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Bovey Castle

Bovey Castle

History, glamour, excitement and adventure - Bovey Castle is truly a luxurious award winning hotel set in beautiful countryside surroundings. A place where you can live out your dreams then put your feet up. In the ... More | visit website

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Burgh Island Hotel

Burgh Island Hotel

A unique example of 1930s modernism, set on its own private island off the South Devon Coast, Burgh Island has been frequented by bright young things since it opened as an hotel in 1928. Agatha ... More | visit website

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Higher Westcott Farm

Higher Westcott Farm
When a graphic designer and a Conran restaurant manager team up, you expect great things. At Higher Westcott Farm, you get them. This 300-year-old Devon Longhouse is perched in the amid Dartmoor’s Middle Earth woodland ... More
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Hotel Barcelona

Hotel Barcelona
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Our bedrooms are tranquil spaces to relax and hide away. Expect big windows and original parquet floors, cordless telephone and dataport, TV, video and CD player. The aquamarine bathrooms have curious floors and ... More

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Southernhay House

Southernhay House
Southernhay House Hotel is a conversion of a classic Grade II* Georgian townhouse into a chic, boutique hotel, bar and restaurant where people meet, eat and sleep.We offer the best we can find, in food, ... More | visit website
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Sunridge Lodge

Sunridge Lodge
Set on a private pocket of Devonshire farmland with its own carp-filled fishing lake but a casting away, Sunridge Fishing Lodge is a stylishly converted barn with a cutting-edge interior. Not just aimed at anglers, ... More
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The Magdalen Chapter

The Magdalen Chapter
The Magdalen Chapter takes residence in one of the most iconic buildings in Exeter. The Edwardian West of England Eye Hospital has been transformed to offer all the sophistication of contemporary English living combined with ... More | visit website
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Upcott House

Built by an admiral for his favourite daughter, Upcott House is an elegant Arts and Crafts country house set in sweeping lawns above a spectacular stretch of East Devon coast. This refined holiday house is ... More
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Whitehouse

Whitehouse
Take a quaint Devonshire coastal village, add a beautiful Georgian building, mix in some funky, chunky furniture, black Italian chandeliers, roll-top baths, cover in Frette linen, and serve with a home-cooked country platter. Welcome to ... More

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