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For the ultimate cosseted countryside escape, retreat to the heart of Dartmoor National Park, situated in the midst of jaw-dropping countryside; Two Bridges Hotel provides historic charm and old-school grandeur with delicious seasonal food, in a romantic setting, ideal for anyone looking for a peaceful getaway with a hint of magic.

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The hotel is easily accessible yet has the feeling of being a million miles away, set in the breathtaking Dartmoor National Park with stunning scenery in every direction. The West Dart river is right outside and the award-winning market town of Tavistock is a 20-minute drive away, providing a beautiful journey across expansive moorland. The area is surrounded by prehistoric antiquities, including Bronze-Age settlements, stone rows and an impressive 4,000-year-old standing stone, known as the Beardown Man.

By car: the hotel is around a five-hour drive from London. Bristol is a two-hour drive. Free parking is available to guests.

By train: the closest station is Plymouth which has direct links to London, Bristol, South Wales and beyond. Plymouth is a 50-minute taxi ride away. Book trains to Plymouth.

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Expect welcoming log fires and dimly lit rooms, decorated in rich hues. The style of the hotel is largely influenced by Two Bridges' extensive history, along with its stunning riverside location on the moor, with gorgeous views through every window. Luxurious bedrooms and traditional lounges are packed with antique furnishings, striking grandfather clocks and original fireplacs.


Expect great hospitality, with the award-winning restaurant delivering outstanding dishes and relaxing lounges providing the ideal space to relax. The bustling bar serves ales from the hotel's very own Dartmoor Brewery and there are plenty of walks right on the doorstep, as well as fishing and myriad local activities from pony trekking to kayaking, arranged on request.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Gardens
  • Pet-friendly
  • Family-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms range from comfortable and snug to grand four-posters, individually designed to reflect the character of the building and the nature of the setting, with handpicked furnishings that reflect and reinforce the heritage of the hotel. Bright and spacious bathrooms feature large baths and opulent mirrors with modern fixtures and fittings.

Room types: Premier rooms, Historic rooms, Country rooms

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, TV, seating area, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi


Indulge in an award-winning menu, with local and seasonal Dartmoor ingredients, in either the restaurant or bar area; both areas are comfortable and welcoming with a relaxed ambience. Expect beautifully presented plates, washed down with craft ales from the Dartmoor Brewery, including the famous 'Jail Ale'.

Tors restaurant: fine dining, seasonal dishes, local ingredients. Open for lunch and dinner. Three-course dinner £54.

Lounge and bar: light snacks and afternoon tea. 11am-4pm.

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