The Moorland Garden Hotel: Showcasing the best of the West Country @MoorlandGardenH

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Located in the Tamar Valley at the gateway to Dartmoor National Park and just a short distance from the bountiful coast at Plymouth, the Moorland Garden Hotel is ideally placed to showcase the best of the region’s ‘surf and turf’ produce.

The Head Chef and his team work with South West producers to deliver a seasonal menu that encapsulates the best of the West Country, with a focus on letting the ingredients speak for themselves. The Wildflower Restaurant is a great place to enjoy every meal of the day. It looks out over the Hotel’s 9 acres of grounds and the terrace, which is a beautifully sunny place to enjoy a glass of your chosen tipple as the sun sets.

The Dartmoor Bar and Lounge is a great option for catching up over coffee and cake or dining with four-legged friends. Here locals and guests can enjoy a less formal setting for lunch and dinner, or just meet for a beverage at this convenient stop just outside Plymouth.

The Moorland Garden Hotel has a special Afternoon Tea, which from April 2018 will be accompanied by beautiful loose leaf tea. Afternoon Tea is available daily and needs to be pre-booked with 3 hours’ notice.

This Summer the Hotel offers plentiful excuses to make a trip to this haven.



In June, why not head to the Hotel for the next popular themed afternoon tea… Pirates! For adults and suitable for children this is an ‘oarsome’ way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Adults at £22, children at £14, tickets prepayable at time of booking.

Looking to thank Dad for all he does? Why not treat him to Sunday Lunch this Father’s Day. 3 courses and coffee at £24.95 per adult and £15 per child.

This July, spend an evening under the stars watching the Old Herbaceous theatre production, as Old Herbaceous, renowned actor Giles Shenton truly lives the part of the legendry Head Gardener, Herbert Pinnegar, inviting you to feel included in a private chat from a bygone, comforting age. Keeping you engrossed, amused and emotionally engaged from start to finish, Old Herbaceous will leave you with a feeling that, perhaps, all’s right with the world. Tickets at £10 per adult, pre-payable at time of booking or £12 on the gate.

Keep your eyes open for Autumn and Winter events, including the Quest themed afternoon tea in November!


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