Being totally unfamiliar with this corner of England, the reviews on Tripadvisor were influential in persuading us to try out this hotel. It has an ideal setting on the cliff edge between Mortehoe and Woolacombe, far away enough from both to be blissfully quiet at night. Woolacombe has horrendous parking problems so it was a major bonus to be able to walk along the Coastal Path to the beach. Our room was immaculate, with a large comfortable bed, and a bath as well as a shower, which always earns good marks. Neither of us are big breakfast eaters but we could see the other guests tucking into huge and hearty breakfasts. The tariff was very reasonable for midsummer in a major resort. There seemed to be minimum supervision but it all ran like clockwork. My only regret was that the hotel enjoys sensational views but if one does not have a sea-view room one gets much less than the full benefit of them. We would definitely go back but would book early enough to get one of the sea-view rooms.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lundy House Hotel is set directly on the North Devon coastline, with views across to Lundy Island and placed midway between the quaint old village of Mortehoe and the seaside resort of Woolacombe in North Devon.The Lundy House Hotel is a small family run Bed and Breakfast where we aim to give our guests a comfortable, relaxing and truly memorable holiday in idyllic surroundings.The Lundy House Big Breakfast has earned us quite a reputation, especially the porridge served with Devon clotted cream! Vegetarians are always catered for. No need to leave behind the family dog – Pets are most welcome. Only a small charge! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Lundy House Hotel Woolacombe, Devon