Go wild for Easter on Dartmoor
Published: 01 March 2017
From skipping lambs and new born Dartmoor ponies, skylarks and swallows to bountiful spring blooms and acres of moorland bursting into life, Spring puts on a spectacular show in Dartmoor National Park, the largest area of open countryside in the South of England. Stay at the Moorland Garden Hotel this Easter and enjoy the drama right on the doorstep.
Set in nine acres of tranquil grounds on the western edge of Dartmoor, the Moorland Garden Hotel has launched a two night Easter weekend family package from £470 (based on two adults and two children under 12 sharing a room). Kids will love exploring the moorland gardens and striking sculptures, meeting the friendly Dartmoor ponies and tucking into the new children’s menu, complete with colouring in. Meanwhile parents can indulge in local ales, seasonal West Country fare in the AA Rosette Wildflower Restaurant and award-winning Devon Cream Tea.
The price includes a children's activity pack, hot chocolate and cookies on arrival, tickets for the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, breakfasts, dinner on both nights, Easter Children’s Tea Party, Easter egg hunt and Easter Sunday lunch plus late check out. Visit www.moorlandgardenhotel.co.uk for more information and to book.
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