Highbullen Hotel combines period architecture with contemporary touches and modern luxuries. Set within a sprawling 127-acre estate with views across the Mole Valley and Exmoor National Park, the Victorian Arts and Crafts manor house is home to 12 beautiful bedrooms. A further 30 bedrooms can be found throughout the estate.
Facilities include an 18-hole golf course, seven all-weather tennis courts, plus outdoor and 20m indoor swimming pools with sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. Meanwhile, whether it’s fine dining, a hearty Sunday roast or a Devonshire cream tea, Highbullen prides itself on its locally sourced and inspired dishes. Enjoy formal dining in the AA two-rosette Devon View restaurant, or a laidback drink and light bite in The Cellars.
Last autumn, Highbullen opened a delightful tea room (pictured), charmingly decorated with Laura Ashley decor, where you can enjoy a homemade Devon cream tea, full afternoon tea or brunch (children are well catered for too). As a treat for H&A readers, we are offering two lucky winners a two-night break at Highbullen Hotel for two people. Visit highbullen.co.uk for details.