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Acorn Lodge

Acorn Lodge

address

Acorn Lodge,
4 St James Place,
Ilfracombe,
North Devon,
EX34 9BH

phone

01271 862505

online

website | email

Details

A warm welcome awaits you from this friendly, family run, seaside guest house. We are ideally located, just 2 minute, level walking, from the Heritage Harbour, Landmark Theatre, Romantic Restaurants, Ancient Pubs and the local Bus Station/ National Express Coach Stop. Boat Ferries and Day Trips to Lundy Island and the Exmoor Coast. We are on the Southwest Coastpath. Free Wi-Fi.

All rooms are tastefully decorated with Central Heating, Colour TV, Hot Drinks Facilities, Radio/Alarm and Shaving Points. 6 En-Suite rooms, including a Romantic Four Poster can cater for Mid-Week, Week-End, Over Night Stays or that Week/Two Week and longer vacations. Pre-book for Reserved Parking. Non smoking. Sorry No Pets. Tariff £24 to £29.

  • Friendly Accommodation
  • Delightful, light, airy rooms ensure that your stay at The Acorn Lodge will be a special one
  • For a romantic occasion why not book our 4 poster room, or bring the family and enjoy all the comforts of home
  • Double, Family, Twin & 4 Poster En-Suite Rooms
  • Coffee/Tea making facilities
  • Colour TV
  • Full Central Heating
  • Radio/Alarm in all rooms
  • Individually decorated rooms
  • Home cooked English breakfast
  • Vegetarians catered for
  • 5 star Food Hygiene award from Devon Council
  • Free WiFi in all rooms

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