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Walking

The Dartmoor National Park has some of the best walking in Britain. Whether you want a hike on the windswept high moor, or a more gentle stroll along the Devon lanes there is something for every age and level of ability. All you need is a map some walking boots – or wellies!

If you don’t feel like exploring and finding your own way round, there are guided walks available run either by the Dartmoor National Park or by the Tourist Information Centre in Moretonhampstead.

If you want to walk closer to the pub you can download a booklet of walks from the Ring of Bells here.

We are open all day for lunch, snacks and refreshments in the garden in the summer, or warm up by the fire in the chillier months.

Mountain and Road Biking

The Dartmoor National Park has some of the best, accessible, cycling in the country. Dartmoor’s topography makes for a spectacular backdrop as well as a challenging terrain to test your cycling skills and fitness.

If mountain biking is your thing we have a revered course that starts from right out side our drive. The Dartmoor Killer Loop you can tell by the name is not for the faint hearted. The route is at times remote and takes in open moor and woodland scenes throwing everything Dartmoor has to offer to the intrepid rider.

Bovey Castle – Golf, SPA & Cream Teas

Built by Lord Hambledon of WH Smiths fame Bovey Castle represents the best of decadence.

The Golf course is challenging and set beautifully in the Bovey valley, Hole 6 is a particular highlight with water and woodland to contend with.

If you fancy pampering yourself then the SPA is the place for you with a wide ranging assortment of treatments available.

Fit in the actives above in the morning and then indulge yourself with a 5 star Devon cream tea, set in the stunning decor and architecture of the Manor House itself.

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