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My Mum and I stayed here for a mini getaway for two nights. The B&B is spectacular, the furnishings and interiors are beautiful and the service is wonderful. We had the most delicious cookies in our room (white chocolate and cranberry, YUM!), and breakfast each...More
Just got back from a Mon-Fri break with my daughter. We had a twin room in Swallow Barn used as a base to see my friend in Tavistock. Plenty of room for both of us to sleep and then nice lounge area with sofa, wood...More
We stayed at Wonwood Barton B&B last weekend as we were shooting a wedding at a nearby hotel and it was perfectly situated. We travelled up late on the Friday evening and didn't arrive until almost 11pm but we were so happy when we got...More
Return visit to Wonwood Barton. Fantastic as always. Everything is just perfect from the friendly hosts to the lovely breakfasts! Rooms are beautiful with really comfy beds. Next time we are in Tavistock we will definitely be back.
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Stunning barn conversion done to a very high standard. Massive very comfy bed, and a lovely large bathroom. We had the room with a separate lounge so after returning from the Blacksmiths pub up the road (excellent food and a lovely atmosphere) we lit the...More
Five miles from Tavistock and Dartmoor National park, Wonwood Barton offers a unique and stylish retreat in idyllic surroundings. Each with their own private entrance, (all on the ground floor)sitting room and ...Morewood burning stove the suites converted from stone barns are centred around a charming roundhouse where breakfast is served in front of a roaring fire. Less
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I am not sure what you mean. If you mean where is the nearest train station. Main line is Plymouth or Exeter. Branch line is probably Bere Alston or Calstock. However you do really need transport here as we are quite... More
I am not sure what you mean. If you mean where is the nearest train station. Main line is Plymouth or Exeter. Branch line is probably Bere Alston or Calstock. However you do really need transport here as we are quite rural.
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"All rooms are ground floor though wheelchair users be aware that courtyard is gravel so may be awkward. Speak..."