The Royal Seven Stars

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Overview

Located in the very centre of beautiful Totnes, this award winning hotel is perfectly placed to enjoy everything South Devon has to offer. Housed in a seventeenth century inn, our comfortable bedrooms, atmospheric bars and restaurant, combine contemporary style with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

The Royal Seven Stars enjoys a prime South Devon location, close to the beautiful River Dart and a great selection of independent shops in the centre of Totnes. Local businesses, attractions, events, beaches and countryside are within easy reach by road, rail and bus.

With many different seasonal special offers on accommodation and dining there is no other perfect place to stay.

Always book direct for the best price!


Sleeps

6 x doubles
13 x doubles or twins
1 x family
1 x single


Rates

Single occupancy from £95 - £170 bed & breakfast
Double occupancy from £130 - 170 bed & breakfast


Facilities

  • Children Welcome

    Children Welcome

  • Credit cards accepted

    Credit Cards Accepted

  • En-suite facilities

    En-suite Facilities

  • licensed

    Licensed

  • non-smoking

    Non-smoking

  • on site parking

    On-site Parking

  • open all year

    Open all year

  • pets welcome

    Pets Welcome

  • tea coddee facilities

    Tea/Coffee Facilities

  • Wifi Access

    WiFi


Location


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