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Dart Marina
Sandquay Road

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Dart Marina Hotel & Spa is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the banks of the River Dart. A combination of stylish, contemporary accommodation, exceptional cuisine and superb service, Dart Marina is a four star Hotel with a welcoming, attentive and professional team.

Dart Marina’s elegant fine dining River Restaurant, which holds an AA Rosette, has exemplary standards of cuisine, wines and service - each course builds to a culinary masterpiece.

Head chef, Peter Alcroft, who was brought up in Devon, delights in using local, seasonal ingredients, sourced from the waters, pastures and producers, and works with each season - from the first tender pink new season rhubarb, to the summer soft fruits ripened to perfection, and fresh vegetables from around the West Country, each menu is devised to reflect the abundance of flavour, passion and dedication of farmers, growers and producers of the South Hams area.

The health spa is a haven for total relaxation - experienced and welcoming therapists offer luxurious, holistic treatments, which leave the skin glowing and aid a blissful night’s sleep. The world-renowned House of Elemis treatments are used alongside a new range of luxury 100% organic hand, nail and foot treatments from Pinks Boutique . There’s an exercise suite, a pool and a steam room and afterwards, drench showers to reinvigorate and refresh you.

Dartmouth is a famous yachting centre with a long maritime history. The town has winding streets lined with small shops and bustles with small water taxis ferrying people backwards and forwards along the river. Add into the mix the unmistakable sound of the steam train puffing away on the Kingswear side of the River Dart and you have the complete picture! Within a short drive there are award-winning Blue Flag beaches, breathtaking coastal path walks, historic houses and gardens and riverside walks.

Dart Marina has benefitted from a 2.5 million investment in 2015 and created 16 stunning new Deluxe Rooms and Junior Suites all with large spacious balconies with loungers.

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Nearest Train Station: Totnes
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Ratings/Awards: South Hams Green Tourism Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 49
Number Ensuite: 49

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast & VAT
Double: From £200
Suite: From £300
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Name: River Restaurant
Cuisine: Fine Dining
Chef: Peter Alcroft
Awards: AA Rosette

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Riverside Break
Our Riverside Break includes evening meal served in the River Restaurant and Full English Breakfast.
Prices start at:

From £250.00 November 2016 – February 2017

From £270.00 March 2017

From £310.00 April – October 2017

Prices are per room per night, based on 2 sharing a Standard room with Balcony. Room upgrades available at a supplement.

Stay overnight on a standard room with balcony with fantastic river views. Start the morning with a full English breakfast, then be pampered with a choice of a 60 minute treatment of your choice.


Stay two nights in a Deluxe Balcony room, to include a bottle of Prosecco in your room on arrival, with some handmade chocolates, breakfast both mornings, Afternoon Tea Royale on one day, dinner for two on one day and a 60 minute treatment per person.


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