The Harrabeer House
Bed and Breakfast and Self-Catering Accommodation
Situated in Yelverton in Dartmoor National Park
The Harrabeer House is situated halfway down a quiet residential Devon lane within a 10 minute walk of the local shops, a pub and a cafe in Yelverton village with good bus routes to Plymouth and Tavistock. The owners, Michael and Amanda, offer many of the attributes of a small HOTEL with the informality of a bed and breakfast as well as offering self-catering suites in an old stone barn. We have been graded as 4* Guest Accommodation and boast of Silver Breakfast Awards.
Accommodation to suit you
We have versatile accommodation to suit you with either Bed and Breakfast, and the option of an evening meal or independent self-catering, so come and enjoy being well looked after in friendly, relaxed surroundings. “Home from home where we work and you rest!”
We do ask that you take responsibility for your own comfort and needs therefore request that you please ensure that we are well informed of any particular requirements or requests that you may have or need that will ensure you have a pleasurable stay. “An informed hostess ensures a happier guest!”
There are booking options, too. We would still rather speak to you personally so we can answer any queries you may have, but there is a online booking system in place so press the button and book online day or night.
Finally, if there is anything specific you would like to do or book, please contact us as we can usually source and if necessary arrange it!
Choose Bed and Breakfast or Self-Catering Accommodation
Offering 4 star Bed and Breakfast, with our 6 en-suite bedrooms. We have all the facilities of a small Hotel but with the informality of a Bed and Breakfast. Relax in our gracious sitting room, or in front of wood-burner in the residents’ bar, enjoy dinner in our restaurant or walk to our local pub.
We have converted the ground and first floor of our old stone barn into 2 beautiful self-catering suites each sleeping 2-4 guests, preserving a wealth of the old timbers and exposed stonework to recapture the ambience of the past.