Coombe Cross Hotel

A Hotel in Bovey Tracey, Devon

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Coombe Lane
Bovey Tracey
TQ13 9EY

Coombe Cross Hotel, Bovey Tracey

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The Coombe Cross is a comfortable country house hotel with spectacular views of Dartmoor National Park, in a good area for walking, riding and golfing. Quietly situated in its own attractive gardens, the hotel offers a restful stay in an informal atmosphere, complemented by excellent locally sourced produce, home-made cuisine and fine wines. Great leisure facilities include an indoor pool, sauna, solarium and fitness suite.

2 star rating

From: £32.00

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