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Larkbeare Grange, Exeter

Luxury Bed and Breakfast

Larkbeare Grange is recognised for its quality and service:

  • South West Bed & Breakfast of 2012 from Taste of the West
  • Gold winner in Visit Devon Tourism Awards 2011
  • Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay
  • Gold award from VisitBritain
  • Green Tourism Business Scheme with gold award

Special Offer

Two night winter food break

Come and relax in beautiful East Devon and eat at two very special pubs just a short drive away.

Stay with us for 2 nights and eat at both The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare and its thatched sister pub The Five Bells in the lovely village of Clyst Hydon. Both have a Michelin 'Bib Gourmand' for excellent food, service and hospitality and we can’t recommend them highly enough.

The price is just £300 per couple and the break is available from January 7th until the end of February 2015.

The rate includes a 3 course "Totally Devon" dinner at the Jack in the Green, also dinner to the value of £50 at the Five Bells, afternoon tea on arrival at Larkbeare, classic double en-suite room & a full English Breakfast cooked on the Aga.

Bookings must be taken before 28th February 2015. Additional nights and upgrades are available at a supplement. Subject to availability. Excludes Saturday 14th February. Special dietary requirements willingly catered for throughout.

Please quote “Winter 2015 Food Break” on booking.

 

 

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Latest News

 New biomass heating 

We have strengthened our green credentials with the installation of an Austrian designed 60 kW wood-burning boiler.

The new biomass system runs off sustainably sourced low carbon wood pellets. These warm a 1,500l tank which in turn transfers heat via underground pipes to the existing heating and hot water system. It means that all the hot water and heating used in the main house now comes from renewable sources of fuel; in addition, during daylight hours, solar panels produce up to 4 kW of electricity (with an average annual output of at least 3,750 kW per annum) and via a link to the house means that all the electricity used by the business to run utilities and domestic machines during the day is generated by the sun.

Local company SunGift Energy from Exeter were used once again to install the new boiler after fitting the solar panels in May 2011.

 

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