Northcote Manor Hotel
Northcote Manor has the atmosphere of a cherished wisteria clad 18th century manor house. A studded oak door opens into a spacious hall, leading to an elegant drawing room and the Oak Room, with oak panelled shutters and a bay window with views across the sweeping garden lawns, green fields and mature woodlands.
The manor house is nestled high above the Taw valley and has open views of the Devonshire country side from the croquet lawn.
The grade 2 listed stone building was originally a monastery and was built on the site of an earlier 16th century Benedictine monastery. King Henry VIII was our most famous owner and turned the house over to the gentry. The Victorians later added a wing to the house when it was a private residence and their cob walled garden and ornamental fish pond still remain next to the wild orchards. Our more recent summer house addition is in the Victorian style.