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Located in Buckfastleigh on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, next to the banks of River Dart. Among the various facilities of this property are a terrace, garden and a bar. Easy access from the A38. Fantastic location. Facilities are excellent. This is the second time that I have stay here . Definitely stay here again.
On the edge of the Dartmoor National Park just outside the village of Buckfastleigh, Kilbury Manor offers bed and breakfast accommodations set in 4 acres of gardens. Kilbury Manor was in a great location for me as I was attending a wedding nearby, however Buckfastleigh centre is only a short walk away and the steam trains are also very close by! My room was extremely clean and had a luxurious feel, it was fully kitted out with tea and coffee, it had a great shower and I slept extremely well. The hosts are very lovely and attentive. The breakfast (s) I had were delicious and nothing was too much trouble. I'd certainly recommend Kilbury Manor and I'd very happily come and stay again.
Located in Buckfastleigh in the Devon region, Ware House B&B provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. As soon as you arrive via the sweeping driveway you know this is a special place. The house is magnificent in its splendor and there is easy parking. On arrival you are greeted by the friendly owners Tim & Sam. We stayed in the deluxe king suite where the room has a real wow factor! The bed is super comfortable and everything about the room is luxurious from the beautiful stand alone bath to the stunning decor and private lounge with wide screen TV. There is a great variety of choice for breakfast and the hosts are very accommodating with any requests. Breakfast was delicious served in the high ceiling dining room with lots of natural sunlight with a relaxing view of greenery to start your day well. We look forward to returning again very soon! Thank you Tim & Sam for making our stay so perfect.
The Globe Inn is offering accommodations in Buckfastleigh. Guests can dine in the restaurant or a drink at the bar and free WiFi is available. Old country pub, lovely comfortable bed and pillows, friendly staff. Great ham, egg and chips. Although there was noise what else would you expect in a pub. Quiet after closing.
Set in Buckfastleigh, Furzeleigh Mill has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Hotel is near from National park Dartmoor and Backfast Abbey. Very good breakfast and dinner at the hotel. Large parking space.
On the edge of Dartmoor National Park, The Dartbridge Inn is located just off route A38. The traditional inn has a leafy terrace, open fires and a traditional restaurant. Very nice staff , good position , we live the the look of the pub . Great breakfast! We will come again !
Interesting place with lots to do especially if you have a car. The steam train is great for families with children. Buckfast Abbey is a beautiful church with lovely grounds and an interesting shop, especially the side with monastic gifts.
We loved the Abbey and spent a heavenly hour in its rose gardens and herb gardens. We were fascinated by the Holy Trinity Church and its association with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "Hounds of the Baskerville" story. The Valiant Soldier pub is a veritable time capsule from 50 years ago and a treasure trove of memorabilia from a bygone age. We ate at the Moorish restaurant, in Ashburton, which was wonderful, but didn't get the opportunity to dine in Buckfastleigh so we are not able to say how good they might be.
A pretty little town, with some nice individual shops, but the plus for us was the South Devon Railway which is situated here. Taking the steam train which borders the Dart down to Totnes is a real treat!
Buckfastleigh is an oasis of calm set in the grounds of the Abbey. It is new, contemporary, of very high quality in every respect and overall a great place to stay. Breakfast was very good and the people are excellent. We will definitely be back.
The abbey is awe inspiring. Everything about each aspect of the grounds and facilities have been so thoughtfully done...the gardens were beautiful and sitting out at the restaurant was such a blessing. The chapel at the far end of the abbey is the reason we visited. Definitely worth our little pilgrimage!
Were in Devon for a family visit, so know the general area pretty well, but had not explored this village in detail before. Thought it is delightful even sampled a couple of the shops and pubs. And a must is a trip on the railway and visit to the otters. Wanted to visit the local restaurant, Baker's Oven but it was closed on Sunday.
The owners are very friendly and enjoyable to stay with. Breakfast is very good, and there are different cooked options on the menu which are nice to try each day, as well as cereals, fruit, yogurt etc. The gardens are nice and there is a walk down to the river Dart through a field of sheep behind the house. Buckfastleigh and Ashburton are both nearby and pleasant towns; Buckfast Abbey is local and worth a visit; and the B&B is also well placed for exploring further north and south.
An amazing surprise. Last minute booking for work. I have stayed in many business hotels, and yet this accomodation is a Gem! Very good evening meal High quality accomodation ( triple glazed, lots of real oak in the bedrooms, great shower wet rooms,) Great setting Good breakfast Really great stay, and very very good value. Thank you
Hotel was very good value. Nicely appointed rooms and lots of choice at breakfast. Only problem was the water kept going off in our room so we couldn't use the bathroom. Probably just unfortunate timing and they were working on getting it fixed.
The Abbey Inn is in the perfect location for exploring Dartmoor National Park. This cosy inn has rooms with every comfort you need. The food is delicious as well!
The bed was really comfy, the staff really helpful. I would happily recommend this hotel to anyone.
Location. Food and menu excellent. Walking distance to Buckfastleigh Abbey, town and steam train