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The Sea Trout Inn is a traditional South Devon Inn dating back to the 15th century. Situated in the picturesque South Hams village of Staverton near Totnes the Sea Trout Inn hotel and restaurant is an idyllic country retreat. There are 10 well appointed en-suite rooms available for bed...
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Fabulous weekend spent here. Great staff, lovely food, very comfortable rooms. Simon and Lauren are wonderful hosts. Would definitely recommend it. Looking forward to our next visit. Thank you from Ian and Jose.
We stayed here last minute and were thrilled . We stayed in the annex room and were very comfortable . Lovely bathroom with a powerful shower .
The food was lovely and the welcome warm and friendly. It has a delightful garden too.
Booked in nights as looking for somewhere to stay outside Paignton as we were going to the Bmad bike weekend.
Although pub is quite rural it is situated in a lovely village with beautiful church. Lovely family owned pub who are very attentive & very...More
We have had a a wonderful two days at the Sea Trout Inn! The Food was absolutely superb and Lauren, Simon and Nigel the hosts are fabulous! Lizzie and Jabbers were also so friendly and sadly I cannot remember the other lady that helped us...More
We chose this pub as our Sunday family-lunch venue on a return train-trip on the excellent South Devon Steam Railway. It is an easy walk from Staverton station, but not a lot of travellers choose to get off there, presumably prefering to go to an...More
Response from LAUREN N, Owner at Sea Trout InnResponded 3 weeks ago
We so glad you enjoyed your Sunday out in our garden. Your comments are welcomed and staff been informed of the ketchup bottles. Mass spring clean going on as we speak. We do hope to see you again soon.
Response from petergreig | Reviewed this property |
My brother was a local doctor who used to fish the Dart and we often walked the banks, There is a good path along much of it but there are parts where it can be tricky, particularly as you get older. There is a short walk... More
My brother was a local doctor who used to fish the Dart and we often walked the banks, There is a good path along much of it but there are parts where it can be tricky, particularly as you get older. There is a short walk past the church to the railway halt down the hill which I took each morning I stayed at the hotel. It is a great area with so much to see up and down the Dart, well worth a visit.