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Harcourt Hotelblank

49 Fore Street, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 9DJ, United Kingdom
Tel: 01271 862931

Small family run hotel, situated in the heart of Ilfracombe, close to harbour (Lundy sailing point) shops and sea front.  The hotel has 8 ensuite bedrooms, some with sea views.  All rooms have beverage making facilities and freeview Tv´s, free Wifi throughout the hotel. Limited free parking available but situated close to pay & display car park.

Children of all ages welcome and dogs welcome for a small charge.  Licensed bar.


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
  • Credit Card - American Express
  • Garden/patio for guests use
  • Separate guests` lounge
  • Short Breaks
  • Special diets catered for
  • Special provisions for cyclists - cycle storage available, early breakfast, pack lunches available
  • Special provisions for walkers - Drying facilities available, flask filling, pack lunches


Driving directions

Tourist Information Centre turn right out of car park to first set of lights, turn left into Northfield road, next left into High Street, Bear left at the point where the road divides into Fore Street, go straight on at No Entry sign (access is permitted for Hotel), the Harcourt Hotel is down this road on the left hand side.From Junction 27 of the M5, take the A361 to Barnstaple. Continue on the A361 following signs to Ilfracombe.

On entering Ilfracombe from Mullacott Cross, go straight on at the first and second set of traffic lights. Bear left at the point where the road divides into Fore Street, go straight on at No Entry sign, the Harcourt Hotel is down this road on the left hand side.


Other transport

Train to Barnstaple and then bus available into Ilfracombe.  Buses run regularly into Barnstaple and surrounding areas.  Bus stops at the bottom of the road (approx 200yds).

TypeMax peopleName
Double - ensuite2
Double - ensuite2
Double - ensuite2
Family - ensuite3Double and Single Bed
Family - ensuite3Double and Single Bed
Single - ensuite14ft Bed
Single - ensuite14ft Bed
Twin - ensuite2Situated on the 3rd floor
Tariff nameRoom / unit type
TariffFamily - ensuiteFrom £90.00  per night 
TariffTwin - ensuiteFrom £70.00  per night 
TariffDouble - ensuiteFrom £70.00  per night 
TariffSingle - ensuiteFrom £35.00  per night 


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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.


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