Royal Hotel

A Hotel in Woolacombe, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Beech Road
EX34 7AB

Royal Hotel, Woolacombe

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The Royal Hotel overlooks the Devon countryside and boasts impressive views from the lounges and restaurant. All bedrooms offer TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Facilities include a large heated indoor swimming pool, games room and live entertainment most evenings.

The hotel is well situated for the numerous attractions of North Devon. This hotel is completely non smoking.

2 star rating

From: £30.00

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