All double en-suites have a comfortable double bed, flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. This particular room has a gorgeous sea-view which excels at both sunrise and sun down. It holds an en-suite shower facility and fresh white linen sits atop the bed.
All double en-suites have a comfortable double bed, flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. It holds an en-suite shower facility and fresh white linen sits atop the bed. Free wifi and TV are included. Dogs are allowed.
Recently refurbished with warm, comfortable rooms overlooking Seaton’s finest beach. It holds an ever-changing selection of local and guest ales on draught, a selection of wines and a contemporary menu served every day. Staff are well trained, smart and prepared to cater for all individual needs.
Situated on the ground floor, is the restaurant and bar area. The restaurant is split into two areas, the main Dining Area and then the Lounge Area, for patrons looking to relax. Both areas have a wood burning stove stove for that ultimate cosy feel in the winter months.
The establishment is family and dog-friendly, and dogs can be accommodated in the bedrooms for an additional surcharge..
The restaurant menu consists of all your traditional english 'Pub Favourites', a diverse children's menu, light bites and snacks in the form of sandwiches, paninis and jacket potatoes. We also offer a locally renowned Sunday Carvery with a choice of three meats and of meats up to 7 vegetable choices plus home-made Yorkshire Puddings. If none of that picks your fancy, we also have our 'Chef's Special Board' with our weekly delicacies and expansive 'Vegetarian Dishes'.
The establishment holds two 'wheelchair accessible' entrances to the ground floor, and staff are always more than happy to go the extra mile and help or advise with any special requirements or questions. Please note though, that all bedrooms are on the first floor and only accessible by stairs.
Note that a 25% deposit will be taken on all accommodation bookings.
During the Summer school holidays, the May/June half term, and May Day bank holiday weekend, a minimum 2 night stay is required on all bookings.
All accommodation is room-only, and we do not have facilities to offer breakfast on site.
Free high speed internet
Free WiFi internet
High speed internet
Activities and Experiences
Billiards / pool / snooker
Golf - driving range
Golf - miniature
Art galleries & museums
Antiques & fairs
Tennis court - indoor
Tennis court - outdoor
We have two wheelchair accessible entrances, in the form of ramps. We also have a disabled toilet that is easily accessible. The staff are trained to cater and adapt for disabled guests, on all accounts of disability.
till 21:30 Early check-in available on request
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom Plymouth(18.0 miles)
Seaton is 18 miles from Plymouth.
Take the A38 from Plymouth over the Tamar Bridge into South East Cornwall.
At the Trerulefoot Roundabout, take a first left onto the A374 (towards Looe).
After a mile, turn right one to A387 (towards, Looe, Seaton and Downderry).
Follow to Hessenford and turn left at the Copley Arms Pub (signposted to Seaton and Downderry) and follow the road for approximately 2 miles towards Seaton Valley.