We will keep your reservation safe and contact you to rearrange as soon as the hotel reopens

A message from
Olga Polizzi

It is with sadness that we have had to close Hotel Tresanton and Hotel Endsleigh. We hated having to do this but, as you will understand, we had no alternative.  

I know we are holding deposits from some of you, which we will of course repay – unless you prefer, as we would hope, to change the booking to a later date, even into 2021. When you come back, you will be VIPs, we will look after you better than ever and have a glass of champagne together.

In the meantime, please continue to follow us on your preferred social media sites, where we will let you know of any changes to our plans and give you news of what is happening in our neighborhoods. We know that both hotels have very loyal followings of which you all are a part.

Look after yourselves, stay safe and carry on taking your Zinc!  

All best wishes

Olga Polizzi

Endsleigh is set in 100 acres of fairy tale gardens

Woodlands, follies and grottos created by Humphry Repton.

I defy anyone to find a more beautiful spot in the whole of England. There is no traffic or aircraft noise, no light pollution, just the sound of the Tamar river. It’s little wonder that the Duke of Bedford, who owned two thirds of Devon, chose this spot for his hunting and fishing lodge.

In keeping with the rest of the hotel the furniture is a mix of old and new, with some unusual pieces.

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Endsleigh has 19 rooms each individually designed with uncluttered elegance

Endsleigh comes complete with such delights

As a thatched dairy for the duchess and an unlived-in little house in the woods, built specifically so that, when the fire was lit by a boy who rowed across the river every morning, a charming wisp of smoke would emerge from the treetops to ‘animate’ the landscape.

Afternoon tea is the highlight of every day

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