The New Inn Hotel lies at the heart of Clovelly, and has welcomed visitors to North Devon since the 17th century. It is an excellent choice for a family holiday or a romantic short break.
The building has seen many changes, and Victorian photographs show the signboard hanging from a cottage on the other side of the cobbles – this was the main body of the inn until 1914. During restoration work at the time, three cottages in Back Lane were taken over and converted, and now form the bar.
Charles Dickens stayed at the New Inn in 1860, and wrote about Clovelly in his magazine ‘All the Year Round’, giving it the name of “Steepways”.
Stylish en suite guest rooms:
The eight comfortable en suite rooms are light and airy, and because the inn is an historic building, each has its own unique character and personality. The rooms are elegantly decorated in the Arts and Crafts style made famous by William Morris, most offering panoramic vistas or sea glimpses across the waters of Bideford Bay. Three rooms open onto private balconies with a delightful view up the street.
Calming Quay Treatments provide a wide range of holistic treatments in the comfort of your bedroom at either of the Clovelly Hotels or in a treatment room overlooking the sea. .
Calming Quay Treatments are highly qualified and pride themselves on adapting massage and treatment to the client's needs, enabling relaxation, stress relief and to improve sleep patterns. Treatments include the unique Hot Stone treatment (using Clovelly cobbles, volcanic rock and jade), holistic facials, body wraps, hopi ear candle and a variety of other Holistic Treatments.
Please note that the High Street in Clovelly is steep and can be slippery - so do wear sensible footwear. The street is not suitable for wheelchairs, however the Visitor Centre, donkey stables, craft workshops and Mount Pleasant are all wheelchair accessible and make an enjoyable outing in themselves.
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Rates: £58 to £61.50 per person per night.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed.
Parking is 7 mins walk from the Inn down a steep hill. (No Vehicular)
2 Star AA.