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We spent a weekend here with friends. If you’re looking for a boutique hotel then go elsewhere. But if you’re looking for a quintessential English seaside hotel with old world charm then this is the place to go. The staff are super friendly and great,...More
Great hotel, spotless. Good pool and friendly staff, nothing was to much. Would definitely recommend. Very quite and peaceful. Front and rear rooms are allow. We stayed 2 nights , the only point I would make as it was a bit remote.
Large very clean room, very soft mattress, good bathroom. Friendly staff, lovely patio in front of hotel overlooking outdoor pool. Very dog friendly. We just had a room service meal in the evening, my wife had a beef burger which she thought was as good...More
Booked directly with the hotel a couple of days before we wanted to stay – very helpful receptionist and straightforward process. Check-in was quick and it was good to be able to relax alongside the outdoor pool with a cool drink once we had unpacked....More
We have been using this hotel, on and off, for twenty years but this was first full week stay in what you would call a summer month. The first half of the week was a bit disappointing weather wise but you could not say the...More
So sorry, only just seen this question so I don't know if you actually made it in May! The village of Stoke Fleming is 2 1/2 miles from Dartmouth and parking in the actual town during the Festival is a nightmare. However... More
So sorry, only just seen this question so I don't know if you actually made it in May! The village of Stoke Fleming is 2 1/2 miles from Dartmouth and parking in the actual town during the Festival is a nightmare. However there is a park and ride at the top of the town, with buses running regularly. Taxis are good and not too expensive, especially if there's a group of you.