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Berrynarbor

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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01271 | code search
Postcode: EX34 | code search
Population: 750
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maid’s Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devil’s Stone

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The Lodge Country House
"Ouiet, comfortable and superb food. beautiful village, a place to cherish.

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The Lodge Country House
"We originally booked in for two nights but as the Lodge was so nice we stayed for a further two nights. Lynn and Phil made us very welcome and the breakfast ..." More

The Lodge Country House
"This is a wonderful place to stay. Phil and Lynn are marvellous hosts and the accommodation and food is excellent. The village and the surrounding countryside are very pictureasque and ..." More

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Berrynarbor is an idyllic rural coastal village in North Devon West of the Exmoor National Park, surrounded by rich and beautiful pasture, meadow and woodland. The village is a proud multiple winner of the Best Kept Village and Britain In Bloom competitions. 4 country lanes lead into Berrynarbor, converging on the village Square which is the undisputed hub of the community. The mighty tower of St Peter’s church dating from the 12th Century is a focal point and can be seen from all directions. Berrynarbor was a favourite holiday spot of Beatrix Potter and possibly she gained much inspiration for her stories and paintings from the picturesque country lanes and woodland around the village. Berrynarbor has 2 traditional village pubs, both serving excellent food. Miss Muffet’s Tea Room has got to be worth a visit with a name like that, where you can enjoy mouth-watering traditional cream teas and locally grown home cooked food. Accommodation choices include award-winning hotels, self-catering cottages, lovely wooded caravan parks and campsites with fantastic views of the local coast and countryside. Berrynarbor has a free car park and public children’s play area. Watermouth Harbour is a scenic coastal spot within walking distance of Berrynarbor village.

Camping

Mill Park

Cottage

Shippen at Lee Orchard

Holiday Park

Grattons Cedar Lodges

Pub and Bar

Old Sawmill Inn
Ye Olde Globe Inn

Shops

Darwin Gallery

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Sandy Cove Hotel (0.10 miles)

Sandy Cove Hotel

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Wherever you go in Sandy Cove, you cannot escape our wonderful view. With stunning views across the bay, the hotel is enviably nestled at the gateway to magical Exmoor and ... More

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The Lodge Country House (0.50 miles)

The Lodge Country House
The Lodge is a delightful detached Edwardian Country House, built in the early 1900's and set in over an acre of beautiful mature gardens.The hotel is situated in the sleepy picturesque village of Berrynarbor which ... More | visit website
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Langleigh House (0.50 miles)

Langleigh House

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Langleigh Guest House is set in an acre of landscaped gardens with a southerly aspect in a pretty conservation village and offers a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere in which to ... More

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Acorns Guest House (0.60 miles)

Acorns Guest House

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Situated in a beautiful and fertile valley, or Combe, on the western edge of Exmoor National Park, Combe Martin lies at the centre of some of North Devon's most spectacular ... More

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Saffron House Hotel (0.99 miles)

Saffron House Hotel
Saffron House is a friendly and comfortable family run guest house. Built during the 17th century, it was originally a farmhouse which still retains much of its charm and character. Set in an elevated position ... More | visit website
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The Towers (2.14 miles)

The Towers

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The Towers guest house is a landmark Victorian building in a superb position with beautiful sea views, overlooking Hillsborough nature reserve on the South West Coast path and Ilfracombe’s picturesque harbour. A ... More

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Varley House (2.15 miles)

Varley House

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Guest House delightfully situated, overlooking a nature reserve and the spectacular North Devon coast. Varley House was built at the turn of the 19th Century to revitalise and refresh officers returning ... More

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Ettiford Farm Cottages (2.22 miles)

Ettiford Farm Cottages

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Ettiford Farm cottages are situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in a secluded valley. They are within easy reach of the wonderful sandy Beaches of the North Devon ... More

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Marine Court (2.31 miles)

Marine Court
A warm welcome awaits you at Marine Court in Ilfracombe, Devon. Our friendly family Hotel in Ilfracombe, Devon is situated in a quiet pleasant position close to the harbour.

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The Harbour Lights (2.66 miles)

The Harbour Lights
Situated in the heart of Ilfracombe's Heritage Harbour on the spectacular North Devon Coast, The Harbour Lights is ideal for visitors seeking affordable B&B or Half-Board accommodation. We know that you want cleanliness, comfort, safety ... More | visit website

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