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This historic hotel has first-class food, friendly service and a great location for North Devon's sights, including Clovelly village and the picturesque Tarka Trail for walkers and cyclists. Nothing was too much trouble when I asked for something at mealtimes even though everyone was very busy I felt almost as if I was the only one that mattered .I got the impression at one time that even though they were very busy and had accidently forgotten me it was a terrible mistake on their behalf
Lower winsford has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, situated in Bideford, 2.7 km from Westward Ho! Beach. Breakfast and the coffee machine that Sandy provides in all the rooms and the breakfast room. The machine and the capsules provided us with the best coffee I have ever tasted and the machine is very user friendly, even for a couple of 83 year olds. The "boss's present from the "Remainer", who lives in Normandy, (she is a Brexiter and lives near Durham) is one of "Sandy's machines" (from Amazon) as a memory for her of an enjoyable week. We have about 16 children, grandchildren and grandchildren, but Sandy's place is adults only. Would certainly suit a young couple as a base to explore the North Devon and North-east Cornwall Atlantic Coast. Much as I loved children this is a very pleasant Oasis, if you want a break associated with adults only. Sandy looked after us very well, everything was at least as good as in the Booking.com description. We would go again (our middle son lives nearby).
Featuring a garden, Old Keepers Cottage is set in Bideford, 3.3 km from Bideford where you can get the ferry to Lundy Island. The property features a terrace, as well as a shared lounge. Lucy goes above and beyond the requirements of a B&B to make you welcome before and during your stay. The room / bed was sumptuous and the view from the window unbelievably beautiful. A little bit of heaven.
Situated in Bideford, 15 The Chalet, Bideford Bay Holiday Park offers free WiFi, 12 km from Lundy Island. The holiday home has a projector with a pull down screen and a surround system. Great space, perfect for small families and children. Well-equipped chalet.
Situated in Bideford in the Devon region, Coach and Horses features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. Lundy Island is 10 km from the bed and breakfast. Very accommodating even when I made an error with our booking. Friendly welcome from staff and locals. Cosy, friendly bar area in a lovely spot. Lovely clean room and everything we needed. This route was a last minute change for us but we will be coming this way next year as well and will be visiting again. Thanks guys
The 'Croyde' Caravan is a beachfront property located in Bideford, 500 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 6 km from Lundy Island. The holiday home also provides guests with 1 bathroom.
Deluxe Kipling Villa with Sea Views is a beachfront property situated in Bideford, 500 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 6 km from Lundy Island.
Tidewood is set in Bideford, 30 km from Lundy Island, in an area where fishing can be enjoyed.
Turpike Cottage is set in Bideford, 19 km from Lundy Island, in an area where fishing can be enjoyed. Guests have access to free WiFi throughout the property.
Situated in Bideford, 500 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 6 km from Lundy Island, The Royal Clovelly caravan with sea views features accommodation with access to a garden with a terrace.
Chapel Cottage in Bideford provides accommodation with free WiFi, 30 km from Lundy Island.
Boasting garden views, 20 The Glade, Bideford Bay Holiday Park features accommodation with a restaurant, a bar and a terrace, around 15 km from Lundy Island. The property itself was undersold it was even nicer than we were expecting
Springfield Cottage in Bideford provides accommodation with free WiFi, 1.4 km from Lundy Island.
Devonair in Bideford features accommodation with free WiFi, 700 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 5 km from Lundy Island.
Three bedroom Hartland Caravan is a beachfront property set in Bideford, 500 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 5 km from Lundy Island. A sun terrace is available for guests to use at the holiday...
'Hartland Caravan' with Sea Views is a beachfront property situated in Bideford, 500 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 6 km from Lundy Island. The holiday home features a terrace.
Kipling Villa With Sea Views is situated in Bideford and offers a terrace. With free private parking, the property is 500 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 5 km from Lundy Island. Magnificent views just as described online.
The Lookout in Bideford offers accommodation with free WiFi, 200 metres from Westward Ho! Beach and 5 km from Lundy Island.
The Cottage, BIDEFORD is situated in Bideford, 7 km from Lundy Island, in an area where fishing can be enjoyed. Guests have access to free WiFi throughout the property.
Located in Bideford, just 7 km from Lundy Island, The Bushel, BIDEFORD provides accommodation with a garden and free WiFi.
Set in Bideford, 2.6 km from Westward Ho! Beach and 6 km from Lundy Island, Willets Cottage, Bideford offers free WiFi.
Featuring garden views, Barley Cottage features accommodation with a garden and a patio, around 22 km from Lundy Island.
Elm Cottage, Bideford, a property with a garden, is set in Bideford, 5 km from Lundy Island. It was spotless and perfectly sited for our needs.
Boasting a hot tub, Hastings Barn is set in Bideford. This property offers access to a patio, free private parking and free WiFi. Highly recommend hasting barn,swimming pool and jacuzzi free to use as and when, we often had the...
On average, 3-star hotels in Bideford cost £61 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bideford are £81 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Bideford can on average be found for £101 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Bideford this weekend is £153 or, for a 4-star hotel, £196. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Bideford for this weekend cost on average around £402 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Our (my husband and I )visit to Bideford was of a reunion with old friends not of sighsightseeing tour and as such we did not venture much from the town. However we found the people very friendly and the ambience was of a "no rush and laid back" attitude which we found very much to our liking. There is an abundance of local points of interest and if you want to travel further afield, a wealth of historical and cultural heritage on your doorstep.
Seemed to be a lot of places run down not a lot going on bit quite , I know it was January but thought would of been bit more going on . It's more for hiking, walking, cycling than anything else, very quite but still enjoyed the weekend
The little white town - gently decaying but without pretension. I enjoyed visiting my old haunts from when I used to work and live there. Together with its neighbouring villages, such as Appledore, it has a slow pace of life and is relaxing to just wander around. For me as a rowing coach, the River Torridge is a particular attraction and I enjoyed a great cycle ride to Braunton and back along the Tarka Trail. The nearby Exmoor coastline is one of the prettiest in Britain.
Lovely North Devon small town, stayed at Durrant House which was delightful. My suggestion is to to stay away from the Bideford waterfront pubs who seem to be completely patronaged by locals who seem to be very alcohol affected by lunch time and beyond. Along the estuary promenade waterfront I saw blatant drug taking and ZERO police presence. I have to admit as a seasoned 68 y.o. world traveller I did not feel under any threat or risk, but was quite surprised to find this in his quite lovely and picturesque smal town.
We just used it as a base for going elsewhere....the pubs in town are not good, very limited if you fancy a nice beer in a pub garden. Only redeeming features are belluno Italian and le petit monde restaurants - and the silk lounge cocktail bar. A few gangster youths hang around by the Quay at night but no trouble. Handy for Clovelly and the lovely small town of instow up the Tarka Trail.
Great staycation. We just wanted to get away after lockdown and settled on Bideford so we could book some surf lessons at Westward Ho! The North Devon Surf School was excellent. There's lots of lovely restaurants and beaches within a 5-30 minute drive of Bideford so lots of choice for a relaxed, quiet holiday.