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Ilsington Country House Hotel
Ilsington Village
Bovey Tracey
Devon

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The Ilsington Hotel, Dartmoor, is a charming English country house hotel located within the boundaries of Dartmoor National Park in South Devon. Set amidst 10 acres of landscaped grounds and gardens, Ilsington Hotel commands panoramic views over the surrounding moorland and tors. This beautiful Dartmoor hotel is 6 miles from Newton Abbot and is well placed for exploring South Devon with its wealth of attractions, unspoilt beaches and fascinating coastline.

Every bedroom at the Ilsington Hotel, Dartmoor, takes in breathtaking countryside views and guests are guaranteed a warm, friendly welcome. Excellent food, prepared from fresh market produce, is served in the award-winning restaurant. Guest have use of the hotel leisure club with indoor pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room and gym.A member of Classic British Hotels.

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