A magnificent Jacobean manor house in an elevated position with well kept gardens.
It has 11 spacious bedrooms, and public rooms with ornate ceilings, oak panels and large open fireplaces. Each of the light and spacious bedrooms has its own unique character, whether it be burnished oak panelling, exquisite ornamental plasterwork, rich fabrics or extraordinary furniture – in one you’ll even find the original bed of Henrietta Maria, wife of the hapless Charles I.
However, they all have the same welcoming touches – freshly cut flowers from the gardens, luxuriously soft towelling robes, bowls of fresh fruit and irresistible plates of home made shortbreads, peanut cookies and white chocolate biscuits. As much private living rooms as bedrooms, they provide the perfect setting in which to totally unwind, enjoy a lengthy bath or savour a leisurely breakfast.
The hotel has been award AA red stars and 2 rosettes for good food
Lewtrenchard Manor, Devon