Buckland Tout-Saints Hotel
- Dog friendly hotel in Kingsbridge, Devon
- 4½ acres of beautifully tended gardens
- Beautiful bedrooms & award-winning food
- Many rooms have 4 poster beds
- Local produce in our fabulous restaurant
- See our website for prices/availability
Buckland Tout-Saints Hotel - Dog Friendly Hotel in Kingsbridge, Devon
The Hotel is situated in Kingsbridge in the stunning Devon South Hams, surrounded by 4½ acres of beautifully tended gardens and woodland.
The hotel is the jewel in the crown of this breathtaking corner of Devon. With beautiful bedrooms, award-winning cuisine, and an air of tranquility throughout that is rarely to be found, we look forward to welcoming you to one of Devon's finest luxury country house hotels.
Whether you are looking for a luxury country house hotel feel, or for more contemporary accommodation, Buckland’s 16 bedrooms can cater for all tastes.
The hotel’s 8 original bedrooms and 2 luxurious suites have all been updated in a traditional Devon country house style, with many boasting four poster beds, and beautifully co-ordinated décor throughout.
6 new bedrooms have also been added, all furnished in a strikingly modern style with stunning views across the valley and the Devon countryside beyond.
Dining in our elegant Russian pine-panelled Queen Anne Restaurant is an experience to be savoured. Meat, fish, fruits and vegetables are delivered daily from local farms and fishing boats straight to our kitchens to inspire exciting daily European menus with a modern twist.
2 course £19.95
3 course £23.95
2 course £28.95
3 course £35.95
2 course £21.95
3 course £25.95
We cater for all dietary requirements: gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, children's dining menus etc.
Buckland Tout-Saints Hotel can be found in the heart of the South Devon countryside just outside Kingsbridge and not far from the popular sailing centre of Salcombe, the historic town of Dartmouth and the medieval town of Totnes.
Dogs are very welcome at our hotel.
By road: Take the A381 to Kingsbridge; the hotel is situated 2 miles north of Kingsbridge. After Halwell and The Mounts, turn left at the hotel sign.
By air: If arriving by helicopter, our helipad co-ordinates are: N50° 17’ 65" - W003° 44’ 25"
Pre-Christmas Celebration Offer
Our Pre-Christmas Celebration offer includes an arrival drink and mince pies, three course dinner (traditional Christmas menu will be available!), sumptuous overnight accommodation and a full English breakfast the following morning.
Book three rooms or more and enjoy complimentary private dining with a decorated room and crackers (subject to availability).
From £179.00 per room per night (based on a classic room)
Call 01548 853055 to book or BOOK ONLINE
Anyone booking this stay will be entered into our prize draw to win a fantastic stay in 2020 including dinner, bed & breakfast.
Valid from dates 18/11/2019 until 20/12/2019. Terms & conditions apply.
“We stayed in December 2018 2 adults and our dog. We were all made very welcome by happy friendly staff. Nothing was to much trouble and anything to make our stay enjoyable was provided. For example dog towels were at the entrance with a bowl of water. In our room a welcome doggy pack that included a ball samples of quality kibble and a pouch of moist food. Our dog was very comfortable and at ease with the staff. We had a cream tea in the lounge which had a beautiful fireplace. Staff were attentive and always ensured the fire was alight. We ate in the evening both the menu food and breakfast were excellent. We would stay there again and highly recommend it.”
- Carole Hartnoll
“A big thank you to the Buckland Tout-Saints hotel for a fabulous short stay with our cocker spaniel Rosie. We were all made to feel very welcome from the moment we checked in. Very comfortable room with lovely views and a welcome pack for the dog. Bowls and towels were provided for Rosie so didn't need to take ours out of the car ready for our days out. Some sachets and treats were also in the room on our arrival which went down well. The grounds and terrace are very pleasant and relaxing. We were able to have our meals either on the terrace or at a specially laid table in the bar. Dogs are not permitted in the main dining room which is to be expected but we felt that we had a special experience at our own table. The food was first class both the breakfasts (Rosie was offered her own sausage) and the evening meals. The roads to the hotel are single track but are worth while negotiating for such a great time. ”
“During our long journey to the hotel we were curious about the story behind its name. Once we'd navigated the long, tight, twisty roads and arrived at our countryside oasis, it became apparent all who work there epitomise the literal translation of 'All Saints' into their way of being, everyone was keen to say hello and offer any assistance they could. We got an especially warm welcome from Helen on reception, who instantly warmed to our dog Bailey, the shower of affection and the ever-present dog biscuits had him hooked too and ensured he made a B-line for the front desk to sit expectantly, whenever we went near it. We had high hopes for Buckland after having stayed at the sister hotel, The Greenway, a year or so before. Despite the grandness of the building, it has a real homely quality and you're made to feel as if you've suddenly aquired some exceptionally wealthy friends who've invited you to stay a few days, unlike some other places that make you feel more like you should get below stairs, where you belong. Our room (Begonia) was ready for a facelift but it felt more lived-in than tired, which is more than could be said for us so once we'd dropped our bags we took our road-weary selves back down to the sumptuous wood-panelled bar and melted into the chesterfield sofas, ordered a drink and some snacks. Once settled, word had spread about our canine companion, and other guests with four-legged friends came to see us, two of whom it turns out we knew from Brighton and spent the evening with us in the similarly lavish lounge room. Taking a break from the car the next day, we wandered through the grounds and out to the nearby village - the epitomy of the quaint English countryside - thatched roofs and a babbling brook. We chatted to some friendly locals and wandered around the hills before making our way back to our new hotel home. After all the weather forecasts predicting a weekend of doom and gloom, we were instead treated to non-stop sunshine and record temperatures and spent our first afternoon reading on the terrace with a couple of cold drinks and the soothing soundtrack of the garden's fountain. The sense of instant relaxation was palpable. In the evening we sampled the exceptional food in the restaurant (the only place dogs aren't allowed) and called it a day. Feeling recuperated, we spent the Sunday a little further afield, checking out the coastline. First stop was Bantham beach, making our way through the dunes to introduce our young pup to the water (on the dog-friendly part of the beach, of course) and then on to Hope Cove for a bit of lunch, which was ok but we should have held out and spent some more time at the Crabshell Inn, Kingsbridge where we soaked up some sun and wished we weren't driving and could get stuck in to the local ales, but had to settle for coffee and head back for our last night. Having to get up at 7am to take a puppy out has its benefits, you get to wander round a beautiful house, with the low morning sun picking up the dew on the grass. Not seeing another soul, just hearing the distant clattering of staff getting ready to serve breakfast. After we ate Helen was back on duty, so she and Bailey got to spend a bit more time together, and she actually took him for another walk while we got our stuff together. She told us about her previous career and how she left the corporate world to come and work at Buckland, much to the dismay of others. As we made our way up the driveway, catching a last glance in the rear-view mirror and thinking ahead to a long journey back to city life, we really couldn't fault her decision to spend her time here, not one bit.”