North Bovey is a great location to base your holiday in Devon. Whether you plan to stay local and just enjoy the excellent facilities offered by these North Bovey hotels or just use the hotel as a base to explore what Devon has to offer.
If you can't find what you are looking for in North Bovey then you can always widen your search to other towns for hotels in Devon.
The White Hart Hotel - Dating back to 1639, the White Hart Hotel retains plenty of its beautiful original period character while also offering comfortable accommodation for a cosy retreat amid beautiful Devon countryside. This Grade II listed building has recently been refurbished and now offers high standard accommodation. The hotel has been awarded 3 stars and a 77% merit rating by the AA. All of the 28 en suite rooms are comfortable and well equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, flat-screen TVs and CD players. The restaurant has received an AA Rosette award for its delicious authentic local food, made using produce sourced from the surrounding region wherever possible. The hotel is also well known for its selection of local cask beers and real ales, as well as its range of malt whiskies. Located in Moretonhampstead in the heart of the Dartmoor National Park, the hotel is a superb base for walking Dartmoor and for exploring Devon.
Bovey Castle - In the heart of Dartmoor National Park and 15 minutes from the A30, the historic, luxurious Bovey Castle with spa and golf course sits high on the valley's edge. It sits above Edwardian gardens, the golf course and the River Bovey. Easdon Tor stands on the other side of the valley. Bedrooms have excellent beds, wonderful views, free internet and movie channels. Featured in the Cond
The Edgemoor Country House Hotel And Restaurant - On the boundary of Dartmoor National Park, less than 3 miles from the A38, this elegant Victorian country house boasts an award-winning restaurant, fireside bistro and an extensive wine list. In a haven of tranquillity, surrounded by its own immaculately kept grounds, the hotel is only minutes away from the many famous Tors and villages within Dartmoor. The coast and the major cities of Exeter and Plymouth are within easy driving distance. Built in the 1870s, the house was once Bovey Tracey Grammar School. The house has since undergone substantial tasteful renovation and now features a mixture of both traditional and contemporary style interiors, which complement the historic Victorian architecture and enhance the warm friendly welcome and attention to detail.
If you would prefer more space or the flexibility of a self catering holiday in Devon then why not have a look at the large choice of cottages, apartments, lodges and holiday caravans available in Devon. If you are looking for a lower cost alternative to hotels then you may like to consider a Devon B&B or hostel..