Mayfield House Bed and Breakfaast in Westward Ho!

Welcome to Mayfield House Bed and Breakfast in Westward Ho!

You won't be short of things to do when you stay with us! The Blue Flag beach at Westward Ho! and Northam Burrows Country Park are 3 minutes' walk away, the cliff top walks along the South West Coast Path just 5 minutes. The quaint but lively fishing village of Appledore is 3 miles and the famous Clovelly just 10. The village itself has several pubs, shops, butchers and bakers as well as a post office. There are public tennis courts just a minute away and the royal North Devon golf course is less than a mile.

Things to See

Local Attractions and Things to See and Do

  • The South West Coast Path
  • The South West Coast Path starts at Minehead in Somerset and runs along part of the Somerset Bristol Channel coast, across North Devon, right round Cornwall, then along the South Devon and Dorset coasts to Poole Harbour. This is a distance of 630 miles which is over twice the distance of the Pennine Way and makes it by far the longest National Trail in Britain. There is easy access to the path from the bed and breakfast.




  • Westward Ho! Beach
  • Westward Ho! beach offers over two miles of golden sand backed by a unique pebble ridge linking to Northam Burrows Country Park. Access is fairly easy down a concrete ramp from Westward Ho!. The beach is adjacent to the South West Coast Path and is also great for surfers of all levels.
  • Northam Burrows Country Park
  • The country park is home to the Royal North Devon Golf Club, the oldest links course in England and Wales. The club was founded in 1864 and is a popular and challenging course.
  • Appledore
  • Appledore is a fishing village full of history, with narrow streets, cobbled courtyards and a quay overlooking the meeting point of the two rivers; the Taw and the Torridge. It now stages an Arts Festival and Book Festival.
  • Clovelly
  • Clovelly , a picture-postcard fishing village, clings to a steep hillside. Its colourful cottages line the main stepped, cobbled street that leads to the ancient harbour.
  • Bideford
  • Bideford was described by the local Victorian novelist Charles Kingsley as "The Little White Town which slopes upward from its broad river tide". Today, Bideford is a thriving market town with much history and many amenities to offer visitors.
  • Instow
  • Instow is a pretty estuary village lying on the banks of the River Torridge. Its wonderful sandy beach and scenic views make it a favourite for families, and it is also a place for watersports and sailing enthusiasts.
  • North Devon Information
  • A very useful site with details on anything and everything in the area!


















Contact us 

01237 477128