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Hope and Anchor Inn
Hope Cove

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The Hope and Anchor In is set in the popular and unique old fishing village of Hope Cove, here in the South Hams of Devon. With breathtaking scenery, you really will be spoilt for choice. Obviously, the area is renowned for it's clifftop walks and on a blustery day, there really is nothing better than a walk around the miles of unspoilt coastline and countryside to invigorate the spirit.

There are many watersports facilities on offer locally. Sailing is a popular option, but for the young, or young at heart, why not hire a powerboat or jet-ski and explore the coves and beaches of Bigbury Bay. The local beaches of Bantham and Challabrough are renowned with surfers and windsurfers alike for consistently good waves. Children will love the areas adventure parks and parents will enjoy visiting local markets, many selling fresh locally made produce.

All our bedrooms are en-suite, mostly of which have breathtaking views of Bigbury Bay. There is a lovely area outside with tables and umbrellas so you can enjoy the atmosphere of Hope Cove whilst enjoying our fine ales, lunch or an evening meal. Situated yards from the sea teeming with maritime atmosphere our friendly Inn caters for all.

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