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Two Bridges Hotel
Two Bridges
Two Bridges
Devon

PL20 6SW | View map
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Nestling beside the picturesque West Dart River at the very heart of Dartmoor, The Two Bridges Hotel retains the atmosphere of "Old England" with its huge log fires and interesting collection of clocks, gramophones and copper and brass.

Award-winning cuisine in our AA Red Rosette award-winning restaurant with innovative menus featuring the finest of local produce. Personal and attentive service combined with the relaxing ambience all add up to create a haven of peace and tranqility.

All bedrooms are en-suite and delightfully furnished; many have four posters, antique furniture and modern facilities, many with jacuzzi baths.

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Nearest Train Station: Plymouth
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Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 2 Star
Number of Rooms: 32
Number Ensuite: 32

Price per Person

Double: From 50
Twin: From 50
Single: From 75
Suite: From 60
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Restaurant

Name: Tors Restaurant
Chef: Andy Shortman
Awards: 2 AA Red Rosettes

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January Sale
ending 1st March
50% OFF Bed & Breakfast now just 335 per person.
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Offers posted Mon 17th Jan 2011

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