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Lewtrenchard Manor - At A Glance
Hidden away in a lush wooded valley just beneath rugged Dartmoor, Lewtrenchard Manor ticks all those romantic getaway boxes as you turn into the drive past the dovecote, parkland and Victorian walled gardens.
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Hit the spot
A secluded valley on the fringes of Dartmoor.
Not for those with light and bright, contemporary tastes.
Olde England Jacobean gem.
Rooms and suites
14 rooms, including 5 suites
You’ll find a flatscreen TV and DVD player, internet access, fresh flowers and towelling robes.
Rooms off the gallery have a true traditional feel, with sleigh or four poster beds, dark oak panelling and Jacobean antique furniture.
Bed down in the private St Gertrude suite for a taste of Jacobean Olde England, the Tower House for privacy or St Clement’s for a more contemporary feel.
Eat & Drink
Dining in Lewtrenchard Manor’s oak panelled dining room is a treat. Look forward to chef patron Jason Hornbuckle’s flavoursome three-rosette food, with seasonal changing menus. Most of the herbs and veggies are grown in the hotel's own gardens and there’s an emphasis on fresh-landed Cornish fish and Devonshire game – whether woodcock, pheasant or venison.
Lewtrenchard Manor also offers a “Purple Carrot” dining experience. Guests sit down to an eight-course personalised menu in the private dining room with views of the chefs at work, and champagne served at the chef’s kitchen bar.
Breakfast is served until 9.30am. Try the hog’s pudding – a local speciality.
Available morning and evening.
See & DoSee & Do
You’re close to the rugged Dartmoor National Park, with its tors, birdlife and wild ponies. Tintagel Castle (home of legendary King Arthur) is well worth a visit, as is the castle at nearby Okehampton. Garden fans should head for the astonishing Lost Gardens of Heligan or the rhododendron-rich grounds of nearby Lanhydrock House. The Eden Project, with its global gardens and rainforests, is also within easy reach. Falconry lessons can be booked in Lewtrenchard’s gardens.
In-room spa treatments can be booked with local therapists through reception.
Dartmouth Royal Regatta kicks off with boat races, military parades and balls.
Dating back to the 12th century, the annual Tavistock Goose Fair draws market traders from all over the country.
GBP 155 - 375
Open all year
Minimum night stay?
Two nights at weekends.
Welcome – though under-8s are not allowed in the restaurant at night.
Dogs welcome – charged at GBP 10 per night.
Yes. Receptions for up to 60 guests can be held in the grand rococo ballroom, with its carved cherubs and gold leaf. There is also a little church beside the gates of the hotel.
Lewdown, Nr Okehampton, Devon EX20 4PN
There is free guest parking.
Exeter St David's station – 20 miles. Exeter is served by regular trains from London Paddington.
GBP 40 from the station.
Exeter Airport – 28 miles. There is a helipad on site.