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This historic hotel has first-class food, friendly service and a great location close to North Devon's sights, including Clovelly village and the picturesque Tarka Trail for walkers and cyclists. Breakfast was very acceptable. Plenty of choice , very nicely cooked and presented
Featuring a garden, Ellerton B&B has accommodations in Bideford with free WiFi and garden views. The bed and breakfast is fitted with a flat-screen TV. The landlady is very friendly and seems eager to help with anything. Room is functional with everything needed for an overnight stay. Home cooked breakfast was very nice and perfect to start the day. Location is good with only a 10-15 minute walk into the town centre where there are plenty of takeaways and a pleasant wetherspoons.
The 'Croyde' Caravan is a beachfront property located in Bideford, a 6-minute walk from Westward Ho! Beach and 3.5 miles from Lundy Island. The vacation home also provides guests with a bathroom. it was so clean. I came armed with a big bag of cleaning stuff thinking no way is something so cheap going to be clean. I was wrong and only used the stuff to wash up with.
Located in Bideford in the Devon region and Lundy Island reachable within 15 miles, Fosfelle Cottages provides accommodations with free WiFi, a playground, a garden and free private parking. This property had everything we needed and was very comfortable. The new owners which have recently taken over were so welcoming and made us feel at home straight away, nothing was too much trouble for them. We couldn’t have asked for anything more and we will most definitely be going back to visit.
Kipling Villa With Sea Views, featuring a terrace, is located in Bideford, a 6-minute walk from Westward Ho! Beach and 2.8 miles from Lundy Island. Proper home from home villa. Me my daughter and my 2 grandchildren were extremely comfortable. The villa was extremely clean and had everything you needed for a relaxing break. Very spacious, we had 2 extra family members over for a roast dinner and we did not feel overcrowded what so ever Short walk to the beach with some amazing views.
Offering garden views, Moorhead Country Holidays in Bideford has accommodations, a restaurant, a fitness center and a bar. Both WiFi and private parking are accessible at the apartment free of charge.... All being inside,the numerous facilities available and their ease
On average, 3-star hotels in Bideford cost $192 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bideford are $763 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Bideford can be found for $727 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Bideford this weekend is $191 or, for a 4-star hotel, $269. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Bideford for this weekend cost around $551 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
It was a good place to be based for a few days visit to the area, we visited Clovelly, Westward Ho, and slightly further drive out to Tintagel & Port Issac, we also did 5 miles walk along the Tarka Trail out along the River Taw near Barnstable, and then to Lynmouth. This was Feb 22, so one tip is almost no food outlets open at the venues.
To be honest we didn't spend anytime in bideford as we planned to see other places around the area..but the drive through past the river on the way to the hotel was nice.and great shopping area not far on the out skirts.
not enough places to eat your evening meal. not a lot going on there you need a car to get about to visit other places , we won't be going back there again especially now the hotel as closed down,
It looks like a tired town, shops tend to open between 10am to 4pm. It appeared that a lot were either charity or secondhand shops. Not many places to eat out, when back after a day's outing. There was however a very good hotel and restaurant over the bridge, which I would recommend.
Bideford is a great base to discover the beaches of north Devon and the variety of surroundings along the local route of the coastal path and the tarka trail. Westward ho! Has a fantastic beach offering long Sandy walks, sand dunes, nature reserve, links golf course, great surfing, safe swimming both in a lido type pool and life guarded sea swimming, separate massive beach areas for general use and for dog owners, there are also rock pools to explore, a tor to walk up and down and the coastal path to enjoy.
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.
Louise took care to get the caravan ready for us before our stay. She was friendly and kindly allowed us to check in early. The check out time was also good. The caravan was generally well equipped, clean and the double bed was very comfortable. She left tea/coffee, biscuits and other sweet treats which the children especially loved. The books and games were also great. The area is lovely and if you’re happy to have a bit of a hike back up the hill, there’s a beautiful walk through woodland down to the sea.
This place was such a surprise. Thought it was closer into Bideford but once we got there realised it was a charming place. The rooms appeared basic when you first went in but they were immaculate and the bathroom was clean and everything worked well. Good water pressure, nice shower. The meals we had (breakfast, lunch and dinner) were all superb and good value for money. Parking was easy (lots of places) and there were nice walks. The staff were lovely and so friendly. Would definitely stay again.
The location was perfect for visiting just about anywhere in North Devon and into Cornwall. Just far enough off the main road to be quiet. Very cosy with the log burner lit, even with a gale blowing through the front door. Good, social kitchen area. Lounge a good size, as were the bedrooms and bathroom. Parking for one car, (it says to park on the gravel but it's covered with grass so it's difficult to gauge).
The Royal Hotel looks good from the outside and we were very impressed when we entered the building. Very smart foyer and a very welcoming receptionist. We had a very comfortable and impressive room, the evening meal in the restaurant was delicious and the breakfast was one of the best we have had. We felt very safe and all the staff wore face masks. Everywhere was very clean.
The location is perfect, very close to many brilliant locations in North Devon. The apartment is very spacious and clean. It has everything you could need - including tea and coffee facilities. The hosts were very friendly and helpful also. The area is very quiet and peaceful, a real change from London!
Pleasantly surprised at how spacious it was. Clean, tidy, nicely presented. Decent sized and comfortable beds with walk in wardrobes in both bedrooms and plenty of room for clothes/suitcases. Just around the corner from the bar/play area/pool etc. All in all, great base to explore north Devon.
Everything, Lucy is an outstanding host, extremely friendly with a wealth of knowledge of the area. The location is idyllic, we wouldn’t dream of staying anywhere else in the Bideford area. The view from the patio is magnificent.
Lovely host, room was spacious and quiet. Fine for parking and 5 to 10 minutes from the main part of Bideford. Food was good, tasty bacon!
Knowledgeable when asked about Bideford town, where to eat/drink and park. Made us feel very welcome.
Amazing breakfast area and decor. It made me feel I was on the titanic.