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The Capstone Apartments, Ilfracombe, Devon

The Capstone Apartments
17 St. James Place
Ilfracombe
Devon

EX34 9BJ | View map
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The Capstone Hotel Apartments are located adjacent to the Hotel but with their own entrance. On the second floor, the apartment features 2 bedrooms both with en-suite facilities, a large lounge with a dining area and a large kitchen. The building is a level walk to all Ilfracombes attractions. The beds have clean crisp white linen, complimented with fluffy towels and modern accessories such as LCD TV's and DVD players. The Capstone Hotel Apartments are situated seconds walk to the beautiful Harbour. Ilfracombes local attractions are a level walk away making it the perfect base to start and end your journey, local ferries whisk the visitor away to the magical Lundy Island for an exciting day trip. Within a very short drive away is North Devon's dramatic coastline and Exmoor national park. The Apartments are located close to two major car parks making it easy for you to leave your car in a safe environment. We offer a friendly welcome to families and groups who are wanting a break in North Devon. Next door to the apartments is the Hotel & Restaurant which have been fully refurbished to offer a wide choice of cuisine influenced from around the world.

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Number of Rooms: 2
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