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An elegant blend of tradition, history, outstanding architecture and modern luxury.

This Victorian country house hotel with its wonderful landscaped gardens and beautifully designed interiors is a celebration of classic British heritage and sheer, blissful indulgence.

From the moment you arrive at this picture perfect setting, the Kentisbury experience begins with its distinctive blend of glamour, history, tradition and service.  From the elegant decor of the main house to the contemporary style of the lodges and the spell-binding beauty of the surrounding countryside, you are left in no doubt that you are in a very special place indeed.

Gourmets will delight at the fine-dining offered in the onsite Coach House Restaurant.  Run by two Michelin starred chef Michael Caines MBE, this elegant eatery has become one of the most talked about gastronomic destinations in the South West with an innovative menu crafted from the finest fresh and seasonal ingredients that this rich and verdant region offers.

Bask in the characteristically English charm of Kentisbury Grange and enjoy all that is best about this enchanted region of the South West – discover the ultimate chic retreat, romantic getaway and luxury country escape all rolled into one.


For sheer diversity and unparalleled natural beauty it is hard to beat the South West of England and in particular this blessed northern corner of the celebrated county of Devon. History, tradition and breathtaking landscapes combine to showcase all that is best about the region.

Rugged moorland descends to the picturesque coastal villages which in turn give way to the miles of golden sand onto which pound the powerful Atlantic breakers so beloved of the local surfing community.

Kentisbury Grange itself is wonderfully situated just a few miles from the bustling market town of Barnstaple and the glorious beaches of Croyde, Saunton and Woolacombe. No trip would be complete without a walk on the picturesque trails of Exmoor before exploring the exquisite delights of a cream tea in the quintessentialy Devonian village of Clovely.