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Fox and Hounds Hotel
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

Friendly and very welcoming would definitely recommend. Great entertainment in the bar on the weekend we stayed there. Very good English breakfast, and very friendly owners and staff.Would definitely return

Room Tip: We had a family room and I assumed 2 single and double bed NOT a Bunk bed which did not impress my son and his girlfriend
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 2, 2013

Stayed at the campsite, I remembered this pub as a great place with pub grub and reasonable facilities, about ten years ago. Pitched the tent and had a pint, went up on the Moor then came back to dinner. The chap in charge of the place refused, quite truculently, to take an order for food at 7:05 because the kitchen was 'overwhelmed' (there were about ten other people in the place) and said he might take an order in an hour or so, but then again he might not. Poured the drinks and then wandered off without a word. Eventually I got one of the waitresses to take our money.

Eventually got a food order taken, by this point we were somewhat wary so ordered something they couldn't make a hash of, we thought, scampi and chips, I mean, you just chuck them in the fryer, right? What turned up was part-cooked scampi with the coating doughy and greasy, and greasy, two-thirds cooked chips. There was a mound of salad, or rather hacked-about lettuce and cucumber, with a 'dressing' that tasted almost, but not quite, of nothing whatsoever. The two waitresses were lovely and apologised about the strange man behind the bar, apparently not the landlord but why he'd been left in charge I cannot imagine.

The campsite lavatories had broken bolts on the doors of the stalls, ill-attached seats and did not appear to be fastened adequately to the floor as they rocked like frightened horses when sat on, there was no soap or paper towels/hand dryer. Ran some lukewarm water over my hands and dried them on my shirt.

As a final treat, some chap in a nearby tent spent the night alternately coughing his heart out, and vomiting. Maybe he had the scampi as well. Packed up at first light, we both had stomach-ache by then after the greasy, badly-cooked food. Left, never to return.

They seem to be relying on their location to bring in punters and to have pretty much given up trying,

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 28, 2013

Nice welcome on arrival, did not realise Hotel was so close A386 room 35 feet from centre of road. traffic was constant throughout the sleeping hours except for an hour. then the macerator/saniflo kicked in quite a lot during the stay.
Booked table for 730 pm service was an hour later, when the food was served some 45 mins later two of the main courses were tepid at best, staff advised nothing done until it was mentioned to an older member. The host deducted the meals from the final bill,

Room Tip: Our rooms faced the main road no double glazing.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Paul R
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Reviewed August 18, 2013

Stayed here at many a TenTors event when a teenager and it was good fun - great place to stay, in the middle of Dartmoor. Great campsite! Also the skittles alley is very appealing.

Recently cycled here from home and was a bit disappointed. Very expensive food - for what you get. Sausage and chips and a half pint - £10.Food was OK nothing special. Atmosphere not brilliant. Unhappy waitresses. Wasn't allowed in restaurant area as wearing 'sports gear' (the barman wasn't that apologetic).

A bit disappointed if I'm honest but I will return as I love the whole area in general and had some great times there. I really hope it will improve next time I'm there.

Room Tip: Stay in the campsite in your own caravan or tents (it's more fun!!)
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled solo
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1  Thank Sam H
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Reviewed August 11, 2013

We stayed for one night while doing the Devon coast to coast cycle route. The staff are friendly, and the food excellent, but the bunkhouse is very poor. The shower in the ladies washroom was out of order so we had to use the shower in the gents. The whole building smelt damp (possibly as a consequence of the recent flood into the skittle alley below the bunk rooms) and wasnt very clean. The beds were very old and uncomfortable. The biggest problem was the constant comings and goings of people off the campsite coming to use the toilets. It was impossible to sleep with the plumbing noises, banging doors, people chatting, ventilator fans left on etc etc. I had possibly the worst nights sleep ever. Either they provide a proper toilet block for the campsite, or they give up on the bunkhouse. It's a real shame as its in a great location ( though for anyone arriving on foot or by bike, it's much nearer to Bridestowe than Lydford)

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Thank JanHWigan
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