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Trimstone Manor Country House Hotel

Trimstone Manor Country House Hotel

address

Trimstone,
Nr Woolacombe,
North Devon,
EX34 8NR

phone

01271 862841

online

website | email

Details

This stunning Country House Hotel is set in 44 acres of landscaped gardens and beautiful North Devon countryside. It is located within minutes of fine sandy beaches, such as Croyde, Woolacombe and Saunton, yet so accessible to the A361, too.

It is also within easy reach of Ilfracombe, Exmoor and the famous North Devon coastal path offering spectacular views.

The property, with origins in the Domesday Book and parts dating back some 400 years, was tastefully converted to a hotel in 1976 and has recently undergone a major refurbishment. 

Our on-site “Tyme Restaurant” (which is also open to non-residents) is open all year for evening meals, Sunday and week-day lunches, private parties, weddings, conferences and workshops, etc. Please visit our website for details of special offers available and call 01271 868050 to check availability.

In addition to the Lounge Bar and Tyme Restaurant, the Hotel boasts wonderful facilities including en-suite bedrooms and suites, several Self-Catering Cottages, a courtyard and extensive gardens where you can relax with a glass of wine. This, coupled with an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi and games room for residents means that Trimstone Manor Country House Hotel has everything you need to relax and enjoy your stay. Groups and children welcome.

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