Drakewalls Bed and Breakfast

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Drakewalls House Drakewalls
PL18 9EG

Drakewalls Bed and Breakfast, Gunnislake

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Accommodation Description:

A large Victorian house in the Tamar Valley. Close to Tavistock and on the edge of Dartmoor. Easy access to Plymouth by Rail or Train.

Friendly atmosphere warm welcome guaranteed.Local produce used when possible. Please note although we accept credit and debit cards to secure the payment we at the hotel only accept cheque guarantee or cash. Please note that late check in can be arranged prior to arrival.

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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