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Devon dominates the most definitive list of the UK’s greatest hotels


Salcombe Harbour Hotel, Devon.

It’s official! Devon hosts the most of the UK’s favourite hotels – more than any other county outside of London.

An impressive 7% of the UK’s Hoteliers’ Hotels Top 100 list feature Devon based hotels, with 4 properties being members of Exeter and Heart of Devon Hotels and Restaurants Association.

Lympstone Manor in Exmouth, The Pig at Combe in Gittisham, Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa in Salcombe and Bovey Castle in Dartmoor National Park all made it on the prestigious list put together by telecommunications company, Sky, and UK business magazine for hospitality professionals, The Caterer. The two media giants set out on a mission to create the most definitive list of the UK’s greatest hotels.

Hoteliers’ Hotels is compiled by the people who know best – the hoteliers themselves and some of the UK’s pre-eminent hotel experts.

Lympstone-Manor-Herion-Superior-Estuary-Suite-2

Bronwyn Groves from Sky said: “We are committed to providing the best TV entertainment to help the UK’s best and finest hotels enhance the guest experience, and so we’re proud to be associated with these awards, which recognise the exceptional level of detail that goes into ensuring every guest has a perfect stay.”

The Exeter and Heart of Devon Hotels and Restaurants Association is a growing collection of more than 50 Hotels and Restaurants in Devon. Members benefit from collective buying power, access to dedicated guidance and training, as well as promotional PR and marketing activity.

Photos included are courtesy of Devon Hotels Association and their respective photographers where applicable.

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