What’s On at the Arundell

What's On & Things to Do

What's On

From charity lunches to our Fly Tying Course, Mother’s Day, Easter Sunday, the Tamara coast to coast walk,…everything you need to know!

Charity Lunch RNLI

Supporting the RNLI, our charity lunches are available from 8th January 2024. £19 / £22.50 f0r 2 /3 courses.
Charity Lunch

Mother's Day

Sunday lunch with the family, a special afternoon tea or a lovely present from our gift shop or Delicatessen. Make this Mother's Day special at the Arundell.
Sunday Lunch Menu

Winter Warmer

A cosy way to spend the winter
Our winter warmer is £250 for one night's dinner bed and breakfast plus a complimentary glass of fizz, based on two people sharing a classic room.
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Fly-tying Course

Our next weekend Fly Tying Course is Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March. A wonderful way to learn this fantastic skill. £295 pp.
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Easter Sunday

Join us for Easter Sunday lunch, which will be running all day in our bar and restaurant. Beef, lamb and pork roast will be available.
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Tamara Way Coast to Coast

Book your stay at the Arundell as part of this extraordinary 87 mile journey of discovery from the vibrant city of Plymouth to the very source of the Tamar River. Stay with us for a 4 night package, which includes DBB, picnics and transport from the end of stage 2 at Bere Ferrers through to the start of stage 6 at Bridgerule.
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Guided Dartmoor Walks

Book one of our highly trained and knowledgeable guides for a day's guided walking on Dartmoor. Uncover some of the history, hidden secrets and learn about the flora and fauna of this incredible landscape. A fabulous field lunch is lso available if required.
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Family Day on Our Lake

Enjoy exclusive use of our private lake with with your family and friends. Catch and keep up to 4 stocked rainbow trout. Enjoy a relaxing day out. Facilities incl - picnic table and benches & two bucket bbqs. £200 for a family day ticket. Equipment, tackle & guides available for hire.
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Lydford Gorge

The deepest river gorge in the south west, Lydford Gorge is filled with temperate rainforest and designated as a site of Special Scientific Interest. The 30m high waterfall is spectacular and the rugged gorge can make for a challenging and rewarding hike. Situated just 9 miles from the Arundell
Lydford Gorge

Roadford Lake

Situated in the Wolf Valley, just a couple of miles from the centre of Lifton, Roadford is the largest inland water body in the south west offering an abundance of activities from water sports to cycling, archery and walking.
Roadford Lake

Cycle the Granite Way

This 11 mile trail runs from Okehampton to Lydford is used for cycling, running, hiking and horse riding. Mostly off-road, the trail offers spectacular views of Dartmoor's granite landscape.
Granite Way
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