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Get ready to go off-road: ‘dogs and muddy boots’ are welcomed at this inviting quayside inn, which stands right on the South West Coastal Path as it snakes around the Torridge estuary. More

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The Seagate
The Quay,
Appledore
Devon
EX39 1QS
England
01237 472589
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‘Dogs and muddy boots’ are welcomed at this inviting quayside inn, which stands right on the South West Coastal Path as it snakes around the Torridge estuary. The white-painted 17th-century inn is managed by Phil and Jan Hills. Extensively refurbished, the simple, airy bedrooms (some beamed) have tea- and coffee-making facilities, and a modern bathroom. Children big and small might like the bunk bed in the family room. New chef Sean Sives cooks daily specials based on the day’s catch; summer weekends, queue up for a shrimp or two off the barbecue. Two terraces have tables and seating, and impressive views across the water. At breakfast: local yogurts, fresh fruit, a good selection of cooked dishes. Open-plan restaurant/bar (local ales); 2 terraces, walled garden. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV. ‘Easy listening’ background music. Parking. Children and dogs welcomed. 2 miles from Bideford. 10 bedrooms. Per room B&B single £70, double from £99. 2-night min. stay at weekends preferred. Dinner £24.

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This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.

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The Seagate
The Quay,
Appledore
Devon
EX39 1QS

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