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All reviews outdoor pool games room table tennis lovely family run this family run hotel blackpool sands room with a sea view sauna and jacuzzi the hotel offers tinned fruit friendly hotel pretty village green dragon public areas board games ample parking will visit again
The two night stay at Stoke Lodge was great.
The wide hotel front when you drive into the car park is quite impressive.and the obvious outdoor facilities, terrace etc looked very inviting - particular if the sun was shining -luckily it was on arrival !...More
This is a well run family owned and managed hotel that provides thoughtful and friendly service. The food is a highlight with imaginative and well executed cooking. The public areas are good and there are plenty of facilities including a pool and nice outside areas....More
I had an enjoyable stay at this family-run hotel. My single room was small but well-furnished, although a little tired. The staff were friendly and helpful and food was excellent. Breakfast was comprised of the usual continental style with full English options. There was also...More
I stayed here with as part of a group of nine people.
The hotel is situated in a pretty village easily accessible to Dartmouth.
To my mind it is old fashioned friendly service. A highlight of the visit for me is the food. The dinners...More
What a great place to stay and such good value. We had a room with a sea view, the staff were so helpful (even when we wanted a late night cap and the bar was closed, they opened it up for us) the breakfast was...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.
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"Pay the little bit extra and get a sea view room it's well worth it"