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Moorland Garden Hotel
Yelverton
Plymouth
Devon

PL20 6DA | View map
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Located on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, just minutes away from Plymouth city centre, Tavistock and close to border with Cornwall, we are the place to be for business, leisure, special occasions and fine dining.

Nestling in nine acres of stunning and tranquil moorland garden, our four suites are luxurious and tastefully decorated, our en-suite bedrooms are comfortable and well equipped and our hotel and event teams are friendly and helpful.

The Wildflower Restaurant has views across the garden onto Dartmoor, making it a popular place for Dinner, traditional Cream Teas and Sunday Lunches.

Leaving the untamed splendour of Dartmoor, the City of Plymouth is just a short drive away, with its magnificent natural harbour, overlooked by the famous Plymouth Hoe, where it is said Sir Francis Drake once played bowls and the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for America in the Mayflower almost 400 years ago.

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