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Luxury Hotel Accommodation in Bideford, North Devon. Welcome to the Durrant House Hotel, Bideford’s largest and most well equipped luxury hotel. Boasting 1. 25 comfortable bedrooms, a fine dining restaurant, and a luxury salon & spa on site, the Durrant House Hotel has everything you need for a relaxing and enjoyable stay.

Conveniently located just off of the A3. Atlantic Highway, the Durrant House Hotel enjoys superb views across North Devon’s Taw Estuary towards Instow beach. Westward Ho!, Appledore, and Bideford town centre are all just a 5 minute drive away, making it the perfect base from which to explore Devon’s glorious rugged coastlines, golden beaches, famous golf courses and lush green countryside. For your convenience, there is plenty of free parking in our hotel carpark, located directly in front of the Hotel. Standard Rooms, Family Rooms and Luxury Suites in the Heart of North Devon. Whether you’re looking for a standard room for a family holiday, a luxury suite for a romantic break, or a wedding venue with guest accommodation, The Durrant House Hotel will not disappoint.

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All of our bedrooms have beautiful marble bathrooms, tasteful décor, and comfortable double or twin beds. For that extra special touch, opt for champagne, chocolates or flowers to be provided in your room on your arrival. Breakfast is included within the tariff and served in our beautiful Olive Tree Restaurant. Choose from a continental buffet, or a cooked breakfast which will be freshly made to order. Free Wi. Fi is available across the hotel and all guests have access to our Reading Room which is perfect for relaxing with a book or catching up with some work whilst you’re away. Enjoy Fine Dining and Drinks at the Olive Tree Restaurant and Appledore Bar.

With a superb menu of both a la carte and grill cuisine, the Olive Tree Restaurant provides guests with a fine dining experience that is perfect for romantic meals and special occasions. All of our food is sourced from local suppliers wherever possible and meals are prepared on site by our talented team of chefs. Accompanying the main menu is a hand- selected wine list - our waiting staff will be more than happy to recommend a wine to complement your chosen dish. Dating She Stopped Calling. After your meal, why not retreat to the Appledore Bar to enjoy a drink or two before heading back to your room? Salon and Spa Open Daily. Here at The Durrant House Hotel, we are proud to offer our guests a complete luxury holiday experience by providing a full range of facilities and activities.

The Elemis- approved R& R Spa is located onsite and open daily, offering guests the chance to relax and recuperate in a calm and friendly environment. Our fully trained team of beauty therapists and hair stylists offer a range of hair and beauty treatments, including: massage, manicures, pedicures, waxing, lash and brow tints, hot stone therapy, hair styling, and pamper packages. In the summer months, our outdoor pool is open from the 1. July through to August and September inclusive and provides the perfect spot to cool off and chill out, whilst in the winter our sauna* is guaranteed to warm your bones! (*fee applicable). We also have a small gym onsite for guest use. In conjunction with local activity providers, our guests can book a number of outdoor and team- building activities, including: surfing, coasteering, archery, and quad bike racing. For more information and booking, please contact us.

Cockwood Primary School Exeter. At Cockwood Primary School our vision has been designed by our pupils. We have a vision which is represented through pictures and we aim to help pupils reflect on their learning and choices they make in order to become better citizens and friends to each other. Click photo to see West Country TV video. We encourage a sense of teamwork through our house system but also in everything that we do each day.

Learning is a journey, which poses challenges on the way, but we encourage perseverance and independence – skills much needed in everyday life. Through our creative approach to learning and within a safe and caring environment, our children grow and succeed and provide a positive contribution to our school and community.

Posted on December 2. Cockwood School had their annual Carol Service at Cofton Church on the last day of term. The children and staff looked very festive in their Christmas jumpers as they sang traditional carols. Class 1  gave beautiful Christmas readings  telling the story of the birth of Jesus and The Reverend Alan Smith and his friend Thomas the dog reminded everyone about the true meaning of the word Christmas. Read More »Posted on December 7, 2. On Friday 1st December 1. DLP primary schools braved the fresh cold but sunny morning to take part in the first Cross Country races organised by the Dartmoor School Sport Partnership.

The event took place on the fields and grass banks around Dawlish Leisure Centre. The race course was set out to make an interesting and challenging course suitable for each age group. Leaders from Dawlish Community College marshalled the event ensuring all pupils were motivated and stayed on track. A group of the leaders took it in turns to run at the back of each race and helped those who needed that extra bit of encouragement.

Read More »Posted on December 7, 2. A fresh autumn day at Dawlish Leisure Centre was a great start to a wonderful morning of enthusiastic pupils and staff. Five primary schools attended the first of Dartmoor School Sport Partnership’s series of three young Play Leader conferences of this academic year. On arrival, the children were asked to create a small game with minimal equipment and space.

Pupils then shared their ideas bravely in front of each other. Already we could see their creativity and leadership skills on display!

Read More »Posted on November 1. We are able to offer some pupils the opportunity to work with Helen Wilson from ‘Open Minds’ to explore the technique of Mindfulness.

Mindfulness is an approach available now in many Devon schools, where groups of pupils or even whole classes can learn techniques to help them deal with daily life, school pressures and sometimes those situations outside school which can cause anxiety in children. The sessions are fun, light and very interactive.

Each session will include games, activities and mindfulness practices designed to deepen awareness, relax the mind and body to enhance emotional wellbeing. Read More »Posted on October 1. Thank you to all the parents who attended the Phonics Workshop. Understanding Money For Young Adults.

We hope you found it useful, and would love to receive any feedback from you about how we could make it even better! As promised, here is the sounds pronunciation video. Read More »Posted on October 5, 2. The whole school enjoyed a lovely Harvest Festival celebration at St. Mary’s Church, Cofton. Each class made a super contribution with Class 1 delivering some first class readings!

It was wonderful to see so many parents and carers there. We also welcomed the Reverend Alan Smith and his dog puppet- Thomas. The theme this year was Trees  and links were made to our value this half term which is self - belief.

Read More »Posted on October 2, 2. Pupils in Class 1 had a brilliant day learning about life in Elizabethan times when they visited Montacute House. The children enjoyed discussing the portraits, how the architecture taught us about the past and how life was very different for rich and poor.

The gardens were beautiful and inspired the children to produce some quality artwork. Read More »Read more latest news ».