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Best Western Lord Haldon Hotel
Dunchideock
Exeter
Devon

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Set in large private grounds with 23 en suite rooms which enjoy stunning views over the rolling Devon hills, the hotel offers the peace of the countryside and yet is easily accessible from all major local routes, stations and airport. The city of Exeter is four miles away and the Cathedral boasts the longest unbroken Gothic vault in the world. A short drive will take you on to Dartmoor, or to one of the many local sandy beaches

Devon boasts a huge array of leisure pursuits.

Our Courtyard Restaurant which has held 2 Red Rosettes for the last seven years, is well known for the excellence of its cuisine and warmth of its service. On warm summer evenings it is a joy to dine in the courtyard, surrounded by the many rare and interesting plants.

All our meetiing and conference rooms enjoy good natural light and the quiet calming sounds of country life but can be equipped with up to minute technology; internet access can be provided and the whole hotel has access to Wi-Fi.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
2 Red Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 23
Number Ensuite: 23
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Restaurant

Name: Courtyard Restaurant
Cuisine: English and French
Chef: Paul Ruttledge
Awards: 2 AA Red Rosette

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Disabled Access - ground floor
Open All Year
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