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The Horn of Plenty

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Close yet still a world away

The Horn of Plenty provides outstanding food, accommodation and service in a stunning location.

Located on the Devon/Cornwall border and surrounded by stunning country views, The Horn of Plenty is a beautiful, independently owned 4-star Country House Hotel with a 2 AA Rosette fine dining restaurant where contemporary meets country chic.

You'll feel right at home here; this luxury manor house hotel offers a welcoming vibe of quality, relaxation and comfort.

The Rooms

The Horn of Plenty is a beautiful 19th century manor house located in the heart of Devon.   Located in stunning surroundings overlooking the Tamar Valley, they offer a high standard of excellence to make your stay in the West Country all the more relaxing, comfortable and enjoyable.

Each of the 16 en-suite bedrooms is unique in it’s country chic design, displaying both contemporary richness and classic sophistication. They’ve taken great care to restore the original period features, whilst installing all the modern comforts they know our guests will appreciate.

All of the rooms are light, fresh and airy, and most enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful landscape that surrounds us. From the magnificent Victorian walled gardens to the untouched charm of the Tamar Valley that lies beyond, they offer an experience that will delight your senses.

The Restaurant

With 2 AA Rosettes for culinary excellence, a passion for local produce and a team of genuinely smiley, helpful staff, The Horn of Plenty has been regarded as one of the very best restaurants in Devon for 50 years.   With the stunning, untouched beauty of the Tamar Valley as the backdrop, diners are invited to enjoy a truly unique experience.

Food for them is where the heart is.  The menu showcases their passion for British food, with hints of French flair.

The talented team of six chefs thrive at creating exciting dishes using high quality,  seasonal ingredients.  Creativity, flavour and visual appeal are all harnessed to stunning effect.

They are big advocates of local producers.  They believe passionately that Devon and Cornwall are home to some of the finest ingredients in the land, so they source what they can locally, and theme their dishes based on the seasons.  Currently over 70% of the produce is sourced within Devon, and 90% from the South West

They’re open daily for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.  

Special Offers: 
We have some fantastic late availability rates on selected dates, so you can escape the humdrum and enjoy a day or two relaxing and enjoying Devon in Spring. Your Late Break includes: Accommodation in a Comfy or Cosy room Dinner in our 2 AA rosette restaurant, choosing from our normal table d’hote menu Full English breakfast Please call for availability: 01822 832 528. Just £189 per couple, per night. Or why not upgrade to a deluxe room for an additional £20 per room per night, subject to availability. This offer is available by phone only so please call us on 01822 832 528. New bookings only.
Special Offer Ends: 
3 months 3 weeks ago
Late Availability: 
We have some fantastic late availability rates on selected dates, so you can escape the humdrum and enjoy a day or two relaxing and enjoying Devon in Spring. Your Late Break includes: Accommodation in a Comfy or Cosy room Dinner in our 2 AA rosette restaurant, choosing from our normal table d’hote menu Full English breakfast Please call for availability: 01822 832 528. Just £189 per couple, per night. Or why not upgrade to a deluxe room for an additional £20 per room per night, subject to availability. This offer is available by phone only so please call us on 01822 832 528. New bookings only.
Local Towns and Villages
What's nearby?: 
Dartmoor National Park A beautiful moorland landscape with wooded valleys and wind swept tors, with a rich habitat for wildlife and a wealth of archaeological remains. Brentor has a short but fairly steep walk to the summit, with stupendous views as a reward for your efforts. The skyline is dominated by the tower of the 800-year-old church of St Michael of the Rock, St Michael de Rupe. (10 min) Burrator Reservoir and Forest. 1,000 acres of paths and a forest road. Stunning scenery for walking, cycling or touring. (20 min) Chagford with its Tudor and Georgian buildings and 16th-century bridge over the River Teign, is a pleasant old stannary town set on the edge of Dartmoor. The poet Godolphin was shot in Chagford during the Civil War: his ghost is sometimes seen in a local ‘pub. In the summer of 1944, while staying at The Easton Cross Hotel, a mile from Chagford, Evelyn Waugh wrote ‘Brideshead Revisited’. (45 min) Dartmeet where the east and west Dart meet is a famous beauty spot (somewhat crowded in high season). (30 min) Postbridge is a tiny hamlet in the middle of Dartmoor, noted for its medieval stone-slab bridge. It offers the chance to explore the high moor, or alternatively walking in the shelter of the forest. Walks will lead you to East Dart River, the Bellever Forest and the historic Lich Way, as well as a route through the 18th and 19th century field systems. To the south of Postbridge, Broadun Pound is the largest pre-historic enclosure on Dartmoor. (35 min) Princetown is a bleak spot at the centre of Dartmoor, best known for its gloomy prison, built for French prisoners of war in 1806-13. Princetown is now also the home of the first brewery to be opened on Dartmoor. It was launched in 1994, a purpose-built feature of The Prince of Wales Inn. Tel: 01822 890719. (20 min) Widecombe in the Moor is the village made famous by Uncle Tom Cobleigh (and all) of Widecombe Fair. The fair is still held on the second Tuesday of September. Widecombe Church has one of the finest towers in Devon. (45 min) Around Plymouth National Marine Aquarium – discover an exciting world where science and conservation come to life in the ocean experience of a lifetime. (30 min) Newton Ferrers – there are fishing trips (and fine cliff-top views) from the pretty village of Newton Ferrers. (1 hour 15 min) Rame Head – a ruined chapel stands at Rame Head. There are marvellous views of Plymouth in the east and Whitsand Bay to the west . (45 min). Plymouth Gin Distillery offers a range of unique tours for food and drink enthusiasts.
The Horn of Plenty Country House Hotel and Restaurant
Gulworthy
Tavistock
Devon
PL19 8JD