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Cockhaven Manor Hotel

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Welcome to Cockhaven Manor at Bishopsteignton; this lovely welcoming establishment welcome you to our well situated guest house that provides you with a relaxing/ atmospheric dining area; vibrant accommodation and available function room. Our Bishop Suite offers full facilities for break out groups; and is completely self-contained including its own bar and eating area. There are four-poster beds for honeymoon couples and the romantically inclined; but we also have single; twin and double rooms; all with en-suite bath or shower.Cockhaven Manor gives you that 'out of the way' feeling and yet is only 2 miles from Newton Abbott and Teignmouth. The building originates from the sixteenth century - with a number of additions being made two hundred years later. Although it has been modernised in the 1980s; it has essentially retained its old world charm and unique character. Personal service and flexibility are the hallmarks of this family run hotel; and we will be happy to find with-in our means; of meeting requirements you may need.Please Note: Non-smoking. No pets are permitted on the premises. Children under 2 can stay free of charge in their own travel cot. Travel Cots available for 10 per stay. Prices based on children aged between 2 - 16 years of age.

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