Old Station Road Horrabridge, Horrabridge, PL20 7RA, United Kingdom +44 182 285 3501
The guest house has been awarded a 4-star guest accommodation rating from VisitBritain and a Gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme. Overcombe House participates in the ‘Walkers Welcome’ and ‘Cyclists Welcome’ schemes and has been awarded Mobility 1 and 2 under the National Accessibility Scheme, all of which are administered by VisitBritain.You ca... More from Amoma
The guest house has been awarded a 4-star guest accommodation rating from VisitBritain and a Gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme. Overcombe House participates in the ‘Walkers Welcome’ and ‘Cyclists Welcome’ schemes and has been awarded Mobility 1 and 2 under the National Accessibility Scheme, all of which are administered by VisitBritain.You can be assured of receiving a warm welcome with complimentary tea or coffee on arrival and some homemade cake if John has had time to bake. At breakfast, the Cornish bacon is dry cured and then oak smoked using traditional methods. The Dartmoor sausages are handmade and come from the local butcher, Bidders at Yelverton. The free-range eggs come from a farm near Cotehele on the far side of the River Tamar.Overcombe House is situated within Dartmoor National Park and backs onto Roborough Downs. You have access to activities such as gliding, kayaking, paragliding, moorland and gorge walking, horse riding, cycling, fly and coarse fishing and golfing. There are also farmers markets, historic houses, museums, craft shops and galleries, gardens and interesting churches to visit. The ancient stannary town of Tavistock is only 4 miles away and its roots can be traced back to Saxon times. Today it is the largest town in West Devon where there is a regular pannier market, beautiful buildings, varied and interesting shops, cafes, a park, a river and canal walks. Tavistock has been voted ‘Britain’s Best Market Town’, ‘The West Country’s Best Food Town’ and ‘Devon’s Best Farmer’s Market’. The ancient abbey ruins date back to Mediaeval times and records show that cream teas were first served here. Plymouth is approximately 10 miles away and is uniquely located between Dartmoor and the sea, and is a vibrant waterfront city. Soak up the atmosphere of the historic Barbican area, with its marina, aquarium, shops and cafes. Visit the famous Mayflower Steps where the Pilgrim Fathers bravely set sail for the New World. Plymouth Hoe is where Sir Francis Drake viewed the Spanish Armada. There is a variety of local shops and national stores, numerous restaurants and theatres.Situated on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, this environmentally-led and ethical guest house offers a friendly welcome and well-equipped, comfortable en suite rooms. Overcombe House is a popular licensed guest house located between Tavistock and Plymouth. Some of its rooms have views over Walkham Valley towards the High Moors. Quality facilities and personal service are offered in a relaxed, homely atmosphere. Breakfasts at Overcombe feature local, homemade, organic and fair trade produce. The guest house is committed to using West Country food producers in the kitchen and for in-room hospitality.Payment Information: On departure, payment is due by cash, debit card or credit card. Overcombe House does not accept payments by American Express, Diners Club or cheque...By Car From Tavistock (4 miles): - Follow the A386 towards Plymouth. On reaching the Horrabridge sign, continue forward. - Shortly after passing the left turn into the village, take the 2nd turn on your right into Old Station Road (you will see the brown tourist sign). - You will find us on the left-hand side. From Plymouth (10 miles): - Follow the A386 towards Tavistock. - On reaching the roundabout at Yelverton, remain on the A386. - After approximately 1.1 miles you will see the Horrabridge sign. - Take the next left turn, follow the road round and you will find us on the right-hand side. If you miss this road take the next left-hand turn. - Old Station road is effectively a loop-road off the A386. By Bus A regular bus service connects Horrabridge to Tavistock, Plymouth and Barnstable . The main bus/coach station in Plymouth is at Bretonside; the bus/coach companies operating here offer regional services and national services. The majority of local services go from Royal Parade. Tavistock bus station offers connections to Callington, Greenlands, Bere Ferrers & Bere Alston. The number 83 bus connects Tavistock to Plymouth and goes via Horrabridge. The number 86 connects Barnstable and Plymouth and goes via Tavistock and Horrabridge. Bus stops in Horrabridge are located on Plymouth Road. Just down from Manor Garage you can catch services to Yelverton and Plymouth while the stop opposite will take you to Tavistock and Barnstable.
|General||No smoking, Non-smoking rooms available, Parking (free), Wheelchair accessible|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)|
Overall Rating - Excellent
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