The Oxenham Arms Hotel, South Zeal, Dartmoor National Park, Devon
Telephone us on 01837840244
Whilst we are temporarily closed we are providing a full Takeaway Menu including delicious dinners and gourmet pizzas on Friday and Saturday Evenings. On Sundays we provide superb takeaway Sunday Lunches. All our takeaway menus also offer vegetarian and vegan options. Please see our takeaway menus on this website or on our Oxenham Arms Facebook page or simply call us on 01837840244. Thanks and see you soon Simon and Lyn Powell
Made famous as the birthplace and home of the pirate Captain John Oxenham depicted in Charles Kingsleys 1855 historical novel Westward Ho ! One of the most famous coaching inns in the world. Formerly a medieval Benedictine monastery. A living museum from the stone age through to medieval and Elizabethan England. You can walk straight onto Dartmoor from our grounds.
We are open daily from 11 AM with food served from 12 mid-day -(last orders) 2.30PM then 6 PM-(last orders) 8.30 PM. Afternoon teas are served from 2.30 PM - 5 PM. Friendly personal service guaranteed. We have seating for 100 customers for food in our 1477 Bar, Standing Stone Snug, Monastery Restaurant, and Oak Dining Room. In fine weather, we can seat another 100 customers in our beautiful gardens overlooking Dartmoor. It is always advisable to book a table in advance.
Regular Food and Music Events every month click on the What's On link above.
Now an Inn, Hotel and AA Rosette Restaurant just off the A30 in one of Devons' most beautiful villages. Constructed originally around the famous enormous prehistoric neolithic South Zeal Menhir Standing Stone that you can still see and touch today in the middle of our building. The was the former home of the pirate and famous Elizabethan Devon mariner Captain John Oxenham (1530-1580).
We are the oldest CAMRA Heritage Inn in Devon and Cornwall.
Set in 5 acres of beautiful grounds with stunning Dartmoor views in The Dartmoor National Park, yet only a 5 mins hop off the A30 to Cornwall. Packed with history and things to see, complemented with our fabulous levels of service. See and touch the incredible South Zeal Menhir Standing Stone, carved one thousand years before Stonehenge. A village shop, stores and post office just 5 paces from our door along with souvenir shop.
Telephone us on 01837840244 to reserve a table in our 1477 Bar, Monastery Restaurant, Snug or Oak Dining Room. Wonderful Bar Meals and Restaurant Lunches, Afternoon Teas and Evening Dinners. We are the ideal venue for get-togethers, parties, and receptions. See our Food &Menu page for further information Click Here
Spring Offer Book direct for 20% Discount off selected rooms including breakfast on 3 nights or more stays during Spring 2020
Recommended by, The Good Pub Guide, CAMRA Good Beer Guide, AA Restaurant Guide, Michelin via Michelin and Tripadvisor Excellence, Visit Dartmoor and Devonshire Magazine.
Child and family-friendly. Dogs on leads are welcomed in our 1477 bar and gardens. We have FREE High-Speed WIFI available throughout the building. Sorry no pets are allowed in our hotel rooms due to the hand made fabrics and antiques
Free parking either in our own car park at the front of the hotel, in the village or the free village car park only 180 meters away. The village car park is fully lit and has toilets including disabled toilets.
Seven Luxury bespoke super king antique oak four-poster, double and twin hotel rooms, many with stunning Dartmoor views are available. The perfect location for a romantic break away or meal. See above and below for best rates and offers by booking direct with us. Sorry no pets are allowed in any our hotel bedrooms due to the hand made fabrics and antiques.
We have a full function room and can cater for your wedding or events from 2 to 150 people.
Gift Vouchers may be purchased over the telephone and we provide a Gift Voucher postal service. Vouchers can cover Accommodation, Food and/or Drinks or all three. We have a souvenir shop onsite.
An experience not to be missed and service second to none, spend a few hours or a few days at one of Britain's most friendly and stunning period properties and hotels The Oxenham Arms Hotel at South Zeal.