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The Rocks Hotel - Woolacombe

The Rocks Hotel - Woolacombe

address

The Rocks Hotel,
Beach Road,
Woolacombe,
Devon,
EX34 7BT

phone

01271 870361

online

website | email

Details

The Rocks Hotel provides contemporary en-suite accommodation in the heart of Woolacombe and only 300 yards from the 3 miles of unspoilt world class sandy beaches

The South West Coast path is also approximately 500 yards from our door, coast walks that are a source of outstanding natural beauty, and varied wildlife, seals and basking sharks can often be seen.

We will offer a free transport service to and from Ilfracombe harbour for anyone choosing to stay at The Rocks Hotel.

The Lambert family bought the Hotel in 2008, and spent the next year totally refurbishing it.

We opened for business in April 2009, and had a great year, meeting so many lovely people that we are now looking forward to meeting many more in 2010.

The Rocks Hotel has 10 en-suite rooms

We also have a well equipped two bedroomed self catering apartment attached to the Hotel.

Please call us on 01271 870361 if you have any questions, we look forward to hearing from you.

Should you decide to stay with someone else, we know you will love your holiday wherever you stay on the beautiful North Devon Coast.

Just some of our features include:

     
  • A range of wet suits, surf/body boards that are free for our guests use.
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  • An outside surf board store
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  • An outside shower
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  • A sun deck area
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  • Private parking

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