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Plume of Feathers Lodge
Two Bridges Road
Princetown
Devon

PL20 6QT | View map
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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. We also welcome business travellers as we are located in a quiet rural location but central enough to offer good access to transport links into Plymouth, Dartmoor Prison or further afield into Devon or Cornwall. We have nine comfortable en-suite rooms recently refurbished to a high specification. Tea making facilities and televisions are offered in all rooms. Included within the price is your breakfast the following morning. Breakfast is served in the main pub building between 8.00am - 11.00am. Earlier breakfasts can be arranged by prior request. The inn is located a short walk across the road.

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