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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
Have been going to this hotel for years the food has always been exceptional....rooms are very comfortable although could do with updating. The place does look a bit tired.
This visit we noticed a big change...several times they ran out of items on the menu...there...More
Have been here 6-7 times and always the same, nice staff, great food and location
Took my son,his wife and their 3 children, aged 6,10 & 11
They loved it with all the amenities, it was grandad, grandad, grandad. Loved it
When we got home...More
This is our second visit to the Stoke Lodge Hotel in about six weeks. We came back because we so enjoyed the first visit. Although it is not a ‘contemporary’ hotel it is comfortable, clean and the staff are brilliant. They are genuinely helpful. The...More
We stayed here on a one night free offer from booking house insurance from the coop & overall impressed with hotel/grounds / and surrounding area
Very nice hotel with a lovely indoor pool heated to spa quality also added bonus of sauna and jacuzzi and...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"