Luxury Gourmet 3 Night Break at The Horn of Plenty
Indulge in a fabulous foodie getaway at this independently owned 4* hotel with 2 AA rosettes, located on the Devon/Cornwall border. Stay in a deluxe room on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis, and enjoy some extra special treats with our compliments:
A Devon cream tea with Prosecco (or Tarquin’s Gin & Tonic) on arrival
3 course table d’hote on your first night
5 course signature tasting menu on your second night
Lobster and/or steak on your third night (or table d’hote if you prefer).
Stay May – September for £850 per couple, per 3 night stay
Stay October or April for £775
Stay November – February for £675 (excl 23 Dec – 1 Jan)
Stay in March for £725
Treat yourself to an indulgent 5 night stay and give yourselves time to truly relax. Explore Devon and Cornwall’s quiet corners, National Trust properties, North and South coasts, and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
From £1,089 per room per 5 night stay, based on 2 adults sharing a Classic room.
Escape to the stunning Devon countryside this Summer for two nights’ relaxation. Enjoy fabulous cooking, luxurious bedrooms, plenty of outside space, and stunning views.
From just £459 per room per room per 2 night stay, including dinner
The Horn of Plenty offers breath-taking views over the beautiful Tamar Valley, and is a great place to relax, enjoy fine dining and escape the rush of everyday life when you visit Devon and Dartmoor. An independently owned Country House Hotel with one of the region’s best restaurants.
The Horn of Plenty provides outstanding food, accommodation and service in a stunning location.
Located just off the western edge of Dartmoor on the border between Devon and Cornwall, the hotel overlooks an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It also provides an excellent choice for tourers, walkers and food lovers alike.
There is loads to explore here! For heritage lovers and history buffs, Cotehele, Morwellham Quay, The Garden House and Buckland Abbey are all within an easy 20 minute drive. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock and the Eden project are a little further, but well worth the drive. Both North and South coasts are easily reached within an hour.
Outdoor enthusiasts will be equally happy, with thousands of walking and cycling trails on offer in the Tamar Valley and on Dartmoor. There’s also canoeing, horse-riding, golf and so much more! The hotel’s team will be more than happy to help you plan your perfect day.
The hotel’s 16 bedrooms are luxurious and well equipped. Rooms in the Main House are large and traditionally furnished. Original Coach House rooms are country in style and boast stunning valley views. New Coach House rooms (built in 2014) are large and contemporary. Most rooms have balconies overlooking the gardens and the stunning Tamar Valley. All the Coach House rooms are also dog friendly.
Food features highly on the menu here; the restaurant has been well renouned for over 50 years and uses only the very best seasonal produce, sourced from local growers. The dinner menu might include a starter of St Ives mackerel with handpicked Brixham crab and cucumber, followed by a loin of Devon lamb with wild garlic, spring onions and a morel jus. Signature dessert dishes include a Valrhona chocolate and cherry assiette, or a rhubarb & custard tart with gingerbread ice cream.
Open daily for lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and accommodation, The Horn of Plenty is located 5 minutes drive from Tavistock, 40 minutes from Plymouth and 45 minutes from Exeter.