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Watersmeet Hotel
Mortehoe, Woolacombe, EX34 7EB
   +44 (0)1271 870333
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Single from: £125.00
Double from: £299.00
per room per night
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The town of Woolacombe is nothing if not beautiful. This shouldn't come as a surprise to anybody familiar with the county of Devon, though. Though Devon is filled with all kinds of fascinating historical locations and ancient buildings, it isn't just the rich history that makes Devon one of the most beloved counties in England (though it certainly plays a large part). It is the downright gorgeous scenery that makes up nearly every corner of Devon that has allowed it to be thought of in hushed tones of glory and admiration. North Devon, with places like Ilfracombe and the Great Hangman, is arguably the more beautiful part of the county and it is in this lovely area that we find the equally attractive seaside resort town of Woolacombe.

A large part of North Devon has been singled out and referred to as the North Devon Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Many parts of England are considered Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and once deemed so by the government they are protected from too much development or other activities that would harm these gorgeous swaths of land. It is in this designated area of beauty that Woolacombe is located and, to be sure, the town's beach is one of the most popular ones in the United Kingdom. The coastline runs over two and a half miles and it slopes into the ocean beautifully. The waves in this area are world renowned and, not surprisingly, this has made Woolacombe one of the most sought after locations for surfers. In addition, the unique and lovely geography of North Devon allows folks on the beach and in the water to see a stunning backdrop of rocky cliffs and intense landscapes. Woolacombe isn't just a wonderland for surfers, though. During peak holiday season people from all walks of life and all backgrounds flock to the town to kick back and relax amid the five star resorts and unique cafes and restaurants. Woolacombe has won countless awards including "Family Resort of the Year-Gold Award", the Tidy Britain Seaside Award, and the Best British Beach by the publication "Mail on Sunday". In addition, Woolacombe is considered to be a "Blue Flag" beach. Basically, the Blue Flag is an award that is given to only the cleanest and most desirable seaside locations in the United Kingdom. Receiving a Blue Flag often results in major bragging rights and billboards boasting the award in a brazen way. Woolacombe, on the other hand, has no need to sink to such braggadocio because its reputation precedes it. This is perhaps the best and most respectable aspect of the town: It is one of the most lauded coastal resort towns in the world yet it feels no need to toot its own horn. The town instead focus simply on offering the most pleasure possible to its many residents and tourists alike. If every tourist destination were as dedicated to happiness and enjoyment as Woolacombe the world would be a much better and more pleasurable place to live in.

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