Cleeve House, Luxury Accommodation in Mortehoe, North Devon
Exciting Activities in North Devon
Our Hotel is in Mortehoe, a charming village, moments from Woolacombe beach and a short drive from Exmoor National Park. The stunning South West Coast Path is just a stroll away. Village amenities include a church, public houses, tea room, post office & shops. A regular bus service passes through the village. The renowned surfing beach of Woolacombe is just over a mile away with the beaches of Saunton and Croyde also close by. For the quieter, more relaxed day by the sea, Rockham Bay Beach, a small, secluded and totally lovely retreat is accessed via steps only 800 metres from our cottage/Hotel/B&B/Guest House/Apartment.

Out and About
Mortehoe is an ideal base for all that North Devon has to offer, including walking, cycling, surfing, horse-riding, golf and gardens. Whatever the weather, there is something to do, and our cottage/Hotel/B&B/Guest House/Apartment will make the perfect base for your holiday.

The area around Mortehoe is classed as an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’ and many guests enjoy the local walks, particularly walking the South West Coast Path. It is possible to arrange a walking guide and at the beginning of May there is a popular Walking Festival which draws walkers from all over Britain and abroad.

Golf: There are numerous golf courses in the area including the championship links at Saunton, the Parkland Golf course at Ilfracombe and the golf courses of Willingcott and Easewell less than a mile away.

Riding, surfing, wind-surfing and fishing are among popular activities and more leisurely activities include the Tractor and Trailer rides and Sheepdog trials together with Falconry exhibitions taking place in July and August in Mortehoe.

Marwood Hill Gardens, Arlington Court (National Trust) and Wistlandpound Reservoir are less than ten miles away and Exmoor, Lynton and Lynmouth are less than 15 miles from here

And if all that isn’t enough, you can try your skills at Quad Biking, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Indoor Climbing, Paintball and Sailing.

Attractions
The BIG Sheep North Devon 's Premier all weather attraction
Web address: www.thebigsheep.co.uk
Situated on the North Devon coast just off the A39 Atlantic Highway two miles west of Bideford, The Big Sheep is a superb family attraction.

The Milky Way - North Devon's Great Adventure with lots of things to do, Fun for all the family in Devon
Web address: www.themilkyway.co.uk
Situated on the A39 near Clovelly, 10 miles west of Bideford.

Clovelly Village - cobbled traffic-free streets, with cottages, inns, craft workshops, harbour, donkeys and museum
Web address: www.clovelly.co.uk
Situated just off the A39, 11 miles west of Bideford.

Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park - A sub-tropical paradise with exotic birds, animals and the most realistic dinosaurs
Web address: www.dinosaur-park.com
Situated on the A399 just on the Exmoor side of Combe Martin.

Watermouth Castle - Victorian museum, dungeons, water fountain show, gardens with fairy tale scenes, gnomeland and fairground
Web address: www.watermouthcastle.com
Situated on the A399 between Ilfracombe and Combe Martin.

Dartington Crystal - A working factory, try your hand at a hand cast, painting a glass or glass-blowing. Restaurant and shop
Web address: www.dartington.co.uk
Situated just off the A386 in Great Torrington.

Torrington 1646 - Fun, amusement and abusement in the 17th century. For all ages in all weathers
Web address: www.torrington-1646.co.uk
Situated just off the A386 in Great Torrington.

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