Essential Worker Accommodation

19th April - 16th May | £65 room only  

We are pleased to announce The Barnstaple Hotel has reopened offering home-from-home accommodation 7 days a week for essential workers, allowing them to enjoy luxury surroundings while they continue their hard work.

During your stay experience mouthwatering cuisine, prepared with the finest locally sourced ingredients from the comfort of your own room with room service available, or if the weather permits it, you can dine with us alfresco. 

Please note that there are plans in place to help safeguard team members, as well as the very important essential workers staying with us and so we ask that all guests follow government guidelines regarding essential travel.

We advise checking and complying with existing government guidelines on what is classed as 'Essential Travel' prior to booking.

For further information on our covid policies please contact us directly on 01271 376221.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all essential workers across the country from the bottom of our hearts and are grateful for all their hard work during these difficult times.

Included in your booking is the following;

  • Comfortable Ensuite Rooms

  • FREE wifi and parking 

  • FLEXIBLE cancellation policy - 3 pm day before check-in!  NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED!

To book please call our friendly reception team on 01271 376221 or ‘Book Now’.

Covid-19 Procedures

Covid-19 Procedures

From social distancing to facemasks, to our 24 hour cancellation period - here is everything you need to know about our COVID-19 policies so that you can relax when you make a booking with us. 

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Dining Options

Dining Options

Relax in the comfort of your home away from home whilst igniting your taste buds, with our room service facilities. Whether you want to start the day right with Breakfast in your room or fancy Dining Alfresco between 11am - 3pm.

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Terms & Conditions: Prices are per room per night based on a small double on a 'Room Only' basis. Subject to existing Government guidelines on 'Essential Travel'.