The best hotels in North and Mid Devon

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Broomhill Art Hotel

Muddiford, EX31 4EX

This unusual hotel was totally refurbished before reopening in 2021. It is set in one of the southwest’s most enchanting gardens, which features over 200 sculptures. Each of the rooms is inspired by art-house and cult films such as Velvet Goldmine, Lost in Translation and Betty Blue. The whole place is beautifully furnished and, should any piece of art take your fancy, most of it is available to purchase.

Half Moon Inn

Sheepwash, EX21 5NE

A 16th-century traditional inn with 13 en-suite rooms and an open fire in the bar to keep out any winter chill. Exclusive salmon and trout fishing on the Torridge, guided by Charles Innis; they can provide all the equipment you’ll need – from flies to waders and rods.

Hartland Quay Hotel

Bideford, EX39 6DU

This is the hotel for walkers, and most of your fellow guests will come down to breakfast in their boots. The hotel has been here since 1886 and has a comfortable lounge with spectacular views out to sea – a quiet place to enjoy a good book or just watch the ever-changing view. There’s 13 bedrooms plus an annexe that sleeps seven in three rooms, ideal for families or groups.


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