Christmas Breaks at The Royal Hotel

The elegant setting of our historic hotel creates a wonderful festive atmosphere for your Christmas break - make this year extra special, knowing that every detail of your festive escape is already planned!

The quality of our food and service is second to none and we have a fabulous festive programme and spectacular surroundings to keep you entertained.

Stay for two nights to enjoy everything North Devon has to offer - Christmas will be in the air, and however you decide to spend it, we know you'll have a wonderful time.  

Dates: 24th to 26th December 2018, 2 nights

Room only: £60
Bed and Breakfast: £80
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast: £105

Stay tip: Add Christmas day lunch for just £75 per person - See menu!

To find out more and to book please contact our reception team on 01271 472005 or use the 'Book Now' button to book online.

Things to do in North Devon this Christmas



20% off Cream Teas at the New Inn and Red Lion in Clovelly village.

World famous for its cobbled, traffic-free street, donkeys, sledges and historic harbour. The stunning views, peaceful tranquillity and cobbled, traffic-free, high street of this fishing village, built into a cleft in a 400' high cliff, tumbles its way down past whitewashed cottages festooned with flowers to the tiny working port.

Click here to find out more

Rosemoor Gardens

Rosemoor Gardens

£8 entry instead of £12.65

At Rosemoor gardens, you can enjoy 65-acres of beautifully planted flower beds, set within a pretty wooded valley. The gardens are home to plants from around the world. Events take place through the year, there's lots of shopping to be done and children's activities keep little green-fingers amused. We look more at what Rosemoor offers in this news piece.

Or visit their website 

Dartington Crystal

Dartington Crystal

We previously did a news piece on Dartington; Dartington Crystal Factory and Visitor Centre in North Devon

See the world famous range of Dartington Crystal glassware and try your hand at glass blowing whilst there. You'll learn all about the glassmaker's history, see their famous creations and shop to you drop for homeware and gift items. Then it's time for a tour of the factory to see the glassmakers at work, blowing and shaping glass to create pieces you may have at home. 

Go to their Visitor Centre website for details