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New Inn
High Street, Clovelly, Devon EX39 5TQ
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Allowing guests to step back in time, the New Inn dates to the 17th century and is situated amid the narrow cobbled streets of Clovelly. This quaint hotel offers a unique accommodation experience with its intimate atmosphere, pretty guest rooms and views of the centuries-old village. Guests at the hotel can enjoy the unhurried pace of life in this vehicle-free community in between excursions to the outstanding Devonshire coastline. The nearest large town to Clovelly is Barnstaple, 19 miles away.

Tariff from 75 per room per night

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So peaceful, quaint & friendly, we had a lovely time, the weekend went too fast, could have done with a week. The New Inn was clean, well run, and the staff were very friendly, breakfast was spot on, what ever you wanted, we can't fault the hotel at all. Anyone wanting to get away from it all, then Clovelly is it, it is a wonderful place to stay.
The New Inn Hotel was lovely and very individual although the restaurant being closed for refurbishment was not ideal, especially as The Red Lion restaurant was closed for refurbishment at the same time. The village is lovely and SO peaceful, although you have to be fit to climb the hill! Friendly staff in the hotel. Out of season the area of North Devon as a whole does seem very short of pubs and restaurants to get a good evening meal at, and those that do serve food are extremely busy.
We arrived late afternoon after a quick jaunt around Barnstaple. Our arrival was through thick misty fog, which settled at the top of the village. Walking down the cobbled street towards the hotel was entertaining - not least because of the dampness settling on the polished stones, but seeing the looks on the faces of the grokels leaving!. Having settled into our lovely room, we decided to take a jaunt to the Harbour. It was a beautiful afternoon, the misty/fog being stuck at the top of the hill, which left us feeling somewhat honoured, as if Clovelly was being kept clear for us! We decided on a pint or two with the locals in the Red Lion. Thus refreshed we returned to the New Inn hotel for dinner. Dinner was lovely, the restaurant being quite busy! We enjoyed a lovely bottle of Rioja with our supper and then retired to bed. The following morning, having feasted on a huge breakfast, we enjoyed a trip to Bude and then to Hartland. The rock formations at Hartland Quay were amazing. Lunchtime we headed back to Clovelly to undertake the cliff walk. Not a walk for the faint hearted by virtue of the dramatic drops! Not being good with heights I kept away from the edge but did manage to shuffle forward enough to see two seals playing in the beautiful calm water. We made our way to the end of the walk and back, and staggered back into Clovelly for more... Read full review ]


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