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B and Bs in Ilfracombe

The Harbour Lights
26 Broad Street

EX34 9BL | View map

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Situated in the heart of Ilfracombe's Heritage Harbour on the spectacular North Devon Coast, The Harbour Lights is ideal for visitors seeking affordable B&B or Half-Board accommodation. We know that you want cleanliness, comfort, safety and value for money when staying away from home so all of our rooms offer the following facilities and features: ? Fully en-suite with bath or shower, WC and hand washbasin. ? All rooms are non-smoking.? Modern fire detection and warning system, fully compliant with current legislation.? High quality supportive mattresses.? Professionally laundered towels and bed linen.? Digital ready colour TV (wall mounted and mostly flat screens).? Comfort tray for free in-room tea or coffee. ? Individually controlled heating. The Harbour Lights is unique amongst guesthouses of a similar size in that we incorporate a fully licensed restaurant on our ground floor that is popular with both visitors and local residents. Guests staying on half-board terms can:? Choose their 3-course evening meals from our varied restaurant menu, and? Choose a time for dinner to suit themselves during restaurant hours.B&B guests are of course welcome to use the restaurant and are guaranteed a table if a reservation is made at breakfast for the same evening. Dining with us will not break the bank. Our menu style is traditional and homely. The ambience is relaxed and friendly.Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. No pets are permitted on the premises. Public Car park near by. We do not accept Stag and Hen/ Single Gender Group parties. Check-in time: 16:00 check-out time: 11:00

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