Hotels near Buckland Abbey
Yelverton - 0.2 miles away
In the former brew house, Bertie and Bryony Hancock’s sophisticated B&B is surrounded by the National Trust’s Buckland Abbey estate.
Tavistock House Hotel
Tavistock - 4.5 miles away
Pristine throughout, Brad and Gill Walker’s small hotel is a harmonious mix of spruce amenities and well-maintained original features.
The Horn of Plenty - Two Night Signature Tasting Menu Getaway Special Offer
Tavistock - 4.9 miles away
What do Jennifer Saunders and David Bowie have in common? Both have stayed at this ‘superbly relaxing’ spot overlooking the Tamar valley.
Pentillie Castle - Exclusive Hire Stays Special Offer
St Mellion - 5 miles away
Historic grounds tumble away from this ‘magnificent, lovingly restored’ castellated mansion on the banks for the Tamar river.
Tavistock - 9 miles away
Et in Arcadia we go – to Olga Polizzi’s Regency cottage-orné, in gardens and pleasure grounds with woodland walks and waterfalls, arboretum, fount and follies.
Lifton - 10 miles away
Maureen Rowlatt is the ‘charming’ hostess at this B&B in a private valley, surrounded by gardens that extend into woodland and fields – an ideal spot for exploring Dartmoor and the Tamar valley.
Prince Hall - 2nd Night Free January Special Offer
Dartmoor - 10 miles away
In ‘an amazing situation’ amid ‘bleak and beautiful Dartmoor’, Chris Daly’s 18th-century manor house-turned-hotel is ‘truly special’ with ‘lovely staff’, say Guide readers.
Hotels not in the Guide that you may want to consider
Hotels near Buckland Abbey
Plymouth - 6 miles away
Six miles from Plymouth, an Elizabethan manor house with an award-winning spa in the grounds. Full of character, the original building retains its oak panelling, ornate ceilings, mullioned windows and stone archways. The fine-dining Gallery restaurant overlooks the beamed Great Hall, which features a coat of arms of King James I above an enormous stone fireplace. Accommodation ranges from the majestic, with four-poster beds, to more contemporary rooms situated in the courtyard and stable wings. Gaia spa has a pool, hydrotherapy pool, steam rooms and saunas, a relaxation room, gym and a salon with a wide choice of beauty treatments.
St Elizabeth’s House
Plymouth - 8 miles away
In Plympton St Maurice, on the edge of the city, this Georgian manor was once a convent. Now a hotel and events venue, tranquillity remains in calming, modern bedrooms and in the surrounding nine acres of gardens and sweeping lawns. Local and regionally sourced produce appears on the restaurant’s fine dining menus: perhaps curried white crab with pea panna cotta, pink grapefruit and fresh pea shoots; Tournedos Rossini – fillet of Devon beef on crispy crouton with chicken liver parfait, dauphinoise potato, wild mushroom and baby onion jus.