You’ll never forget your holiday, filled with on-site experiences and off-site adventures! You can choose to relax in our spa, take a swim in our pool, or dip your toes in the sea. Little ones will love our soft play area, kids’ club and a range of daily activities to enjoy in season only. North Devon Resort is ideally located for short and long country walks and rides along the stunning Tarka Trail. The stunning Victorian seaside town of Ilfracombe, with its shops, seafront, and attractions, is just minutes away. It’s everything you need for a Great British Getaway.

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All guests can access our modern, heated indoor swimming pool. It’s warm, welcoming, and the perfect temperature, whatever the weather! Lifeguards are always on duty for peace of mind and protection. Adults can also enjoy our modern sauna.

To use the swimming pool, guests just need to collect a wristband from reception. Visitors are welcome at the pool, and no booking is necessary!

Please note the swimming pool and sauna will be shut from 14 November 2023 until mid-15 March 2024. 

Kids Fun – We have a huge range of activities to keep kids happy and entertained. Our superb indoor soft play area provides all-weather entertainment. During school holidays, we offer a range of children’s activities for kids of all ages.

Don’t miss a meal at the Monkey Puzzle restaurant! Let our talented chefs take you on a culinary journey. You’ll be able to enjoy the best local produce, freshest ingredients and flavours alongside familiar favourites. You can eat in or take away; it’s your choice.

Treat yourself to one of our spa packages. We offer a range of treatments at our Sea Salt Spa to help you relax and unwind. There are different offers available on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays ranging from £25-£40. (Click below for more details). Booking is essential! SPA will remain open all winter.

Group of people surfing, father and daughter playing and beautiful beach in Ilfracombe

North Devon Resort is close to some of North Devon’s most attractive and iconic beaches.

Woolacombe Beach – 4.8 km long, award-winning sandy beach close to Ilfracombe. Loved by surfers, swimmers, and walkers, it’s a must-visit destination.

Tunnels Beaches – Don’t miss four majestic coastal tunnels hand-crafted by Welsh miners. You’ll enjoy exceptional views and a terrific tidal pool.

Hele Beach – Hele Bay is a small cove on the edge of Ilfracombe, boasting sandy beaches and beautiful views. Located next to Hillsborough Nature Reserve, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the beach has been awarded the Blue Flag award for its safe, clean waters.

Tarka Trail – A 180-mile, figure-of-eight route that covers unspoiled countryside and features North Devon’s most dramatic sea cliffs and beautiful beaches.

Exmoor National Park – A unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys, and farmland, shaped by people and nature over centuries.

Combe Martin – Combe Martin Bay has a breath-taking shingle and sand beach, perfect for a late afternoon stroll by the sea.

Ilfracombe Tarka Trail road, Ilfracombe City and Sea Cliffs
Dog playing in beach, relaxing and walking in mountain

North Devon Resort is 100% dog friendly. As well as being welcome around the park, you’ll find a massive range of fantastic dog trails in and around the area. There are miles of coastline and countryside walks for your family and furry friends to enjoy.

Diving & Quad biking – Adrenaline junkies wanted! Explore the hidden depths with a diving experience or book a quad biking session for off-road adventures.

Surfing – North Devon is the UK’s number 1 surfing destination. Learn to surf and catch a wave or enjoy watching – it’s up to you.

Rafting & Coasteering – Hit the water and get rafting and coasteering along the rugged and wild Ilfracombe coastline. Experts will keep you safe and protected.

Group of People surfing, women diving and kayaking

“​From the red deer of Dartmoor, along our meandering rivers, past historic coastal communities, to the diversity of our marine environment stretching beyond Lundy Island, our UNESCO biosphere celebrates life by recognizing the connections between people and nature.”