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Hiking, Horseback Riding, Massage
Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Romanian, Portuguese, Polish, Italian, French, Spanish, English
Bristol Channel (28miles) English Channel (30miles)
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children from 2 to 16 year are charged GBP 25 per night in a crib.
One child under 2 years is charged GBP 10 per night in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
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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On the outskirts of Tiverton, Best Western Tiverton Hotel is just 20 minutes from Exmoor National Park. Set in mature grounds, the hotel has free parking, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant.
Score from 68 reviews Very good
This intimate hotel is set in a Grade II listed Georgian gentleman’s residence in central Exeter. It offers luxurious rooms, a cocktail bar and fine dining, just 5 minutes’ walk from Exeter Cathedral....
Score from 108 reviews Excellent
A charming, thatched country pub, The Trout Inn is located in the village of Bickleigh, on the River Exe.
Score from 132 reviews Wonderful
Situated in the heart of Exmoor National Park, Stag's Head Farm is a Grade II listed building set in 7 acres of land. Free Wi-Fi is provided, as well as free on-site parking.
Score from 106 reviews Exceptional
Friendly staff, good service, lovely bedrooms and bathrooms, delightful breakfasts with luxury choices.
Breakfast in the dark bar when the conservatory was full of sunshine.
Location, Restaurant and good atmosphere.
Breakfast room not always prepared and slow clearing used plates etc. A little more attention to detail required. Addition cost of superior room £50 for one additional chair not value.
Good location and efficient personal welcome; we have stayed there before and were familiar with the hotel
Disappointed that the food not as good as normal - two of us had lamb and it was very fatty; the other two had pork belly and it was overcooked. Perhaps this was because they had a noisy and boozy Xmas party going on.
Long wait for service in restaurant in evening. People on next table left without receiving their desert. There seemed to be a large shooting party staying. this may have caused the waiting times for service. we stayed in room 15 which was only a few feet from the main road in a small out side group of 4 rooms. decour very nice but room small. We had no complaints about this room other than its location within the complex and size did not warrant a Superior classification. In spite of the above we would happily stay again.
The room was clean and tidy. The staff particularly the italian(?) waiter are very friendly and obliging. The bed was very comfortable - not too soft but not as hard as a rock either! The food was absolutely excellent. My wife has her steak very well done and this often results in her getting a dry or actually cremated piece of meat. Here, the steak was cooked perfectly - still juicy without any pink or bloody areas but not in any way burnt!
Very limited to choice (not even all the digital terrestrial channels) - at these prices I would really expect the sky or virginmedia ends package). Towels - initially the room had quite small bath towels. These were replaced with larger beach towels on request but again I would expect these as standard - they a re at economy hotels like PremierInn! Wifi despite having a network extender in the room (which gave a ver strong wifi signal) we couldn't actually connect to the Internet through it! The manager came to investigate and took the extender away for replacement but the latte r never turned up and no note or explanation was left. Even in the communal areas the wifi was hit and miss. Mobile reception is awful. Whilst this is not the hotel's fault they could investigate getting a mini base station from the mobile operators (or having a full tower on site) Glass walls/doors to toilet and shower room - very disconcerting. Yes there blinds but these do not cover the whole of the glass panels!
The Food. Excellent.
Didn't sleep on the 11th.October or the 19th.October.
The breakfasts and dinners were first class. And the afternoon tea was a delight. The room was cosy and comfortable. And the staff were very attentive and friendly.
No dislikes about the hotel.
Our deluxe room (no 19) was attractively furnished, tho the glassed-in bathroom was quite a novelty. We enjoyed breakfast and dinner in the conservatory, where both food and service were good.
Lighting in the restaurant was so "discreet" that we needed a torch to read the menu! Also in the room, we lacked proper reading light. We only managed a WiFi connection downstairs, not in our room.
A well lit shaving/make up mirror should be available as standard in any hotel room. I had to put my make up on in the car using the rear view mirror! I was in a gatehouse room.
It was our wedding anniversary and it made a perfect day.
Bedroom eas slighty cramped.
Nice building with character. Easy to find with lots to do nearby.
Poor bathroom with glass panels and badly fitted door. Small bedroom for two people. Having to ask for someone to take our order for breakfast. Food overall was very ordinary.
pillows (not foam which makes the head sweat!); food; staff;
Staff really pleasant. Breakfast really good. Nice location
Wifes food a bit salty.( Liver and bacon ) Beds too low to ground and bedside tables too high ( room 11 ) Two wash hand basin design silly . No place to put wash bag. Lack of grab rails for oldies in bathroom
Could not fault a single thing
Liked the hotel spacious corridors helpful staff. Would have liked a room with a view rather than over the extension and conservatory .
If we had been staying more than one night would have like a different room. Rather than looking out on to scaffold poles and planks laid flat on the roof.
The room was clean modern and the bed very comfy. The staff were attentive and efficient . The freshly cooked breakfast is so much better than buffet style. The cost was good considering the high standard of the hotel. Hope to come against for a longer stay
I did not like the ill fitting glass door to the bathroom. it does not allow privacy.
Bed and linen was exptremely comfortable.
No wi-fi in room
The staff in the Restaurant and Bar were excellent. The food served at Supper was also excellent. The location was very easy to find. The room was very well presented with a good modern bathroom. The hotel is set in very pleasant grounds.
The staff on arrival were engaged in 'other stuff' and therefore the welcome was not particularly welcoming or friendly. However the lady who showed us to our room was one of the two who served us in the restaurant, and was very welcoming. The room was very warm and when we opened the window there was a smell of cooking coming from the kitchen. The bed was very soft. Having stayed in a similar type of hotel in Bath, two nights previously, where the breakfast was excellent (home made bread, great selection of fruit, yoghurts, muesli et.) the breakfast at the Hartnoll was rather standard and the pastries tired looking so we didn't have any. On checking out, we had an efficient but again rather cool 'thank you' - we felt that the reception staff saw us as just another punter.
The lovely room The comfy bed Breakfast in the conservatory The friendly staff
The view over the car park
clean , comfortable and good food food
room small and near the the road
Modern, clean, lovely setting, good restaurant, good food
Great Staff and food. Nothing was too much trouble. I will go back for sure. Room was very comfortable but not quite enough space to work in.
A bit noisy as the room I was in was above the patio
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