Spring Breaks - March rooms from £40

Book a spring break from just £40 per person - up to 22% off

1st - 31st March inclusive

Beat the crowds and escape to North Devon during spring. Enjoy mild days with walks along the coast and on the beach, visit local gardens in full bloom and see the wildness of Exmoor.

Round off your days by relaxing in our Health and Leisure Club, taking in a swim, chilling out in our sauna and kicking back on a hot stone bed.  

Stay at The Barnstaple Hotel during March from just £40 per person per night*, which includes;

Bonus: Add a luxury dinner for just £15 per person in our Brasserie Restaurant.

Book today via our Reception Team on 01271 376221 or 'Book Now'...

*Terms and Conditions

Prices are per person per night, based on two people sharing a Garden Court Room between 1st - 31st March 2019 inclusive for 3 nights or more. Upgrades available at additional cost. 

SPRING BREAKS 2019

Spring breaks at The Barnstaple Hotel 2019 

Things to do

Whilst staying with us at The Barnstaple Hotel here are just a few of the things to do locally...

The Tarka Trail

The Tarka Trail

The much-loved book Tarka The Otter was the inspiration for this famous series of footpaths and cycle paths around North Devon . Experience the wonderful variety of the local countryside, including rugged moorland, gorgeous wooded valleys, cliff top views and beautiful sandy beaches. Bikes can be hired locally at Tarka Trail Cycle Hire in Barnstaple.

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Dartington Crystal

Dartington Crystal

Watch the highly skilled craftsmen shape beautiful crystal perfecting an art form 3 000 years in the making. The tour of the glass factory allows visitors to get really close in complete safety on elevated viewing galleries.

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Clovelly

Clovelly

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.

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