Where to Stay Category: Pubs & Inns

The Sea Trout Inn

The Sea Trout Inn is an idyllic 15th-century inn situated in the stunning surroundings of the Dart Valley. With 10 en-suite bedrooms and the Annexe Suite, consisting of separate lounge with its own entrance, the inn has built an enviable reputation. Breakfast is served each morning in the conservatory and offers an excellent selection to start your day. Drink award-winning beers and fine wines by roaring log fi res during the winter months or enjoy the pretty patio garden on a summers day. One of Devon’s hidden gems, the restaurant at The Sea Trout Inn offers a frequently changing menu to reflect the season. Lunch and dinner served daily. Traditional roasts on Sunday. Food produce is sourced from local farms and suppliers to ensure quality and freshness. A warm and friendly welcome for all.

Stay at Dartington Hall

Dartington Hall, a stunning Grade I listed heritage property located within a 1,200 private estate near the ancient market town of Totnes. 50 distinctive bedrooms located around our medieval 14th-century courtyard offer a superb mix of heritage and comfort where you can remove yourself from the hustle and bustle of modern life. There is easy access to over 800 acres of stunning, glorious Grade 2* listed gardens and the onsite Two Rosette White Hart bar and restaurant offers the very best local and seasonal food and drink.  The 14th-century onsite Barn Cinema boasts a year long film programme and is open seven days a week. Visitors can enjoy a delicious Devon Cream Tea overlooking the stunning gardens, heritage and gardens tours and much more.

Bay Horse Inn

Our traditional real ale pub at the top of town is just a short stroll to the historic centre. With a welcoming interior and fabulous garden, the pub has 3 en-suite rooms, the spacious Coach House Suite features a luxurious bathroom, garden outlook and easily converts to a family share. We offer superb real ale, lager, wine and cider, complemented by locally sourced daytime food. Regular music nights feature jazz and folk, as well as an Open Mic each Thursday. Owner Kathy, a qualified guide, runs regular town walks from April to October or takes private bookings year round. Room-only and B&B rates available.

The Waterman’s Arms

A 17th century inn with restaurant, bar and accommodation with great outdoor seating areas overlooking the river at Bow bridge Ashprington. Escape and unwind where the service has a friendly and personal quality. Inside you will find a relaxed ambiance, 15 unique bedrooms, all on en-suite with either shower or bath. Our food ranges from traditional pub classics to a monthly changing menu using seasonal produce.