Cheap Hotels in Newton Abbot
The Keyberry Hotel
Old Church House Inn Hotel
Dartmoor Halfway Inn Hotel
Bulleigh Barton Manor Hotel
Yurtcamp Devon Hotel
Hotels in Newton Abbot
Nestled in the heart of Devon, Newton Abbot hotels offer access to gorgeous countryside, charming seaside towns and a number of attractions including Newton Abbot racecourse.
The town of Newton Abbot grew in the 13th century from the markets held by the Abbots of nearby Tor Abbey, hence the name, New Town (of the) Abbots. This long history means that Newton Abbot is home to a number of historical buildings. St Leonard's Tower is in the town centre and is all that remains of the medieval chapel of St Leonard, built in 1220. A plaque beside the tower marks the spot where William III Prince of Orange made his first declaration in 1688 on his way to London.
In the southeast corner of the town is Forde House, a Grade I listed Jacobean manor that has hosted King Charles I, Oliver Cromwell and William of Orange. Also close to Newton Abbot is Bradley Manor, a 15-century manor house with an outstanding collection of Pre-Raphaelite art. The town also has a number of almshouses dating from the 16th to 18th centuries, as well as one of only two remaining traditional cider houses in the UK – Ye Olde Cider Bar.
A short journey from the centre of Newton Abbot is Newton Abbot Racecourse. In addition to the racecourse itself, the grounds boast a range of bars and restaurants. The Winning Post Restaurant and Paddock Restaurant both serve a mouthwatering selection of British cuisine and offer panoramic views of the course. There are also a number of attractions for kids, from face painting to bouncy castles. The season extends from March to September but there are events such as car boot sales, live music performances and conferences all year on the grounds.
Coast and countryside
Newton Abbot is surround by some of the UK's most stunning countryside. Towards the coast there are a number of charming seaside towns and villages to explore, from the dramatic cliff faces of Dawlish Warren to the harbour of Torquay. Head inland and you'll soon reach the vast Dartmoor National Park, full of routes for hiking and exploring on foot, by bike or even on horseback via one of the nearby horse riding centres.
There are a number of high street shops in Newton Abbot itself but if you're really looking to shop you'll want to make the trip to nearby Exeter or Plymouth. Both cities can be reached within an hour by car or train and offer a range of shops, museums, galleries and theatres.
We search from 120,000 hotels worldwide to find you the best deals.
Price Match Guarantee
Find the same hotel cheaper within 24hrs when booking with us and we'll give you the difference.
Need help with your booking?
Call us on 0800 093 5555