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Wednesday, 11 July 2012
Come and discover this secret gem of a place! Hotel Endsleigh is hidden away in the beautiful Tamar Valley at Milton Abbot, only 10 minutes drive from Tavistock. With sixteen beautiful and individual rooms the hotel is set in 108 acres of verdant countryside. The gardens immediately around the house were designed by Humphrey Repton and are thought to epitomize all the key elements of a Repton garden. The gardens are open to the public and we can host specialist garden groups. Our Head Gardener Simon Wood is always happy to give guests a tour of the garden, with prior arrangement. The hunting, shooting and fishing continues today with people travelling from around the world to fish the river Tamar and enjoy the comfort and elegance of Hotel Endsleigh. The house has once again come alive with parties, weddings and family celebrations.
Our restaurant is open to non residents and our setting makes it a very special place to wine and dine for those special occasions or a peaceful spot to enjoy a quiet coffee by the fire. Head Chef Chris Dyke uses local produce from local suppliers for the daily changing menu. He believes that we are very fortunate to have wonderful ingredients here in the South West which allows him to be creative with his menus, whilst respecting the true flavours of the food.
If the weather is good you can eat outside and enjoy the view down to the river, or when the weather closes in you can eat by the roaring fires, surrounded by gentle candle light. For those special occasions we can offer private dinning at no extra cost. If you just want to come and enjoy a coffee in beautiful surroundings then you are very welcome.
We are so lucky to have this special place on our doorstep. Do come and discover the delights of Endsleigh.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch (full a la carte and light lunches), afternoon tea and dinner. Please call for details or for more information. 01822 870000
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