Totnes is an old market town at the head of the River Dart, along which in season a ferry connects it with Dartmouth. The town is full of history – its castle, wealth of merchants’ houses, and ancient church... Read More

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Old Rectory

Old Rectory
A popular and most comfortable, centrally located, Grade II listed property, recently extensively refurbished. Situated in a quiet conservation area within just a 1/4 mile of Carlisle's main line railway station. Some 155 years old, Cornerways retains ... More | Double Room: £30 - £35 | visit website
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Sea Trout Inn (The)

Sea Trout Inn (The)
The Sea Trout Inn is an idyllic, traditional Devon Inn dating back to the 15th Century situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Dart Valley, near Totnes. We have 10 en-suite letting rooms, a ... More | visit website

Durant Arms

The Durant Arms is a traditional 18th century country inn; situated in the wonderful surroundings of the South Hams countryside in Devon. An idyllic country retreat, the Durant Arms Hotel and Restaurant in Ashprington, Totnes ... More
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Royal Seven Stars Hotel

Royal Seven Stars Hotel

The history that surrounds this ancient 17th Century Coaching Inn with its stylish décor provides you with a unique blend of tradition with a contemporary twist. We now offer guests 16 ensuite bedrooms, informal dining, ... More | Double Room: From £99 | visit website

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