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Kitley House Hotel
Kitley Estate


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Kitley House Hotel is situated between the villages of Brixton and Yealmpton, approximately six miles from the city of Plymouth. You arrive by the mile long drive into this magnificent and tranquil 300 acre private estate, and find yourself in an oasis of quiet luxury and elegance.

The hotel boasts 19 spacious bedrooms and suites, most of which have panoramic views over the estate and are richly appointed with furnishings designed to reflect the traditional elegance of this Grade I listed building, whilst incorporating all modern facilities demanded by discerning guests.

The Club Bar complements the Library Restaurant perfectly, both providing a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where guests can combine business with pleasure by conducting an informal breakfast or mid-morning meeting over coffee, enjoy a light lunch, or simply spend a carefree afternoon with family and friends for tea on the terrace. Dinner is an ideal time to sample the very best of Westcountry Produce cooked in a creative and imaginative manner by Chef Vivien Marshall.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 19
Number Ensuite: 19

Price per Person

Price Includes: Bed & Breakfast
Double: From 39.50
Twin: From 39.50
Single: From 69.50
Suite: From 49.50
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Name: Terrace Restaurant and Bar
Cuisine: Regional Westcountry
Chef: Vivien Marshall

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