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Sea Trout Inn (The)
Staverton
Totnes
Devon

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The Sea Trout Inn is an idyllic, traditional Devon Inn dating back to the 15th Century situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Dart Valley, near Totnes. We have 10 en-suite letting rooms, a Fine Dining Conservatory Restaurant serving Modern British Cuisine and two individual bar areas serving freshly prepared, homemade, traditional pub food to a very high standard. The surrounding area has a lot to offer whether it be for a gentle walk along the River Dart, visiting local historical buildings such a Buckfast Abbey, or participating in one of the many outdoor activities like fishing, golf or shooting. Superbly located in the South Hams for exploring The English Riviera with Torquay being only a 15 minute drive away. Wonderfully located for a restful weekend break, business meeting, lunch or a romantic dinner, The Sea Trout is a welcoming and friendly place for all

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Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 2 Star (AA 68%)
2 AA Red Rosettes
2 RAC Dining Awards
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
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Satellite TV - in bar
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