Located in the main hotel or the mews, these rooms sport minor imperfections such as small bathrooms. Each has a queen-size bed (king-size beds or twins in some), views of the courtyard or the woodlands (some may have restricted views), and an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower. These 26sq m rooms are suitable for short stays; two of the ground floor rooms and one of the first-floor rooms is wheelchair accessible. No extra bed or cot is possible in these rooms. All rooms have free WiFi, a TV, tea-making kit, a Nespresso coffee machine, a fridge with free bottled water, and Espa bath products.
The Castle rooms have generous bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms with showers, plus armchairs, desks and plenty of storage. They’re found in the main building, with uninterrupted views of the courtyard and the woodlands beyond. They comfortably sleep two adults and all have enough room for an extra bed. The rooms have WiFi, a flatscreen TV and radio, as well as a desk and a kettle. A baby cot or an extra bed can be added on request.
These rooms have unrestricted views over glorious Dartmoor countryside through huge windows. They have big double beds, handsome ensuite bathrooms with showers and a seating area for private work or dining. Antique furniture is stepped up a notch in these rooms too, so they have countryside glamour by the bucket-load; they comfortably sleep two adults with enough room for an extra bed. The rooms have WiFi, a flatscreen TV and radio, as well as a desk and a kettle.
A baby cot can be added to this room for free.
These family rooms are huge, open plan spaces with double beds, ensuite bathrooms with showers, and living areas which can accommodate two small children on a sofa bed. Views are of either the courtyard and woodland or the Dartmoor Valley. The rooms have WiFi, a flatscreen TV and radio, as well as a desk and a kettle.
With uninterrupted valley views, the State rooms are the truly stately spaces you would expect of a castle; they have king size beds, ensuite bathrooms with roll-top baths and separate showers, and enormous living spaces that can be converted to accommodate up to two children in extra beds. There is plenty of floor space for a cot too. The rooms have WiFi, a flatscreen TV and radio, as well as a desk and a kettle.
These make rather grand family rooms, but there are only four of them, and they’re all arranged slightly differently. Two are open-plan, one has a private balcony, but all have generous proportions and views right across to Dartmoor. One of them, a one-bedroom suite, has views over the first tee. There are shower rooms, bathrooms with roll-top baths, and living spaces in which to host family and friends. They comfortably sleep a family of four with room for an extra bed or cot. The rooms have WiFi, a flatscreen TV and radio, as well as a desk.
There are 14 lodges within the castle’s grounds and each one contains three double ensuite bedrooms arranged over three floors. They’re fashioned from local granite and vaulted with English oak and they’re intentionally shaded by woodland so that they feel private (though they have their own outdoor spaces too). The oak kitchen is fitted with Belfast sink, microwave, oven, cooker, fridge-freezer and dishwasher; there’s a dining table, a utility room with a washer-dryer, and an enormous living room contains a TV, DVD player and gas fireplace. All facilities and housekeeping services are available, as well as a full ‘lodge service’ menu. Maximum capacity is six adults and two children.
These rooms are in either the main hotel or the mews, and have views of the manicured inner courtyard or the woodlands. Each 18sq m room has a small double bed an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower. These rooms are for solo travellers only; it is not possible to add a baby cot or extra bed. All rooms have free WiFi, a TV, tea-making kit, a Nespresso coffee machine, a fridge with free bottled water, and Espa bath products.