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Two Bridges Hotel
"Loved the atmosphere, log fires, amazing food and a stunning bedroom. The bedroom was the best part was our spacious room with large bed which was a 4 poster, spa bath ..." More

Two Bridges Hotel
"Good Points: Young staff very helpful and enthusiastic. Position is superb Bad Points: Overpriced General review: I'd stay again if i could get a better rate

Date visited: 2009-06-17 ..." More

Two Bridges Hotel
"Execellent restaurant.,"Had to carry own luggages to the room. Long wait to get a dinner table.",Pleasant hotel for a leasure break. Would have liked to be informed of dinner ..." More

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Two Bridges is a small village in the heart of Dartmoor National Park beside the West Dart River in Devon. The breath stealing countryside invites walkers to explore the diverse landscape, from Dartmeet where two rivers meet in an enchanted wooded valley, Tavy Cleave River Valley, to the ancient Wistmanís woods, rocky outcrops, and rich Moorland. The area has an interesting history from Bronze Age settlements, tin miners, to todayís visitors who fall under a bewitching spell. The delights on offer will rewind time with a visit to Merrivale Prehistoric Settlement, the ancient village of Grimspound, or maybe Grey Wethers wonít fail to impress with itís two stone circles. A short trip to Princetown will unlock the intriguing past of Dartmoor Prison whose austere and foreboding granite faÁade incarcerates prisoners, step inside the Museum for an evocative tale waiting to be shared. The absorbing exhibits include items from prisoners of the Napoleonic War, uniforms and secret treasures from the Black Museum which sends shivers down spines. For something different the High Moorland Visitor Centre will explain the mysteries of this magical location, or perhaps the thunderous sound of Lydford Gorge Waterfall will entice a trip to this magnificent ravine which showcases Mother Nature at her best.


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Two Bridges Hotel (0.42 miles)

Two Bridges Hotel

Nestling beside the picturesque West Dart River at the very heart of Dartmoor, The Two Bridges Hotel retains the atmosphere of "Old England" with its huge log fires and interesting collection of clocks, gramophones and ... More | visit website

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Plume of Feathers Lodge (1.57 miles)

Plume of Feathers Lodge
The Plume of Feathers Lodge is a family run bed and breakfast located in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. We are ideally located for leisure travellers using the moor for walking, cycling, canoeing etc. ... More | visit website
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The Oratory B&B & The Beeches Self-Catering (1.67 miles)

The Oratory B&B & The Beeches Self-Catering
Bed & Breakfast or Self Catering its your choice. Located in Princetown we are wonderfully positioned for exploring Dartmoor as well as further afield into the rest of Devon and Cornwall. We offer a range ... More | visit website
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Forest Inn (3.19 miles)

Forest Inn
A haven for walkers, riders, fishermen, canoeists or anyone just looking for an opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of Dartmoor. Muddy paws, hooves and boots welcome!

We specialise in home-made food using local produce ... More | visit website
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East Dart Hotel (3.68 miles)

East Dart Hotel
Paul and Rosie Joynson and their twins, Dominic and Sylvia, are looking forward to providing you with the visit you have always wanted. Care and attention matter and Paul has over 22 years experience ... More | visit website
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Beechwood B&B (3.74 miles)

Beechwood B&B
Beechwood is located at the heart of Dartmoor National Park, surrounded by gardens, meadows and moors. We offer cottage style rooms, a comfortable guest lounge and delicious homemade breakfasts. ... More | visit website
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Brimpts Barn Farm (3.93 miles)

Brimpts Barn Farm
As an original Dartmoor Tenement, a Duchy of Cornwall farm, Brimpts is rich in natural splendour and local folklore. Lying in the shelter of the East Dart Valley, the converted barns have stunning views dominated ... More | visit website
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Sampford Manor (5.05 miles)

Sampford Manor
Just 3 miles East of Tavistock and close to some of the wilder parts of Dartmoor. This family home is well placed for walking, bicycling, golf and other outdoor activities. Many visitor attractions and good ... More | visit website

Walkhampton Inn (5.66 miles)

Walkhampton Inn

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Walkhampton is a small moorland village standing above the tranquil Walkham Valley on the south western edge of Dartmoor. Thereís plenty of beautiful walks always nearby. A warm & friendly ... More

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Lowertown Farm (6.43 miles)

Lowertown Farm
Lowertown Farm Bed & Breakfast is set in a peaceful rural hamlet within the Dart valley, three miles away from the picturesque village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor. Luke and Hannah, the second generation to live at the farmhouse, ... More | visit website

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