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Welcome to Woolacombe Beach

Covering the northern tip of Devon, Woolacombe Beach stretches several miles, and is known for its soft, golden sand. A staple of the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Woolacombe Beach attracts countless locals and visitors alike for its breath-taking ocean views, traditional seaside amenities, and excellent opportunities for water sports.

Discover North Devon

North Devon is a truly unique area of the south west - if you ask five people what it's like, you'll get five different responses! Visit North Devon for the first time, and you're always sure to find something you love. Whether it's a relaxing meal at the Royal Hotel, fun, quirky family attractions like the Big Sheep, or discovering your inner beekeeper at Quince Honey Farm, you're sure to look back on your visit fondly for years to come.

Hear the roars at Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park

Surrounded by acres of incredible sub-tropical gardens, and the rolling hills of the Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park has been one of the most popular family attractions in Devon for three decades. Aside from its majestic lions, playful monkeys, and beautiful exotic birds, it hosts a number of animatronic dinosaurs.

Planning a trip to Woolacombe Beach? Travelodge Barnstaple Hotel is a 40-minute drive away, and Travelodge Wellington Somerset Hotel can be reached in just over an hour.