Welcome To Appledore House
Welcome to Appledore, North Devon and Appledore Guest House. Appledore is located north of Devon on the Rivers Torridge and Taw.
...History of Appledore
The author Charles Kingsley, described Appledore as the 'little white fishing village'. Appledore is full of 'olde worlde' charm with narrow cobbled lanes of colour washed houses, rising steeply up the hillside, small fishermen's cottages and a pretty harbour. The village was a centre for seafaring activities from mediaeval times, shipbuilding, fishing and smuggling. Appledore is now the home of the maritime museum.
Gina, Mark and Ann welcome you to a unique experience at Appledore House. A great base for your North Devon holiday or short stay, we offer one of the most stunning views across the Torridge and Taw estuary, exceptionally roomy accommodation, great food and the warmest of welcomes.
Appledore is best known for its shipyard and fishing, it offers friendly pubs with great food and music, an array of restaurants, art Galleries and of course "crabbing" see how many you can catch before the tide turns.
Our central location allows for a broad range of activities for all ages, sailing, walking, biking, museums and sandy beaches. Theme Parks (The Milky Way and The Big Sheep are less than 20 mins away), the village of Instow and for the shopaholics, the towns of Barnstaple and Bideford as well as Atlantic Village Outlet stores.
We hope you have a wonderful stay.
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