- 5 guest reviews
"This was the cleanest B & B I have ever stayed in, the most fascinating building and the most wonderful welcome...."
"Myself & two other friends stayed at the Tor Royal for two nights as was visiting Tavistock to attend a wedding. Justine was very friendly..."
"From my arrival to my departure nothing was too much trouble. Justine ensured that all guests were totally satisfied and the 'Dartmoor Break..."
"Friendly staff. Lovely views and comfortabke spacious room...."
"the description on laterooms doesn't fully do justice to this property. You will be staying in a superb large farmhouse on a working farm in..."
About the hotel
Tor Royal offers double and twin en-suite rooms, with a choice of bath or shower, furnished with period furniture we also have a ground floor room decorated in Art Deco style. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, TV/DVD and most have wi-fi available. We have named our rooms after famous people who have been said to have stayed at Tor Royal, or who have a link with its location.
Tywhitt a downstairs double en-suite bathroom Sherlock is a twin/double on first floor with ensuite bathroom adjoining the Royal Suite. Courtyard, as it says overlooks the courtyard and is a pretty country style single with ensuite shower. Lilly (Langtry) peaceful with restful decoration on the top floor room with ensuite shower. Wallace, a bit lush on the top floor with duel aspect, large room with en suite shower, private and romantic, or can be sold as a triple family room. Breakfast is served in the royal suite, with local Dartmoor products where possible with fruit and veg traditionally grown in the Tamar Valley. After Breakfast there is Dartmoor on your doorstep, we can provide a packed lunch if you are keen walkers or point you in the direction of a good local Inn. Book a trek on one of our hardy ponies or visit nearby historic towns and cities, Plymouth, the home of Plymouth Gin and from where the Pilgrim Fathers sailed. Tavistock, ancient stannery town and home of Sir Francis Drake, visit Buckland Abbey once his grand residence. Moorwellham Quay (Edwardian Farm fame) well worth a visit I could go on and on…. . in fact I will – Sherlock Holmes famously tracked down the Hound of the Baskervilles in the Mire behind Tor Royal, War Horse was filmed at Sheepstor just over the hill, some of Rosalind Pilcher’s novels have been put to film locally, The ‘Edwardian County Lady’s Diary’ author regularly visited the area, The ‘Last white Rajahs’ the Brookes were based at Sheepstor, visit the lovely St. Leonards Church where the family is buried.
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
A hidden gem in Dartmoor
This was the cleanest B & B I have ever stayed in, the most fascinating building and the most wonderful welcome.
Myself & two other friends stayed at the Tor Royal for two nights as was visiting Tavistock to attend a wedding.
Justine was very friendly & helpful. The rooms were clean and breakfast both mornings was beautiful. If I was to visit Devon again I would definitely stay at the Tor Royal again.