Hotel Endsleigh is a Grade I listed historic house set in 100 acres of fairytale woodland, follies and grottos created by Humphry Repton. The Duke of Bedford, who owned a third of Devon, chose this spot for his fishing and hunting lodge. In 2004 the house was bought and restored by Olga Polizzi. You can rest assured that a visit to Hotel Endsleigh promises charm and style in abundance. Hidden on the edge of Dartmoor, the hotel’s sumptuous dining room has magnificent views of the gardens, the River Tamar and beyond.
Chef Graziosi’s cooking takes inspiration from the surrounding countryside and includes local rabbit, venison and beef, and seasonal fish. In keeping with tradition, afternoon tea is the highlight of every day and is the ideal treat for a special celebration. Alternatively, visit at lunchtime for the stunning set menu. At just £22 for two courses and £26 for three, there’s every reason to indulge.
The elegant rooms are tastefully decorated in line with the hotel’s history. Hotel Endsleigh is an ideal stop-off for walkers hoping to explore a bit further, and the hotel is equally well suited for those who prefer to curl up with a good book in front of a roaring log fire. Whether you’re looking to relax and recline or are hoping to muddy your boots, Hotel Endsleigh is the perfect country escape.