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The Osborne Hotel - Ilfracombe

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Ilfracombe is the largest harbour on the North Devon coast, it has been in existence as a port for several centuries and is today, an ideal centre from which to explore the many attractions that North Devon has to offer.

The Osbourne Hotel boasts 53 en-suite bedrooms, a ballroom, dining room, bar/lounge and a small games room.

There is a mouth-watering menu of treats, plus nightly evening entertainment in the bar area. There is also free Hi-speed Internet access throughout the hotel.

Ideally situated to explore Ilfracombe, the Osbourne is a friendly, family-run hotel offering a warm welcome.

The Tunnels Beaches are within a 1-minute walk away and the landmark theatre and seafront just a 5-minute walk. The Heritage Harbour & Quay are all on a level walk from the hotel. There are many pubs and restaurants around the harbour, where you can sit and watch the world go by. The busy town centre is a short distance away, where you find a busy Farmers Market and lots of independent high street retailers offering lots of variety.



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Included Excursions

Barnstaple & The Quince Honey Farm – Off to Molton we go! Today we visit the recently opened Quince Honey Farm. Here you will get the opportunity to enjoy a guided tour of the honey farm and enjoy the on-site farm shop. You may even be able to have a taste of the different honey on offer (cost included). Our next stop on today's tour is the charming town of Barnstaple, with a mix of new and old, modern and traditional. You will find independent boutique shops in the town, as well as big-name high street shops and a visit to the well known Pannier Market, which is a must, where you will find local food producers selling their delicious delicacies.

Woolacombe – The lively village of Woolacombe with its 3 miles of long golden beach and known for its cleanliness, water quality and facilities. The village itself is alive with great pubs, restaurants, cafés and shops, there is a friendly laid-back atmosphere in Woolacombe making for a most enjoyable visit!