Red Lion Hotel (The)
Red Lion Hotel (The)

Idyllic old harbour with a backdrop of whitewashed houses and old inns, and sharply steep drop between cliff tops and the seafront looking across Bideford Bay, Clovelly is a place apart even for Devon... Read More

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Clovelly is a charming place. I first came here as ...More

Clovelly Events

May
Clovelly Celebration of Local Ales and Cider
July
Yarn-Bombing
August
The Great Tour
September
Lobster and Crab Feast
October
Apple Day
November
Clovelly Herring Festival
December
Boxing Day Barbecue
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Hoops Inn & Country Hotel

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 | Double Room: From 95 | visit website

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The Red Lion Hotel

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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New Inn

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 | Double Room: 47 - 51.50 (1 night) | visit website
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Red Lion Hotel (The)

Red Lion Hotel (The)
In offering a complete retreat from today's thundering motorways and stress-filled working hours, the Red Lion Hotel at Clovelly reminds us all of what used to be the unhurried, natural pace of life.

To wake up ... More | Double Room: 58.50 - 63.50 (1 night) | visit website

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