The White Hart (Dog Friendly Walkers’ Hotel)
The White Hart Hotel is based in the centre of the historic market town of Moretonhampstead, the gateway to Dartmoor. It is ideally positioned for walkers and cyclists to enjoy the wonders of the Moor. We offer comfortable en-suite rooms, cosy traditional bar and a restaurant serving delicious British classics with a twist. It is also perfect for walking groups, with our separate Mews conversion offering eight rooms and communal open plan seating area. Dogs are also very welcome to stay – at no extra charge!
Travelodge Derriford (Plymouth)
Our Plymouth Derriford hotel is right next door to the University of St Mark & St John, making it an ideal base for student open days or family visits. Take your pick from nearby tourist attractions like the Peregrine Falcon Watch and the National Marine Aquarium. And it is only 4 miles from the sights of historic Plymouth. All standard double rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.
Address: 9 Bracken Lane, Plymouth, PL6 8BB
Travelodge Roborough (Plymouth)
Our Plymouth Roborough hotel is ideally located for people visiting the the Devonshire countryside. With a park-and-ride on your doorstep, you’re only a short trip from the shops and restaurants of Plymouth city centre. Whether it’s sun or showers, there’s always something to do at the nearby Plymouth Ski Centre. Take in the views at the stunning Dartmoor National Park or try out the giant swing and ziplines at Adrenalin Quarry.
Address: 399 Tavistock Road, Plymouth, PL6 7HB
Travelodge Sourton Cross (Okehampton)
Our Okehampton Sourton Cross hotel is set right at the edge of the beautiful landscapes and rich heritage of the Dartmoor National Park, and a few miles from Okehampton Castle and the Museum of Dartmoor Life. Let Adventure Okehampton guide you on all sorts of thrilling activities in Dartmoor, like gorge scrambling, pony trekking and many more. Enjoy a tasting tour of Eastcott Vineyard or take the heritage Dartmoor Railway to explore Exeter. All standard double rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within a short car journey from the hotel.
Address: Sourton Cross, A386, Okehampton EX20 4LY
Travelodge Whiddon Down (Okehampton)
Want to see the Dartmoor ponies? Our Okehampton Whiddon Down hotel is the ideal base for exploring the stunning Dartmoor National Park and National Trust heritage areas like Finch Foundry. Visit nearby Castle Drogo and the Lydford Gorge, and practice your aim at Okehampton’s Dragon Archery Centre. Visit the Miniature Pony Centre in North Bovey and enjoy a walk at High Willhays, the highest point on Dartmoor. All standard double rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of food and drink choices within a short car journey from the hotel.
Address: A30 Whiddon Down, Merrymeet Junction, Exeter Road, EX20 2QT
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Two Bridges Hotel
The Two Bridges Hotel – your oasis of comfort and fine Devon hospitality in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. Find us perched on the banks of the beautiful West Dart River, with jaw-dropping countryside and bracing walks in every direction. Step inside and discover a warm Devon welcome, comfortable hotel rooms in which to rest the night, fine restaurant dining, characterful lounges, and a bustling bar. And all in beautifully historic surroundings.
Walking in Devon
Walking has always been a popular activity in Devon, which isn’t a surprise given the region’s stunning landscapes, golden sands and crystal clear waters. Whether you’re a keen hiker or just a fan of taking a stroll, there’s no better place to walk than in Devon.
Wheeled Access Group (WAG)
The Wheel Chair Access group find routes on Dartmoor that disabled people using powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters can access. They work with land managers to make simple changes on routes to improve access and lead walks on Dartmoor during the Dartmoor Walking Festival and through the year.
As well as all the facilities you could want, the accommodation is close to stunning beaches and has a private garden complete with uninterrupted views of Dartmoor.