all year except Christmas and New Year, restaurant closed Mon evenings and all day Tues.
lounge, library, snug, bar, conservatory, restaurant, private dining room, free Wi-Fi in lounge, in-room TV (Freeview), 20-acre grounds (3-acre gardens, croquet, giant chess, gazebo, pond), unsuitable for disabled.
not under 12.
not allowed in restaurant.
per room B&B £155–£260. Set dinner £40.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Sadly, Blagdon Manor Restaurant & Rooms closed on 30th Jan 2017 after 16 years of trading.
Come ‘home-away-from-home’, to Liz and Steve Morey’s ‘faultless’ restaurant-with-rooms in the heart of Devon countryside. ‘We were greeted warmly by Liz and her three chocolate Labradors, who are great fun,’ writes a returning guest. The ‘quirky’ building (parts of it date back to the 1600s) is ‘smartly furnished’ inside, and there are fresh flowers in the ‘immaculate’ public areas. Tastefully decorated bedrooms have views across the gardens to Dartmoor; guests appreciate the treats inside – hot drinks, biscuits, apples, sherry and toffees. ‘Our room, Clawton, had a large bedroom and an adjoining sitting room. We even had two TVs and a good-quality radio; a deep claw-footed bath in the bathroom. We slept well in our huge, comfortable bed.’ In the restaurant, sample Steve Morey’s ‘incredible’ three-course dinners. ‘The lemon sole tempura melted in the mouth; pan-fried Devon beef was so tender we had it on two evenings. The hosts catered for my gluten-free diet exceptionally well, even baking gluten-free bread containing various fruits.’ ‘Breakfast maintains the high standards.’
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