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With the sea in front of you, and woodland to your back, Southcliffe Hall is the ideal place for you to wind down and relax.


   Our two guest bedrooms are large, with antique bathrooms, comfortable beds, fluffy duvets and thick quilts.
   The first overlooks the sea, and can have either twin beds or a large, 6 foot bed, and has lovely Victorian walnut furniture and Chinese-style rugs.  The ensuite bathroom has an 1860s roll top bath and loo.
   The second bedroom, based on the décor of William Morris, looks onto our woodland where wild red deer, foxes and badgers roam.
  The large ensuite bathroom has an unusually big modern shower, an equally big roll-top bath for those who want to wallow, a Victorian loo and wash basin.

   We charge £100 per room per night (i.e. £50 per person per night bed and breakfast

  • Savour a taste of Edwardian grandeur.
  • Listen to the waves on the seashore.
  • Wander in our seventeen acre private woodland.
  • Watch the changing colours of the sea from the drawing room.
  • Take tea on our Victorian terraces.
  • Enjoy a glass of wine on the balcony.
  • Relax over dinner in our panelled dining room.
  • Hear the owls call at night.
  • Breathe in the sea air.
  • Soak in the tranquillity of our lovely North Devon home.

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What Alastair Sawday says in “Special Places to Stay”

An Argentinian chandelier, antique French radiators, a rediscovered Victorian garden; we love this gorgeous, grandly idiosyncratic house overlooking the sea.
Eccentric owners have left their mark on what was originally the Manor House. Kate and Barry are young, enthusiastic - and sane!

Vast bedrooms have rich carpets, big beds, antique flourishes. Bathrooms are fabulous one-offs – roll top baths to porcelain loos.
Tea in the drawing room or the terraces, dinner in the panelled dining room; at breakfast, local produce.
Spot deer in the woodland, walk to the beach, hike along the coast.  Great fun