The Village Inn

Inn in Westward Ho, Devon

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Youngaton Road
Westward Ho
Devon
England
EX39 1HU

The Village Inn, Westward Ho

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The Village Inn & Pub in Westward Ho! Devon, is traditional & family run, providing bed and breakfast. One of the finest pubs and inns in Westward Ho! Devon. With a fine reputation for home cooked food, locally caught fish being a speciality, with good complementary wines and local ales.

We have beautifully appointed en suite bedrooms with full facililities, and we are located just a short stroll from the sea front, beach and coastal path for walkers. We offer a large carpark to our guests.

This Visit Britain 4 Star Inn is set in a pretty and historic seaside resort, The Village Inn at Westward Ho! offers delightful family run accommodation in Devon. You will receive a warm welcome from your resident hosts Julie and Stuart Hudson and their daughter Clare, who will do everything possible to make your stay here as enjoyable and relaxing as possible. Our beautifully appointed, spacious rooms - all of which have full en suite facilities - are made up of a choice of family, double and twin bedrooms.

Most have sea views. All of our rooms have central heating and are equipped with generous courtesy trays with tea and coffee making facilities and complementary toiletries, remote controlled digital colour television with Teletext, alarm clock/radio and electric shaver points. A hair dryer, iron and ironing board are available upon request.

Your hearty full English breakfast is served in our intimate and cosy restaurant where you can also enjoy dinner from our extensive menu which caters for all tastes. All meals are freshly prepared to order by our chef using local Devon produce wherever possible. Lunches are served in our light and airy conservatory or in our sheltered patio garden, weather permitting! We are situated only a few minutes walk from the South West Coastal Path and the Royal North Devon Golf Club, making this an ideal base for walking, golfing and cycling holidays and for touring the Westcountry generally.

Or perhaps simply for a peaceful, relaxing break here in this lovely, historic resort itself. Close at hand are the quaint seaside villages of Clovelly and Woolacombe. Barnstaple, which is Britain's oldest borough, is also nearby with its famous pannier market, theatre, clubs, cinema and shops.

Exmoor National Park, RHS Rosemoor and many other gardens and the beautiful rugged coastline are also here to be enjoyed.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Clovelly Court Gardens - 8 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Rosemoor Garden - 8 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Clovelly, All Saints Church - 8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Marwood, St Michael's Church - 8.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Marwood Hill - 8.7 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Atherington, St Mary's Church - 10.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Cobbaton Combat Collection - 11.3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Swimbridge, St James Church - 11.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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