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B and Bs in Ilfracombe

Harcourt Hotel
Fore Street
Ilfracombe
Devon

EX34 9DJ | View map
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This small; recently refurbished; family-run; dog friendly licensed hotel is ideally located in Ilfracombe; close to the harbour; shops and seafront; and a short drive from Watermouth Castle.The owners of Harcourt Hotel pride themselves on providing a clean; friendly; home-away-from-home environment; where you can relax in this picturesque seaside resort in Devon. All of the rooms at the hotel have en suite facilities as well as colour TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. The hotel offers bed and breakfast with the option of an evening meal; with a menu that caters for a wide range of tastes and dietary requirements.There are limited free parking spaces on-site; and the hotel is completed by a licensed bar; games room and guest TV lounge. The hotel can cater for most needs; from single guests up to a family or even a group booking.Please Note: Smoking in designated areas. Dogs allowed; an additional charge of £10 per dog per night. Children welcome. Check-in time: 12:00 and check-out time: 10:00. Family rooms prices are based on two adults sharing; children under 2yrs FREE; an aditional 50% of adult price per night charge for children 3-10yrs; 75% of adult price for children 11-13yrs. Payable upon arrival.

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