Budget Friendly Places to Stay in North Devon

To make your stay complete, it is essential to find the most suitable hotel for you. Keeping true to the character of the town, there are both luxurious and flashy hotels, budget bed and breakfast establishments (b&b’s) run by lovely couples, and everything in between.

There are established chains where one knows what to expect, cheap hotels with reasonable prices for the bargain conscience traveller, and even self catering apartments and cottages in which you can use as your home away from home. Whether your visit is for business pleasure make sure the place you stay has everything you need be it complimentary breakfast, onsite parking, wireless internet, wheelchair access, or proximity to nearby the nightlife, eateries, and pubs.

One just has to decide on the criteria for the accommodation. Many Barnstaple b&b’s, cottages along with cheap hotels are conveniently situated near to the local train station or bus station with many sights in easy walking distance. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the town centre at night, there are numerous places to stay further out.

starCheap Accommodation in Barnstaple North Devon

Explore the Charming Town of Barnstaple in North Devon UK

accommodation in barnstaple town centreThe charming city of Barnstaple, in North Devon, is a former port town with a past steeped in merchant trading, export and imports, and a developing present filled with fine shopping, festive events, great restaurants and bars. You’ll have no trouble finding a holiday accommodation such as a bed and breakfast or historical inn for your stay.

Barnstaple is transit friendly and easily accessible via motorway or by train. Furthermore, there is an array of appealing activities and interesting attractions that make the town special.

The shopping alone is a marriage of traditional and modern opportunities. Kitschy and colourful boutiques are woven throughout hundreds of retail shops and family owned businesses prominently featured in the town centre and along High Street. It is no wonder Barnstaple is the shopping capital of North Devon. Not to be forgotten are the local food vendors selling their delicious wares in the Pannier Market and on Butchers Row. The market is very extensive and goes beyond just produce to also supply meat, fish, eggs, cheese, cider, and baked goods all freshly made by local food producers.

budget friendly b&b roomAfter getting your fill of shopping, why not partake in a free guided heritage walking tour which covers Library Square and St. Anne’s Chapel from the 14th century. For the outdoor enthusiast, Barnstaple makes a great base for further exploration of the north Devon beaches and Exmoor National Park.

Castle Hill gardens offer visitors the setting of 50 acres of stunning views and picturesque English gardens set in the rolling hills of Devon. Alternatively, there’s plenty of culture to be found.

The town is home to Queen’s Theatre, a classic 650-seat theatre that puts on a variety of renowned acts throughout the year ranging from cabaret, to stand-up comedy to ballet. The regional museum invites the public to view for free the collections, displays and art exhibitions featured in the antiquated Victorian building.

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B&B or Hotel Room near Barnstaple Railway Station EX31 2AU

Barnstaple railway station is the terminus of the Tarka Line. The station lies 39 miles or 63 km north west of Exeter St Davids, in Devon, England.

Address Barnstaple Train Station : Station Road, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 2AU

Location of the City

Location : the town is located in the northern part of Devon in England UK, and lies on the banks of the River Taw.

Cardiff International Airport and hotels in Wales is 37 miles away.

Region : South West of England

County : (North) Devon. To the west is Cornwall and to the east are the county’s of Dorset (Exeter hotels) and Somerset (Bath city centre).

Nearby Attractions and Sights

Exmoor Zoo

(South Stowford, Bratton Fleming EX31 4SG, England)

Zoo located in Exmoor, within easy reach of Barnstaple. The zoo has a great variety of animals and a huge play area for children. Great for families.

Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum

(Arlington, North Devon EX31 4LP, United Kingdom)

Lovely and fascinating country house and grounds. Arlington Court has something to enjoy for everyone. The Carriage Museum includes the Speaker’s State Coach.

Marwood Hill Gardens

(Marwood Hill Gardens, North Devon EX31 4EB, England UK)

Beautiful private garden, mainly run by volunteers. The garden is home to many interesting plants and trees.

Westward Ho!

(seaside village near Bideford and Barnstaple in N. Devon)

Seaside resort town with a clean beach with pebble ridge-parking and great surf.