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Red Lion Hotel (The)
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Kingsteignton Ram Roast
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Hoops Inn & Country Hotel
"Good Points: Food excellent. General review: Good value for money. Room could do with a bit of a revamp but adequate. Staff helpful and friendly.

Date visited: 2010-04-30 ..." More

Hoops Inn & Country Hotel
"General review: Excellent facilities, lovely breakfast, friendly staff.

Date visited: 2010-02-03 ..." More

Hoops Inn & Country Hotel
"The food here is wonderful, and is well worth a visit. It is both imaginative and well realised, subtle flavours complimented by a wine list that provides good value and ..." More

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Perhaps it is its utter lack of concession to the tourist industry that makes Clovelly in North Devon the ideal holiday destination for those wanting to avoid all that goes with the over-commercialised tourist resort. Traffic is banned from the high street and for those not fancying the cobbled walk dropping 400ft in the half mile down to the harbour, a landrover service is provided via the back roads as far as the Red Lion pub. The high street is lined with traditional 16th Century cottages and at the top of the hill is a Heritage Centre. The modern landrover service replaces the donkeys once used to carry visitors through Clovelly. No holiday cottages are allowed in the main village and deliveries are made by sledge. Fishermen are still to be seen mending their nets along the Quay. Those feeling adventurous and energetic enough for a testing coastal walk will be rewarded with breathtaking views and revitalising sea air. The coastal path leads West down to Mouth Mill, rising again to Hartland Point, a challenging 8 mile walk. Hartland Quay was once a busy harbour, dramatically destroyed by the Atlantic breakers. The Hartland Quay Museum marks this coastal heritage location.

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New Inn (0.33 miles)

New Inn
Built in the 17th century, the New Inn is a quiet hotel set in the heart of Clovelly, on an ancient cobbled street. It offers individually-styled bedrooms, a restaurant and a bar. All bedrooms are bright ... More | visit website
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The Red Lion Hotel (0.38 miles)

The Red Lion Hotel

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Idyllic, is the only way to describe the harbourside setting of this charming 18th century inn, where this famous fishing village forms a spectacular backdrop. Bedrooms are stylish & enjoy ... More

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Anchor Inn (3.24 miles)

Anchor Inn
We would like to welcome all customers old and new to The Anchor Inn at Hartland near Bideford on the beautiful North Devon Coast. Enjoy good home cooked food, great real ales, friendly hospitality and ... More | visit website
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Buzzard Lodge at Hartland Forest (3.60 miles)

Buzzard Lodge at Hartland Forest

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Just a few miles from the soaring cliffs and wide surfing beaches of the north Devon coast, these privately owned and extremely well appointed lodges provide an ... More

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Hoops Inn & Country Hotel (4.04 miles)

Hoops Inn & Country Hotel

The Hoops Inn has been a landmark on the main route from North Devon via Clovelly to Cornwall for as long as anyone can remember. In fact there has been a hostelry on this spot ... More | visit website

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Cheristow Farmhouse (4.19 miles)

Cheristow Farmhouse

A warm welcome awaits at any of the five cottages situated around a courtyard that form part of a productive smallholding with private grounds of 14 acres on which we breed pedigree Dexter cattle, rare ... More | visit website

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West Country Inn (4.36 miles)

West Country Inn
Perfect for Business or pleasure; the West Country Inn is a 17th century Coaching Inn full of character and warmth. It is conveniently located on the North devon Atlantic Highway between Bideford and Bude. Set ... More | visit website
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The West Country Inn (4.36 miles)

The West Country Inn

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Charming 17c Coaching Inn full of character and warmth. Situated between the towns of Bideford & Bude on the A39 North Atlantic Highway, this historic inn lies close to the ... More

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Penhaven Country House Hotel (5.23 miles)

Penhaven Country House Hotel

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Set in 10 acres of grounds, the tranquil Penhaven Country House Hotel provides a perfect base to relax, unwind and enjoy everything North Devon has to offer. The stylishly refurbished hotel is ... More

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East Woolley Farm (6.29 miles)

East Woolley Farm

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Our organic farm is set in a peaceful hamlet onthe north cornish coast,a short distance from some idealic beachesand coastal paths.Character ensuite rooms are in a converted barn across the ... More

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