Cott Inn

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Overview

The Cott Inn is a stunning 14th-century thatched pub situated in the peaceful village of Dartington, less than 2 miles from Totnes and surrounded by beautiful countryside. This family owned inn serves award winning food and local ales and ciders, and offers overnight accommodation in luxury boutique bedrooms.

Come and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere with cosy log fires during the winter months and a large pretty garden with a new alfresco kitchen serving delicious food throughout the summer. Weekly events include the famous fish and chip night on Tuesday evenings serving fresh locally line-caught fish, fabulous Sunday roasts  and live music every Wednesday and Sunday night.  Dogs and children welcome.


Sleeps

2 x double
1 x double twin


Rates

From £72.50pppn
Single person £125


Facilities

  • Children Welcome

    Children Welcome

  • Credit cards accepted

    Credit Cards Accepted

  • En-suite facilities

    En-suite Facilities

  • Garden for guest

    Garden for guest

  • 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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