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Resort - Ilfracombe


Ilfracombe nestles around a harbour as old and as beautiful as any in Britain with the breathtaking scenery of North Devon as a backdrop. For the energetic there are splendid walks along the Coastal Path, the famous Torrs walks or swimming from the Tunnel beaches and coves. For those who like to take things a bit easier, one can simply stroll through the delightful gardens or while away an hour or two watching the ever-changing harbour scene. A boat trip is a "must" during your stay to see the spectacular cliffs of North Devon or visit the legendary Isle of Lundy. There is also plenty to do in the evenings with theatre, concerts, and cinema, as well as the entertainment provided at our hotel.

Prices from

£369 per person

Supplements may apply

Tour code: 113LW

Tour: Ilfracombe

Resort: Ilfracombe

Days: 7

Date Travelling: 01 August 2021

Travelling by: Coach

Hotel: Imperial Hotel

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Day 1 - Outward Travel

Day 2 - Lynton, Lynmouth & Coombe Martin

  • Coombe Martin claims to have the longest main street of any village in the country the street winds along the valley for more then two miles.
  • This small peaceful cove has changed little over the years small boats can still be found moored in the towns harbor, a calling to its past fishing boats.
  • These twin towns are situated on the North Devon coast.
  • Lynton & Lynmouth's water-operated cliff railway offers spectacular views. (Fees apply. May not be suitable for wheelchair users)
  • Lynmouth, the smaller of the two towns, became more well known when it was "discovered" by the poet Shelley and his bride Mary (who later wrote the novel, Frankenstein).

Day 3 - Bideford & Hartland Abbey

  • This historic port town is situated on the estuary of the River Torridge.
  • Sir Richard Grenville, who founded many of Elizabeth I's overseas colonies, is commemorated in the parish church.
  • The arched bridge is one of the longest medieval bridges in England.
  • Entrance included in tour cost. Hartland Abbey is the longest surviving pre-reformation monastery building in the UK, dating from the 1100s.
  • Of great national interest is the architecture and decoration from the Medieval, Queen Anne, Georgian, Regency and Victorian periods.
  • Home to 50 acres of grounds, including the beautiful 18th century Walled and Woodland gardens.

Day 4 - Day at Leisure

  • Today is left free to allow for relaxing in the hotel or exploring the local area.
  • Don't hesitate to enquire with the hotel reception regarding local attractions and travel options.

Day 5 - Day at Leisure

  • Today is left free to allow for relaxing in the hotel or exploring the local area.
  • Don't hesitate to enquire with the hotel reception regarding local attractions and travel options.

Day 6 - Barnstaple Half Day

  • This ancient market town lies on the River Taw.
  • Barnstaple’s Pannier Market dates back to Saxon times.
  • St. Anne’s Chapel sits in a pedestrianised precinct in the centre of Barnstaple.

Day 7 - Return Travel

Important Information

Customers will be required to wear face coverings whilst travelling on our coaches and at the interchanges, unless they are unable to do so due to breathing difficulties or a disability. Customers unable to wear a face covering are advised to complete a special requirement form before travelling so the driver is aware. Our drivers and interchange teams will wear face coverings until all customers have boarded the coach and whilst handling luggage. All feeder vehicles will be required to operate in accordance with our Alfa Coaches Covid-secure procedures. Customers will be required to adhere to safety measures at interchange, which are likely to include restrictions on the capacity numbers in the services at any one time and socially distanced queues both inside and outside the Services. We will be utilising employees at the interchange as marshals, to make sure passengers are following the correct social distancing measures whilst providing extra reassurance and support. Random customer temperature checks by members of the team wearing appropriate PPE will be undertaken at the interchange. All excursions and venues featured within our holiday programmes will be risk assessed to ensure that we are still able to still deliver a memorable holiday experience operating in accordance with our own Covid-secure procedures. The availability of any attraction mentioned in the resort or excursion descriptions cannot be guaranteed.

Imperial Hotel

Situated in one of the best positions in Ilfracombe, overlooking the gardens and splendid Landmark Theatre and Conference Centre, close to the shops and only a short almost level walk from the harbour. 104 rooms with central heating and bath or shower and WC. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, intercom, hair dryer and TV with radio channels.

Contact Details

Imperial Hotel
Wilder Road

Tel No: 01271 862536

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