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‘We did 14 miles over the moor today and are now pleasantly weary. It is a great place, very sad and wild,’ reads a letter – not from a Guide reader, but from Arthur Conan Doyle, said to have been inspired to write The Hound of the Baskervilles while staying at this 18th-century manor house.
A consortium headed by Office Space in Town has just acquired hotel space in Devon. This gleaming white Art Deco hotel on a tidal island, sold by its former owners after 17 years, is undergoing a multi-million-pound make-over,
‘It’s clear why so many guests return again and again.’ Huw Rees and Sam Prosser’s converted Georgian rectory, in large, well-maintained grounds, ‘is a haven of rural peace within easy reach of Exmoor and the sea’.
‘Old-fashioned in style and lovely for it.’ Returning guests this year were pleased to discover that Peter Wharton’s ‘splendid’ hotel overlooking Lyme Bay ‘sails gracefully on, without feeling the need to change things for the sake of change’.
A Regency cottage-orné, built by Jeffry Wyatville as a fishing lodge for Georgiana, Duchess of Bedford, is run today in characteristic relaxed-chic style by Olga Polizzi (see also Tresanton, St Mawes).
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This lovely county includes the wildness of Dartmoor, the gentle charms of Salcombe and wonderful beaches of South Devon. Totnes is known for its alternative lifestyle and the quality of the its local food produce, and its proximity to the cultural life of Dartmouth has a charming setting on the river Dart, a fine old castle and good eating places.
A stay in Devon offers so much to see and do and our hotels are as varied too. Choose from luxurious Devon country house hotels in rolling countryside, to cliff-top hotels with stunning sea views, Devon’s dog friendly hotels, and even a hotel on a secluded island. Enjoy cream teas, hearty home-cooking or fine dining at our choice of independently reviewed hotels. For history buffs, Plymouth is the old maritime centre where Sir Francis Drake memorably played his rubber of bowls. Visit Exeter for its lovely medieval cathedral and the charms of waterside Topsham. The Southwest coastal path has memorable cliff-side walks linking seaside resorts. If you or someone you know is planning a wedding, take a look at our favourite wedding venues in Devon.
For holiday ideas in Devon, see VisitEngland
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