Hotels in Woolacombe
The Watersmeet location is superb, one of the and most dramatic locations in the Westcountry, it commands an elevated position above the rocks at the waters edge looking down on Combesgate Beach with steps leading directly to the sandy beach. The magnificent views of the rugged coastline to Lundy Island can be enjoyed from the large picture windows in the reception rooms. All but 2 bedrooms have equally stunning sea views. Feel yourself drift off to sleep with the sound of the waves and be woken with the early tide.
A tasteful refurbishment has recently transformed the bedrooms to a fantastic standard to include all accruements for luxury living. Many rooms have balconies.
Award winning imaginative menus combine the use of the finest quality local ingredients. Given the choice of informal dining in the bistro or the magnificent table d'hote restaurant by candlelight, there will be something for everyone on the menu.
Indoor pool and outdoor pool with hot spa and steam room, as well as a treatment room to relax and rejuvenate.
Scenic coastal walks to Morte Point and Baggy Point will take your breath away..
Nearest Train Station: Barnstaple
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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22
Price per PersonDouble: £68 - £125
Twin: £68 - £125
Single: £83 - £140
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Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: J. Prince
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes
AA Courtesy and Care Award 1997
Credit Cards Accepted
Special Diets Catered For
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Explore the beautiful coastal footpaths on our doorstep to include Morte Point and Baggy Point or perhaps a leisurely stroll along the beach just minutes from the hotel.
The package includes a deluxe sea view room, breakfast, 4 course table d'hôte dinner each day and complimentary use of the leisure facilities. One complimentary Devon cream tea for 2.
Valid 15th Feb - 24th March 2016.
3 night stay Ł650 (Ł100 discount off our tariff)
Offers posted Tue 5th Jan 2016
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