Seaclusion is in this striking waterfront apartment building.
A private balcony with panoramic sea views runs the full width of the apartment with access from the living-room and the main bedroom.
A large open plan living/dining-room, with kitchen at one end opens up onto the wide balcony.
This is the view in front of you from your balcony. You can see for miles all along the coast. Unique natural habitat Lundy Island is in view too (and well worth a visit).
Nassau Court offers you a secure dedicated underground parking place. This is the approach.
This is the view of the balcony in the other direction.  There is plenty of outside seating for relaxing and eating al fresco.
The contemporary kitchen has plenty of storage and there is a very useful separate utility room off it.
Panoramic views from the comfortable living-room.
The kitchen is fitted along the back wall of this open plan space.  The utility-room is through the first door on the right.
Eat outside on a beautiful day. The sea is just as mesmerising out-of-season.
This is the main bedroom with balcony access.
You can lie in bed and listen to the sea.
The main bedroom has a spacious en suite shower-room.
The twin bedroom is to the right as you come into the apartment. The window faces internally but has privacy blinds as well as curtains.
The single bedroom is to the left as you enter the apartment.
This is the family bathroom. There is an extra wide door which is so useful for any guests with mobility issues.
The interior is presented as a home-from-home and you will feel very welcome here.
This is the entrance hall.
This is the utility-room off the kitchen. A practical space to make life easy.
Little friendly touches throughout the apartment will make you feel welcome.
There is a large natural sea pool just along from the apartment and lots of rock pools to explore.
A long promenade along the seafront is great for strolling.  There is a central park area with the shops and cafes around it.
Just down the road is the Pier House. A wonderful cheerful pub with lots of outside seating.
This is the little centre of Westward Ho!
It is easy to pick up the South West Coastal Path from here.
A visit to Lundy Island is well worth it. You can get a boat from the quay in nearby Bideford.
Lovely Appledore and Instow - facing each other across the Torridge Estuary are nearby.
North Devon is home to some of the most spectacular sandy surfing beaches - such fun for all the family. This is Woolacombe.

Seaclusion

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Westward Ho! / Sleeps 5 + cot

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Pier House (200 yards)

With stunning sea views, this bar and restaurant sits on a dramatic cifff edge. A relaxed popular spot, call in for light snacks, drinks or a three course meal. When the weather is fine you can enjoy a decked sun terrace, perfect for alfresco dining.

Nearest beach

Westward Ho! Beach (2 miles)

Two miles of sand stretching into the distance backed by a pebble ridge which divides the beach from Northam Burrows Country Park, a magnificent stretch of salt marsh, grassland and dunes.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Miss Taylor September 2016

the pier house

Gorgeous restaurant serving lovely food. Stunning views while you eat.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Selby April 2012

Awesome beach for surfers/bodyboarders!

This beach is incredible...2 miles of the most incredible surf I've ever seen and however busy it gets it never seems crowded.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Miss Morgan September 2011

Felt like I was a kid again

The beach is huge....3miles of it! Although it's a sandy beach, the sand never actually dried out during our visit. But that was great for sandcastle building. Plenty of surfers make use of the beach and the rock pools are fantastic. Great fish and chip shop just up from the beach. Parking is easy. Definitely worth a visit.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mr and Mrs Douglas-Mann September 2010

Vast expanses of golden sand

Westward Ho! beach is a 'Blue Flag' beach, offering vast expanses of golden sand. Good for surfing, it is patrolled by lifeguards and is one of the safest in the area. An added attraction for youngsters are the many rock pools to explore at low tide.

Nearest walk

The Tarka Trail Westleigh (2 ¾ miles)

The Tarka Trail covers over 160 miles of pathways and bridleways in Devon and forms part of the Devon Coast to Coast Cycle Route. The trail will take you pretty much as far as you want to wander with easy flat paths and estuary views. Just watch out for cyclists, it's a popular route.

Nearest town

Westward Ho! (½ mile)

One of only two places in the world to feature a '!' as part of its name, Westward Ho! lays claim to a fantastic beach. Over two miles long the beach offers lots to see and do. Walk along the sandy shore and see if you hap across one of the three wrecks often totally submerged in the sand. Westward Ho! beach is popular amongst surfers and there are lifeguards on duty in the summer. Doggy restrictions apply.

Also nearby

Tea on the Green (½ mile)

A retro delight, to take tea back in the forties and fifties close to the seafront at Westward Ho!. A traditional tearoom with cakes and light bites to be washed down with a variety of teas and coffee. This lovely little cafe was voted the best for 2011/2012 in the North Devon Food Awards.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Mackenzie June 2019

You need to feel hungry before you call in here.

Fantastic small retro café serving hot and cold light meals along with cream teas to die for. Sit outside looking at the sea and town green on inside and wallow in an era gone by. Food excellent, portions enormous and staff were efficient and friendly.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Adams August 2015

Still fantastic!

We first found Tea on the Green in 2012, and whenever we've been anywhere close (that means within a 1 and half hour drive!!) we've always spent the day at Westward Ho! and included something to eat here. The lunches are great, with excellent choices (you won't go hungry) and the cakes are magnificent. It's always busy though, so you have to be prepared to wait or maybe sit outside.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Shippam September 2014

The cream teas really are to die for!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Burton September 2012

A visit a must if you are in Westward Ho

What a lovely little place to stop for tea and cake. Although it was next to where we were staying whatever time of day we walked past it was always full and we determined to try it during our week in Westward Ho so waited across the road until a table outside was empty and ran across before another lucky person was able to sample their lovely food and surroundings. Just amazing.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Selby April 2012

WOW!!!! The MOST incredible tea shop!

You MUST visit this tea shop! From the outside it's easy to miss or walk past as its not big but once inside it is just fantastic. all decor and music is 1950's and there is so much attention to detail especially the lovely crockery. But best of all the menu is amazing. Cakes are delicious and such a great choice of drinks and food. I'd recommend booking a table to avoid any disappointment!

The Square Studio (1 ½ miles)

A quaint arts and crafts shop offering locally produced goods. Arts and crafts workshops are available, contact the studio for further details.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Selby May 2012

A real gem of a craft shop well worth a visit!

I visited the Square Studio to purchase a couple of birthday gifts for friends and ended up coming away with more!! What an amazing showcase of local talent. Beautifully presented shop with very reasonably priced unique items you really want to buy. I look forward to visiting again and would definitely consider one of their craft workshops when I next visit. What a fun and different activity to do on holiday! Can't wait to go back!

The Big Sheep (1 ¾ miles)

Lots to do here, from feeding lambs and watching sheepdog trials to pony and tractor rides.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Selby October 2014

Much, much more than sheep!

There really is something for the whole family at The Big Sheep. Sheep racing, dog trials, sheep shearing, train rides, swan pedaloes, horse riding, pedal go karts, trampolines, indoor soft play with giant slides, outdoor laser tag all year round, archery tag in the summer, giant swing, great cafe and seasonal events.....!! We never get bored of this adventure park. Its reasonably priced, great fun and well organised.

Instow (3 miles)

Located where the rivers Taw and Torridge combine and flow into the sea, Instow is a pretty waterside village and perfect for a spot for sailing or windsurfing, and for families to take advantage of the sheltered sandy beaches.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2017

Pretty Village

Such a pretty village and the local beaches are lovely. Try John's Deli, a great place for breakfast, lunch, cakes etc.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mr Goetz April 2014

Have Cream Tea at the Commodore Hotel

The Commodore Hotel offers Cream Tea for non-residents. You can sit inside or outside and enjoy a good cream tea as well as a gorgeous view across the estuary. If the tide is coming up and the sun is setting, this is a marvelous experience.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Miss Dance August 2013

Beautiful, sleepy Instow

Instow is a pretty little village and makes a perfect base for exploring North Devon. It retains a sedate pace of life, perfect for winding down from the rat race. Johns' deli provides everything you need to spoil yourself at breakfast time, and there are a couple of restaurants to spoil you at suppertime. The Tarka Trail is on your doorstep and it would be rude not to hire some bikes and meander through the pretty Devon countryside for an hour or two.

Appledore Instow Ferry (2 ½ miles)

There has been a ferry here for many centuries, always providing a well used service. The ferry that runs today is community run and offers the chance to nip across theTaw and Torridge Estuary and explore both sides!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Mrs Burgess April 2016

Don't miss out

This is a great little ferry, the kids loved going on it and so did the dad's nipping over to instow for a cheeky pint or two.

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