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Stayed one night only criticism is I had a low roof in my room so could not even fit in the shower which I feel should have been informed about. But check in was great polite friendly staff even breakfast was amazing and tasty and staff made sure you were looked after
Manor Hotel£41Manor Hotel£41
The service was good and the breakfast was nice, the bed is incredibly comfortable and the room is cosy, in my room the sockets were not near the bed, occasionally the wifi would cut off and the tv often became fuzzy and I would have to turn the tv off and back on, it is near a busy road but not ...
Great Western Hotel£58Great Western Hotel£58
The staff were really helpful and thoughtful, the room was nice and clean. Fairly basic facilities, but all in good condition. Lots of steep stairs, which could be an issue for some people but all good really.
The White Hart Hotel£33The White Hart Hotel£33
The hotel was in a great location just outside Exeter, a little difficult to find but worth it. Staff were very accomadating. Restaurant closed at 8.30 so arriving at 8.45 wasn't great however the staff fixed up some food. Breakfast was excellent.
The Tumbling Weir Hotel & Restaurant£88The Tumbling Weir Hotel & Restaurant£88
Very good, food lovely and the staff very good. Stayed for business, and unfortunately had to leave before breakfast. Hotel arranged for me to have a packed lunch instead, ham & tomato sandwich, crisps, water, x2 chocolate bars and fruit. Very impressed.
The Fox & Hounds Hotel£58The Fox & Hounds Hotel£58
As Devon has such a rich diversity of landscapes, coastlines and cultural attractions in the big towns and cities, it is little wonder that there are plenty of excellent two star hotels here. These make the perfect base for you to explore the inner moorlands of Devon as well as the famously beautiful, indented coastline with its old tin workings, historic ruins and family destinations like Powderham Castle or Castle Drogo near Exeter. If you happen to be coming to Devon on a business trip you'll also find all your office and internet needs met in the two star hotels here.
In the bigger towns and cities of Devon such as Totnes, Exeter and Plymouth there's something to do for all the family, whilst along the coastline there are numerous sheltered coves and bays that are great for a fun day out. By basing yourself at one of Devon's well-appointed two star hotels you'll be within easy road and rail access of just about anywhere in the county. Many visitors tend to concentrate on just one part of Devon and get to know it well, especially if it's their first time here, but Devon is so rich in attractions that it would take you a lifetime to see them all!
Devon's many excellent two star hotels, such as the TLH Derwent Hotel in Torquay, offer fine accommodation at a competitive price and have all the services and facilities you need for a brilliant break here. There is always a comfortable lounge-bar in which to relax with a drink, and a well-appointed dining room is just the thing for a refreshing breakfast and evening meal. Spend the day exploring the many attractions of Devon before dining on fresh, locally-sourced cuisine at the end of the day. If you're in Devon on business you'll have meeting room facilities available and equipment like photocopying and that all-important reliable broadband internet connectivity. All guests have easy access to laundry and dry cleaning facilities, and many two star hotels in Devon will allow you to bring a pet along.
Devon makes a particularly good choice if you're interested in outdoor activities of all kinds. For walkers and ramblers the county is a veritable paradise, and if you base yourself at a 2 star hotel at towns like the county capital Exeter you'll have quick and easy access to the many walking routes across the moorland. The coastline too is pretty spectacular, and what can be more romantic and bracing than exploring the Jurassic cliffs around Paignton on foot? Boating and surfing enthusiasts also love the Devon coastline for its exciting caves and rocky inlets, sheltered bays and unspoilt fishing villages. Visit all these places from your 2 star hotel in Devon and enjoy all the outdoor fun you can imagine.
The caves and rivers of Devon penetrate deep inland and were the haunt of smugglers in Napoleonic times, and this adds another exciting dimension to any walking tour of the coastline.