The Forest Inn at Hexworthy offers traditional lodging in the heart of Dartmoor in Devon. One of the big attractions of The Forest Inn, is that it is a dog friendly place. This is is a huge plus for many of the walkers in the area.
The accommodations are rural and quaint, clean and well priced. Downstairs there is a restaurant for around 40 where you can get home cooked meals at lunchtime and in the evenings. There is also a hearty breakfast available before you set off on your daily walk across the moors.
As a popular watering hole, there is often a crowd of locals in the bar during the evenings which can make for some great conversations. The overall ambience is very friendly and the bar area quietens down at a sensible hour, so there is no problem getting a good nights sleep.
As a refuge for walkers, riders, fishermen, canoeists or anyone just looking to enjoy the natural beauty of Dartmoor.
The Forest Inn is perfectly positioned with five comfortable en-
We welcome your four legged friends to stay. Fishing permits can be purchased from The Forest Inn.
Stay at the Forest Inn and awake refreshed after a good night’s sleep to an all inclusive, hearty Devonian breakfast which will set you up for the days adventures ahead.
Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Rates are per room per night including breakfast and VAT.
A 50% non-
- 2 Double/twin en-
- 2 Double en-
- 1 Double bedroom with private bathroom along the corridor
- TV in all bedrooms
- Free WiFi in all bedrooms
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Breakfast included
- Pets welcome
Open everyday through the summer from April through November and then have shorter winter opening times.
An idyllic Country Inn is situated at Hexworthy in the heart of Dartmoor. It is surrounded by glorious scenery, which makes us the ideal choice for walkers and nature lovers looking for good food, rooms and hospitality.
The Forest Inn specialises in home made food using seasonal, locally sourced produce wherever possible. There is also an emphasis on locally brewed beers and ciders. Enjoy the opportunity to quench your thirst after the efforts of the day with a drink at the bar or relaxing on the Chesterfield in the lounge area. There is also a log fire for winter evenings.
There are five comfortable bedrooms offer a good base for exploring the delights of Dartmoor. Pets are always welcome.
Eat, drink, stay and relax at The Forest Inn and forget the hustle and bustle of your hectic everyday life.
Dishes are created using the best locally sourced produce. Choose from our lunch or dinner menus or from our daily changing seasonal specials board.
At the Forest Inn we specialise in good, quality, home made food that will help revive you after your excursions on Dartmoor. Compliment your meal with a glass of fine wine or one of our local ales and ciders.
Our light and airy dining areas are perfect for a cosy lunch or evening dinner. Larger parties and groups can also be catered for.
We also cater for small weddings, birthday parties or any special occasions –
The Forest Inn
Devon, PL20 6SD
Tel: 01364 63121
Email: [email protected]
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OS grid reference:
Lat: 50.5379133 Long: -3.899215
More things to do
Come and try fishing on the beautiful River Dart with Gillie, Charlie. Fish for salmon , sea trout and brown trout.
Fishing permits can be purchased from The Forest Inn.
Guided walks with a difference, tailored to your interests and needs.
Set off direct from the door.
Afternoon walks from the Forest Inn to Hexworthy Tin Mine. Explore the archaeology and history of one of Dartmoor’s last tin mines.
PLACES TO VISIT
Pennywell Farm –
The High Moorland Visitor Centre –
Dartmoor Prison –
Huccaby Farm Camping –
This working farm is like a well kept secret, that deserves to be shared! Hidden among the old stone dwellings and granite tops of Dartmoor, just south of the Dartmeet to Two Bridge Road, it nestles in a valley, shaped by the Western Dart’s easterly path.
Babeny Stables –
Riding across Dartmoor is an excellent and easy way to discover the beauty and tranquillity of one of the most natural places in England. We are lucky enough to be able to experience 360 views, cross rivers and explore forest tracks. So whatever the weather a good ride is assured.
St. Raphael’s Chaple –