Bovey Castle is a luxurious castle hotel located in North Bovey on the Dartmoor National Park. This exciting and unique accommodation has everything you could hope for – from golfing, spa time, plenty of family activities, wonderful food and amazing views over the Dartmoore National Park. Each guest is treated with the utmost luxury and indulgence, and their outstanding service will make Bovey Castle one of your most memorable experiences in England. You can choose to dine in their on-site dining options, from afternoon tea to a private dinner.
Bovey Castle features 63 individually-designed bedrooms by Annabel Elliot, located in the original manor house and private mews. Each bedroom reflects the luxurious hospitality that Bovey Castle is renowned for, with every finishing touch selected to complement the warmth and elegance of their guest rooms.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Complimentary WiFi
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Luxury Bathroom Amenities
- Fluffy Bathrobes and slippers
- Flat Screen TV & Music
- Valet Parking
The Great Western:
Great Western Restaurant is relaxed and comfortable, yet upscale and classy. The Great Western is firmly planted in classical cookery, recalling the glamour of the restaurant’s Art Deco origins and echoes of a bygone era. You will be in awe of their beautifully presented dishes, using locally sourced ingredients. Great Western Restaurant also serves the hotel’s impressive traditional Sunday lunch, offering a varied selection of locally-sourced meat, fish and vegetarian options.
Smith’s Brasserie includes countryside views, roaring fires, welcoming atmosphere, cosy seating and delicious aromas drifting from the kitchens. It’s relaxed and inviting, and most certainly classic British dining at its best. Smith’s is the kind of place where you can dress up and make it special with a glass of Champagne or dress it down and bring the kids for a family lunch after a day out on the resort.
The quintessentially English treat of afternoon tea is served in the opulent Great Western Restaurant or, in fine weather, on the South Terrace with panoramic views of the entire estate.
The Dartmoor National Park
On The Map: Dartmoor National Park is located in Devon, in the southwest corner of England.
Dartmoor National Park boasts a varied and dramatic landscape – from forested river vales to wild, heather dominated moorland. But Dartmoor is perhaps best known for its often striking ‘tors’ (rocky granite hilltops – pictured). In fact, Dartmoor is the largest area of granite to be found anywhere in the United Kingdom. Dartmoor is hillwalker and hiker heaven. A myriad trails of all levels of difficulty are available to the visitor, and the Park’s Visitor Centres are well-stocked with maps and leaflets to help you explore the region. A multitude of prehistoric standing stones and circles are to be found in Dartmoor – Upper Erme Stone Row is the longest of its kind in the world at more than 2 miles. There is a great variety of visitor attractions at the Park, sure to keep the entire family entertained: Buckfast Butterfly Farm and Otter Sanctuary, The South Devon Steam Railway, Buckland Abbey, Miniature Pony Centre and Canonteign Waterfall, to name but a few. Dartmoor is also steeped in myth and legend, reputedly haunted by pixies, a headless horseman, a large black dog and spectral hounds. The latter tale inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to pen one of Sherlock Holmes’ most memorable mysteries, ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’.