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Set majestically on the bubbling upper reaches of the River Teign, Gidleigh Park enjoys an exquisite location on the very edge of Dartmoor National Park. Famed for its culinary credentials, Gidleigh Park offers an air of tranquillity and romance within a Tudor-style country house, beautifully furnished by the Brownsword family and set within 107 acres of mature grounds.
There are 24 luxurious bedrooms at Gidleigh Park to choose from. Named after local landmark tors, each room is luxuriously appointed and individually designed, featuring fine antiques and artwork. Naturally, all come with crisp white linen, plumped up pillows and Vispring beds to guarantee that perfect night's slumber. Nestled in the grounds, 350 yards from the hotel, The Pavilion is a charming thatched cottage reached by a footpath along the river, ideal for a more secluded stay. Many of these indulgent spaces command views over the grounds and the magnificent countryside beyond.
At the heart of the hotel, the elegant and intimate award-winning restaurant provides a sophisticated backdrop to the decadent tasting and à la carte menus. Executive Head Chef, Chris Eden’s menus are beautifully laced with touches of adventure and invention, creating refined plates where flavour is king. Undeniably refined with an exacting technique, Chris is also renowned for his honest, unfussy approach to cooking. His menus are contemporary with a nod to tradition, supporting local Devonshire farmers and producers to ensure that only the finest quality ingredients make it on to the plate. Matching the high standards in the kitchen, Gidleigh Park’s internationally renowned wine cellar accommodates over 1,300 bins and 13,000 bottles from around the world. Home to a selection of European, New World and Bio Dynamic wines, the cellar offers one of the most impressive wine lists in the British Isles.
This Tudor-style house sits in 107 acres of gardens and woodland on the northern bank of the North Teign River in Dartmoor National Park. Guests are able to expend some energy on the croquet lawns, Peter Alliss designed 18-hole putting green or grass tennis court. A walk through the bluebell woods in the grounds in spring is quite magical and meandering through the kitchen garden, resisting the temptation to eat the produce then and there, is a tantalising way to while away an afternoon.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Classic||from £275.00 to £365.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Deluxe Garden View||from £410.00 to £500.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Deluxe Woodland View||from £325.00 to £415.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Family Loft Suite||from £525.00 to £615.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Master Rooms||from £505.00 to £595.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Spa Suite||from £1,010.00 to £1,100.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|The Pavillion||from £710.00 to £800.00 per room (breakfast included)|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
If you are travelling by car, the hotel has a private car park on-site which is complimentary to our guests. We recommend that our guests do not rely on satellite navigation to find Gidleigh Park, and follow signs to Chagford not to the village of Gidleigh.
Gidleigh Park is a 30-40 minute drive from Exeter St David's train station. You will require a taxi from the train station, which we recommend you organise in advance. Please contact our Reception team who will be happy to advise.
Exeter International Airport is just 30 miles from the hotel. If you require transport from the airport please contact our Reception team who will be happy to help. Otherwise, we would recommend hiring a car (bearing in mind that the roads near the hotel are rather narrow!).
This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.
|Season (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
* Restaurant opening times as follows:
Monday – Sunday
Lunch 12.00pm - 2.00pm
Dinner 7.00pm - 9.00pm
Afternoon Tea 1pm - 5.00pm
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