16. 4 in the main house, 12 in the coach House (20 yds), 7 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
bar, library, drawing room, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 5-acre grounds.
in restaurant and drawing room ‘when it’s quiet’.
all ages welcomed.
allowed by prior arrangement in designated coach house rooms and in the library but not in the restaurant or drawing room.
 per room B&B from £110, D,B&B from £190. Set dinner £49.50, tasting menu £65.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Guests exult over the ‘spectacular’ views from this ‘comfortable’ 19th-century manor house in a ‘wonderful’ location overlooking the wooded Tamar valley. The hotel is owned by Julie Leivers and Damien Pease, who encourage a ‘friendly’ atmosphere, with ‘excellent staff who are always keen to help’. Take your pick of ‘well-equipped’ bedrooms in the main house (high-ceilinged, with original features) and in a converted coach house (‘spacious’, contemporary) a minute’s walk away. ‘It’s worth paying extra for a room with a balcony overlooking the valley.’ In the conservatory dining room, chef Ashley Wright’s ‘exquisite’ modern dishes accompany the stunning views. Consider Vulscombe goat’s cheese, beetroot, elderflower, gingerbread; John Dory, lobster, heritage carrot. ‘The food is excellent, but very nouvelle, with small, pretty portions. More vegetables, please!’ Come breakfast time, find a buffet with cereals, yogurts, dried fruit and pastries; complimentary glasses of prosecco are a nice touch. ‘I asked for more fruit in the morning, and they delivered brilliantly.’ The Tamar valley trails are reached through the hotel’s gardens and orchard. (Peter Anderson)
Luxury Gourmet 3 Night Break
Indulge in a three-night break staying in one of our lovely deluxe rooms and enjoy some extra special treats with our compliments: a Devon cream tea with Prosecco on arrival, three-course table d’hote on your first night, five-course signature tasting menu on your second night, lobster and/or steak on your third night (or table d’hote if you prefer). Stay in June – September for £800, that’s £133 per person, per night.To benefit from this offer, please mention The Good Hotel Guide when booking.
This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.
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