With 20 miles of its own water on the Tamar and a three-acre lake, the 16th century Arundell Arms is a haunt for those serious about fishing (indeed, they have a fly fishing school). It's a delightful place to stay.
Public rooms are full of character, and in the autumn, it's shooting parties who take over the country-furnished bar and rug-strewn, slate floored sitting room.
The restaurant (see below), offers serious food, and draws people in from many miles around.
In the garden, a 250 year old circular stone cockpit one of the few remaining in England is now a tackle shop and rod room.
Well-kept bedrooms are all individually decorated, some having both period furnishings others freestanding pine pieces all have the usual modern amenities.
A skittle alley is an unusual bonus. They have Wi-Fi access in the sitting room and bar area only.
Nearby: Fishing, Golf, Riding, Shooting
Please mention Gourmet Britain when enquiring.
Restaurant - Arundell Arms Lifton
What was an 18th century coaching inn in a valley close to the uplands of Dartmoor, is now an excellent 'destination' hotel and restaurant. The old flagstone floors in the bar and low ceilings, still... more
- Pleasantly Situated
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free Parking
- Number of rooms: 21
- Rooms, ensuite: 21
- Price (single room): from £90
- Price (double room): from £180
- Prices include breakfast
- Room Service: All Day
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 100
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 100
- Licensed for Civil Weddings
- Directions: See the map on this page