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The Horn of Plenty Hotel

Listed under Best Hotels in Plymouth, United Kingdom.

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A restaurant-with-rooms for 40 years, this secluded, creeper-covered house has never looked better, having had a stylish yet characterful makeover at the hands of its current owners, Paul and Andie Roston and chef (for the past 16 years) Peter Gorton. Built for the mine captain, when the Tamar valley was filled with copper mines, it offers glorious views, lovely grounds, gorgeous rooms, a palpable sense of peace and great food.

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