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Holiday cottages in Ilfracombe, Devon

SS5147 : Grade II listed row of stone houses, Wilder Road, IlfracombeSS5147 : An interesting building on Wilder RoadSS5147 : Church Road - viewed from Brookdale AvenueSS5147 : Asian Spice, No. 36, Greenclose Road, Ilfracombe.SS5147 : The Co-op supermarket on Wilder Road.SS5147 : Lidl Ilfracombe
Ilfracombe is the perfect example of a North Devon coastal town: strong in heritage, fun for visitors and a fantastic destination for those looking to stay in a holiday cottage in a relaxing and picturesque part of Britain. Ilfracombe is a seaside resort by industry today, but was once an important port for small cargo boats traveling up the Bristol Channel.

The town is host to a handful of great pubs, some specialising in top quality seafood, some know for their local ales and some are local favourites for their lively entertainment and music nights. Leave your holiday cottage and explore the town; learn the story of Ilfracombe in the towns very own quirky museum, with interesting artifacts from smugglers and sailors of old, all great fun for the kids.  Enjoy some of the best coastal walks in the whole of Britain, up and down the rocky cliff lined waters with natural wonders like caves and deep rock pools to see along the winding footpaths. The promenade is beautifully kept with colourful floral gardens and greens.

SS5147 : Co-op supermarket, Wilder Road, Ilfracombe.

SS5147 : Bradwell road at the junction with Wilder road.

SS5147 : Bengal Spice in Ilfracombe