elcome to The Arundell Arms. One of England's finest Hotels offering accommodation, fishing and shooting, a restaurant, wedding facilities and conference centre located in Devon.
A Fine Country Hotel in Devon
In the village of Lifton, just a stone’s throw from Dartmoor, two miles from the Cornish border, our country hotel in Devon offers more than just a great place to stay. Experience shooting, horse riding, hunting, fly fishing and discover 20 miles of privately-owned river. Enjoy award-winning food from our 2 restaurants led by Master Chef of Great Britain, Steven Pidgeon. Surely this is one of the best hotels in Devon for country sports and leading schools for fly fishing.
Fly Fishing School, Shooting Parties & Country Sports
One of the finest hotels and fly fishing schools in Devon, we are proud to have been voted The Best fly fishing school in the UK by The Field Magazine, and winner of the '2011 Best Business Hotel Award'. Country Life also reviews 'The Best Fishing Hotel in Britain'. Our hotel is the ideal venue for shooting parties, learning fly fishing techniques and country sport holidays in Devon. See our hotel Special Offers for all our current deals.
An Ideal Wedding Venue in Devon
This is a perfect setting for your special day. Our country location, fabulous gourmet food and friendly service makes our hotel an ideal venue in Devon for beautiful weddings.
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The rooms are decorated throughout in a warm, traditional style. Many have views over the terraced garden with a 300 year old cockpit which is now the hotel’s fishing tackle shop.
We are proud, not only of the personal attention and consideration you will receive from everyone at the hotel, but of the cooking, which we believe is among the best in England.
Beautiful, intimate and truly romantic...the perfect venue for your dream wedding...and a lake for your wedding photographs!
The Arundell Arms Hotel has been one of England’s premier fishing hotels for more than half a century and has 20 miles of its own water on the Tamar.