Eastwrey Barton

Guest House in Newton Abbot, Devon

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Moretonhampstead Road, Lustleigh
Newton Abbot
TQ13 9SN

Eastwrey Barton, Newton Abbot

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Eastwrey Barton is a 5 star country house bed & breakfast situated in the Dartmoor National Park near the chocolate box village of Lustleigh. Great location with outstanding views of the Wray Valley.

Eastwrey Barton is a delightful Georgian country house bed and breakfast, situated in the Dartmoor National Park. It is easy to find, halfway between Bovey Tracey and Moretonhampstead, near the pretty village of Lustleigh. Eastwrey Barton is ideally situated for exploring all aspects of Dartmoor whether driving, walking, cycling or riding.

Golf and fishing are also available nearby and the beautiful north and south coasts of Devon are within easy striking distance. The large ensuite bedrooms have stunning views over the mature gardens and beautiful countryside. All are well appointed with TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, fine Egyptian bed linen and luxury toiletries.

The guest sitting room, sun room, dining room and cosy bar are comfortably furnished in traditional country house style, providing ample space to relax. In the colder months there is a welcoming log fire. Eastwrey Barton has an AA five star rating with a commendation for meals and is fully licensed.

Breakfast and dinner are showcases for local produce with an impressive wine list to accompany the latter. Menus change daily and reflect the seasons, with many of the fruits and vegetables coming from the kitchen garden. Children over 10 years of age are welcome.

 5 star rating

From: £65.00

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