This Jacobean mansion was built in the 1600s, and is surrounded by its own idyllic grounds in a quiet valley close to the northern edge of Dartmoor. Public rooms include a fine gallery, as well as magnificent carvings and oak panelling. Imaginative and carefully prepared dishes are created using the best Devon produce, much from the hotel's kitchen garden, and is served either in the dining room or at the chef's table, the Purple Carrot. Bedrooms, varying in style and including courtyard suites, are comfortably furnished and spacious. There are a variety of leisure activities including falconry, horse riding, fishing, cycling and clay pigeon shooting on offer.