Built around the famous South Zeal Menhir Standing Stone, this 12th-century manor house is set in its own monastery gardens in a pretty Devonshire village. A granite Tudor porch leads to a 536-year-old bar with a roaring log fire, and there is free WiFi and free parking on site.
The Oxenham Arms Hotel & Restaurant is one of the oldest inns in England. Home to a 14th century pirate It was once visited for a month by Charles Dickens and is the subject of a great many literary works.
The Oxenham Arms Hotel & Restaurant boasts traditionally furnished rooms, which retain charming old original features like wooden beams and stone walls. Each room is decorated with antiques, and also benefits from a TV and an en-suite bathroom or shower room.
The AA Rosette awarded restaurant has picturesque views of Dartmoor. Guests can enjoy seasonal lunches, evening meals, and bar food - prepared using high-quality local produce.
An array of activities are offered in the area, such as golfing and horse riding. The hotel also offers free use of bicycles and car hire. Exeter is 20 miles from The Oxenham Arms Hotel & Restaurant. The A30 road can be reached within 3 miles.