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Nestled in the town of Bovey Tracey on the edge of Dartmoor, you will find Courtenay House at the top end of Fore Street.

Originally known as the “Misson House” and built in 1877, Courtenay House was a gift from Cannon Courtenay to the Clewer Sisters (the Sisters of Mercy) who ran the Mission for the “Wayward Girls” of the town. Tina Richardson who has comfortably furnished the house as well as running a Tea Room known as Pinks Place and an Antiques Centre now owns it.

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Tucked away in Courtenay House, the proprietor, Tina has created a homely atmosphere full of chintz and period charm with old china tableware and lace tablecloths. Tina prepares all the meals and desserts Sunday lunches are a particular speciality and prove to be very successful with visitors and locals alike. 3 courses will cost you a very reasonable £7.95 and £3.50 for a lunch on Monday if you are a senior citizen. tea room
When you stay at the Courtenay House the host, Tina Richardson, will make you welcome within this warm and friendly setting. You will eat your breakfast downstairs in the charming Tea Room with its old lace tablecloths and tableware. Breakfast extends from full English to Continental or just simply toast and cereal.

Price List
Twin/Single (ensuite)
Double 2x people sharing
per night
from £38 single
from £70 twin
£70
Special Offer - £195.00 for 3 nights
*Delux Double ensuite room £80 per night (2 people)* - 3-day special price £215.00

 

Open 6 days a week from 9.00am to 4.00pm and in the summer season until 5.00pm, you will find a varied and interesting selection of curios. Specialising in 1920/30’s china, pottery and glass etc such as Carlton Ware, Beswick, Clarice Cliff, Shorter & Sons, as well as Royal Doulton, Wade and Royal Worcester.

The Centre also houses Victorian and Edwardian furniture, silver, jewellery and a vast selection of collectables can also be found at Courtenay House - everything for those who like to browse.