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My wife Elaine and I enjoyed the comfort and views of an Estuary View Room . Excellent thoughtful touches like a Pantry on our floor with complimentary drinks etc. Room was well decorated, the beds to die for. Also the bedroom had binoculars so that...More
We were given a gift voucher by a friend and although our main aim was to eat at the hotel, we did want to stay too. I called to check and there is one room - The Tern - that takes dogs, so we booked....More
My partner and I stayed on a Sunday night in the Gannet. The room was beautifully decorated and had stunning views over the Exe Estuary, we especially liked the little touch of the gin and tonic tray.
Luckily for us the weather was perfect, so...More
The hotel staff were hard working, and very helpful. The service can be slow at times, due to a healthy number of people eating. As we were on holiday we just enjoyed the view, and sat back and waited. The food was super - we...More
We had a fabulous weekend here for our wedding anniversary, a beautiful place with stunning views, we started our stay with a walk around the grounds and new vineyard then had our early evening complementary G & T’s followed by a fantastic meal my favourite...More
Response from GM_LympstoneManor | Property representative |
Dear Jane, we have two dog friendly bedrooms which can be accessed by their own entrance and 28 acres of garden for them to explore, along with superb coastal walks on our doorstep, we do ask that our four legged friends do... More
Dear Jane, we have two dog friendly bedrooms which can be accessed by their own entrance and 28 acres of garden for them to explore, along with superb coastal walks on our doorstep, we do ask that our four legged friends do not venture into the main hotel however. Kindest Regards
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"We had the room called Nuthatch. Great views of the estuary from the balcony, a sublime bed and very quiet..."