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Edgemoor Country House Hotel
Haytor Road
Bovey Tracey
Devon

TQ13 9LE | View map

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On the boundary of Dartmoor National Park, less than 3 miles from the A38, this elegant Victorian country house boasts an award-winning restaurant, fireside bistro and an extensive wine list. In a haven of tranquillity, surrounded by its own immaculately kept grounds, the hotel is only minutes away from the many famous Tors and villages within Dartmoor. The coast and the major cities of Exeter and Plymouth are within easy driving distance.

Built in the 1870s, the house was once Bovey Tracey Grammar School. The house has since undergone substantial tasteful renovation and now features a mixture of both traditional and contemporary style interiors, which complement the historic Victorian architecture and enhance the warm friendly welcome and attention to detail. With easy access from the M5/A38 and London (125 direct from Paddington to Newton Abbot), The Edgemoor benefits from location, space, quality and highly personalised service, plus of course great food and wine, making it ideal for a variety of events; from board symposiums to team building meetings.

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