The Tamar Valley, quiet and wooded, nestled between the moors of Dartmoor and the beaches of Cornwall, is ideal for a romantic break. Here are some of our suggested accommodation providers and restaurants for couples wanting to get away from it all.
|Business Name||Places to stay / Eat|
Serving morning coffees, light lunches and afternoon teas. Catering for private daytime parties. Dogs welcome in the garden seating area and in the tea-room during winter months.
Special afternoon tea on Sundays (3-4.45pm) in the Long Room... more
|The Shippen at Coombe Mill||Holiday Cottages & Self Catering||
WILDLIFE HAVEN WITH RIVER, CORNWALL: Private nature reserve, wildlife tours, woodland paths, free parking, walkers and cyclists welcome, romantic breaks. Regrettably no pets or children.
The Shippen at Coombe Mill is a one bedroomed... more
|Rose Cottage B & B||Bed & Breakfast||
Rose Cottage is a delightful B & B with a growing reputation for a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation.
|Ryelands B & B||Bed & Breakfast||
Recently refurbished to an extremely high standard, Ryelands Bed & Breakfast is a haven of peace and tranquility overlooking the Tamar Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Situated to the south of the Tamar Valley and... more
|The Bedford Hotel||Hotels||
Relax and enjoy the combination of comfort and style, delicious food, fine wines, warm hospitality and impeccable service, which go to make The Bedford Hotel a unique haven for our guests. This charming traditional hotel offers award-winning... more
|The Granary B & B||Bed & Breakfast||
The Granary is set within 18 acres of beautiful pasture land in one of the most stunning areas of West Devon. Borough Farm is also home to pedigree rare breed sheep, Connemara ponies and some quirky lavender Pekin chickens with their fluffy feet... more
|Tors Restaurant at Two Bridges Hotel||Restaurants||
A true taste of Devon - under the guidance of Executive Chef Mike Palmer, the Tors Restaurant at the Two Bridges Hotel is one of the most sought after dining destinations, not only on Dartmoor but across the whole of Devon.