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hotel yeoldon, hotel bideford, hotel north devon

Hotel Yeoldon Directory

North Devon Hotel Bideford

Down the lane from the ordinary…

Places to eat

Apart from breakfast the dining room is only available for pre-arranged dining, parties and events.
We can cater from small intimate groups or larger events up to 120 people.

Click below to view and download a useful list of selected local restaurants

hotel yeoldon, hotel bideford, hotel north devon
hotel yeoldon, hotel bideford, hotel north devon

Where to visit

We are located in an enviable position, both quiet and private in our own gardens beside the river and yet close to all major roads and attractions in the area. Below are some suggestions of the things you can do and places to visit whilst staying with us and to discover what beautiful North Devon Has to offer…

Referred to as The Little White town, it has its own working quayside and is just down the road from the hotel and lots to see as well.

Our regional shopping centre. A lovely historic town with its own unique covered pannier market and the famous Butchers Row.

Keen to surf or just to walk along or sunbathe, we have some of the best award winning beaches in Europe right on our doorstep. Most have lifeguards and there are some tucked away little gems for those that like to explore.

The Tarka Trail is a pedestrian and cycle way in the North Devon Biosphere Reserve. It runs in a 163 mile figure-of-eight through landscapes little changed from those described by Henry Williamson in his classic 1927 novel Tarka the Otter.

With over 30 stores offering up to 50% off RRP every day and a great selection of big name brands to choose from, Atlantic Village Outlet Centre is always worth a trip.

If you're looking for a great family day out come along to RHS Rosemoor. More than a garden Rosemoor is a unique place that people of all ages return to time and again for ideas inspiration or simply to enjoy a fun family day out.

A picturesque fishing village set in amongst the rugged North Devon cliffs Clovelly has been associated with just three families since the middle of the 13th century, a period of nearly 800 years. Donkeys are still used to carry goods down the steep cobbled streets

Watch the highly skilled craftsmen shape beautiful crystal perfecting an art form 3000 years in the making. The tour of the glass factory allows visitors to get really close in complete safety on elevated viewing galleries. Save a fortune in the factory shop, the biggest glass shop in the country.

An unexpected jewel on the edge of Exmoor and home to the National Trust Carriage Museum, a complete family estate held by the Chichester family for over five hundred years. The collection consists of treasures for all tastes, from model ships to shells, collected over several generations.

Near Bude on the North Cornwall coast, these two lakes offer a variety of activities including watersports, angling, walking, cycling and relaxing.
Also Wistlandpound Lake on Exmoor. An accessible lake situated near to the Calvert Trust Exmoor, an award-winning activity centre which specialises in organising adventure holidays for less able people and their families.