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Hartnoll Country House Hotel
Bolham Road
Bolham

Tiverton
Devon

EX16 7RA | View map
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Providing a warm and friendly welcome; the Hartnoll Hotel offers a relaxing country break.Each of the sixteen en-suite bedrooms has been tastefully furnished and is equipped with remote control TV; tea & coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone. Our Annex with cottage style bedrooms is particularly suitable for pet owners or guests wishing to avoid stairs. We have a luxurious king size four-poster bed in our bridal suite; perfect for those special occasions.The Hartnoll Hotel is conveniently situated half a mile from the centre of the market town of Tiverton and close to the A361 North Devon link road. This charming hotel has beautiful gardens and is near the entrance to the National Trust property; Knightshayes Court. The Hartnoll Hotel has conference facilities and is a beautiful venue for a wedding. It is fully licenced and has an excellent restaurant and bar serving food to a very high standard.Please Note: The Hartnoll Hotel is non-smoking throughout. Children are most welcome. Pets are also welcome; but in our cottage accomodation only; for an additional price of £5 per pet. There is a large car park.Check-in after 2pm - Check-out before 11am

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