Sandy Park Accommodation & Other Services
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Sandy Park is ½ mile off the Two Moors Way. Sandy Park Map
Sandy Park Accommodation
Mill End Hotel
Sandy Park, Chagford, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 8JN
Tel: 01647 432282
Mill End Hotel Website
Type: Hotel accommodation and Restaurant
Info: Just yards off the Two Moors Way
“A Dartmoor hotel on the banks of Devon’s majestic River Teign, Mill End Hotel and Restaurant is your perfect Country House hideaway. Escape to Dartmoor. Immerse yourself in the wild glory of Devon’s own Dartmoor National Park, whilst soaking up the hospitality, comfort and warmth on which we pride ourselves here at Mill End.
We have twenty individually-styled bedrooms, comfy lounges, log fires and beautiful riverside gardens. Book your hotel room on-line or call to choose your perfect room.
Our hotel restaurant, with 2 Rosettes from the AA, is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (and non-residents are very welcome too).
Dartmoor is all around. Walking, cycling, fishing and all manner of outdoor pursuits are yours to enjoy. Or just find a perfect spot to sit and soak up the Dartmoor view. Just five minutes from the A30, and 25 minutes from Exeter, we’re easy to get to but a million miles away.
After a day on the moors, you’ll find a warm welcome back at Mill End. Let the pressures of the outside world fade to a distant memory as you enjoy a delicious meal in our restaurant, or simply relax in front of an open fire.
Our hotel is your Dartmoor country house hideaway. We look forward to seeing you soon.”
Pubs and Restaurants
Mill End Hotel
Refer to Accommodation
Sandy Park Inn
Sandy Park, Chagford, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 8JW
Tel: 01647 433267
Sandy Park Inn Website
Type: Pub and Restaurant
Info: ½ mile off the Two Moors Way
“We serve three local real ales which we hope we keep in great condition. We also have an oft-commented upon ‘top shelf’ of which we are rightly proud. This maintains a large selection of single malt whiskies (mostly Scottish Speyside & Island, but also several Japanese) and we have about fifteen craft gins (and we know which fruit to serve them with); and, not least, we have a selection of quality wines.
We’re a rustic thatched historic old Inn and we serve a small menu of rustic food; a selection of quality pies & fries, served up with peas & gravy (surprisingly satisfying with a good glass of red wine). So expect some good old-fashioned pub grub made from quality ingredients, currently served Monday to Saturday (6.30-8.30pm). Vegetarian and gluten free options available.
The main bar is very dog friendly (dogs get a biscuit and they’re even allowed to bring their owners). In Winter, there is always a roaring fire.
There is a bar ‘snug’ (seats 8) and a lovely wild beer garden above the Inn which, in sunny weather especially, provides tranquil views over the fields and woodlands and, ultimately, the remote rolling vista of Dartmoor.
It’s a lovely old building and has a great atmosphere, but please note that we bought the place to save it (tragically, it was closed, possibly to get change of use) so we are not letting rooms for the time being. We’ll update here if this changes, but in the mean-time, do pop in for a drink or some food and sample the atmosphere of this great historic old pub. There aren’t many left like it.”