|Travel by Coach||Days|
Day One - Home to Ilfracombe
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Ilfracombe, where we’ll check in to the Bay Dilkhusa Grand Hotel and enjoy an evening meal. (D)
Days Two and three - Ilfracombe
We’ll have a great time, as we discover the delights of North Devon, and enjoy our great value Bay Inclusive package. (B,D)
Day Four - Ilfracombe to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)
Four drinks vouchers - Bay Inclusive Package
Make the most of four drinks vouchers per person, per night on this holiday!
Dilkhusa Grand Hotel
The Dilhusa Grand is perfectly situated hotel in the centre of the attractive town of Ilfracombe very close to the high street which has a number of fantastic independent shops, bars and restaurants.
Just across the road from the hotel are the wonderful Jubilee Gardens which contain the fascinating Ilfracombe Museum and the Landmark theatre. Or if you are feeling a bit more active head to the top of Capstone Parade, the cliff that overlooks town for great views back across Ilfracombe.
The town is perfectly situated between Exmoor and the North Devon Heritage coast, both of which have stunning coastal views and an amazing variety of wildlife across the two regions. Especially easy to reach by both bus and car is the quaint resort of Woolacombe which is famous for its vast and pretty sandy beach.
In the hotel you can relax in modern bars and lounges with evening entertainment on a regular basis and enjoy plenty of dining options in the restaurant which has a wide ranging menu. The hotel in general is a great place to socialise and meet new friends which will ensure your trip to Ilfracombe is a memorable as possible.
Half Day: Barnstaple
We take an excursion to the attractive market town of Barnstaple, North Devon’s oldest and largest town, nestling in the Taw Valley. Take a walk up to the top of the mount that used to house Barnstaple Castle for a great view of the town and the River Taw winding its way towards the Bristol Channel. Alternatively the town’s museum is free to enter and houses a huge number of interesting items from the history of North Devon.