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Had a lovely stay. Only problem is we booked 2 normal rooms and A disability room was provided which was not wanted and was quite a bit inferior to other room. Although offered other rooms there was limited availability and these were not suitable. Hotel an grounds though beautiful and staff tried ...
Bovey Castle£120Bovey Castle£120
I used this hotel initially for convenience; my sister lives nearby. Meaning no offence to my sister, who is lovely, I will always choose to stay here though. The host, Fiona, is friendly, warm and welcoming, and runs a tight kitchen for breakfasts. An overall excellent experience to stay here.
Kerrington House£104Kerrington House£104
it was like stepping into our dream idea of what a country house should be like, fabulous!
Muddifords Court Country House£75Muddifords Court Country House£75
We spent one lovely night at Bulleigh. Liz was very friendly and accommodating. The building and our suite was beautiful. Would strongly recommend and very likely to visit again if in the area.
Bulleigh Barton Manor£79Bulleigh Barton Manor£79
We stayed in the Barn Apartment set in the courtyard of the old dairy farm. A fully modern apartment refurbished with under floor heating, tv, wifi, hifi, luxurious bed. The staff could not have been more helpful. Breakfast was a feast of fresh organic produce. We only stayed one night - sadly because ...
Anrán @ Tidwell Farm£171Anrán @ Tidwell Farm£171
Devon is famous for its magnificent coastline, cream teas and some of the most beautiful and varied countryside in the whole of the UK. From the English Riviera to the wide-open space of Dartmoor, the landscape takes in a broad spectrum, and there are loads of things to do for visitors of all ages. Many choose to add that icing on the cake of a perfect break and book in to one of Devon's luxury hotels for a bit of real pampering while they're here.
If you feel in the mood for some loving care, or just enjoy the more indulgent things in life, then try one of the luxury hotels in Devon as a base for your getaway. As the name implies, these hotels are a cut above the competition and specialise in making their guests feel truly pampered. The luxury hotels in places like Exeter, Plymouth and Exmouth, as well as those out in the rural areas closer to Dartmoor and Exmoor, have fewer than 100 rooms and many have no more than 30 or so, and this allows them to treat you with the personalised level of service you deserve. Try staying in a themed guestroom, for example, and enjoy the original artwork on the corridor and lobby walls. Touches like these are what luxury hotels in Devon are especially good at, and they can make a great deal of difference to your visitor experience.
Luxury hotels in Devon are adept at providing their guests with a deliciously intimate atmosphere and a range of personalised services and facilities. Their attention to detail is amazing, and they go to great lengths to ensure that you have the sort of VIP-style holiday that a bigger chain hotel simply could not provide. Special amenities will invariably include such things as original artwork, often produced locally in a place like Devon, and designer products in the bathrooms. High-speed internet access is pretty much ubiquitous in Devon's luxury and business hotels, and another common feature is an indoor swimming pool with spa treatments. There is also often a fitness room and even yoga instruction in some hotels.