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Lovely building with very helpful staff and gorgeous pool. The road at the front was rather noisy for us country bumpkins so it's worth asking for a room at the back. Would recommend this though and would go again.
Easily accessed hotel with good parking and excellent facilities. Easy to walk to the nearby Cathedral Close and a host of beautiful buildings and city amenities which made our visit to the city one which we can recommend to our friends and family. A really good experience.
Well located for the town centre and with nice views over the estuary. The décor is elegant as is the ambience, but thoroughly modern in amenities and services, though the Wi-Fi is very slow - which may not be an issue for everyone.
Although it was just a 2 night stop over we wish we could have stayed longera and spent our whole holiday there. Everything about the hotel was great and we will definitely be back
All the facilities were excellent, staff were friendly and attentive. The food served in the restaurants was superb. Well worth the money we paid for our stay.
Stayed six nights in the Yeo Dale, a very interesting and well-restored georgian house run by a very able couple and their friendly helpers. Enjoyed excellent vegetarian breakfasts and one evening opted for an evening meal which they will make for guests on 24 hours notice. This too was excellent. ...
Only stayed for one night, Ideal location in central Totnes, however, for the price would expect breakfast to be included. Excellent food downstairs in pub and reasonable prices. Staff were extremely friendly.
Excellent hotel, plenty of character and charm. Old but not tired, hotel has been updated. Staff were great, breakfast was also top quality. Would stay there again.
I stayed for one night and had the room by the road. Didn't hear any noise and had a very comfortable night. The room is a bit dated, but very clean and comfortable. It had everything I needed. They even left a nice piece of cake for me. There's a shop open till late 100yards away so you can pick ...
Devon has more than its fair share of cultural and natural attractions. Famous for everything from its cream teas to its tin mines, smugglers and plenty of legends and fabulous tales, Devon is a playground for the young and a source of endless interest for the older and the wiser. When you come to visit England's most attractive county, why not pamper yourself a bit and stay at one of the many four star hotels here?
Visit Devon at any time of the year, but particularly during the summer months, and you'll find all sorts of places to visit and things to do. Take a boat along the indented coastline from Brixham or Paignton and explore the myriad secret coves and bays with their smugglers' caves and fabulous offshore wildlife. Surfers and boating enthusiasts come from across the United Kingdom to enjoy the beaches and attractions like unspoilt fishing ports, and walkers love the wilds of Dartmoor and Exmoor in the interior. If you're a fan of the Arthurian romances you must make the pilgrimage over the border into Cornwall and the extraordinary Tintagel Castle, just a short drive away from Plymouth and wrapped in magic and mystery. A four star hotel in Devon makes the perfect base if you want to mix exciting and interesting days out with comfort and luxury.
Four star hotels such as the Magdalen Chapter in Exeter and the Moorland Garden Hotel in Yelverton offer excellent facilities and services such as conference rooms if you're here on business, and free WiFi. Many of the four star hotels in cities such as Exeter are close to historic and cultural attractions such as Mol's Coffee House and the Cathedral.
Devon is a paradise for walkers and ramblers, hikers and strollers. The South West Coastal Path runs along both the northern and southern coastlines, with cliff-top walks the perfect recipe for a day outdoors in the fresh sea air and away from the comforts of your four star hotel, wonderful as they may be! The valleys and inlets that cut deep hidden trenches into Devon's coastline made it the perfect territory for smugglers in Napoleonic times, when it's estimated that 100,000 men, women and children were involved in that lucrative enterprise. Many of the older inns along the coastline have hidden tunnels beneath them, although your four star hotel will probably not be one of these! Head farther inland and you can enjoy a bracing walk across Dartmoor, where romantic Tors and ruins are silhouetted against the skyline and the landscape is so reminiscent of a novel by Daphne du Maurier.
Pop over the border into Cornwall and you're bound to head for Tintagel Castle. This extraordinary location is a magnet for anyone interested in the legend of King Arthur. It was built in the 13th Century and stands on Cornwall's north coast, not far from the Devon border at Bude. Set high on a crag overlooking steep cliffs, dark caves and crashing waves, it's impossibly romantic and can only be reached via two steep stairways carved into the hillside. Base yourself at a four star hotel in Bude or further up the north coast towards Bideford or Barnstaple and you'll be perfectly placed to explore the castle, the delights of Exmoor and Europe's top beach at Woolacombe, all just a short drive from your hotel.