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20 Reasons Why You Should Never Ever Visit Woolacombe

20 Reasons Why You Should Never Ever Visit Woolacombe

It's so 'meh'...

[4 minute read] The hotel team have put together this tongue-in-cheek warning for anybody who might be planning a visit to North Devon’s tempting mix of dramatic cliffs, wild seas and sandy beaches. Why would you want to do such a thing? We genuinely don't know...

Take a Trip to Lundy Island

Take a Trip to Lundy Island

Satisfy your wanderlust

One for the explorers is Lundy Island. Lundy lies 10 miles off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America. Read all about it - find out the best times to visit Lundy Island, how to get to Lundy Island and discover the simple pleasures of this off-the-beaten track destination...

The North Devon Coffee Guide

The North Devon Coffee Guide

The Best Coffee Shops in North Devon

Full of beans and the centre of a developing foodie scene, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the North Devon café scene is growing in acclaim. Looking for the best coffee shops in North Devon? Here’s where to start. North Devon – home to jaw-dropping coastline, some of Devon’s coolest things to do, surf-perfect waves and… coffee shops. Check out these cool...

Love Quiet, Pretty Beaches?

Love Quiet, Pretty Beaches?

Visit North Devon in Winter

Pretty is an understated word, a pleasant word. Could be substituted for dramatic, or rugged. Really, North Devon beaches are all three—a soul rousing elixir of jagged cliffs, quaint wooded coves, silken sands, and atmospheric shingle. When visiting North Devon here are some beaches you must see…whatever the season. Although in winter, you’ll find them particularly special. Not...

The Great British summer

The Great British summer

What to do on rainy days in Devon

The Great British summerWhat to do on rainy days in DevonThe summer holiday season is almost upon us with the schools breaking up in a couple of weeks and we’re sure that parents across the land are praying for good weather to make those carefully planned family holidays run smoothly.But, one of the reasons for our ‘green and pleasant land’ being so green and pleasant is because it rains, a ...