of the Year
Devon Tourism Awards ’11
Honeymoon Hideaway ~ Romance with a capital ‘R’…
Combe House Devon ~ a privately owned country house hotel in Devon ~ is all about Romance…
If you want to treat a loved one and get out of the city but don’t fancy jumping on a plane, Combe House Devon is the perfect spot to get away from it all. The setting is wildly romantic: think a beautiful country estate, set in 3,500 acres of rolling hills with Arabian horses roaming free and the sea a stone’s throw for bracing coastal walks. With a restaurant offering great food to boot, you’ll be in seventh heaven and your other half might thank you too.
You’ll love the Linen Suite with its six foot wide copper bath. You can also book Combe Thatch Cottage – a romantic honeymoon hideaway for two with a secluded walled garden.
When it comes to Romantic Escapes for just one special night, or longer romantic short breaks of two nights or more, Combe House Devon is hard to beat.
Take a stroll under the Lebanese cedar trees in Combe’s gardens or simply sit and enjoy the peace, quiet and spectacular country views.
Add to this 15 romantically and individually furnished bedrooms and gourmet food served in a candlelit restaurant, a cellar full of award-winning reds and whites, and you have one of the most romantic honeymoon hideaways imaginable.
Combe House Devon is recognised as one of the UK’s most romantic hotels. It was voted one of the top two most romantic hotels in Britain by Room for Romance readers.
Where better for Country House romancing?
Combe House Devon’s restaurant serves contemporary British cuisine prepared by Master Chefs Hadleigh Barrett and Stuart Brown. There’s a choice of three rooms to dine in: the Green Mural Restaurant, with its oriental-style walls and elegant carved stone fireplace, the warm, oak-lined Panel Room and the Pink Restaurant.
Whichever you choose, you can enjoy dishes such as foie gras with duck rillette with caramelised apple and boudin noir, seared fillet of bass with sautéed fennel, saffron linguini and langoustine vierge, with perhaps a delicious custard tart with rhubarb to follow.