Luxury Stays & Brilliant Days
The ancient woodland and dramatic rolling tors surrounding Gidleigh Park are truly spectacular. Make the most of nearby Dartmoor with a luxury stay at Gidleigh Park and a National Trust gift card for use towards entry, membership, within onsite cafés and shops, or online shop purchases.
Discover the magical landscape on foot and explore the National Trust’s places in the mysterious moors including the imposing Castle Drogo sitting above the Teign Gorge, with stunning views over the wild beauty of Dartmoor. Return to a sumptuous two-night stay alongside an exquisite three-course dinner on the first evening, crafted by our Executive Chef Chris Eden.
This offer includes:
This offer is subject to availability. Dinner reservations should be made at time of booking.
*Price is per person, for two nights, based on two adults sharing a Classic Room midweek.
National Trust Gift Card
Gift cards can be used at most National Trust properties (in England, Wales & N.I); at shops, cafes and at admission points – for entry or membership; Historic House Hotels and the online shop. Please visit nationaltrust.org.uk/giftcards for gift card terms and conditions.
'Amongst the mysteries of the moor are a gorge, a forge and a spectacular modern fortress'
With over 25 National Trust properties in Devon and Castle Drogo and Fingle Bridge less than 25 minutes away, Gidleigh Park is well located for brilliant days out.
At the heart of the hotel is the award-winning restaurant, an intimate dining area with magnificent views across the hotel’s beautiful gardens. Dining at Gidleigh Park offers a memorable culinary experience with a focus on creating unique dishes full of flavour.
The 24 luxurious guest rooms (bedrooms, Spa suite and the Pavilion) offer comfort and style, each decorated with period furniture and complemented by contemporary bathrooms.
Gidleigh Park has a wide range of facilities and amenities available, from our Peter Allis 18-hole putting course, to fly fishing, tennis or croquet, there is something for everybody to enjoy.
This Tudor-style house sits in 107 acres of gardens and woodland on the northern bank of the North Teign River in Dartmoor National Park. A walk through the bluebell woods in the grounds in spring is quite magical and meandering through the kitchen garden, resisting the temptation to eat the produce then and there, is a tantalising way to while away an afternoon.