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A perfect place to come home to after an energetic day on the moors. Very accommodating staff, lots of room with comfy lounges, and dogs all made the Two Bridges Hotel feel like home. Excellent food very good restaurant and generous breakfast.
Having stayed here before I knew what to expect. It is after all a small privately run hotel on the edge of Dartmoor,and has all the charm and views you would expect. This time the weather was foul and seeing acros the car park was the lmit of the view, but even then the hotel has a friendly way ...
An attractive building with lovely gardens. We had two rooms ( we were asked to change rooms to accommodate guests for a wedding) the first one frankly was very small,with insufficient storage facilities and noisy. The second room was completely different being more modern,roomy with excellent facilities. ...
Stayed here before with my late mother. Came down to visit my parents grave. Hotel was perfectly situated for all amenities. My mum loved the hotel. She used to recall sitting on the wall of the church opposite as a child and watching the dancing that took place in the now restaurant. She made an ...
Dog lovers are usually devoted to their pets and it's often traumatic as well as inconvenient to have to leave them behind with relatives or at a kennel when they go off on holiday. The good news there is that there are lots of excellent hotels in Devon that will give a warm welcome to four-legged as well as bipedal guests, so you don't have to leave your pet behind at all! In fact, Devon is such an open, varied county in terms of landscapes and coastal features that staying at a pet friendly hotel in Devon will allow the whole family to hugely enjoy themselves in the open together.
The beauty of pet friendly hotels in Devon is that they don't just tolerate pets but actually bend over backwards to make their break as enjoyable as yours. Nutritious meals are usually on the menu in a separate pet dining area, and there's almost always somewhere around the hotel where you can take your dog off the lead. Snacks such as pigs' ears are not unknown either, as much a treat for your dog as a toffee apple or candy floss is for your children - just don't get the two mixed up!
Pet friendly hotels in Devon will have all the facilities you need to keep your dog happy, including a leash-free area and separate blankets for bedding. There may even be a pet-grooming service either in the hotel itself or at an affiliated business nearby. The staff at these hotels will be trained to handle animals with as much courtesy as their human guests, and a dog-walking service is common and certainly useful if your dog is raring to get out and about and you'd prefer to relax and read the morning papers. You can ask at reception about dog-friendly pubs and cafés, the best dog-walking routes in the city and other such canine-focused activities. The only rules specifically related to guest pets will be things like no dogs in the dining room, only one pet allowed at a time and other reasonable stipulations.