The Cromwell Arms is a traditional English inn situated in the town of Bovey Tracey, the Gateway to the Moor. We are ideally located on the edge of Dartmoor National Park and close to the A38. Run by Gary and Julie, you will be assured of a happy hello and a warm welcome! The inn boasts 14 lovely guest rooms, all of which are en-suite, and includes a family room which is capable of sleeping up to 6. We also have a ground floor room suitable for those with access needs. All rooms have a television, hospitality tray and hairdryer, and we have a travel cot available for families. There is free Wifi throughout the property. We have a nice beer garden for warm summer evenings and 2 log burners inside for chiller evenings. There is a car park on-site, and we have a dog-friendly room close to the garden. Dogs are also allowed in the bar area.
Bovey Tracey is a small granite market town on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. The town has a rich history and over a hundred listed buildings to explore. This is a busy and friendly town with many cafes, bars, restaurants and shops selling local produce, set against the backdrop of Haytor, one of Dartmoors highest peaks at 457 metres. Proud to be a finalist in the Great British Pub awards. Real Ale Campaign 2018.
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