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  • From £100 per room per night


Nestling between the church and the stream the Drake Manor is an ideal place to relax and enjoy fine food and drink, including real ales, an extensive wine list and a range of whiskies.

The Drake Manor Inn was originally built to house the skilled workers constructing St. Andrews church in the 12th century. Thereafter it was among other purposes used as a maltings - where barley or other grain was steeped and prepared for brewing and distilling. However it has always been a hostelry, welcoming travellers and visitors ever since.

The Inn, under the stewardship of proprietor Mandy and her competent, smiling team, is rightly renowned for its friendly atmosphere and good food- during the summer and most weekends booking for the restaurant is strongly advised!

The menu prepared to order from locally sourced, seasonal produce is complemented by the Specials board - updated regularly and thoughtfully developed to reflect the very best of local availability. Imaginative starters, delicious main courses and sumptuous desserts - it's all available daily in either the restaurant, bar areas or garden, as you wish.

The Wine List is frequently reviewed, the real ales tried and tested for flavour and quality, the bar stocked with beverages to suit every palate and inclination.

A great addition to The Drake Manor Inn, the apartment has been tastefully refurbished to create a comfortable living space above the Inn. Fully soundproofed and finished to a high standard the accommodation boasts the original oak roof timbers and vaulted ceilings which provide a light and airy space.


  • AA 4 Star Inn
National Rating
4 * rating
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    Golden Hind Apartment
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £90 per room per night

If you are seeking privacy and comfort, with a touch of luxury the Golden Hind Apartment will both charm and welcome you. The large living area offers a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and stylishly furnished lounge. Rich chocolate walnut amtico flooring throughout the living area is complemented by soft beige carpets in the bedrooms. Sleek wooden venetian blinds and dreamy voiles at the windows create a luxurious and relaxing haven. Two bedrooms, one superking double/twin bedded room, and one double room provides versatile accommodation for up to 4 people.

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