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March 2020 Hopper Trips

Aspects Bar & Restaurant offers a relaxed and enjoyable dining experience, and takes full advantage of its countryside location, taking in the panoramic views & opening out onto an extensive terrace for alfresco dining. If you’re a foodie, it may be tempting to know that Aspects bar & restaurant is open all day, every day, serving delicious locally sourced mouth-watering food, prepared & cooked using only the freshest, seasonal produce as well as a local larder of delicious produce from our own estate.

Little Fox Hotel begin each day with a full Cornish breakfast, using sausages & bacon supplied by our local, award-winning butcher and served in the restaurant with breath taking views of the valley. Enjoy with friends  in their cosy lounge, or relax on the terrace in the afternoon with the obligatory Cornish Cream Tea.

Trago Mills is the South West’s original discount retailer, founded over 50 years ago.


We’d like to welcome you to the traditional country pub.

Join in celebrating our Cornish Heritage and fundraising for charities.

The Fisherman’s Cot in Tiverton is your archetypal historic country pub and hotel. Sitting pretty on the banks of the River Exe in Bickleigh, our inn is surrounded by glorious Devon countryside. The setting is picture perfect. Sit out in the beer garden and drink it in with a cask ale or beer, a pint of cider, a glass of wine, a good gin, or a soft drink. Our building is a true gem, with its fabulous thatched roof, chimneys, and tall windows. Historic charm and modern comforts go hand-in-hand. The atmosphere is quintessential village pub – warm and friendly. 

Cotehele is a medieval house with Tudor additions, situated in the parish of Calstock in the east of Cornwall, England. It is a rambling granite and slate-stone manor house on the banks of the River Tamar that has been little changed over five centuries. Wikipedia

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