We stayed here as part of an organised HF holiday group and loved it. We went walking whilst our daughter attended a really well organised multi activity week which included canoeing, rock climbing and body boarding amongst other things. Food really great and plenty of it. All the staff really helpful and the entertainment really good. We enjoyed a falconry display one night and a harpist during dinner on another evening. OK our bedroom and bathroom was fairly basic, and carpets a little threadbare in places, but they were clean, comfortable, functional with a hairdryer, radio, television, tea making facilities and there was plenty of hot water. The public areas were very nice and we enjoyed sharing our dining table with other guests. Views were truly stunning and the gardens beautiful. We throughly enjoyed our walks and were with a really nice group of people. Also an easy walk up to Hay Tor and to the national park visitors centre next door. We also enjoyed afternoon tea at the dandelion cafe which was on site.
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- With its magnificent location, Moorlands has always been attractive to walkers, outdoor enthusiasts, and those who enjoy peace and tranquillity. The Country House has welcomed guests for just over 100 years; indeed our most famous visitor, Agatha Christie, wrote her first book, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, here in 1916. ... more less
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