Northcote Manor

Deep in the Taw valley, Jean-Pierre Mifsud’s wisteria-hung 18th-century manor house is a characterful ‘high standard’ hideaway, surrounded by orchards and woodlands. More

Contact details

Northcote Manor
Hotel
Burrington
Devon
EX37 9LZ
England
01769 560501

Hotel information

Bedrooms

16, 5 in extension, 1 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year.

Facilities

2 lounges, bar, 2 restaurants, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 20-acre grounds.

Background music

classical in public areas after midday.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms, not in 1 lounge or restaurant.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B £170–£280, D,B&B £260–£340. À la carte £45.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Deep in the Taw valley, Jean-Pierre Mifsud’s wisteria-hung 18th-century manor house is a characterful ‘high standard’ hideaway, surrounded by orchards and woodlands. ‘All the staff were attentive, helpful and polite.’ The lounge (‘very comfortable’) is ‘tastefully furnished’; stacks of books to borrow line the ‘great log stove’. A series of staircases (‘designed perhaps by Escher’) lead to the bedrooms. Snug or spacious, traditional or modern, with terrace or garden views, they have ‘all the necessities’. ‘Housekeeping was excellent’, as were Chef Richie Herkes’s menus: ‘a good choice, well cooked’. The tasting menu is ‘unmissable’. Breakfast maintained standards, with good vegan options. See also sister hotel The Lake, Llangammarch Wells (main entry).

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Northcote Manor
Hotel
Burrington
Devon
EX37 9LZ

Guest comments

'Very special place for our anniversary celebration which was discreetly acknowledged by the staff with table decoration. The Tasting Menu is not to be missed: the best we have had for content, balance of ingredients and flavour. Although top end at £90 (includes wine),it is available at the moment as an upgrade on the first night which is a very special offer for lovers of fine food. Excellent staff, comfort and relaxation, and reasonably close to places of interest for active days. ' - Mary Coles - October, 2015
'A worthy addition to the Guide. We enjoyed a very fine dinner ' - Stuart Smith - June, 2012

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