East Dyke Farm B&B is set above the historic and beautiful fishing village of Clovelly on the North Devon coast, overlooking open fields and the sea. We are a 500 acre working farm. Just behind the Farmhouse you will find The Clovelly Dykes, a 2000 year old Iron Age hill fort which visitors are free to explore at their leisure.
Our delightful 19th century Farmhouse is situated on a quiet country road approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Clovelly and the South West Coastal footpath. Ideally situated for exploring the area and further afield.
The house itself is full of character with open fires, flagstone floors and exposed beams. The rooms are very comfortable spacious and light, furnished with antiques and period furniture. Look out of your window in the morning and amongst the cattle grazing in the fields you may well spot a Deer, Fox or passing Pheasant.
We have been awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence every year since 2012
So Boris says we can open on the 17th of May. We can't wait to see you all from that date. In the meantime we still have projects to complete in preparation for the new season.
Our online booking system (just go to the BOOK DIRECT section) is open for you to check availability and make your bookings. If you would rather call just contact Helen on 01237431216 or email on email@example.com. At the moment you will not find us on sites like Booking.com/Expedia. We will only be advertising with them if we have late availability
We have completed our risk assessment and we have put in place all the necessary changes.
We will only be opening 2 rooms and bookings will be limited to allow more space for social distancing and also allowing us more time to undertake the enhanced cleaning and sanitising regime that will be required.
For the remainder of the year, we will only be taking bookings for a minimum of 2 nights
There may be some differences but hopefully some improvements too!
We look forward to seeing you all very soon, here's hoping for a lovely Summer.
Many thanks and stay safe
Helen & Steve