The Tower Inn

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The Tower Inn, Church Rd

The Tower Inn, Kingsbridge

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Tucked away in the delightful village of Slapton, the Tower Inn is a haven for lovers of good food, fine wines and real ales. Guests enjoy three double rooms comfortably furnished, with en suite.

Slapton is a quaint old South Devon village of winding lanes and picturesque cottages, situated almost halfway between Kingsbridge and Dartmouth. It is about half a mile inland from the sea and the famous Slapton Sands. Tucked away in the centre of the delightful and historic village of Slapton, the Tower Inn is a haven for lovers of good food, fine wines and real ales.

Accommodation at The Tower Inn is provided in three first floor double rooms, all with en-suite facilities. The bedrooms are situated in a self contained wing which gives guests the freedom to come and go as they please. Access to all rooms is via an external stone staircase.

All of our rates include a full English breakfast which is served in our restaurant at 9am. Guests requiring early breakfast may request a Continental breakfast that will be served in their room. Lunch and dinner are served daily, using local produce where possible.

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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