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Dartmoor Easter Escape at The Two Bridges Hotel

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Easter Escapes at the Two Bridges Hotel

Easter comes early this year. The perfect excuse to pack a bag and head to glorious Dartmoor.

Take your pick from their range of warm and welcoming rooms – from a cosy Country Double or Twin to a sumptuous Premier Room with spa bath.  And they have rooms with space for an extra bed or two if you’re bringing the children.

Start the day with their proper Full Dartmoor Breakfast (or maybe Eggs Benedict for something lighter), then enjoy a day out exploring glorious Devon.  Dartmoor National Park is their “back garden”, and is yours to explore.  Or head to Devon’s coasts – the soft and scenic south coast beaches and estuaries, or the rugged and wild coasts of North Devon and North Cornwall.

Whatever you do, leave plenty of time to just relax and enjoy the Two Bridges Hotel and their acres of riverside grounds, or take a way-marked walk to the beautiful Wistman’s Wood.  It’s also worth a short drive to Tavistock, an historic and award-winning Devon market town, where you’ll find a range of independent shops, historic buildings, riverside walks and their sister hotel, The Bedford Hotel (the perfect spot for a morning coffee or a Devon cream tea!).

Their talented and award-winning chefs, led by Executive Chef Mike Palmer, will prepare some of the finest Devon produce for your enjoyment – top quality meats from local butchers and farmers, the daily catch from Devon’s coasts, delicious seasonal veg, and always-tempting desserts.

During your stay, why not try the following:

Crafty Castle Capers
Easter craft fun for all the family at Castle Drogo.Near Drewsteignton,
14 miles from the Two Bridges Hotel.


Full Steam Ahead
The South Devon Railway is the longest established heritage steam railway in the West Country, and runs along the scenic Dart Valley from Buckfastleigh to Totnes.
There’s also a museum and shop, and (if you book in advance) the chance to drive a train!  
At Buckfastleigh, 12 miles from the Two Bridges Hotel.


A Devon Cream Tea
Enjoy a perfect Devon Cream Tea in the award-winning market town of Tavistock, at our sister-hotel, The Bedford.  
8 miles from the Two Bridges Hotel.


Prices and Bookings

£80 per person per night, including breakfast and three course dinner.  

£5 per person per night supplement applies Friday and Saturday.

Upgrade to an Historic Room, with additional character and features, for just £20 per person, per night, supplement.

Upgrade to a Premier Room, with a four-poster bed and spa bath, for a supplement of £45 per person, per night.

These prices are based on two people sharing a twin or double room.  Supplements apply for single occupancy.  Children under 16 sharing with 2 adults are charged at £35 per night including breakfast.

Book on-line, or call on 01822-892300 to book your Easter Escape.




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