Potters Mooring Hotel

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30 The Green
TQ14 0DN

Potters Mooring Hotel, Shaldon

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Housed in a 17th -century building this Guesthouse is situated in the quite Devonshire fishing village of Shaldon. Rooms have views of the courtyard river estuary and to the front over the village green and bowling green. and come with free WI-FI access.Rooms at Potters Mooring Hotel are individually designed and have large en suite shower rooms.

They feature digital TV's radios and teacoffee making facilities.The Potters serve traditional English breakfasts in the dining room all dietary requirements catered for. There are several pubs and restaurants in the village all within walking distance.Coastal path walks are close by and the Blue Flag beach of Teignmouth is less than one mile away. Golf and Horse riding are also available nearby.Dartmoor National Park and Torquay are both within 15-minutes drive.

Free parking is available at Potters Mooring.

 4 star rating

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