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Harcourt Hotel

Harcourt Hotel

address

Harcourt Hotel
Fore Street
Ilfracombe
North devon
EX34 9DJ

phone

01271 862931

online

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At Harcourt Hotel, Ilfracombe, North Devon we offer guest accommodation with many of the features of a small hotel. Situated in Fore Street, the heart of Ilfracombe, we are in close proximity to all amenities, including the harbour, shops, sea front, bus station and theatre. We pride ourselves on a clean and friendly, home from home environment, but still provide many of the excellent qualities of a hotel.

We are currently achieving 50% repeat / recommend customer returns ( that speaks for itself )

Harcourt Hotel in Ilfracombe, Devon, UK is a small “dog friendly”, family run hotel situated between the sea front, harbour and shops. We take great pride in providing you with a home from home environment where you are free to come and go as you please, where you can simply unwind and relax.

The Harcourt Hotel has great facilities and meeting “Boots” the parrot is a must!

Open all year round except Christmas and New Year for holidays of any period

*1 minute walk to Bus Station
*Large TV Lounge to relax in
*Bar with Variety of Wines spirits and beers
*Games room with pool table and dart board
*Outside sitting area
*Payphone
*Centrally located for high street shops, harbour and sea front
*Limited on site parking
*Wifi Internet Connection
*Close to Ilfracombe’s nightlife
*Small charge for dogs

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