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After staying at a nearby holiday park and about to head home after the heavy snowfall, our car decided to skid off the road and we were unable to get out (snowed in)
We noticed this hotel on the drive up the road as we...More
First visit to this hotel; a weekend break with friends. I chose a single room, which was small, but clean and had a newly refurbished bathroom. Shampoo and shower gel provided. Tea and coffee in the room and, although I did not use it, I...More
On our late winter break we got caught out by the record snow falls for Devon so we could not leave on our appointed day. Not to worry this family run hotel catered for our every need for the next two days whilst the weather...More
Warm welcome from the staff on arrival, clean basic room, and the Labrador stayed too, he was not happy as it had no lift, and had to climb the stairs, and as a older dog a little difficult. Great food during our 3 day stay,...More
We have visited Stoke Lodge Hotel every year for about the last 15 years. It has always been of the happiest times with really good food, excellent facilities and helpful and obliging staff. It is family run and the warmth and relaxed atmosphere give the...More
So sorry, only just seen this question so I don't know if you actually made it in May! The village of Stoke Fleming is 2 1/2 miles from Dartmouth and parking in the actual town during the Festival is a nightmare. However... More
So sorry, only just seen this question so I don't know if you actually made it in May! The village of Stoke Fleming is 2 1/2 miles from Dartmouth and parking in the actual town during the Festival is a nightmare. However there is a park and ride at the top of the town, with buses running regularly. Taxis are good and not too expensive, especially if there's a group of you.