About Lewtrenchard Manor
Set in a secluded valley beneath the wild tors of Dartmoor, this luxurious Jacobean manor offers a rich historical ambiance with stunning gardens, spectacular views and elegant three AA Rosette dining in our oak panelled restaurants.
An idyllic family-run property, it is steeped in history and intrigue. Indeed, the manor that now stands within these impressive grounds dates back as far as the early 1600s, with a dwelling mentioned here in the Domesday Book. From roaring log fires to beautiful stained glass windows, the building conspires to draw visitors back to a time long forgotten.
Further delights can be uncovered within the extensive Walter Sorel designed gardens. Extending over several acres, they are a tranquil haven of peace and relaxation; perfectly complementing the genteel grace of the main building. Surrounded by such opulence and grandeur, the cares of the 21st Century seem almost insignificant by comparison.
The Manor is perfectly placed for many of the attractions in Devon & Cornwall. From Dartmoor, Lydford Gorge and the coastal paths for walking, The Lost Gardens Of Heligan and The Eden Project for gardens and many National Trust Houses and Stately Homes, there is no shortage of attractions to keep you busy.