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Royal Seven Stars Hotel
The Plains
Totnes
Devon

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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, two character bars and private guest parking.

Many famous people have enjoyed hospitality at the Royal Seven Stars Hotel, including Edward VII, Daniel Defoe – author of Robinson Crusoe, and the Royal Princes whilst training at Dartmouth Naval College. We have 16 unique non-smoking double or twin bedrooms offering ensuite bath/shower, hospitality trays, TV, direct dial telephone, hairdryer, WI-FI Internet access, guest parking and a choice of Premier or Standard rooms.

We offer a tailor made professional friendly service to help you organise: staff training or team building events, breakfast meetings, daytime and residential seminars, conferences, exhibitions, company dinner dances etc.

The Royal Seven Stars Hotel offers a great choice of quality relaxed dining from morning till night. Choose to dine in our traditional Saloon Bar where a log fire burns in the cooler months, our new more ‘funky ‘ Bar 7, or Al Fresco at the front of the hotel. Both bars have designated non-smoking areas with tables reserved for residents.

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Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: From £99
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