Bed and Breakfast: 6953 Devon

Lydshaw Bed & Breakfast North Devon

Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   No
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Lydshaw - 'A little Treasure in North Devon' - is located in the village of Northam which has a pub, restaurant, takeaways and shops.

Within a mile radius is the maritime town of Bideford, the picturesque old fishing of Appledore and the seaside resort of Westward Ho! with its 2 mile long sandy beach.

Cyclists and walkers can enjoy the nearby Tarka Trail and South West Coastal Path and golfers, The Royal North Devon Golf Course (oldest Club in the country) which Lydshaw overlooks.

In fact the area offers attractions that will appeal to all tastes and ages and Lydshaw is the perfect base for exploring North Devon and all it has to offer.

We are situated in a quiet lane with stunning panoramic seaviews overlooking Bideford Bay.

Lydshaw offers you a double or twin room with private bathroom and seaview.

Rooms are well-equipped with a T.V / Freeview; hospitality tray; hairdryer; complimentary toiletries; fresh linen & towels and a fridge (double room).

There is a large conservatory soley for guests use, equipped with T.V/Freeview/DVD/CD; games and dining facilities.

Guests are welcome to bring back takeaways and beverages.

Just outside is a patio area with garden furniture and a large beautiful garden, all overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Lundy Island and the surrounding towns, villages and landscape that adorns this coast of North Devon.

There is ample off road private parking along with dry and secure storage for leisure equipment.

The cooked breakfast consists of locally sourced produce along with cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts, toasts and preserves. Teas, coffee and fruit juice. Times are flexible.

Lydshaw is a non-smoking establishment except for the designated area in the garden.

Children are welcome and we can provide a cot and high chair.

Unfortunately we can not accommodate pets.

You will be assured of a warm welcome and lots of hospitality so please 'come and enjoy'!

  • Panoramic seaviews.
  • Hospitality and attention to Detail.

Excellent Hospitality
Excellent Hospitality
Garden & Patio with Stunning Sea Views
Garden & Patio with Stunning Sea Views
CSuperb Facilities including Lounge Conservat
CSuperb Facilities including Lounge Conservat
Panoramic Sea Views from all Rooms
Panoramic Sea Views from all Rooms

Rooms:   Family Rooms:   0   Single Rooms:   0  
    Double Rooms:   1   Twin Rooms:   1  
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are not catered for.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed. Except in designated garden area

Post code is: EX39 1BG - 6 Century Drive

Ordinance Survey - Grid reference: SS447286

General road directions from the M5:
Exit the M5 at junction 27 signposted Tiverton & Barnstaple
Then at the roundabout exit on to the A361 to Barnstaple
Barnstaple roundabout turn left onto the A39 - Atlantic Highway to Bideford (10 miles)
On reaching Bideford cross the Torridge Bridge
Turn right at the big roundabout, A361 signed Westward Ho! and Northam

Pass the Durrant Hotel & pass the turning to Appledore on your right

Take the 2nd left turn (just past the memorial statue) into Bay View Road

Take the 2nd right turn into Lundy View

Take the next left turn into Century Drive

After approx 20 metres turn right down a private lane

Lydshaw is the 2nd property along on the right

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Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

£30.00 p.p.p.n / Single Occupancy may apply - £40.00 p.p.p.n / Discounts for children.

Open All Year

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