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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. From the moment we arrived Anthony at reception made our stay he remembered us being there the week before with our grandson which was a real personal touch . All the staff are so helpful well done The Durrant Mr and Mrs Williams
Featuring a garden, Old Keepers Cottage is set in Bideford, 2.1 mi from Lundy Island. The property features a terrace, as well as a shared lounge. Everything about my stay exceeded any expectation or rating available on this questionnaire. I have had a wonderful time, the staff have made me feel part of the family, and facilities and grounds were simply a dream come true.
The Hoops Inn & Country Hotel is a Grade II listed property nestled within unspoiled countryside and 5 minutes’ drive from a scenic coastal walk. The staff was super friendly, the breakfast was wholesome, the food in the evening was yummy. The four-poster bed was fabulous. The whole inn has great character. A real find!
Located in Bideford in the Devon region, Three Bears Lodge features a terrace and garden views. Providing complimentary private parking, the vacation home is 14 miles from Lundy Island. The lodge was absolutely fabulous. We really enjoyed our time at the three bear lodge. The surrounding area is quiet and peaceful. The town of Great Torrington and Appledore were a real treat. Would definitely recommend those two towns.
20 Bucklands is located in Bideford. Located 9 miles from Lundy Island, the property provides a restaurant and free private parking. 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.
On average, 3-star hotels in Bideford cost $95 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bideford are $197 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Bideford can be found for $99 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Bideford this weekend is $170 or, for a 4-star hotel, $267. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Bideford for this weekend cost around $387 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Quiet town with a few nice places to eat. Does shut down almost completely in the evenings apart from eating places. Clean and tidy waterfront and good sized park adjacent to car park. Easy access from A39 and well located for trips to other attractions in the area.
Lovely little town, which still has character, with lots of individual shops and a "pannier market". As it is hilly, could be difficult for people with walking problems. Although, there is a quayside and park on a flat level. Good base for exploring by car, being close to Clovelly and other North Devon towns.
Pretty town, idyllically placed on the banks of the Torridge, with plenty of good beaches and other attractions within close reach. What I particularly like is its gently decaying quality rather than the potential twee resort it would probably have ended up as had it been located in a richer part of the country.
Kingsley's little white town is an unpretentious, slightly run down but pretty riverside town that was once - a long time ago - the third busiest port in Britain. Its main attraction is its attractive location on the Torridge riverfront. If you want shops, Barnstaple, a few miles away, while lacking Bideford's character, has a good shopping centre. There is a good beach at Westward Ho!, just a couple of miles away, and also the quaint back streets of Appledore, still the home of a thriving shipyard. On the opposite bank opposite Appledore, is the estuary side village of Instow, which has a sandy beach and is popular with dog walkers and families. At all these locations one can enjoy the highly rated Hockings ice cream, with vans strategically located to serve both locals and tourists. A few miles away is the unique private hillside village of Clovelly, where the cottages tumble down the hillside towards the small harbour.
Beautiful park by the River. Lots of good cafe's and a wonderful walk along the front of the town. Lots of parking areas and a stunning park and recreational area. Definitely one to visit if you are in the area
Bideford not so good, but other area's were lovely, Instow just down the road from Eastleigh, Clovelly, Lynton & Lynmouth, Croyde all lovely places and we want to go back to see more. Cycled the Tarka trail that is lovely.
Hotel staff were very considerate and we had a courtesy phone call from reception to check everything was ok when we settled into our room. Packed lunches were delicious and perfect to eat on the beach! Bar menus are ok if you want something simple and non fussy and there is usually a good offer on. We had a coach party that stayed for one night whilst we were there and the staff were very helpful and organised in getting the guests breakfasts and finding a quiet area for the rest of the guests staying.
A beautiful spacious room in a country cottage with fabulous views over the River Torridge. Lucy was so friendly and welcoming; the scones and clotted cream on arrival were delicious as was breakfast. Our room was spacious and clean with great views and the bed was lovely and comfortable. It is at the end of a very narrow lane but that’s to be expected in Devon.
Very friendly and welcoming hosts. Loved the extras, fresh bread, milk, eggs, fresh Apple juice and cream tea. Very comfortable accommodation, fully equipped and in a beautiful area of north Devon. Carol even loaned us some wellies!! The dog had some lovely walks and munched a couple of apple's from the orchard.
Dog-friendly with a good breakfast. We were upgraded to a family room with a large screen TV and plenty of space. The bed was firm which I like. Tea, coffee and hot chocolate were all available in the room. We had an evening meal in the bar area which was nice.
The type of accommodation was really nice for us and our small dog. The area around the property was pleasant and we were able to make use of the swimming pool and hot tub......
It’s a really nice cottage. You’ll need a car to get to the next village (Bideford) as there’s only the Tarka trail walking distance from the cottage, no shops or pub.
Excellent house and grounds. Good size room (1) with dual aspect overlooking garden. Easy acccess to Bideford and surrounding areas
Fabulous breakfast and delightful owners. A pleasant hotel and excellent value for money. Close to the town centre and amenities.
Good centrally located hotel. Helpful staff, nice bar area with sports TV. Car parking across the road.
Good location to Bideford, neighbouring beaches and attractions..would definitely return.
King sized bed, lovely comfortable mattress. Beautiful deep bath in bathroom, good shower double headed, lovely towels, heated rails to keep them warm and dry.Mmm
Lovely location very clean & every thing you need for a week stay .Anne - Louise very friendly plus great swimming pool.
The owner Steven and Mel we pleasant and did accommodate a guest with mobility issues to a lower floor room.