We couldn’t have dreamt of a warmer and friendlier welcome. We enjoyed our stay tremendously, especially Nigel’s cooking which we recommend to everybody - Thank you and we hope to come back.
Corinne & Claude, France
A substantial room boasting dual aspect views over both Dartmoor National Park and Bodmin Moor alike. Gaze at the landscapes from the luxury king size 4 poster bed, while surrounded by fine antique furniture and a plethora of rich fabrics which perfectly frame the double aspects which bathe you in natural light. Invigorate yourself in the en suite shower room and drag yourself away from this lovely room to enjoy all that Cornwall has to offer.
Arthurian Literary Character
Sir Lamorak was a younger son of King Pellinore of Listinoise. His epithet means ‘of Wales’ but at this period refers to the whole of Britain. He was known as the third greatest Knight of the Round Table, following Sirs Tristram and Lancelot. On a number of occasions he is recorded as having beaten over thirty knights in a tournament: notably at Sir Gareth’s wedding feast and when travelling with Sir Driant in the Cornish lands of King Mark. After the latter encounter, the troublesome monarch had Sir Tristram fight the exhausted Lamorak. The young King of Lyonesse reluctantly agreed and managed to dismount his opponent, but he refused to dishonour himself further by carrying on. Lamorak was extremely put out by Tristram's courtesy and was still fuming when he encountered a messenger bearing Morgan le Fay's infidelity-seeking the drinking horn to King Arthur's Court. He forced the page to carry the prize to King Mark's Court instead, an act which almost resulted in the exposure of Tristram and La Beale Isolde's affair, as well as those of ninety other ladies. Tristram was understandably angry.
£130 - £145 per night B&B based on 2 adults sharing. Special offers available.
Room size - 17.9m sq
En suite size - 3.1m sq