West Moor
PL19 0AU
Children over 10
No Pets

One Drake Road

Bed & Breakfast
Award winning Georgian townhouse boutique bed & breakfast in the centre of Devon’s world heritage town of Tavistock, on the edge of Dartmoor national park.

07834 677350

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07834 677350

We have created a home that stands the test of time and reflects our character.
The design has influences of our eclectic style with a sense of purpose and energy.
The house speaks the language of English decoration in all its eccentric, comfortable
and faded glory with high quality bedding, toiletries, food and service.

Established as an Inn in 1752, the house then consisted of a bar, tap room, dining room, larder, kitchen, a drawing room and seven good bedrooms.

There were four large underground cellars, a good bowling alley with adjoining courtlage, two pig houses and thirty stables with overhead lofts.

The house now, a boutique B&B provides a welcoming home with a drawing room, six well appointed guest bedrooms and a courtyard garden.

Our bedrooms are individually decorated with comfort and cleanliness our priority.

All of our bedrooms offer full length mirrors, radios and fresh coffee & tea trays.

One Drake Road is located a two minute walk from the Tavistock Town Hall and famous pannier market and a short walk to the picturesque Dartmoor National Park.

There are eight on-street parking spaces in front of the house available for free from 5pm to 10am and all day Sunday plus one hour of free parking during the day.

The infamous naval City of Plymouth is 12 miles away where main line trains from Paddington London stop alongside regular coaches from London Victoria.

We welcome wedding guests and work with all the local wedding venues.

Key info

Guest lounge, Pub nearby, No Pets, WiFi, Real fire, Group bookings, Available All Year, Bike storage, Short breaks

what's nearby...

Tavistock Pannier Market

Situated at the very heart of the historic town of Tavistock is the ancient Pannier Market. The Market was granted its Royal Charter in 1105 and has survived without a break for over 900 years. Today, this wonderful indoor market attracts customers from far and wide, all of whom relish in the quality and variety of products on offer.

Top Tip

Prepared to be well and truly spoilt and pampered by your hosts, Jack, Iain and Gracie!

Image by Louis Tripp

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