Parkwood Rd, Tavistock PL19 0JS, UK – 01822 615441
Had a lovely stay lodge was very relaxing and lakes amazing made to feel relaxed the moment we arrived very relaxed by the time we left 5 days later
Great day fishing on the fisheries, didn't stay in the cottages so can't comment
1 Plymouth Rd, Tavistock PL19 8BB, UK – 01822 613221
Called information cream tea with some out of town visitors. Very old fashioned, very nice. Everyone enjoyed it.
An excellent hotel right in the middle of Tavistock. Although I've never actually stayed the night in the hotel I have attended weddings and school events. On each circumstance they have had excellent service and friendly staff.
50 Plymouth Rd, Tavistock PL19 8BU, UK – 01822 481627
A beautiful, newly renovated B'n'B with 5* service from Brad and Gill, the owners. Just a couple of minutes walk into central Tavistock and we didn't find any issues in parking outside the hotel at all. Breakfast was fantastic. We would highly recommend staying here.
Without doubt the finest independently owned and run small hotel that I have stayed at in a long, long time. Beautifully appointed, comfortable and clean rooms, a generous choice of breakfast options which includes food that is superbly cooked. The friendly owners can't do enough to ensure that your stay is nothing short of perfect and that you will remember to come back another day...which I shall certainly do, I can't recommend this place enough!
15 West St, Tavistock PL19 8AN, UK – 01822 612145
Gorgeous food with inventive Sunday menu and lovely presentation. Good friendly service. Not cheap, but lunch was so good that I didn't feel I'd overpaid. Comfy seating. The place fills up quickly so I would advise booking. Bar area is separate from the two dining areas. Reasonably comfortable and supportive seats. Charming building. Decent toilets. Small car park to the rear for approx. 10 cars, but Tavistock has many good value car parks 10 minute walk away, so not a major problem.
Had Sunday lunch at The Cornish Arms today (Sunday 7th January 2018) The staff, their sevice and the meal itself was of a very high standard. If you are looking for fine dining there is no better place to eat in Tavistock than The Cornish Arms.
Lamerton, Tavistock PL19 8QR, UK – 01822 612962
A real country free house. The original building is quite small but a tasteful extension has been added.A wide menu,plus specials,takes it beyond normal pub food.Good choice of drinks.Benifits from a large car park and a winter fire makes it cosy. Excellent
Had a lovely meal but they had the fire lit and it was extremely warm in the room. All the windows were screwed shut and so we were not able to open any which make it very uncomfortable
19 Brook St, Tavistock PL19 0HD, UK – 01822 615736
Beautifully quirky pub full of interesting antiques and atmosphere. Menu more upmarket than usual pub food. Utterly different and charming host. Recommended.
Great food and drink, reasonably priced. Fabulously friendly accommodating staff. Definitely will become a regular visitor.
44 Plymouth Rd, Tavistock PL19 8BU, UK – 07545 120885
Lovely little bed and breakfast, with a bit of parking space at the back of the property. Just two minutes walk from a beautiful little old town market of tavistock.
Lovely friendly welcome. Comfortable, homely & clean. I would highly recommend.
Colcharton Farm, Gulworthy, Tavistock PL19 8HU, UK – 01822 616435
With a bit of difficulty, found our farm stay in Tavistock, Devon. It is a stunner, as the spaciousness & luxuriousness are right up there, it has a sweet cottage garden, & best of all, is a 16th Century Elizabethan longhouse, with Victorian wing added. Very rural. Woke to cows. Room accomodation very agreeable. Felt pampered. Great bathroom. Meandering old house, with formal dining room complete with impressive period furniture, huge farmhouse kitchen, & suntrap conservatory overlooking back garden. Old longbarn in partial use & partial dilapidation, pretty interesting. He looks after the farm; she looks after the guests (very well). She is also an enthusiastic gardener, so the setting is worth a wander. The two cats were farm cats, i.e. not house inhabitants, & not exactly pampered pets, either. I think they earned their keep around the barn. Overall, very comfortable indeed. The hostess was very conversable & welcoming.
Excellent Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast in area of Dartmoor National Park and Devon Tourist spots. Lovely 16th century award winning Guest House. Paul Davies.
If you would like something truly different you might like to have a look at Airbnb. These are mostly B and Bs provided by people on a very informal basis. The may have a spare room, a yurt, a cottage or a barge with space they can receive guests for a night or a month! The website is highly professional. You can really see what you are going to get. Very well worth a look. Airbnb also show 'conventional' B&Bs as well. Enjoy!
Quant Park, Tavistock PL19 0JQ, UK – 01822 610136
Wonderful place. Beautifully decorated, great location, lovely views and warm welcome. Still retains lots if features from the original station.
These cottages have the most lovely views of Dartmoor, but they are also very handy for Tavistock town centre, which has some great little independent shops. I thought they were further out than they are, looking at the map before visiting but they are just up the hill, just out of the way enough that they are nice and peaceful. They are rather beautifully fitted out too. Re: the other review about railways: this is actually Tavistock North station - if you look at the proposed re-opening of the Plymouth line, if that happens, it will go in at the other end of the town!
56 West St, Tavistock PL19 8JZ, UK – 07890 284470
CCC...clean...comfortable...convenient. Lovely little cottage 5 mins walk into the town. Perfect for that Devon Break you always promised yourself.
A lovely 3 story town house in Tavistock. Well equipped and cosy.
Lower Chaddlehanger, Tavistock PL19 0LG, UK – 01822 810733
The Old Rectory, Gulworthy, Tavistock PL19 8JA, UK – 01822 481731
Nice laid back site in beautiful countryside. Facilities need updating but the new owners are on the case. Owners friendly and helpful.
We have had a lovely stay at this very friendly family orientated site. The pitches are generous in size and screened off between them. The owners are constantly improving the facilities and the guests are actively encouraged to partipate in the feeding of the animals. We thoroughly recommend the Old Rectory whether you are a camper caravanner or want a cottage or pod.