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Brockenhurst Guest House
11 Atlantic Way, Westward Ho!,
Bideford,
Devon EX39 1HX

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Our house is set near the centre of Westward Ho! within sight and sound of the sea and Lundy Island. It is also close (200 metres) to the South West Coastal Path. Brockenhurst is a family run Bed & Breakfast owned by Peter and Kim Snowball on occasion assisted by their daughter.  We provide a warm, comfortable friendly environment for you to have an enjoyable stay and try to do whatever we can to ensure that you do. All our rooms are en-suite with tea / coffee making facilities, central heating and colour TV. Breakfast is taken in the dining room overlooking the sea and the chickens that lay the eggs for your breakfast. There are plenty of things to do including walking on the coastal path follow the path westwards along the clifftops for spectacular views and beautiful sunsets towards the picturesque Bucks Mill, Clovelly and Hartland Point - or follow the path eastwards over Northam burrows with grazing sheep and ponies, past Royal North Devon Golf Course, through the fishing town of Appledore to the old port of Bideford with its ancient bridge.  Alternatively walk or cycle along the Tarka Trail (old railway line) to either Torrington or Barnstaple (regional capital) and beyond or if you want to save your legs you can drive or buses run to Bideford and Barnstaple every half and hour. Sunbathing, rockpooling, water sports - surfing, fishing etc. on our local beach together with Tennis, Golf and Riding in Westward Ho!  with restaurants, pubs, shopping and amusements close to hand. Further afield there is Dartington Crystal and RHS Rosemoor Gardens in Torrington, Hartland Abbey (house, gardens and tearoom) and Docton Mill (gardens and tearoom).  Instow (across the river Torridge from Appledore) where the local yacht club is situated.

 

The Pines at Eastleigh
The Pines, Eastleigh,
Bideford,
Devon EX39 4PA

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An ideal house from which to explore this unique area of England, The Pines at Eastleigh is set in 7 hill top acres with views to the sea, Hartland Point and Lundy Island. Our Listed Georgian house offers en suite rooms with independent access, colour TV, tea and coffee, telephone etc. Children and pets are welcome. No smoking. Ground floor rooms available, double rooms have king-size beds. Generous farmhouse breakfasts use locally sourced ingredients to cater for all diets. An open fire takes the chill off dewy mornings. Enjoy a drink in the garden room after a day's exploration and activity before sampling the many eateries within 10 minutes' drive. Selected by the AA as "One of Britains best in 2006"

 

The Hoops Inn Country Hotel
Horns Cross, nr Clovelly,
Bideford,
Devon EX39 5DL

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If you are seeking the authentic flavour of the West Country then look no further. This picture-book Thatched Inn is nestled in some of Englands most unspoilt countryside. This lovingly cared for Grade 2 Listed Heritage Hotel under the personal supervision of Dee and Gerry Goodwin combines character, charm, courtesy & cuisine with the warmest of welcomes and generous hospitality. Set on the Atlantic Highway (A39), this Romantic Oasis is easy to find and the perfect base for both relaxation & recreation. The picturesque village of Clovelly, the jewel of the West country, is a few minutes drive or a delightful coastal walk away, while Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks are within easy reach. At the `Hoops` we pride ourselves on the extensive range and high quality of the food we provide. The menu is changed to accommodate seasonal specialities and is freshly prepared in our own kitchens using the best of garden & local produce. Guests can choose to dine in the candlelit restaurant, in the relaxed bars or, on balmy summer days, alfresco in the covered courtyard. There are a vast array of activities on the doorstep which can be enjoyed throughout the year such as golf, fishing, sailing, walking, surfing and cycling. In addition to the many historic houses, beautiful gardens & quaint coves & villages, The Hoops Inn has more than 8 acres of landscaped grounds for your enjoyment. More energetic walkers and birdwatchers can follow the steps of Henry Williamsons Otter on the Tarka Trail, take a trip to Lundy Island or ramble along the North Devon Coastal Path. This Thirteenth Century Inn is one of England's most famous, being notorious as the haunt of smugglers and a meeting place for seafarers such as Sir Francis Drake, Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Richard Grenville. In Winter, relaxing by one of our inglenook fireplaces, warming yourself next to a blazing log fire you can imagine being transported back in time to a less complicated age. Today we welcome travellers from around the world and seek to provide an enchanting experience for our guests whilst they are with us and a warm memory when they leave.

 

Tantons Hotel
New Road,
Bideford,
Devon EX39 2HR

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Tantons lies at the heart of historic Bideford, adjacent to the town centre and opposite the ancient bridge. Perfectly situated base to explore the local area. Tantons Hotel is privately owned and managed so that a personal and friendly service is always guaranteed. Furthermore, the entire hotel has recently been tastefully refurbished, gaining the distinction of 3 stars from the English Tourist Council. Unfortunately, this hotel does not have a lift.

 

The Royal Hotel
Barnstaple Street,
Bideford,
Devon EX39 4AE

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Set at the Eastern end of ancient Bideford Bridge, this hotel is associated with the 17th-century Court of Assize, Sir Charles Kingsley, and the D-Day Landings; ideal for a heritage enthusiast. One of the hotel's most famous features is the oak panelled Kingsley Room, with its ornate sculptured ceiling, named in honour of Charles Kingsley who penned much of his famous novel, Westward Ho!, at the hotel. Known as the Little White Town, Bideford has the benefit of easy access to the sights of North Devon to the East, and Cornwall to the West. The village of Clovelly is only a short drive away and walking and cycling enthusiasts can explore the picturesque Tarka Trail.

 

Durrant House Hotel
Heywood Road, Northam,
Bideford,
Devon EX39 3QB

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Now under new ownership. You are well placed to explore one of the most beautiful parts of the country. We would like to welcome you to the Durrant House Hotel. It is our aim to provide you with the highest standard of personal service, comfort and cuisine to help make your stay a pleasant and memorable one. Arrive as a Guest, leave as a Friend. Durrant House Hotel has a lot of history and was owned by Sir Richard Goodwin Keats in 1810.

 

The Globe Hotel
Fore Street,
Torrington,
Devon EX38 8HQ
Tel: 01805 622220
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The Globe was first opened as a Hotel in 1800 and is part of Torrington's history. It is the only Hotel in Torrington and, being centrally positioned, is ideally situated for all the main attractions and activities in the area. Our website has links to many of these attractions, such as, "The Tarka Trail" for the keen ramblers, and "1646" for the historians and Civil War enthusiasts. Torrington is close to the towns of both Bideford and Barnstaple, being 15 mins drive and 25mins drive respectively.

The Hotel offers, Single, Twin, Double and Family Rooms. Some of the Double and Family Rooms have Four Poster Beds and all rooms have en-suite facilities. Room price includes breakfast and stays of five days or more qualify for a discounted rate. A new 48 seater restaurant, serving evening meals, is due to be opened in late February 2009, after an extensive refit of the kitchens. Guests can reserve a parking space at the Hotel and as parking in the town is at a premium, this is strongly advised.

The warm and friendly atmosphere of our small Hotel ensures your stay will be an enjoyable one, and we look forward to welcoming you.

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