Hotel Endsleigh (Tavistock) Reviews
Description:Address: Tavistock / Devon / England / 16 luxurious rooms are set in the regency period and look out onto beautiful ... more
Newest Review: ... and Humphry Repton created an outstanding garden for her. Both the house and the garden are Grade I listed." The hotel is currently owned by internationally renowned Alex Polizzi and the decor of the hotel has been designed by herself and her mother, Olga Polizzi. There are 16 rooms, all of which have been styled sympathetically to the Regency period in which the house dates - in ... more
Customer Hotel Endsleigh (Tavistock) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/09/08 (Very useful, 143 readings)
We stayed at this hotel last year on our wedding night and have to say it is the most amazing hotel we have ever stayed in! It is situated on the edge of Dartmoor on the outskirts of a village called Milton Abbot. Dartmoor is a beautiful national park with wide areas of open moorland - a must for the keen walker, rider, canoeist or even a keen fisherman! There are also many wild ponies on the moor - while many of these are no longer pure Dartmoor ponies, they are still around along with Shetland ponies and crosses of the two! The hotel itself is very old - in fact the website says the following of its' history - "The first stone was laid ... Read the complete review
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