The Oratory B&B
Great B&B accommodation at the Oratory Princetown, in the part of the house that used to be the chapel of St John Vianney.
Large en-suite bathroom
Drying Area available
Tea/Coffee making facilities
Local maps/books in room
Lock up for canoes/bikes
The chapel annex is a bright and spacious and benefits from having its own private entrance. It makes a fantastic base for exploring the moor and the surrounding areas.
The annex can comfortably sleep up to two adults and two children. We are happy to welcome dogs by prior arrangement. Please note we are strictly non smoking both in the house and grounds.
There are plenty of walks, pubs and cafes in Princetown so perfect if you don't want to get use your car.
Cafes - Fox Tor Cafe and the Old Police Station Café
Pubs - Plume of Feathers, The Railway Inn and the Prince of Wales in the village and many others a short drive away.
Hotels - Two Bridges Hotel (less than two miles away), Cherrybrook and the Prince Hall Hotels (4 miles away)
Tourist Attractions apart from the plethora of amazing walks include The High Moorland Visitors Centre and The Prison Heritage Centre.
Local Historic Houses include Buckfast Abbey, Buckland Abbey, Castle Drogo, Lydord Castle and Okehampton Castle.
Heritage Centres include Dingles Fairground, Morwellham Quay and the Museum of Dartmoor Life
Animals and Wildlife Centres - Dartmoor Miniature Pony Centre, Dartmoor Zoological Park, Otters & Butterflies and Pennywell Farm
Railways - Dartmoor Railway, Plym Valley and South Devon Railway all offering Steam services
Golf Courses nearby include Tavistock, Teign Valley and Bovey Castle
Adventure Activities from Baloon Flights to climbing, canoeing, caving, and horse riding to name a few.
Cycle Hire available - local companies can deliver bikes for your stay with us and collect on departure
Fishing - Fresh Water, Fly and Sea in the numerous rivers, reservoirs and of course shore fishing or sea charters from Plymouth
Local Towns include the wonderful market town of Tavistock.
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This page was last updated: 18 June 2010