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Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
8.30 – 10. am
12.00 – 1.45pm
7pm – 8.45pm
On arrival at the hotel, there is a drop off point outside the main entrance, with reserved parking at the front door on request.
Complimentary car parking spaces are located along the right and left hand side of the hotel, some of which are marked with white lines.
Overflow parking is available along the gravelled area opposite the spaces marked with white lines and is also free of charge.
The hotel does not have a lift.
The hotel has one accessible ground floor room.
We request that anyone wishing to make an enquiry or booking inform us of any special needs or disabilities that they may have, in order for us to meet or adapt to personal requirements.
Children of all ages are welcome in larger rooms. High tea and a children's menu are available on request.
Children are charged at £25 per child per night to include breakfast.
The Horn of Plenty is situated in the Tamar Valley, an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that borders Dartmoor National Park. It is also set within the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape UNESCO World Heritage site.
With 5 acres of gardens and uninterrupted views across the stunning Tamar Valley, this is a lovely place to sit, relax and enjoy the tranquillity. The Horn of Plenty is an excellent touring base for those who share a love for the West Country. Located half way between North and South coasts, and on the border between Devon and Cornwall, our surroundings are simply stunning.
All rooms are double but can be prepared with twin beds.
Well behaved dogs are welcome in some Classic, Deluxe, Best and Coach house rooms at a charge of £15 per dog per night.
The hotel provides a doggie dinner, water bowl and plenty of treats, and there's a handy hosepipe if needed! All we ask is that your dog is kept clean and dry (we're happy to provide towels on request), and courteous of other guests. Each room allows up to two dogs. Well behaved dogs can join you for pre-dinner drinks in the library, and in the bar/lounge for breakfast and dinner. Dogs are also welcome on the restaurant terraces, weather permitting. Please be sure to let us know if you would like to bring your dog for dinner, so we can allocate a table in the bar/lounge.
Please note that dogs are not permitted in the drawing room or the conservatory restaurant.