Duchy House Bed and Breakfast

Bed & Breakfast

Princetown, Dartmoor National Park, Devon

Duchy House Bed and Breakfast
Based at Princetown, in the heart of Dartmoor National Park, we are perfectly located to enjoy every aspect of cycling - whether you are just passing through or looking for somewhere to base yourself for a few days cycling. We are a 2 minute walk from the village pubs, shops and cafes, and great cycling starts right on our doorstep.
We have five en-suite rooms, all with free WiFi, Nespresso coffee machine and breakfast is included. For your peace of mind, we have dedicated secure bike storage. It is police approved and has a Level 1 rating by the Loss Prevention Certification Board; however we recommend that you bring your own locks to secure your bike(s) inside the storage facility.
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Accommodation Facilities

  • • Wi-Fi Available
  • • Cycle Washing Facilities
  • • Secure Cycle Storage
  • • Drying Room Available
  • • Workshop Available


Dartmoor has over 350km of bridleways and byways and an extensive network of quiet lanes and designated cycle routes, several of which start and finish in Princetown. With 368 square miles of unspoilt and varied terrain, Dartmoor National Park makes for some of the best cycling in the UK and as experienced cyclists ourselves, we know our way around Dartmoor and the best routes.
From challenging climbs and sweeping descents, quiet green lanes to fast open roads, mountain bike trails to rolling hills and cycle paths, Dartmoor is a cyclist’s dream. Whether you’re a serious road rider, enjoy mountain biking, or prefer the comfort of hybrid and e-bikes, there is no shortage of fantastic riding to be had.


From £35 per person, per night including breakfast.


Richard Wain: Tavistock Road, Princetown, Dartmoor, Devon, PL20 6QF

Telephone: 07942 000493 or 01822 890552

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