upgraded to offer the most up to date facilities and comforts. br / br / The magnificent garden features a quiet terrace and a large expanse of lawn perfect for enjoying an Afternoon Tea Cream Tea or just relaxing in the sunshine. br / br / The spacious bedrooms at Lydford House have tea/coffee facilities and most have free Wi-Fi access. All rooms have an LCD TV and modern bathroom and some have scenic views. br / br / Guests can enjoy the lounge with a cosy open fire or relax on the terrace. br / br / The Granite Way Trail (Route 27 -Illfracombe to Plymouth) Borders Lydford House Hotel so guests cycling here benefit from easy access to the path and locked bike storage. br / br / Surrounded by breathtaking walks and cycle routes theres plenty to explore from here: the moorland market town of Tavistock is a 15-minute drive away the Cornish north coast South Devon coast and The Eden Project are all less than an hour s drive away As well as an abundance of Nation Trust and English Heritage sites in the south west.
Tinhay Mill Guest House
Suzanne & Stephen welcome you to Tinhay Mill. br / br / br / br / Our character accommodation has a cosy and relaxed atmosphere which helps our guests to unwind in this peaceful 16th Century mill cottage. Visitors are invited to share the ambience of this special old house with its beamed ceilings open fire place and timeless charm. br / br / br / br / Ideally located on the Devon and Cornwall border for exploring historical landmarks rugged coasts and the natural beauty of the West Country. Sandwiched between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor with the North Coast just a 30 minute drive away will ensure there s always plenty for the family to enjoy from Port Issac (Doc Martin country) Bocastle and the famous King Arthur s ruins at Tintagel to the Eden Project. br / br / br / br / Tinhay lies between the historic towns of Okehampton Tavistock with Buckland Abbey (Sir Francis Drake s birthplace) and just across the River Tamar into Cornwall Launceston a quaint market town with its museum and Norman castle. br / br / br / br / Whether you re holidaying in the West Country fishing the many rivers available or on business Tinhay is the ideal location and setting from which to start your day!