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Welcome to Deer Park Country Hotel

Address: Weston, Honiton, EX14 3PG

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Set within 80 acres of unspoilt Devon countryside, the historic Deer Park Country Hotel overlooks the scenic local area and the River Otter. This traditional English country house has elegant lounges and offers fly fishing and tennis. The individually styled rooms are in the main house, and in the adjacent mews. They offer picturesque countryside views and come equipped with bathrobes and some have a free Wi-Fi connection. The hotel’s renowned restaurant offers seasonal menus featuring fresh Devon produce where possible. It offers delightful choices, such as locally-caught crab, scallops and lobster, plus Devon beef and lamb from Dartmoor, all complemented by an extensive wine list. The Deer Park features a croquet lawn and the opportunity for woodland walks. Dartmoor National Park is 25 miles west of the hotel and the South West Coastal Path is less than 10 miles away. Exeter International Airport is 20 minutes' drive from the hotel.

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Cadhay House - Historical Houses

Cadhay House - Historical Houses

Distance 3.59 miles (5.74 km)
Cadhay, an historic Elizabethan manor of special architectural interest in the rural landscape of East Devon

Cadhay was built by John Haydon in 1550 on the site of an earlier house. His nephew Robert built the Long Gallery, a feature of late 16th century housebuilding, closing in the south side of the house to form a courtyard that became known as the Court of the Sovereigns because of the four statues of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth that stand over the doors.

Robert was married to Joan, the daughter of Sir Amias Poulett, Privy Councillor, former ambassador to France and Keeper of Mary Queen of Scots during her imprisonment.