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Chambercombe Cottagesblank

Chambercombe Lane, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 9RJ, United Kingdom
Tel: 01271 862202

Chambercombe Manor is a most unique and intriguing property, steeped in history and legend is montioned in the Doomsday book. From around 1162 Chambercombe was owned by the father of Lady Jane Grey.


Our five cottages offer ideal holiday accommodation for everybody. Set in a secluded valley position in 16 acres of woodlands and 3 acres of gardens, our guests can enjoy the beautiful gardens with large lawn, ponds and flower beds.


There are some stunning walks. Ilfracombe to Lee Bay, Hunters Inn to Woody Bay, along the coast at Mortehoe and many, many more. The Ilfracombe golf course, Hele Bay beach and horse riding are near by. If you stay in one of our cottages you will be able to have a discounted guided tour of the Manor House.


All our cottages have a bath with shower. Electricity and bed linen are included, please note that towels are not provided. Cots and highchairs are available. There is a washing machine in Fuchsia, Rose and Hayloft. There are extensive shared gardens and ample parking. A welcome hamper service is available if required. Short breaks available all year round.




3 or 4 Nights

Prices From:

7 Nights

Prices From:


Sleeps 3£155.00£505.00
CourtyardSleeps 5£175.00£555.00
FuchsiaSleeps 5£170.00£545.00
RoseSleeps 5£170.00£545.00
HayloftSleeps 6£190.00£625.00



Room/unit types


Gradings & Awards

  • Local Inspection

Establishment Features

  • Children welcome
  • Cot and/or High Chair available
  • Car Parking - On Site
  • Credit/Debit Cards - Mastercard & Visa
  • Disabled Access - Limited
  • Dogs/Pets welcome by arrangement - in courtyard and Laurel Dene
  • Garden/patio for guests use
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Licensed Tea Room - open 11am to 3pm
  • Linen available - Free of charge
  • Short Breaks
  • Washing/drying facilities
  • Wifi

Driving directions

Leave the M5 motorway at junction 27 and follow the A361 to Barnstaple, through Braunton to Ilfracombe. Pass through Ilfracombe town centre until you see the Thatch Pub on your right, turn right here and follow the brown signs saying Chambercombe Manor.

TypeMax peopleName
Sleeps up to 55Courtyard Cottage
Sleeps up to 55Fuchsia
Sleeps up to 66Hayloft
Sleeps up to 33Laureldene
Sleeps up to 55Rose
Tariff nameRoom / unit type
TariffSleeps up to 3From £154.98 per week 
TariffSleeps up to 5From £175.00 per week 
TariffSleeps up to 6From £189.98 per week 


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As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per unit per week for self-catering accommodation. Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.


Advise the establishment immediately of any change in your accommodation requirements. Please remember that when making a booking you are entering into a legally binding contract and any changes for whatever reason may be subject to a cancellation fee in addition to losing any deposit you may have paid. Please check at the time of booking with the establishment. We strongly advise you to take out holiday insurance, this can be arranged through your chosen establishment or through your local insurance agent.


In the unlikely event you are not happy about an aspect of your holiday accommodation we recommend you bring your concerns to the attention of the management of your establishment, so the problem can, if possible, be remedied at the time. If there is no improvement you should call at the Tourist Information Centre and put your concerns in writing. The issue can then be investigated by the IDTA. You can also make your concerns known to the organisation that has inspected the establishment and again we advise you to do this in writing.