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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:30 PM - 10:30 PM
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 10 per person per night in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Housed within a historic 13th-century inn, Old Church House Inn is located in the scenic village of Torbryan in Devon. Free private on-site parking is available to guests.
Score from 33 reviews Excellent
Only 15 minutes’ walk from the centre of Newton Abbott, this Premier Inn is located just next to Newton Abbott Racecourse.
Score from 160 reviews Very good
The Exeter Toby Carvery Lodge is just 5 minutes’ drive from junction 30 on the M5 motorway, with free private parking and free Wi-Fi in public areas.
Score from 864 reviews Review score
On the boundary of Dartmoor National Park, less than 3 miles from the A38, this elegant Victorian country house boasts an award-winning restaurant, fireside bistro and an extensive wine list.
Score from 99 reviews Excellent
Friendly service, good food, comfortable rooms, and well located for family visits we needed to make.
No milk in room for morning tea. We should have noticed and asked. Giant door keys were a pain!
Good quality food Helpful, friendly staff Real ale Great location
Noisy central heating
Fantastic staff, very welcoming. Rooms big & bed very comfortable. Plenty of room for clothes. Dressing table with draws, bedside cabinets with draws & lots of hangers in the wardrobe. Bathroom enormous with great shower. Breakfast 100% spot-on thank you
Nothing to compain about at all.
We like the place, the people - both staff & other local users. The Cromwell Arms staff make you welcome when you enter the building. Entertaining Quiz Nights (Sun & Tues) Convenient to visit our friends who re-located to Devon from South Yorkshire.
The rain !!!!
Excellent hotel, exceptionally friendly staff (& locals) made me feel most welcome, especially as i was travelling alone. very comfortable rooms, slept like a log. Breakfast was excellent, great choice & friendly service. Evening meal was great too. Would highly recommend this hotel & would definetly stay again.
A good location being in the heart of Bovey. Very friendly and one of the best breakfasts we,ve had in hotels.
Staff and management very welcoming and helpful. The pub provided a warm and relaxing place to get away from life's routine.
Spacious room Good food
Shower in bath Not ideal prefer shower cubicle
The size of the room, it was quiet at night and slept well. I didn't eat at the hotel but went to a local Indian restaurant - mistake. I had eaten at the hotel in the past and should have done so again. Good breakfast.
Having to put the kettle on the floor to boil the water - minor niggle.
It has a good, quiet position in the village. The food on offer in the evening at the bar was very good. Breakfast was very good value.
From the warm welcome, to the clean, spotless rooms, the hot shower to the soft warm beds, we will always use The Cromwell when we are delivering down Devnon
The breakfast was awful. It looked like it had been kept in the oven until we came down. A member of staff also handled our breakfast with her own hands. Must have been a bad day
Nice, characteristic inn with nice personel and a very good kitchen. Big parking space.
Cleanliness of accommodation and helpfulness of staff
Many of the rooms are unsuitable for people such as myself who have difficulty with stairs. In particular the single room I had booked had an upstairs bathroom and the staircase did not have proper rail, which was certainly a health and safety hazard for me. Some of the other bedrooms are on the second floor of the property. Whilst accepting that this is an old Devon building etc,it would have been helpful to have the fact highlighted that some of the rooms are only accessible/suitable for the fit and healthy. It would be helpful if your website gave the opportunity when searching to specify say ground floor accommodation or if lift facilities are required.
ambience, welcome, staff and location.
lighting was poor especially for women trying to put on makeup. The window blind in our room could not be opened. No mirror over the sink in bathroom if wet shaving. Only 2 glasses/tea mugs in a 3 bedroom room. Liquid soap in bathroom.
The age of the building and atmosphere was especially interesting
Unfortunately our room only had a highlight type of window, we had come from Australia and it would have been nice to look out of a window.
The room was comfortable and spacious, the food we had was excellent and the staff friendly and helpful.
Two very minor points: the shower taps seemed difficult to use; and the 2 staircases to our room were extremely steep (and would not be suitable for someone old and frail or who had mobility problems).
Breakfast was very good. Staff friendly
Reception at the Bar - a little bit embarrasing being stared at by the locals. Four poster bed was a waste of time. It was a bed with four posts no curtains or embellishment and you could hardly get to the bathroom with the post in the way, if we were larger it would have been difficult. Room layout weird as well with TV in an odd place to watch from the bed.
location,Staff,Bar,Food and a Great Breakfast
Gary PLEASE,PLEASE invest in a TOASTER.
the friendliness and help from the bar manager when we first arrived Who went out of his way to get us settled in and to explain the late key policy.
the loutish behaviour and shouting at 1am from the street at the back of the pub as it went on for ages and needed the police to sort out.
The food was good, service was good.we felt welcome.
The low beams in the bathroom.wouldnt be a problem for anyone under 5ft 6ins
Good base for travelling within Devon. Great food, friendly staff
We liked the location and friendly atmosphere.
Nothing to not like
the friendliness of the staff the cleanliness of the hotel the room was spacious, spotlessly clean with tea/coffee facilities alarm clock/radio and flat screen TV. The breakfast was excellent something to suit everybody. 10/10 *****
Excellent breakfast - one of the best I have had Pleasant people helpful when I left something behind Warned me there would be no food
No food on offer on a Wednesday in September in the evening. Three hungry travellers had to eat at the nearby Claycutters Arms
The large room Friendliness of staff (they gave us breakfast even though we were late!) The food (and drink) The pub quiz (which we won!)
Shower was a bit noisy.
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