The Darnley Hotel *** Closed until 2nd December 2020, other than key workers *** Covid-19 Notice to all our guests -please read here >>>>>>
Built in 1921 the Darnley Hotel is independently owned and set in it's own tranquil gardens just yards away from the start of the Ilfracombe High Street. The Sea front is also just a short walk from the Darnley Hotel. The owners have started a rolling programme of updates and investments. The objective of which is to retain the original features throughout the Hotel and provide guests with all the modern conveniences and comforts expected.
*as of 1st Feb 2017
Easy Access to Ilfracombe Town Centre
The Hotel boasts its own private wooded path, which is illuminated at night, leading down to the beginning of the High Street. The Award winning grounds have a stunning variety of flora and fauna on show which entices mixed bird and animal life into the garden.
To book call - 01271 863 955
Ideally situated for the North Devon coast
With its own parking facilities for cars and bicycles the Darnley Hotel is a fabulous place to stay and explore North Devon. The Tarka Trail starts just up the road from the Hotel and the South West coastal path is within view. There are many attractions in the area for young and old alike.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Darnley Hotel.
Set in the heart of Ilfracombe the Darnley Hotel is comprised of 6 rooms suitable for families, couples and individuals.
The Darnley Hotel features home cooked evening meals from our inhouse restaurant which also provides you breakfast in the mornings. A Licensed bar, family rooms, daily courtesy tea trays, en-suite bedrooms and a host of other features.
Our self catering cottages are on one level, each sleep up to four people and have stunning views across Ilfracombe town. Well behaved pets are welcome in our self catering cottages.
Ilfracombe is a short drive away from the beautiful beaches of Woolacombe, Saunton and Croyde famed for the miles of golden sand, surfing, kite flying, swimming and sailing. Ilfracombe is also near Exmoor National Park, and is the main harbour for Lundy Island.