Dartmoor is famous for its Tors. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the Hound of the Baskervilles in nearby Tavistock and featured Hound Tor. All Nine rooms at Prince Hall country house are named after local Tors, each possessing its own unique character and features.
Every room has its own romantic character and ambience, individually decorated and furnished to take advantage of their position and views. A home from home feeling in a special Devon country house. Chef’s own biscuits feature on the hospitality tray. Most rooms have Super King beds with downy quilts, crisp, white cotton bed linen and even the occasional Four-poster.
The Moorland view rooms face south, with views across the ever-changing Dartmoor landscape for miles. The Courtyard view rooms enjoy the same high-quality, having their own charming character.