Our hotel is currently closed
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we have taken the decision to close our hotel until further notice in order to protect our guests and staff, and adhere to government guidelines.
If you have a booking affected by this closure, our guest services team will be in touch – we are aiming to rebook stays at a later date if possible. You can contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not just a place to stay
Dartington Hall is a venue for all occasions. Our award-winning White Hart bar and restaurant also caters for weddings of all shapes and sizes, and our atmospheric conference rooms continue Dartington’s rich history as a place of creativity and discussion.
Further accommodation options are available at our beautiful, chilled-out campsite – click here for details.
We also play host to a range of foodie events, themed evenings, and much more – make sure you take a look at our upcoming events page to see what’s on.
The White Hart
Locally sourced, sustainable food and drink
A unique setting in the heart of Devon
Your bespoke event in a venue steeped in history
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Things to do
At Dartington, you’ll stay in rooms facing our medieval listed courtyard, with easy access to 880 acres of glorious Grade 2* listed gardens, the best in local and seasonal food and drink at The White Hart, a wide film programme at the 15th century Barn Cinema, a shopping centre packed with unique gifts and treats for everyone, and much more.
The crystal-clear River Dart runs through the Dartington estate, offering opportunities for canoeing and other outdoor pursuits – or you can simply stroll along the riverbank via our many miles of woodland paths.
Dartington Hall is also the ideal base for exploring Devon. Exeter and Plymouth are easily accessible via the nearby A38, and between the two lies the stunning, windswept landscapes and rocky tors of Dartmoor National Park. Travelling in the opposite direction will lead you to the pretty seaside towns of Torbay, including Torquay and Brixham, and many miles of spectacular coastal paths.