Adventures in North Devon

Activities, Adventures & Attractions There’s so much to do in North Devon, and along the adventure coast. We’ve put together a small list of some of our favourite things, especially for you to enjoy while staying with us. Head to the Beach What is better...
The Secret Beaches Of North Devon

The Secret Beaches Of North Devon

It’s well-known that North Devon’s coast is home to beautiful beaches such as Woolacombe, Croyde and Saunton – but there is also a multitude of hidden beaches and coves dotted along the gorgeous shoreline. Here are 15 beaches where you can escape the...
Summer Fun In Ilfracombe

Summer Fun In Ilfracombe

Ilfracombe is now thought to be one of the most popular tourist resorts in North Devon, making it the ideal choice for a staycation this summer 2021 and into 2022. Things to Do & Discover Here are just some of the many great things to do and see during your visit...
Tea Rooms & Coffee Shops In Ilfracombe

Tea Rooms & Coffee Shops In Ilfracombe

Tea rooms and coffee shops in Ilfracombe There has always been a clutch of great tea rooms and coffee shops in Ilfracombe. Spread between the High Street and towards the harbour you have a choice in administering your essential caffeine fix. And as many coffee traders...
2021 Travellers’ Choice Award Winners!

2021 Travellers’ Choice Award Winners!

It’s not often we like to blow our own trumpet, especially considering the challenges over the last 15 months, however we are absolutely delighted to have received the 2021 Travellers’ Choice Award for Hotels from TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel platform. This...

Top 5 dog walks in Ilfracombe

Morte Point, Mortehoe Village Enjoy a challenging walk through a rare spot of coastal heathland which provides the wonderful backdrop for a wealth of wild flowers and wildlife.  You might even be lucky enough to spot some of our infamous sealife including dolphins and...

North Devon Cycling Routes

For many of us, cycling is our first choice for an outdoor activity to get exercise and fresh air.  You get to see more of the countryside from the saddle of the bike than in a car and you can also cover greater distances than on foot – it is the best of both worlds! ...