- Very Good
- 46 guest reviews
"Friendly and helpful - thoroughly enjoyable stay...."
"Arriving early after abandoning a very wet walk on the moor we were pleased to find the room already toasty hot with an extra heater on and..."
"Comfortable stay in large room. Very good breakfast - full English at it's best!..."
"Friendly and accommodating and caring; ready to help with anything you need...."
"Barry was an amazing host, very friendly and went that extra mile, even our dog Indie got a sausage for breakfast. We got the ground floor r..."
About the hotel
Set on the edge of the old moorland town of Moretonhampstead - Cookshayes Country Guest House offers all that is best in elegant tradition. This large mid-Victorian house stands in well tended gardens with views of the surrounding moors and countryside of the Dartmoor National Park. The gardens are there for our guests to enjoy and in which to relax.
Being in the National Park it is ideally located for access to Dartmoor and the whole of the South West. We are approved by the AA (Three Diamonds) and by the Dartmoor Tourist Association, but mainly by our guests as can be seen by their comments in our Visitor's Book. We meet all fire and all hygiene regulations. As owners of this delightful 19th century granite house, Tracy welcomes our guests in the manner I expect to recieve on my travels - the moral being "This is our lovely home - come and stay with us" We sincerely hope we may have the pleasure of welcoming you to "Cookshayes", Dartmoor and Devon. A guest house in such a setting demands good food, comfort and friendly service - Cookshayes has all these. Our full English breakfast and all the dishes we serve in our charming dining room are prepared fresh daily in our kitchen. We have become well known in many countries for the high standard and generous portions. Evening and vegetarian meals are available on request. After a hard day relax in our homely lounge, select a book to read from our extensive library or just sit and enjoy the garden
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- Iron And Board In Each Room
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- Pets are not allowed
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83% would recommend it to a friend
Nice accommodation in a lovely part of the world.
Friendly and helpful - thoroughly enjoyable stay.
We were set up for a big day out on the hills again with dry clothes, a good rest, and full bellies.
Arriving early after abandoning a very wet walk on the moor we were pleased to find the room already toasty hot with an extra heater on and a cupboard full of hangers so we could dry our stuff.
The shower-room is small but the shower was great. We were given some top tips on where to eat and did enjoy the suggestion. The town centre was a very short stroll away and we passed a shop to buy supplies for the next day. Best of all, when we got back and fell into bed, it was comfortable and the pillows perfect. In the morning it was quiet and peaceful and we didn't have to get up early to claim our breakfast. The dinning room was freezing cold but a huge pot of tea arrived - not just enough for breakfast but also it filled my thermos for the day too. I was sad there was no fruit on the cereal bar but the cooked breakfast was big and very tasty. All in all, we were well set up for a big day out on the hills again with dry clothes, a good rest, and full bellies. Thank you.