The Carlton Hotel, Ilfracombe was originally built in 1850 as two separate dwellings, and is as a result, one of the larger Victorian buildings in the town. And since the early 1900’s has been offering a warm welcome to all visitors to the town, along with residents, guests and diners all welcome through its doors. Ideally positioned a genuine five minutes walk away from the towns busy harbour, quay, pier and other maritime attractions. Over time, the property has seen many alterations and changes, but at the Carlton we have retained the classic feel of the property whilst providing todays guest with all of the modern conveniences and comforts you would expect;

above all retaining a traditional warm hospitality and welcome. The hotel offers high quality accommodation with breakfast and evening meals. We firmly believe that a warm friendly welcome, courteous service, a clean room, a comfortable bed and delicious meals are what keep our valued guests coming back time and time again. The Carlton is a non-smoking establishment.


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24th January 2016

Catch the pigeon

Whatever the weather, you can try out clay pigeon shooting at our local award winning shooting ground.  At North Devon Shooting Ground you can have a go at clay shooting starting from £25 per person.  The price includes tuition, use of gun and 25 clays and cartridges.  Or if you have your own gun (we will […]
29th December 2015

New Year Refurbishment

The new business owners are delighted with the progress being made in the planned refurbishment works to the hotel. Areas now undergoing some major transformation include the library, public toilets, reception, lounge and bar on the ground floor. And on the lower ground the former dining room walls have been removed to ensure that a […]
29th December 2015

Back in time

Before the hotel was called the Carlton it was known as the St Petroc Boarding Establishment. St Petroc being a well known saint born over the channel in Wales, the son of a king, He is better known for giving his name to Padstow in Cornwall, but spent much time in Devon especially along the […]

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