The beautiful village of Georgeham near Croyde

Georgeham is typical of the many historic and beautiful villages that crop up throughout North Devon. The village is made up of stone built, thatched roofed farmhouses and slate roofed farm workers cottages.

Nestled in a picturesque valley, the village enjoys a peaceful serenity whilst only being a short drive from the beaches of Croyde, Putsborough, Woolacome and Saunton Sands. A 20 minute drive north will get you to the bustling fishing town of Ilfracombe, with its Victorian seaside grandeur. A 20 minute drive south gets you to the small, but modern town of Barnstaple where traditional shops and markets stand next to high street giants like Boots, Next and Waterstones. The nearest village is Croyde, which has become the capital of surfing in North Devon, but 5 miles further on is the village of Braunton. Said to be the largest village in England, Braunton is more like a small town and can offer shops, supermarkets, banks, medical centre and pharmacies as well as some lovely places to eat out or take away.

The village is surrounded by pleasant, rural walks, some of which give outstanding views of the surrounding coastlines and beaches. The village of Georgeham has a village shop for daily basics and also has a two award winning pubs, serving excellent food, local ales and great, warm, friendly atmosphere.

Monday night is Fish and Chips night, courtesy of the award winning Miles mobile caterers, while on Thurdsay night it’s Thai courtesy of Somneuk.

Here are some links that may help with your stay:

The Kings Arms pub

The Rock Inn pub

Georgeham on Wikipedia

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