The White Hart Hotel, Moretonhampstead, Dartmoor National Park

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The White Hart Hotel, Moretonhampstead, Dartmoor National Park

Why stay in this location and hotel?

The White Hart Hotel is located on a crossroads in the centre of the Dartmoor gateway town Moretonhampstead. Roads head in four directions giving you unmatched convenience and access to four areas of the National Park. It's one of the best locations from which to explore Dartmoor's wide variety of landscapes and visitor attractions. Its location also provides easy access to South Devon, The English Riviera and the cities of Exeter and Plymouth. It's a great base for a holiday in Dartmoor and the Westcountry.

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To help you choose The White Hart Hotel for its location, we've listed some of the local attractions below. Cherry pick for a short break. Try to visit all if you're on holiday in Dartmoor.


Explore Moretonhampstead

See the Moretonhampstead Public Art/Sculpture ('Dartmoor Flight'), the National Trust's Moretonhampstead 1 and 2 The Almshouses, galleries and swim in the Moretonhampstead Swimming Pool (Outdoor).


Blackingstone Rock

Take in the view from Blackingstone Rock. It's a well known beauty spot providing vast views of Dartmoor's north plateau and the highest ground in southern England at Yes Tor and High Willhays.

Once you've finished at Blackingstone Rock, walk the nearby Tottiford, Trenchford & Kennick Reservoirs Circular Walk.


The Miniature Pony Centre

Visit The Miniature Pony Centre. Great family day out.

In the local area, also visit Canonteign Falls and Becky Falls Ancient Woodland Park. A trip to House of Marbles and Teign Valley Glass is fun.


Castle Drogo and other National Trust properties

Discover the National Trust's Castle Drogo (National Trust).

Other National Trust properties in Dartmoor include Finch Foundry, Lydford Gorge and Parke Estate.

Just outside the National Park are Buckland Abbey (National Trust) and Saltram (National Trust).


Grimspound and other English Heritage properties

Experience English Heritage's Grimspound (English Heritage) and some of Dartmoor's internationally important prehistoric sites. Hurston Ridge/Chagford Common Stone Row is reasonably close to Grimspound.


Walk the moors and tors

If you're visiting Grimspound, yomp up to Hamel Tor and wander along the broad back of Hamel Down. The views are massive. You'll see both the north and south plateaus, Dartmoor's central bowl and Haytor Rocks to the east.


Highest pub in southern England

Eat and drink at the Warren House Inn. This is the highest pub in southern England and on the road that climbs from Moretonhampstead to the high moors.


Remarkable wooded valleys

Explore Lustleigh Cleave and the Teign Gorge (National Trust). In the Teign Gorge, go to Fingle Bridge and Fingle Bridge Inn. Dartmoor is known for its moors. Less well known are its remarkable wooded valleys and gorges cut by rivers that flow from the high ground. Amazing places. Make sure you visit them.


Wray Valley Trail

Cycle the Wray Valley Trail in Dartmoor.


Explore South Devon

See one of our sister sites, Love South Devon, for ideas.


They say: 'The White Hart Hotel is a traditional old posting house situated in the town of Moretonhampstead and set within the picturesque Dartmoor National park. Guests can relax by the roaring log fire in the lounge and take advantage of the free Wi-Fi.' View availability and read more.

Address Station Road
TQ13 8NQ
Telephone -
Area More information on Moretonhampstead
Sleeps Unknown
Bedrooms 28
Pricing £60 - £180 Per Person Per Night
Pets No
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