See our top 10 hotel recommendations for Dartmoor National Park. Each hotel is chosen for its location and we list attractions and towns/villages nearby.
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Top 10 Recommended Hotels in Dartmoor National Park


Hotels in Dartmoor National Park
We specialise in helping people discover places to visit and things to do within the UK. Having spent years photographing and researching Dartmoor National Park, we'd recommend the following hotels based, primarily, on their location within and around the Park. Click through to the listing to find out what to do nearby. Thousands of attractions, including Dartmoor's famous tors and cleaves, are located on Google Maps, too.

Bovey Castle Aerial View

These hotels are selected by location. Bovey Castle's a luxury hotel to the north east of Dartmoor National Park close to Moretonhampstead. Exceptional walking country. Lustleigh Cleave to the south east. Bowerman's Nose and Dartmoor Giant Chair close.

The Edgemoor Country House Hotel And Restaurant, D
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To the east of the Park and near the exquisite Lustleigh Cleave. Haytor Rocks, Hound Tor (East Dartmoor), Becky Falls and Bowerman's Nose all close. In our opinion, in Dartmoor's finest area.

Two Bridges Hotel, Dartmoor
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Central Dartmoor. Wistman's Wood, Bellever Tor and Forest are close. Postbridge Clapper Bridge to the north east and Princetown to the south west.

Ilsington Country House Hotel, Newton Abbot
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Very close to Haytor Rocks, Hound Tor (East Dartmoor) and Bonehill Rocks. Bowerman's Nose and Widecombe in the Moor a little further away. Super location for exploring the east of the Park. Easy access to the South Devon AONB and The English Riviera.

The White Hart Hotel, Moretonhampstead

In central Moretonhampstead, a gateway town to Dartmoor National Park. We'd recommend walking the Dartmoor Way to the Teign Gorge and Castle Drogo and Gardens. Visit Chagford as well.

Fox & Hounds Hotel, Okehampton
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North west Dartmoor with quick access to the only two mountains in southern England, Yes Tor and High Willhays. National Trust Lydford Gorge and Waterfall just down the road. The moors and tors around Great Links Tor are superb.

The Moorland Hotel, Plymouth
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On the southern fringe of the Park. Plymouth and the Tamar Valley AONB close. We'd suggest heading north to Burrator Reservoir for walks as it's one of Dartmoor's most impressive locations. To the east is the South Devon AONB.

Bedford Hotel, Tavistock
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On the western border of Dartmoor. Again, close to the Tamar Valley AONB with Plymouth to the south. Many spectacular high tors just to the east.

Elfordleigh Hotel, Plymouth
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A few miles south of Dartmoor close to the National Trust's Saltram House and Gardens and Dartmoor Zoological Park. Plymouth easily accessible by car. South Devon AONB to the east.

Lydford Country House, Okehampton
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Near the mighty impressive National Trust Lydford Gorge and Waterfall and Lydford Castle. We'd recommend a weekend break in the area for this gorge alone. To the east, the high moors. The walk to Brat Tor (or Bray Tor) and then up to Great Links Tor is top.