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.
"Took partner away for a surprise birthday weekend. We couldn't have wished for more. The room (no. 2) was just beautiful with 4-poster bed, spa bath and all the comforts you could wish for. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We stayed in and ate in the restaurant on the friday night. wow the food was excellent. best meal we have eaten in a long while. not cheap but worth every penny. would recommend to anyone, especially for a romantic weekend break (make sure to ask for room 2!!!)" Nov 2012
- via Tripadvisor