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Percys Hotel
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Since opening in 1996, Tina Bricknell-Webb has let her cooking be determined by what grows around her. Home-reared lamb, eggs and pork, plus some of the freshest fish to be found in the county, helps to deliver an unrivalled dining experience. The eight, luxuriously appointed rooms, enchanting wildlife, cookery school and stunning 130 acre Estate, make Percy’s a rare find in the Westcountry.

This romantic getaway, luxuriously cocooned between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor has won steady national acclaim for it’s exceptionally fresh local, organic food. In February 2005, Percy's won the Best Sunday Lunch category at the Observer Food Monthly's annual awards and it also caters for customers with special dietary requirements, especially those who are wheat free, gluten free and dairy free.

From Roe deer and racehorses to Jacob lamb and dragonflies, the 130 acre Estate is packed with stunning wildlife that will amaze and fascinate. With a black labrador as an escort, you can walk till your heart's content all the time surrounded by sweeping and majestic views of the neighbouring moorland. The dramatic North Cornwall coastline is no more than a thity minute drive away.

The accommodation is clean, luxurious and equipped with a range of stylish creature comforts. Rooms come with invigorating power showers, DVD players and wide screen televisions, whilst fresh tea and coffee and home made Lavender shortbread will soon make your journey a distant memory.

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