The cobbled, traffic-free, high street of this world famous fishing village in North Devon, built into a cleft in a 400' high cliff, tumbles its way down past whitewashed cottages festooned with flowers to the tiny working port.
It is famous for its donkeys, which traditionally carry goods up the hill; sledges bring things down. There are links with Charles Kingsley, Turner, Dickens and the Spanish Armada.
What can I say about Hoops Inn. It was my birthday in February and what a great stay we had. Our room 3 was stunning, The staff were delightful, the place was spotless, the food outstanding. Breakfast of pancakes with crispy bacon and syrup what a way to start a day out. The evening meal was made special for me with a birthday card and candles on our table from the staff it was a lovely touch which I wont forget. Thanks again we will be back for a second trip this time I shall bring our family. . Furneaux (Gower)
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