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WHAT WE LOVE...

A traditional seaside retreat, Berry Head Hotel is superbly positioned at the water's edge, with access to the rocky bays below. Guests are invited to soak up 180-degree sea vistas with easy access to the South West Coast Path. A striking historical building, set within six-acres of woodland in a beautiful country park, the hotel boasts an enviable location in the fishing port of Brixham, south Devon - home of the world-famous fish market; happily you can expect an array of fish and seafood, straight from the day boats. Comfortable spaces are designed around the coastal surrounds, bringing the outside in. Perfect for outdoors enthusiasts, as well as anyone looking for a relaxing escape on a stunning stretch of the southwest coastline.

Your expert reviewer

Natalie Millar-Partridge
Travel writer, hotel reviewer and destination expert
For over 15-years, Natalie has written extensively for regional, national and global publications, offering an inside track on unusual and exciting destinations; a highly curated approach to the most groundbreaking places to stay – from the super-luxe to the quirky, curiously different and considered properties to have on your radar. Natalie is based in South West England.

THE DETAILS

Location

The historic fishing port, with its replica of Sir Francis Drake's famous ship is a must-visit, along with a tour of Brixham's renowned fish market.

Agatha Christie's former home, Greenway House, is a 20-minute drive away.
By car: around 2 hours 30 minutes from Bristol, 4 hours 30 minutes from London and 5 hours 15 minutes from Manchester. Free parking on site.
By train: there are direct trains to Paignton from Exmouth (25 minutes) and London Paddington (3 hours 10 minutes). The hotel is a 20-minute drive from the station. trainline.com

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Style & Character

The ideal base for exploring the south Devon coastline, the hotel is perfect for traditional seaside holidays, as well as outdoor adventures. Nothing says quintessentially coastal quite like sinking into a deckchair - iced-beverage in hand - to take in the sea views - holiday bliss!

Service & Facilities

We loved walking through the woodland to Berry Head Nature Reserve - an impressive headland with its iconic lighthouse and Napoleonic Fort.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Beach
  • Swimming pool
  • Sauna
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free on-site parking

Pet friendly: dogs are welcome in all rooms and self-catering apartments. They can dine with you at View Bistro and Terrace and enjoy six acres of grounds and woodland, with easy access to the South West Coast Path.

Rooms

A spacious first floor sea-facing room gets our vote, providing comfortable surrounds, with a huge balcony to enjoy the Devon sunshine. The clever fusion of heritage and comfort is a winning formula, creating the perfect environment to relax in.

Single, Twin, Double, Balcong, Sea and Coastal-View Rooms, Self-catering apartments
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities

Food & Drink

Start the day right - tuck into smoked salmon with smashed avocado and fresh spinach on an English muffin, dressed with homemade hollandaise! With zero food-miles, happily indulge in the fresh-catch - chargrilled John Dory, with new potatoes, tender-stem broccoli, salsa verde and pine nuts.

The Bonaparte Restaurant: formal fine-dining, local produce, modern British cuisine. Open daily 8-9.30am, 7-9.30pm. 3 course £35.
The View Brasserie & Terrace: relaxed, bistro menu. Open daily 8-10.30am, 12-9pm. Mains from £14.50.

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