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Old Coach House
The Thatched Cottage


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The Old Coach House (4* AA Rated and a member of the Dartmoor Tourist Association) is situated in 1.5 Acres of secluded, landscaped gardens with a number of seating areas for the relaxation of our guests. Each of our 4 letting rooms(all non-smoking) have a number of amenities for the comfort of our guests. Each overlooks the gardens and has its own front door allowing our guests to come and go as they please. Breakfast is taken in the adjacent Thatched Cottage which has a delightful breakfast room from which we offer a varied menu using local produce. We also cater for all dietary requirements including vegetarian and vegan diets.

Cathy and Paul at The Old Coach House endeavor to provide their guests with a high standard of personalized and friendly service. Personal touches and attention to detail help to make sure your stay a happy and relaxed occasion. CHECK IN TIMES.You may check in from 1700 hours on day of arrival (earlier by arrangement). We request you check out by 1100 hours on day of departure. A CREDIT CARD IS REQUIRED TO SECURE YOUR RESERVATION. PLEASE NOTE WE REQUIRE THE FULL ADDRESS AND POSTCODE OF THE CREDIT CARD HOLDER WHEN MAKING A RESERVATION-Thank you.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Double: From £65
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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms - All non smoking
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
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