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Best Hotel Restaurant of the Year winner at the Devon Life Food and Drink Awards 2015

PUBLISHED: 10:36 06 November 2015 | UPDATED: 13:51 09 November 2015

Peter Farquar of Kentisbury Grange with Martin Roger from sponsor Savills

Peter Farquar of Kentisbury Grange with Martin Roger from sponsor Savills

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Judges were looking for venues that offered a sublime dining experience with fantastic food, drink and superb service.

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Sponsored by Savills

WINNER: Glazebrook House Hotel, South Brent

Set in beautiful, secluded grounds, Glazebrook House is a luxurious boutique hotel and restaurant with eight unique rooms and a surprise around every corner. Chefs use only the best the region has to offer, this is sophisticated but unpretentious dining, big on flavour and technical skill.

The team from Glazebrook House Hotel with Martin Roger from sponsor SavillsThe team from Glazebrook House Hotel with Martin Roger from sponsor Savills

WINNER: Kentisbury Grange, Barnstaple

Michael Caines restaurant, The Coach House by Michael Caines is a culinary experience that will change the way you think about restaurant dining. Located in the majestically landscaped grounds of the Kentisbury Grange Hotel, and surrounded by gently rolling fields, The Coach House by Michael Caines – awarded two AA Rosettes in 2013 – is a masterpiece of contemporary rustic design and innovative yet classic cuisine.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Two Bridges Hotel, Dartmoor

Two Bridges Hotel is set in the heart of Dartmoor, offering fine dining in historical surroundings. Making use of the seasonal, local produce available, executive chef Mike Palmer creates a menu that is innovative and ever changing.

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