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taste. Highbullen takes great pride in its
locally sourced and seasonally inspired
cuisine, from the award-winning two AA
rosette Devon View Restaurant's hearty
Sunday roast with all the trimmings to
roasted fillet of
moor ational ark
beef, thyme slow-cooked rump of local
lamb topped off with local cheeses.
For lighter bites, The Cellars provides
a laid-back setting for lunch, a predinner drink or dinner, while the Club
Bar is perfect for a drink and snack
after an energetic game of golf or
tennis, or a workout in the gym.
Its heated indoor
pool has panoramic
views of Exmoor
Highbullen Hotel, Golf and Country
Club - luxury in the countryside
FOR THOSE LOOKING
TO RELAX AND
COSY SPOTS FOR A
GAME OF BRIDGE
The Devon View Restaurant
offers locally-sourced food
to create a wonderful
With so much on offer at Highbullen,
there really is no need to leave.
However, anyone who wants to
e perience highlights of the local area
can benefit from uick and easy access
to some of north Devon's most lovely
attractions; from long coastal walks and
lovely villages with cosy country pubs,
to the nearby beautiful gardens of
Castle Hill and RHS Rosemoor, each
only about half an hour's drive away.
Other favoured spots include Clovelly,
a historic fishing village the t in
villages of Lynton and Lynmouth linked
by a Victorian water-powered cliff
railway; Dartington Crystal in Great
Torrington (the UK's only remaining
glass factory); plus family attractions
such as The Big Sheep farm park.
For a taste of local life, Chittlehamholt
is a lovely place to wander around, too,
where you can learn about the local
history and meet the villagers.
rices at ighbullen start from
per room per night on a bed and
breakfast basis or from
week's stay in a self-catering cottage.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call 01769 540561
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