Yeoldon House is central for exploring the delights of the unspoilt north Devon countryside. It is on the North Devon Coast Path and within easy an easy drive of Exmoor and Braunton Burrows, havens for birdwatchers and hikers. The new bypass from Barnstaple is designed to facilitate easy access to the North coast.
The Oldenburg passenger ship will take you from Bideford to Lundy Island although the trip does need to be planned in advance. North Devon has a wealth of gardens open to the public including Rosemoor RHS gardens, Docton Mill and Marwood. Golf enthusiasts are on the doorstep of the Englands oldest links course the Royal North Devon and forty minutes from Saunton Sands.
Twenty minutes drive away the fishing village of Clovelly lies nestled in the cliffs not far from the rugged terrain of the Hartland Penninsula. For those who wish to venture further a field Tintagel Castle and the delights of Cornwall are only an hours drive away. The Eden Project is seventy miles from the hotel. The hotel is also near the National Trust properties Arlington Court and Knightshayes.
For those in need of retail therapy, Barnstaple with its historic pannier market is within easy reach.
We provide plenty of tourist information in the hotel and have a good knowledge of the local area.
Atlantic Village, with over 35 outlet stores including Gap, Nike and M&S you can save upto 50%off RRP everyday. What will you find?
The Ultimate High
The Ultimate Adventure Centre offers the most comprehensive range of outdoor activities available throughout North Devon. The recently opened Ultimate Assault adds to the list of exhilarating experiences made possible through the Ultimate Adventure Centre.
Memories restaurant is a small intimate friendly restaurant owned and run by Brett and Naomi Stevens. We specialize in fresh local produce cooked to a high standard, booking is advisable.
Watch the Dartington craftsmen transforming hot molten crystal into the beautiful items that can be purchased in the shop and visitor centre.
Discover the timeless village of Clovelly where the steep cobbled street tumbles down past gleaming white cottages to the tiny, deep blue harbour…..
RND Golf Club
The Royal North Devon Golf Club plays on the oldest links in England. Northam Burrows is an area of common ground edged by the Taw & Torridge estuaries and the Atlantic Ocean.
Tapeley Park Gardens
These delightful gardens at Instow feature a permacultre
garden, a lake, a walled kitchen garden and some of the oldest trees of their kind in Britain.
Broomhill Sculpture Gardens
A wonderful collection of contemporary sculptures set in tranquil woods with a delightful art collection.
Built around 1157 this historic house is the home of the Stucley family. Used extensively as a film location, the house
is surrounded by beautiful informal gardens & parkland which lead down to the wild Atlantic coast.
This popular outdoor adventure centre offers a wide range of activities including water sports on the river Torridge as well as in the sea.
Tucked away in the far north-west corner of Devon, the Hartland Peninsula is a haven of peace and tranquillity with breathtaking coastal walks and scenery.
Dan -The Fish Man
Secret Garden Florists
Fresh flowers, beautifully presented & delivered to the hotel.
North Devon Marketing Bureau, 2007 award winning
restaurant for Food & Drink category
The Big Sheep
North Devon's Premier all weather attraction.
The Big Sheep is superb family entertainment.