Located in Ilfracombe, Devon
This ground-floor apartment lies on the outskirts of Ilfracombe, Devon and can sleep eight people in four bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 8
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 2
Westwell Hall is a ground-floor apartment situated on the outskirts of Ilfracombe, Devon. Hosting four bedrooms, including a super-king-size (zip/link, can be twins on request), two king-size doubles, and a twin, along with a bathroom and shower room, this property can sleep up to eight people. There is also a kitchen and a living/dining room with an electric fire. Westwell Hall is a beautiful base to use while exploring Devon.
This stunning, ground-floor apartment lies on the edge of Ilfracombe, on the beautiful north coast of Devon. Boasting a contemporary and stylish flair, Westwell Hall offers a delightful base to call home whilst exploring the unspoilt Devonshire coast.
Enter into the amply-equipped kitchen, dominated by a Range cooker, among a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine, ensuring you are fully equipped throughout your stay. Move into the sitting/dining room, featuring an eccentric mix of soft fabrics and colours, here you can kick back after a day on the beach or gather at the dining table and plan for the next adventure. The hallway leads off to the bedrooms, the first offering a king-size bed, while opposite rests a spacious super-king-size with a quaint bay window, where you can perch on the seat and gaze over the garden, followed by another king-size with distant views of the sea, and a charming twin. A bathroom and shower room complete the interior of Westwell Hall.
There is a private patio area where you can make the most of the bubbly hot tub in the evening, while there is also a communal lawn area for family games.
The apartment is well-placed in one of Devon’s most popular towns, home to an idyllic harbour, choice of sandy beaches to sunbathe on, as well as many walking and cycling trails. After building up an appetite, choose from a range of cafés, pubs, restaurants and fish and chips shops for a bite to eat. The town is also packed with history which can be unravelled in Ilfracombe Museum, home to many cultural relics, while the Chapel of St Nicholas is worth paying a visit to and the little ones will enjoy wandering around the aquarium and observing marine life.
Once you’ve seen enough of the town, the magnificent beaches of Croyde and Woolacombe are a short drive, perfect for families and surfing, while Lynton and Lynmouth are further afield but provide plenty of charm and character, or the Exmoor National Park will attract those keen walkers.
Westhall Hall is a glamourous holiday apartment for exploring all that the Devonshire coastline has to offer.
- Gas central heating
- Range electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power included in rent
- Bed linen and towels included in rent
- Off-road parking for two cars
- Patio with hot tub and furniture
- Shared communal lawn
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop, pub and beach all under ½ a mile
Ilfracombe is a picturesque harbour town on the North Devon coast with a reputation as being the culinary and cultural hub of the area. With the 20m high Damien Hirst sculpture Verity overlooking the water (Ilfracombe is Hirst's home town) and a collection of local galleries featuring both local and international artists. There are plenty of great restaurants to try in Fore Street and around the Harbour serving locally sourced food and catering for all tastes and budgets. Booking ahead is recommended especially for restaurants such as The Olive Room.
Lots to do and see in the area including the Tunnels Beaches, Watermouth Family Theme Park and Castle with a great mix of children's activities that appeal to all ages or take a tour of haunted Chambercombe Manor. Visit the award-winning Aquarium to take in a fascinating insight into the marine life of the area or discover the history of the area at Ilfracombe Museum. The scenery is stunning and can be enjoyed along the South West Coast Path with views across the Bristol Channel.