The Edgemoor Hotel Dartmoor

haytor road, Newton Abbot TQ13 9LE, United Kingdom

The Edgemoor Hotel Dartmoor
249 reviews
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H8R2+HP Newton Abbot, United Kingdom
+44 1626 832466
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Rebecca Parsons
Rebecca Parsons
Visited this hotel for a friend's wedding in June. The room was clean and comfortable, very bright with lots of natural light. The grounds were lovely and a very nice setting for the wedding. All of the staff were friendly with good service. The wedding meal was also very nice, I enjoyed all three courses. The best part was it being dog friendly! So my friends dog was able to be part of their special day.
Steve Johnston
Steve Johnston
Stayed for a long weekend and can highly recommend this hotel, peaceful and quiet in a superb setting, the owners and staff were very friendly and welcoming. The food is superb evening menu had plenty of choice and the quality was excellent. Breakfast is a real treat all products used are local and of the highest quality! Can't recommend this hotel highly enough!
Amie H
Amie H87 days ago
When we arrived we were told that we had been given an upgrade which was a lovely surprise.
We stayed for 2 nights and had the full English breakfast each morning, we also had dinner one evening. The food was delicious. Cooked really nicely and everything tasted great. The staff were really polite and helpful.
We don't live far away but just wanted a nice quiet break and it was exactly what we had hoped for. We really look forward to staying again, although they do book up fast!!
Recommended to anyone
Isabella baars
Isabella baars240 days ago
No service, no quality, cheep toilet roll and toiletries £130.00 per night for supposed luxury rooms with views over rusty, nasty back of buildings. All 5 stars reviews from previous owners. She says she just a family home and not a business but all 13 rooms were booked. Uner Edgemore Hotel.
Maxine Mackintosh
Maxine Mackintosh270 days ago
Edgemoor MANOR is effectively a small number of modest rooms bolted onto the side of a new owners’ personal home - except the owners seem to have no interest in actually having/hosting guests but are using this as a side gig to cover the costs of running their residential home. They are capitalising on the reputation that Edgemoor HOTEL has clearly built up over many years, charging the same rates, but with none of the same facilities (eg a commercial kitchen) or with any Devon warmth and charm.
The owners made us feel unwelcome from the moment we arrived, the building was run-down and smelled of sewage (but the rooms were fine, modest and clean) and we paid £120.
Overall, this felt dishonest and like a scam. For guests looking to stay here, if you were charged ~£60 per night and knew you were effectively kipping in someone’s home where the owners didn’t really want to interact with you - then this is for you, else, I’d recommend going elsewhere in the area.
Vienna Richardson
Vienna Richardson1 year ago
Ideally situated for exploring Dartmoor, perfect for our break. There was no breakfast onsite which we were informed of when booking. However, we had a lovely brunch at Ullacombe farm just up the road. The hosts were friendly and helpful. Providing a travel cot for our little one on short notice.
Simon Johns
Simon Johns2 years ago
Just back from a Sat night stay at Edgemoor Hotel. January stays are a real test of a Hotel stay as it's right at the end of everything and on top of this; the current COVID situation. That said, Edgemoor passed with flying colours! The staff team reduced to the fantastic Chloe for our brief stay, didn't matter as Chloe rushed around and remained ever friendly, helpful and present when needed! I'm not sure how she accomplished this, unless Edgemoor have cloned her (which would be a really good idea).

When we came to leave, our dog Woody remained laying in the room and looked at us as if to say "and why would we want to leave?" (He was wonderfully included in our cooked breakfast with his own sausage!).

This hotel is a treat for dog lovers and we were given our own separate room at dinner and breakfast as Woody was joining us which was a great idea, preventing any other guests not as fond of dogs as us from being hassled by our hound and also giving us a quiet peaceful dinner without having to continually reign in our hound from exploring the wonderful dinner smells of other guests.

A lovely evening relaxing in the comfortable lounge with a fire, sofas and other guests to chat with.

We spent the weekend at two hotels and whilst the other was also very nice too, Edgemoor was the best this weekend! Well done Chloe and the fantastic chef whose 2 in 1 pie was without doubt also the highlight dish eating out this weekend.
Jon2 years ago
Staying in Baskerville Retreat just behind the hotel which has been converted to a holiday cottage. What a lovely place and a great week I've had with my German Sheppard Ziggy. We've been out and about enjoying all the great walks. The Cottage is lovely and I hope to return with the family once the cottage next door is finished and ready for rental. Very friendly and helpful owners. Would highly recommend.
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