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Tel code: 01837 | code search
Postcode: EX20 | code search
Population: 580
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Pretty Maid’s Charity
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The village of Bridestowe in West Devon is so named after the 5th Century St Brigidia to whom its church is also dedicated. “Stowe” Means “Holy place of” And “Bridestowe” “Holy place of St Bridget”. A settlement at Bridestowe can be traced back to the Bronze Age. Visitors can obtain a “Book of Bridestowe” From the village Post-Office which documents the history of the village including feudal disputes and photographs of the old village. Bridestowe is a quiet rural village on the edge of Dartmoor and offers little more to its visitors than the peaceful tranquillity such locations have the privilege of enjoying. One interesting village fact is that until 2002, the village hall was a timber Nissan hut once used by General Eisenhower and in which he is reported to have signed some important papers. The main trunk road from London to Penzance ran through the centre of Bridestowe until the United States army built a bypass around the North of the village while stationed in the area during the Second World War. The glorious scenery and famous walks around Dartmoor make Bridestowe an ideal place to stay to get away from it all and truly relax and unwind.


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Collaven Manor Hotel (1.12 miles)

Collaven Manor Hotel
Nestling on the North West edge of Dartmoor, this beautiful small 15th century manor house, built of granite and covered in creeper, stands in four acres of picturesque gardens and paddocks. Once owned by the ... More | visit website
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The Fox & Hounds Hotel (1.66 miles)

The Fox & Hounds Hotel
The Fox and Hounds Hotel is situated within Dartmoor National Park and is a very popular destination for walkers and day-trippers to the moor. The moor is accesed directly via a trackway behind the Hotel. ... More | visit website
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Prewley Moor Arms (2.45 miles)

Prewley Moor Arms
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor just off the A30, the Prewley Moor Arms is centrally located within Devon and is a good starting point to go and explore not only Dartmoor but the coastal ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Okehampton Sourton Cross (2.54 miles)

Travelodge Okehampton Sourton Cross

Located on the A30 at the junction with the A386, 4 miles west of Okehampton, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Devon countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in ... More | visit website

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Lydford Country House (2.59 miles)

Lydford Country House
A family Country House with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, within Dartmoor National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Lydford Country House has been welcoming guests for over 100 years and was built by ... More | visit website
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Eversfield Lodge (2.79 miles)

Eversfield Lodge

Tucked away in the heart of West Devon on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, Eversfield Lodge forms part of an 850 acre working, organic farm producing award-winning meat.Eversfield Lodge offers luxury accommodation with beautifully ... More | visit website

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Fairway Lodge (3.11 miles)

Fairway Lodge
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor, located close to the historic town of Okehampton, the northern gateway to the Dartmoor National Park. ... More | visit website
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Lewtrenchard Manor (4.00 miles)

Lewtrenchard Manor

Built in a peaceful Devon valley, Lewtrenchard Manor is a Jacobean house built on the site of an earlier dwelling mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

Owned by Von Essen Hotels and run by General Manager Sarah ... More | visit website

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Upcott House (5.65 miles)

Upcott House
Set in the heart of Devon, this beautiful period house offers the perfect location for that relaxing holiday. Situated in its own spacious grounds, the house looks out across ""Okement Valley"" to ""Dartmoor"". ... More | visit website
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Fountain Hotel (5.89 miles)

Fountain Hotel

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The Fountain Hotel is a 16th century Coaching Inn with a beautiful courtyard garden and patrons car park at the rear. Situated on the edge of Dartmoor, the town of ... More

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