Tavistock 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 Tavistock 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 Tavistock then you can always widen your search to other towns for hotels in Devon.
Bedford Hotel - On the edge of Dartmoor National Park, The Bedford Hotel is located in the town of Tavistock. It offers fine dining and modern rooms with flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. Rooms at the Hotel Bedford all have en suite bathrooms with showers, hair dryers and tea/coffee making facilities. A traditional breakfast is included in the room rate. Woburn's restaurant serves excellent food, and has an AA Red Rosette. The traditional Dukes Bar offers local ales, a bar menu and a walled garden for afternoon tea. Tavistock Farmers Market and the riverside are just a few minutes' walk from the hotel. Many National Trust houses are nearby and the beach at Plymouth is a 20-minute drive. There are several golf courses close to the Bedford Hotel and the world famous Eden Project is just 30 miles away. Free parking is available at the hotel.
The Coachouse Hotel & Restaurant - This lovely 19th century coach house is set on the edge of Dartmoor, close to historic Tavistock and the Tamar Valley. The valley is of outstanding natural beauty, yet only 15 miles from Plymouth. The Coach House was built on a site, which was originally an Anglo Saxon settlement in 850 AD. It was built by The Duke of Bedford in 1857 to his own design as part of a model farm. It was sold in 1988 and converted to a 3-star hotel. The hotel regrets that it cannot accommodate children under the age of 5 years old.
Browns Tavistock Gold Award - On the edge of Dartmoor National Park, Browns Tavistock Hotel offers luxury accommodation. There is a fantastic restaurant and rooms have en suite bathrooms, satellite TVs, DVD players and Wi-Fi. The individually appointed rooms all feature Egyptian cotton sheets and Molten Brown toiletries. All rooms have access to a DVD library and tea/coffee making facilities. The award winning restaurant offers sophisticated cuisine made with locally sourced produce. Devonshire cream teas are served in the secret garden, whilst the bar has a great selection of wines and cocktails. Guests at Browns Tavistock can also relax in the courtyard, or the airy conservatory, where there is a functioning freshwater well that dates back to Roman times. Tavistock town centre offers a busy market and independent shops selling arts and crafts. Browns is within easy reach of Plymouth and Exeter, and Cornwall's beautiful coast.
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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..