Tor Royal B&B
Dartmoor Bed &Breakfast
On the top of Dartmoor, Tor Royal is an ideal stop over on Dartmoor for a stay in Devon, with direct access onto Dartmoor National Park.
Tor Royal Farm is Grade II* listed with a walled courtyard featuring a Bell Tower. The interior boasts a domed ceiling with lantern and an unusual plaster frieze.
What We Offer
From fresh fruit, cereals, juice or hot creamy porridge to a traditional Full English cooked with free range eggs, local bacon, butchers sausages, mushroom and cherry tomatoes.
Dartmoor on the Doorstep
We can provide a packed lunch if you are keen walkers or point you in the direction of a good local inn. Enjoy a trek out over Dartmoor from a nearby riding stable or visit nearby historic towns and cities.
Don’t leave your best friend at home. We are dog friendly and have a ground floor room which is perfect for you and your furry friend with easy access to the courtyard.
Free Cream Tea
Just book direct on our website and we’ll treat you to a complimentary Dartmoor Cream tea. All you have to do is decide if it’s jam or cream first!
Join us for one of our courses. Drawing & Painting, Singing and simple Meditation, Ceramics, Photography or Textiles.
Grade II Listed
Tor Royal Farm dates from 1785 when Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt started building his home on the Peat Cott/Whiteworks road.
Second floor Romantic dual aspect room with Super King size bed, en-suite bathroom with a very powerful shower, TV and FREE wi-fi.
Second floor Relaxing and peaceful cream decor with standard double bed en-suite with shower which will knock your socks off! TV and FREE wi-fi.
Twin, en-suite bath with shower over, on first floor, looking out over the garden and the beautiful moors beyond. TV and FREE wi-fi.
Dartmoor National Park Walks
Dartmoor is an amazing place to visit, whether you are a Rucksack and walking boot type of person or just like to pop on your trainers and stroll up a track, we can send you off in the right direction. Dartmoor consists of 368 square miles of countryside, from high tors to wooded glades.
Take a packed lunch, organise your walk past an ancient Inn for lunch or ramble around a remote historic village. There are guided walks to be booked with the Moorland Guides, or borrow a map and ramble off at your leisure.
“Justine friendly and helpful. Room clean,quiet and comfortable with all the usual amenities. Breakfast very good.“
“A warm welcome, tasty breakfasts, comfortable beds, hot showers and dark, silent nights in a wonderful location made our stay perfect“
“It’s an absolutely lovely place. Our room was spacious, with a great view, bed was comfortable.“
Dartmoor National Park
We would not want to live anywhere else except here on our Dartmoor Hill Farm where you can walk from the front door into the wildness of the Dartmoor National park. Dartmoor ponies, sheep and cattle roam freely just meters from our entrance, along with as much wildlife as you would wish to see in a day, rabbits, squirrels, otters, water voles, skylarks and house martins. If you are lucky and out at night you may see a fox or badger or enjoy seeing and hearing the barn owls, little tawnys and see bats swooping in the trees.
Over the last few years we have tried to become as environmentally friendly as we can, so your breakfast eggs come from our happy band of hens roaming the garden and our meat either from the farm or the local butcher in Yelverton. We have our own water supply so are happy to loan you an insulated water bottle for the duration of your stay, please leave your plastic bottles at home.
We’re Pet Friendly
Being a working farm we have a pack of collie dogs who will often greet you on arrival, they are a hardy bunch and have their own kennels in the farm yard, although Ruby our Patterdale terrier lives in the house. Bruce one of the farm cats likes to sneak in when you leave the door open, but he is quite delectable and gets away with it.
Drop Us a Line
Don’t be shy. Let us know if you have any questions!