Moorland Links Hotel

A Hotel in Plymouth, Devon

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PL20 6DA

Moorland Links Hotel, Plymouth

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The Moorland Links Hotel is a beautifully appointed country style hotel situated within Dartmoor National Park, just 6 miles from Plymouth and set in 9 acres of gardens with enchanting views across the Tamar Valley. Facilities at this non-smoking hotel include a restaurant and lovely gardens whilst the Links Golf Course is just a short walk away.

3 star rating

From: £54.50

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