A unique experience

Westwell Hall on Britain's Finest

Our beautiful Victorian Gothic B&B sits 250 feet above the picturesque North Devon fishing town of Ilfracombe. It boasts panoramic views from Exmoor to the sea. Westwell Hall offers luxurious, relaxing accommodation exclusively for adults in our own unique style.

A former Gentleman’s residence, Westwell Hall is stylish and original, with a choice of comfortable guest sitting rooms, a licensed bar, an elegant yet informal dining area where we serve breakfast for our guests, a sunny conservatory, terraced gardens and sun terrace perfect for pre-dinner drinks.

We can also arrange exclusive use of all our facilities and bespoke dining arrangements for larger parties.

We have nine, individually designed guest bedrooms all with en-suite facilities and little extra touches of luxury to make your stay with us special.

Set into the hillside, in an acre of grounds we are perfectly located for exploring North Devon’s rugged coastline and all it’s attractions either on foot or by car. We are also only minutes away from Ilfracombe's eclectic town centre with its varied art galleries, fine dining restaurants and independent retailers. Westwell Hall has direct access to the South West Coastal Path behind us, with spectacular walks with scenery across Exmoor and coastal views to Lundy and Wales.

We look forward to welcoming you to our home
- Bonnie and Betty

Ilfracombe - Classically contemporary

A fishing village since Saxon times, Ilfracombe's particular popularity as a fashionable seaside resort was established in 1874, around when Westwell Hall was built. Recent additions such as the design award winning Landmark Theatre and Damien Hirst's 'Verity' statue have won Ilfracombe international acclaim.  Ilfracombe is gaining a reputation as the food capital of Devon, with a Michelin starred restaurant, fine dining and a vibrant and varied foodie scene.

Ilfracombe holds numerous events and festivals throughout the year, many based on the quayside at the historic harbour and at the Landmark Theatre on the seafront.

There are many fine and award winning beaches nearby, from secluded coves to the wide stretches of golden sand with crashing surf. For a unique beach experience visit 'The Tunnels' in Ilfracombe, holders of a blue flag and seaside award or Hele Bay to the east of the town also award winners, for good bathing and rock pool exploring.

Wildlife cruises leave regularly from the harbour as well as the ferry to the island of Lundy, home of the fabulous Puffins and Seals.

Ilfracombe is the perfect place to discover and explore everything this area has to offer with a range of activities available to suit all tastes including walking, clay pigeon shooting, fishing, horse riding, cycling, surfing, sub-aqua diving or simply exploring.



Torrs Park - Westwell Hall, occupies an imposing and elevated position, with sea views,
standing amidst the famous Torrs and adjacent to National Trust Parkland.