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This 3-star hotel is on the outskirts of the historic port of Bideford and has views over the Torridge estuary. It has free Wi-Fi, free parking, a sauna and an outdoor pool. Amazing breakfast area and decor. It made me feel I was on the titanic.
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. If I visited Bideford again, the Royal Hotel would be my first choice.
Situated in Bideford in the Devon region, Lower Winsford B&B features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. A continental breakfast is available each morning at the bed and breakfast.... Great size room comfy bed .nice and quiet .. Was up and out early so Sandy did me a great take away breakfast ....
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. Very friendly and helpful beyond the call of duty. I was cycling and lost, the owner came out to find me. One the best places I have stayed in.
Located in Bideford in the Devon region and Lundy Island reachable within 24 km, Fosfelle Cottages provides accommodation with free WiFi, a children's playground, a garden and free private parking. All as described and more A comfortable cottage all in good order
Located just 15 km from Lundy Island, 20 Bucklands, Bideford Bay Holiday Park provides accommodation in Bideford with access to a bar, a tennis court, as well as an ATM. The chalet is nice and clean,Jo (the owner)is very friendly and helpful. The holiday park is beautiful,good restaurant and play ground. Everything was perfect.
Featuring a terrace with garden views, a garden and barbecue facilities, sea view cottage can be found in Bideford, close to Westward Ho! Beach and 3.1 km from Lundy Island. Very helpful owner. Cottage was immaculately clean with a lovely garden and good location. Would love to stay there again!!
Featuring a garden, barbecue facilities, and a terrace, smuglers rest provides accommodation in Bideford with free WiFi and sea views. Lovely location hidden away, with access to many locations, great property with all you need and garden to relax in as well. Staff could not have been more helpful and accommodating. We will be back!!
Pretty Quayside, great location for Tarka trail, good choice of supermarkets/takeaways and easy access/egress onto Atlantic Highway for cars. Bus service through to Barnstaple and beyond also frequent and reliable.
There are a lot of places to visit in the area, we went to Bideford a couple of years ago so concentrated on North Cornwall, drove to Tintagel and visited the castle then worked our way north up the coast, taking in Boscastle, Bude and a couple of other spots. Very nice days out and beautiful scenery. On the way down we realised we were missing a couple of items so popped into the outlet shopping centre just a couple of miles from our accommodation to pick up what we needed - very good. Last time we visited we also visited Clovelly which is very near to The Hoops Inn where we stayed and highly recommended. Mixture of beach, sight seeing, little towns, good shopping, nice places to eat. I love North Devon
The hotel staff and the willingness to help with everything the walking around the town centre the people we were very friendly and helpful the site all around were very impressed I definitely will return there again love it
Bideford was pleasant during the day but it was extremely difficult to find places to eat in the evening. As there were so few they were fully booked & we had to eat elsewhere on two of the three evenings we stayed.
One short visit to town drove through to other places.RHS Rosemore , Exmoor the zoo is excellent, Hartland point, Clovelly, Dartmoor,Barnstable and Lynton steam railway,Arlington NT. Drove through seaside towns without stopping as very crowded.
As we were visiting lots of nearby places, we only had a short snapshot of Bideford. We visited for a planned evening meal at Belluno, an Italian restaurant which was phenomenal. After the meal we took some photos of the Old bridge and town that were lit up and very pretty. We drove to a carpark near the restaurant which took us up into the High Street and it looked a very busy place with lots of shops and eateries.
Very friendly and helpful beyond the call of duty. I was cycling and lost, the owner came out to find me. One the best places I have stayed in.
Good central location. Dedicated owners making sure everything about the stay went well
Amazing breakfast area and decor. It made me feel I was on the titanic.
If I visited Bideford again, the Royal Hotel would be my first choice.
Excellent food. And service impeccable