The Beach House lodge, bistro, bar, cafe and surf school

The Beach House is becoming a much sought-after destination for local and international travellers looking for the perfect place for relaxing, wellness, sunshine, surfing, walking, great food and unparalleled majestic sunsets over Lundy Island. Located in North Devon, Woolacombe is known for its raw untouched coastline and as the ultimate all year round surf and walking destination, The Beach House is the perfect place to call home.

During the long summer days when the area is thriving with beach lovers, walkers and surfers, The Beach House creates a resting ground to find calm with a sense of community. Located right in the centre of the village, The Beach House is an ideal base for surfers, walkers, beach and countryside lovers. From here you can wander on our blue flag 3 mile long beach, discover the Exmoor wild ponies up the hill, walk the stunning coastal path or even set sail for Lundy Island.

With its timeless character and true bohemian sophistication, The Beach House has paid meticulous attention to every detail, presenting an ambience that parallels the easy, dream-like quality of Woolacombe and its locals.

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Eat

Our bistro offers a simple, clean, fresh and organic seasonal menu.

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Play

Sunset beers and a catch up with friends. With regular music, its play time at The Beach House

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Surf

Come and enjoy a surf with our partners Hunter Surf School, here on Woolacombe beach.

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Stay

We're proud to offer a unique type of accommodation in Woolacombe bringing comfort, style and a touch of bohemian hip.

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Stay

From £35/night

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Surf & Stay

From £124

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