The Seale Arms Guesthouse, Dartmouth

  • Address:
    10 Victoria Road
    Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 9SA
  • Telephone: 01803 832719
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    The Seale Arms Guesthouse

    The Seale Arms has been refurbished recently and now has four well-appointed en-suite bedrooms, and a dedicated guest dining room.

    All rooms are spacious with double beds, colour televisions and facilities for making hot drinks.

    Two of these rooms are avaliable for multiple occupation with both double and single beds. While we advertise these as family rooms, they would be also be ideal for a group of friends.

    All bookings are for Bed and Breakfast and the rooms are avaliable during the day. If you would like a mid-day or evening meal we are happy to provide these for you, just ask when you arrive. 

    The Seale family came to Dartmouth from Jersey in 1720 and lived in Dartmouth until 1870. During much of this time they used the coat of arms granted to Robert Seale of Northumberland, who was Clerk of the Cheque of Guards (Beefeaters) and this is the coat of arms that is reproduced in the pictorial sign of the Seale Arms today.

    It was the Seale family who built the local steam railway as well as a number of other local buildings, including the Old Mill Castle which was built in the early 19th century and saved from dereliction by the kind volunteer work of the naval cadets from Britannia Royal Naval College. It can be found in 11 hectares of woodland called Sansquay Wood behind the Naval College within an area that has recently been brought into woodland management as a community recreation area and incorporates a network of footpaths.

    As of November 2012 the Seale Arms is run by Mick and Kathy Chambers and offers superb en-suite accommodation, home cooked food and a friendly atmosphere which we hope will make your stay even more enjoyable.


     

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