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B and Bs in Ilfracombe

Darnley Hotel
Darnley Hotel
3 Belmont Road

Ilfracombe
Devon

EX34 8DR | View map
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A Quality Assured 2 Star Family Run Hotel located within its own Award Wining Grounds and boasting a charming private wooded path leading guests downtowards the High Street and Seafront.Both the High Street and Seafront are only a 5 minute stroll away. We are on the Coast to Coast Cycle Path; close to many glorious walks; within driving distance of some of the finest Golfing Clubs in the area; and of course many Blue Flag Beaches. Ilfracombe hosts a Walking Festival in May; a Victorian Week in June with many other festivals during the course of the Season. We are also very close to the excellent Bus Services in the area; and Barnstaple some 14 miles away is our closest railway link.Guests cars can be parked in the Hotels own Car Park. We have a Licensed Bar which is very well stocked; and a Restaurant serving genuine home made meals; using wherever possible produce from the Hotel’s garden. Beakfast is a grand affair with a large choice including home made bread and preserves and a good vegetarian selection. We cater for Walking Groups (we have drying facilities); Cyclists (we have plenty of lockable storage for bikes); Couples; Families and guests wishing to bring along their dogs.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 14:00 & Check Out is by 10:00. We are a no smoking accommodations. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement.

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