The Priory

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Marshall Close Whitchurch
Tavistock
Devon
England
PL19 9RB

The Priory, Tavistock

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The Priory is a magnificent and historic building very close to both the centre of Tavistock and the grandeur of Dartmoor national park.There are 4 superbly appointed ensuite letting rooms with king size or queen size four poster beds.All rooms have flat screen TVs and full Sky package. and free unlimited wifi. Close by is an excellent country pub serving a great selection of quality food.The ever popular Tavistock town is less than a mile providing a range of individual shops, an indoor market and many good pubs and restaurants.

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