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The coastal town of Ilfracombe is a perfect location for North Devon holidays, with is whitewashed houses and grand Victorian villas, which also offers a gateway to an exciting blend of stunning coastal scenery, seaside fun, rural tranquillity and centuries of heritage and style. Its charming natural harbour and elegant Victorian architecture continue to make it as popular today as it has ever been. Ilfracombe is the “jewel” of the North Devon coast and a remarkable location for romantic getaway.


5 Days from just £279.00

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The Osborne House Hotel

Ideally situated to explore Ilfracombe, The Osborne is a friendly family run hotel offering a warm welcome . The Osborne Hotel boasts a ballroom, a dining room, a bar lounge and a small games room. Each room at The Osborne Hotel features an en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, and a TV—Entertainment is provided at this hotel.

The Imperial Hotel—March Date Only

The Imperial Hotel—March Date Only
The Imperial Hotel in Ilfracombe is situated right on the seafront just 100 yards from the beach. Rooms at the Imperial Hotel have modern en suite bathrooms and are decorated in warm tones The Imperial is situated opposite the Landmark Theatre and Ilfracombe Tourist Information Centre. The harbour and its many pubs and shops are 5-minute stroll away, and views over the town can be enjoyed from nearby Capstone Hill.


Excursion 1— Barnstaple Pannier Market with its wonderful mix of heritage, new and traditional traders making is a lovely place to browse It has many shops and a number of interesting buildings including the parish church and St. Anne’s Chapel Museum. Bideford is an historic port with delightful quayside shops and cafés.

Excursion 2— This morning we will depart for  Arlington Court.  Arlington Court is an unexpected jewel on the edge of Exmoor, 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. The house itself, built in 1823 and extended in 1860, has an austere facade. However, inside the cosy rooms purvey a homely, family atmosphere. The Carriage Museum in the stables has a vehicle for every occasion from cradle to grave. Currently on loan from the Houses of Parliament is the Speaker’s State Coach, a glorious, gilded carriage with over 300 years of history.


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Mon 9 Nov, 2020 ILFR202005 5 £279.00 10 + Book Now