BEST WESTERN Passage House Hotel - Kingsteignton Newton Abbot TQ12 3QH
Distance: 0.5 miles
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £79.00 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
The BEST WESTERN Passage House Hotel in Newton Abbot is a classy hotel with character! From superb conference facilities and comfy accommodation to a relaxing health spa and leisure club, we have everything you need to guarantee a super stay! Built next to a 17th Century inn on the banks of the Teign Estuary, the hotel boasts a luxurious leisure suite with a steam room, sauna and well-appointed gym. Our beauty salon offers a range of treatments, massage and aromatherapy too, so you'll be in safe hands whatever your reason for taking time out! As a base, the hotel is second to none. From the towering red sandstone cliffs and sheltered sandy coves with beautiful bays along the coastline to the contrast of the wild and rugged terrain of Dartmoor, you can discover Devon at leisure!
The Keyberry Hotel - 17 Kingskerswell Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 1DQ
Distance: 1.3 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
Welcome to The Keyberry Hotel, Newton Abbot. A warm and inviting pub where all our welcome. Serving a wide range of beers, ales and tasty bar snacks and not forgetting our popular Sunday roast. We have a pool table and darts area for those wishing to catch up over a friendly game. We also offer comfortable accommodation which includes a traditional breakfast. Please see our rooms page for more details. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Cockhaven Arms - Cockhaven Road, Bishopsteignton Teignmouth TQ14 9RF
Distance: 2.6 miles
Rating\Stars: 2 | Prices from: £88.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
The Cockhaven Arms is a short distance from the Sea. A top to toe refurbishment was completed in April 2016. Downstairs retains much of its traditional character but has been opened up to create a lovely bar and restaurant with open log fires and an intimate and cosy atmosphere, ideal for relaxed eating and drinking. All the bedrooms were refurbished and some were also re-configured to create comfortable stylish contemporary family rooms and suites. All 10 bedrooms are ensuite and have flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, tea & coffee making facilities, hair dryers and powerful showers. Outside there is a lovely garden with views over the Teign estuary and plenty of car parking. Set in the quiet village of Bishopsteignton on the banks of the beautiful Teign estuary this is a haven of peace, a couple of miles from the beach at Teignmouth. Being only 20 minutes from the end of the M5 and with easy access to Torquay, Brixham and Dartmoor National Park, this is the ideal spot to unwind and explore what this lovely part of the world has to offer.
Bulleigh Barton Manor - Bulleigh Barton Manor, Ipplepen Newton Abbot TQ12 5UA
Distance: 4.0 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £110.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
Bulleigh Barton Manor has three beautifully decorated rooms, with en-suite facilities, each one reflecting the historic nature of the house. The Brooking Room, with its hand made oak king size four poster bed and luxurious bathroom, is the original master bedroom. The light and airy Garden Suite offers a super king size double bed (or twin beds if preferred) and a separate living area in which to relax. The Willow Room is a double room with an ensuite shower room. All rooms have TV/DVD and tea and coffee making facilities. The owners are keen cooks and strong supporters of local food producers. Guests are greeted with a home made Devon cream tea which can be taken in the drawing room in front of the log fire on colder days or, when the weather is good, in the garden. Evening meals are available by prior arrangement and, for those who enjoy eating out, there is a good selection of local pubs and restaurants in the area. The house has a long history. There was a house noted on this site in the Doomsday book. It is thought that the current building, which was originally a farm house, dates back to the 1400s and was part of the Compton Castle estate. The earliest records we have been able to find show that it was sold by the Estate in 1688, possibly to pay off civil war debts. The purchaser, Thomas Brooking, son of the Mayor of Totnes, was a wealthy merchant. It is said that Thomas moved to the clean air of Bulleigh Barton to escape the plague which was raging in Totnes. The house stayed in the family for 200 years and has been visited by some of Thomas Brooking’s descendants in recent times. Bulleigh Barton is situated in a sheltered valley with extensive views across the garden and the surrounding countryside. Guests are welcome to make full use of the garden which features two ponds, an ancient well and a large swimming pool which is heated in the summer months.
Potters Mooring Hotel - 30 The Green, Shaldon Teignmouth TQ14 0DN
Distance: 4.0 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £75.0 | Customer rating: 6\6Check prices and availability
Potters Mooring is a 4 star AA rated Guest House, lovingly refurbished to the highest standards whilst retaining its quiet charm and historic appeal. All but one room enjoy en-suite facilities. If you book early you could choose our large family room with sea view or one of our quaint courtyard cottages which are ideal for families and friends. Potters Mooring occupies an enviable position overlooking the village bowling green surrounded by elegant houses and picturesque cottages, only yards from the mouth of the River Teign and surrounding beaches. The busy Victorian town Teignmouth can be reached by the famous passenger ferry where you will find a main line station to London Waterloo and Penzance. Shaldon has many places to wine & dine, ODE an award winning wine restaurant for a fine dining experience, Cafe Ode also, Clifford Arms Jazz Cafe, London Inn wholesome food, The Tide fish restaurant at the Ferry Boat Inn, One The Strand Resturant and the Ness Hotel with its fine restaurant, Newly refurbished the Clipper Cafe - all come highly recommended. Shaldon, a hidden treasure, has entertainment throughout the year. Water Carnival, Regatta, Music Festival,1785 day every Wednesday during summer. Bowling green, 18 hole pitch-n-put overlooking the Ness, Teignmouth golf course close by, nice walks and beaches. Idealy situated for both Newton Abbot and Exeter Race courses, which are only a short drive away. For visiting rugby supporters Exeter Chiefs home ground is just a short drive or train journey away. Potters Mooring is a great friendly place to stay and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Dartmoor Halfway Inn - Ashburton Road, Bickington Newton Abbot TQ12 6JW
Distance: 4.2 miles
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £100.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6Check prices and availability
Situated on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park (A383), a few miles west of Newton Abbot, stands the beautifully restored Dartmoor Halfway. An idyllic site surrounded by green fields and woodland, with the River Lemon flowing alongside. At the Dartmoor Halfway you will find a warm welcome, whether you are staying in one of our delightful en-suite rooms, dining in the Inn, or popping in for a drink and relax with friends. A full English breakfast is served in the dining room, and continental options are also available. The traditional pub offers a wide variety of food and drink.
The Ness - NESS DRIVE, Shaldon TEIGNMOUTH TQ14 0HP
Distance: 4.4 miles
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £105.0 | Customer rating: 5\6Check prices and availability
Welcome to The Ness, an elegant Georgian Hotel located on the beautiful south Devon Coastline. Situated overlooking the mouth of the Teign Estuary, we are just 50 yards from a wildlife zoo with some fascinating unusual animals and an approach golf course. Only 20 yards away we have the Smugglers Tunnel that takes you down to the secluded Ness Beach, sheltered by the Ness Cliff.The Ness provides a cosy atmosphere, a warm welcome, value for money and delicious food and drink. You are able to relax and enjoy your dinner whilst overlooking the panoramic views of the coastline. But its not only these things that make the Ness a great pub. It is something to do with the pub's warmth and authenticity, the friendliness of our team and being able find your own nook or cranny to settle into.