Royal Hotel

Address: Beech Road, Woolacombe, Devon, England, EX34 7AB, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Beech Road, Woolacombe, is near Woolacombe Beach, Ilfracombe Museum, Tintern, and Tarka Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Woolacombe

      The day has finally arrived!

      A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Oct 30, 2014

      14 comments, 2 photos

      'All our bags are packed and we're ready to go..........'
      Whoop! Whoop! It's been a long time coming but the day has finally arrived to start our European adventure. Having packed Daisy we had to get her weighed to see how much we then had to take off again.......luckily we were well within our limits so Paul didn't have to offload any wine or beer and Mandy can come too!

      It ...

      North Devon

      A travel blog entry by leisurologist on Oct 04, 2014

      3 comments

      ... 20 years ago, with similar SUV’s and vans
      that we have at home. There are probably more varieties and makes of cars than
      we have (eg. Rover, Citroen, or Peugeot) as well they have as all the US and
      Japanese makes. And there seem to be lots of luxury cars wherever we go.

      The other thing that we notice is RV’s, which are gaining in popularity. They may not be
      as big or as plentiful as we have, and not as many styles. ...

      Just a stop over....

      A travel blog entry by jklezok on Sep 29, 2014

      4 photos

      ... are just amazed that these little villages survive.

      Our B&B was a charming house in Wheddon Cross. It was originally built as a tailor's shop but has been converted to a B&B. Now most of the places we have stayed at are Victorian houses, this one was Edwardian. The difference being that Edwardian is less fussy and more plain. I say plain but it was anything but. The halls were wide, the ceilings high and ...

      Its not this way!

      A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

      3 photos

      ... narrowest road ever and we were looking for somewhere to spend the night. A quick google and site found, right on the end of the peninsula, on the beach. We finally rocked up and as we approached could see that it was a special location. Well worth the to'ing and fro'ing. "A pitch for the night please?" "Sorry we don't take dogs!" Again, bugger!

    • Still the scenery was breath taking and worse case scenario was sleeping in Margy by the ...

    • The Tide Is High!!

      A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 24, 2014

      4 photos

      • Well we have finally left Pearls, thought it best before she went to the expense of having the locks changed! She has been a great hostess and we appreciate her hospitality. Anyway I digress. Our route took us passed Ross on Wye, through the Wye Valley and Monmouthshire. After a week in Birmingham its so easy to forget how beautiful the countryside is just a short drive out of the city. We ...