The Royal Hotel (Bideford)
The Royal Hotel is Bideford’s finest hotel, sitting by the Bideford Bridge it boasts wonderful views of the River Torridge. This unique, luxury hotel has a rich history dating back to the 17th century and oozes English character while offering all the facilities you need for a relaxing stay.
The hotel boasts a wonderful riverside location set in the heart of the stunning North Devon countryside. Heated indoor and outdoor pools are available at the nearby sister hotel, as well as saunas and hot stone beds for when you want to relax. Fine dining is available in the elegant Regency Restaurant, where the finest local ingredients are sourced and put together for an exceptional dining experience, or if you prefer a more casual atmosphere, then relax in the hotel bar. Free parking, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service are available with all bookings so everything is taken care of.
Everything you need for a luxury weekend break is available at The Royal Hotel.
32 Luxury Hotel Rooms with En Suite
Heated Indoor & Outdoor Swimming Pools available at sister hotel ( The Barnstaple)
Saunas (The Barnstaple)
Sunbathing (The Barnstaple)
On-site Restaurant (Private dining available in luxury Kingsley Room)
Bar & Lounge
Bed and Breakfast available.
Bathroom en-suite with complimentary toiletries from Gilchrist & Soames
Direct dial telephone
Flat screen television with digital channels
Tea and Coffee making facilities
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel
24-hour room service
- Standard Room
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Single Rooms
- Family Rooms
- Superior Rooms
- Deluxe Rooms
- The Kingsley Suite
The Standard Rooms are equipped with everything you’ll need to enjoy your stay.
Check-in 15:00 – 22:00 hours
Check-out 08:00 – 11:00 hours
Set in the superb holiday town of Bideford, The Royal Hotel is perfectly located for exploring the North Devon area. Within easy reach you will find the sandy beaches of Saunton, Woolacombe and Croyde, whilst Illfracombe is home to delightful Victorian Houses and Exmoor National Park boasts a rugged natural landscape with wild ponies and deer to see. If you prefer not to drive then the nerarby Barnstaple is a hub for buses and trains, so you will not be short of travelling options.