An Inspector calls… A review of Paschoe House hotel, Devon

an inspector calls a review of paschoe house hotel devon

Paschoe House seems to have slipped under the radar. It’s been going for three years, occupying a wonderful position some six miles from Crediton in Devon.

And it’s owned by a woman who grew up in the house and invested huge sums converting it to a nine-bedroom hotel. 

Yet, it doesn’t merit inclusion in The Good Hotel Guide or Sawday’s.

Paschoe House, which occupies a wonderful position some six miles from Crediton in Devon

So, we don’t know what to expect as we drive deeper into rolling countryside before turning off a lane on to a drive that meanders for half a mile, past a farm and then up to the house itself, with crunchy gravel and inviting stone porch.

It’s some house. Every member of staff gives us slightly different dates as to when it was built. 

Apparently, some parts are 14th century, although it’s mainly early Victorian with a Gothic twist.

One of the nine bedrooms at Paschoe House, which is owned by a woman who grew up in the house and invested huge sums converting it into a hotel 

Inside the drawing room at Paschoe House, which is decorated with butterfly wallpaper. The Inspector noted the atmosphere was hushed and polite

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