Overpriced but quite nice. Room was good, bed was very comfortable but the bathroom very small and generally, could have been cleaner. No good toiletries as stated in brochure. 3 course dinner and not 4 as stated and food whilst the mains were good, (venison, duck) the puds were average. Didn't taste home made, they were tarts on both evenings eg: pear, treacle which could have been shop bought I am not sure about this.
Sheila snd Richard very nice people. The house could definitely do with some work (and cleaning). Location beautiful. Very nice overall but too expensive for what it is.
Would recommend to friends if they could do a deal on the price £150per night is steep.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eccentric, quirky, unique, relaxed, different - Fingals is all of these and much, much more! A handsome Grade 2 listed Devon farmhouse which is mentioned in the Doomesday Book, Fingals has been family owned and run by Richard Johnston for the past 30 years. Richard has lovingly transformed the farmhouse into a luxurious country house bed and breakfast with self-catering cottages nestling in a tranquil Devon valley set back from the River Dart. As soon as you step through the front door you experience the warmth, relaxation and comfort which seems to hug you as you arrive! It is a home away from home. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Fingals Hotel Dittisham
- Fingals Boutique B&B Dittisham, Devon