Torridge House is a comfortable, unfussy, Georgian house situated in the centre of old Appledore, offering high quality B and B in a completely relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Appledore is a quaint old fishing village known for its artistic community and there are many galleries and quality craft shops tucked away all over the village.
We are ideally situated within walking distance of the South West Coast Path, local beaches and the Royal Devon Golf Course.
RHS Rosemoor and Marwood gardens, are about 20 minutes away.
The individually decorated rooms have modern en-suite facilities.
There are all the usual things that you would expect like tea/coffee making facilities, wi-fi, hi-fi/ipod docs and plenty of books and music.
There is a guest's lounge where you can unwind after your journey, watch television, play games, read a book and have a pre dinner drink.
There is also a large private garden, bursting with unusual plants and wildlife, for lounging about in when the sun is shining.
The food I serve is of the best quality and where possible locally produced and free range - I keep my own bunch of unruly chickens! I make my own bread, marmalade and jams. And, if you have any special dietary requirements I will do my best to meet them.
There is no fixed times for meals - breakfast is served at your convenience not mine. I can also offer an evening meal by prior arrangement.
For anyone staying more than a brief night here I hope that you will make the transition from guest to someone relaxed enough to use the house as a second home.
Beautiful rooms with super comfy beds
Friendly relaxed atmosphere
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Dogs and cats welcome by prior arrangement.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. vegetarian,vegan,lactose/gluten intolerant etc.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
Appledore is about 3 miles from Bideford and the A39.
As you come down the hill into Appledore turn left at the sign to the Maritime Museum at Odun Road.
Just past the car parks on the right take the first right, Bude Street, and Torridge House is about half-way down on the left hand side.