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B and Bs in Ilfracombe

Sherborne Lodge
Torrs Park
Ilfracombe
Devon

EX34 8AY | View map
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Alison and Graham would like to welcome you to The Sherborne Lodge, and will do our utmost to ensure your stay is relaxing and enjoyable. We are quietly located at the start of Torrs Park, one of the best areas of Ilfracombe, centrally placed for a 10 minutes walk to all the local facilities. These include the town centre, with plenty of shops, restaurants, pubs and the harbour. The harbour, will have ferry links to Swansea, starting this Easter ( and onward to Cork in Southern Ireland ), you also have the opportunity to take one of the many boat trips - to Lundy, along the coast, or even a day out fishing. Ilfracombe is ideally situated for business, leisure and sporting pursuits and is within easy reach of Barnstaple, several beautiful surfing beaches, wild and stunning Exmoor countryside, shooting grounds and championship golf courses. We are very pet friendly and whenever possible dog sit for you in the evening so you can eat out at one of Ilfracombe's fine restaurants. We welcome parties of people interested in the activities offered around the area, for example, clay-pigeon shooting, golf, fishing, walking, cycling etc. and offer many facilities to ensure a very enjoyable stay including a very ample car-park which is free of charge to all guests.

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