Inns in North Bovey
Landlord, Simon Saunders, and his staff welcome you to the Ring of
Bells. An early, thatched Dartmoor inn, the Ring of Bells has many period
features including a 15th century arched door frame, heavy oak doors, low
ceilings and beams - and a grandfather clock built into the wall.
The inn is a series of cosy rooms heated by open fires. In the evenings
candlelight adds to the warm and welcoming atmosphere. In the summer months,
the garden is a delight and a real sun-trap, making it a great place to
while away an afternoon.
Upstairs at the Ring of Bells are five double en-suite letting rooms, some reached by fantastic - if steep - granite spiral staircases. All rooms have colour TV and tea and coffee making facilities. There are two further rooms, currently being refurbished, that will be available early this summer. Rooms are £40 per person, per night - based on two people sharing. Please call to make a reservation, or to ask about single room rates. We also have fold-out beds available to accommodate extra people, or children, in larger rooms. Please call to discuss.
All credit cards are welcome, except Amex and Diners Club. Well-behaved dogs are welcome everywhere except in the dining room.
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