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Create a wood-fired oven pizza in Devon

6 A bit of Naples in South Devon

Locally famed for its restaurant and its rooms inspired by Alice in Wonderland, Glazebrook House Hotel brings a touch of glamour and culinary magic to the Devonshire countryside. Unique in style, rooms feature amusing curiosities such as suspended dolls’ houses, as well as more conventional luxuries like iPads. MasterChef quarter-finalist Ben Palmer can be found whipping up a gourmet storm in the kitchen: expect starters to smoke and desserts to pop. Glazebrook is a handy base, on the southern edge of Dartmoor, for a spring food tour of the coast. While away a few hours wandering the cobbled streets of naval town Dartmouth. Across the estuary, in Kingswear, you’ll find Manna from Devon cookery school, where Holly and David Jones will demonstrate the pleasurable merits of cooking in a traditional wood-fried oven. Do save space for an al fresco dinner at Venus Café, perched above the beach of Blackpool Sands.

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