Ilfracombe, Exmoor & Clovelly 5 Days - Imperial
Ilfracombe nestles around a harbour as old and as beautiful as any in Britain with the breathtaking scenery of North Devon as a backdrop. For the energetic there are splendid walks along the Coastal Path, the famous Torrs walks or swimming from the Tunnel beaches and coves. For those who like to take things a bit easier, one can simply stroll through the delightful gardens or while away an hour or two watching the ever-changing harbour scene. A boat trip is a "must" during your stay to see the spectacular cliffs of North Devon or visit the legendary Isle of Lundy. There is also plenty to do in the evenings with theatre, concerts, and cinema, as well as the entertainment provided at our hotel.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Exmoor & Dunster
This picturesque national park is named after the River Exe, the source of which is situated in the centre of the area./nExmoor was designated a National Park in 1954./nSeveral areas within the Exmoor National Park have been declared Sites of Special Scientific Interest due to their flora and fauna./nSet in Exmoor National Park and first referenced in the Doomsday Book./nDunster Castle is a Grade I listed building surrounded by spectacular gardens. (Entrance fees apply. May not be suitable for mobility impaired guests due to steep hills and steps)/nDunster Water Mill is a fine example of a fully-restored working water mill in the West Country./n
Day 3 - Day at Leisure
Day 4 - Bideford & Clovelly
This historic port town is situated on the estuary of the River Torridge./nSir Richard Grenville, who founded many of Elizabeth I's overseas colonies, is commemorated in the parish church./nThe arched bridge is one of the longest medieval bridges in England./nClovelly (entrance included in the tour cost) is a privately owned perfect Devon village which oozes charm as thick as clotted cream./nThe museum, donkey stables, lifeboat station and many historic buildings are open to visitors./nA shuttle service is available to take you from the harbour to the White Rails at a small charge./n
Day 5 - Return Travel
Situated in one of the best positions in Ilfracombe, The Imperial Hotel is overlooking the gardens and splendid Landmark Theatre and Conference Centre. Close to the shops and only a short almost level walk from the harbour. There are 100 rooms, each with central heating and a bath or shower and WC. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, intercom, hair dryer and TV with radio channels. There is also a TV lounge, attractive cosy bar and lounge area. Dance floor where entertainment is provided most evenings. Lift to all floors although the majority of rooms are three stairs above the lift floor levels.