Early Spring Deals - Rooms from £45

19th - 31st March 2019

Early spring is one of the best times to visit beautiful North Devon. March, in particular, is a quiet time to visit, just as nature and the sunny weather comes back to life.  

Book a March break in Bideford, North Devon, from just £45 per person per night, which includes:

Stay tip: Add a luxury dinner for just £15 per person, also in the luxurious Regency Restaurant.

Book today via our Reception Team on 01237 472005 or use our online system...

Terms and Conditions

£45 price is per person per night based on two people sharing a Standard Room with breakfast for two nights or more, between 19th and 31st March 2019 inclusive. Single supplements apply. Room upgrades available at additional costs.  

North Devon Gardens

Embrace the spring weather and nature with these must-visit gardens...

Hartland Abbey & gardens

Hartland Abbey & gardens

10% off entry fee

Hartland Abbey has beautiful gardens and grounds and it welcomes visitors into the stately home from the end of March until October. It's the cherished home of the Stucley family with treasures and memorabilia collected over many generations. Visit to see the house and gardens, then fall in love with the family attraction and the regular events. 

The Hartland Abbey website provides more detail

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 

Broomhill Sculpture Gardens

Broomhill Sculpture Gardens

Where art and culture meet in magical surroundings. Broomhill lies in one of the most glorious valleys in N.Devon, surrounded by hundreds of acres of woodland and bound by its own stream. Over the years the gardens have organically grown into one of the largest permanent collections of contemporary sculpture in the south west of England. 

Click here to find out more