West Down Guest House - Newsletter

Julie and James from Australia

Guests Julie and James from Australia have just left us
after spending a wonderful few days exploring North Devon!
They wished they had booked longer as there is so much to
see here! - Perhaps next time.

 

australian guests visit Westdown Guest House

 


 

Guests to West Down again enjoying the wonderful summer weather in North Devon

Exploring the house and gardens at Knightshayes,

National Trust.

  

Nightshayes

 

While staying at West Down Guest House, John, Margaret,

Peter and Kathleen enjoyed a day out at the Exmoor Owl

and Hawk Centre.

  

 

 

Exmoor owls

  

 


  

Guests to Westdown exploring Glorious North Devon

Recent guests to Westdown Guest House explore

the wonders of North Devon in the summer sunshine.

 

John, Margaret, Peter and Kathleen on a day out on

the boat from Ilfracombe to see the Dolphins.

  

dolphin trip from Ilfracombe

 

 

Enjoying the sunshine at Exmoor Zoo.

  

Exmoor zoo

  


  

Westdown Guests Take Some Nice Pictures

Some nice new Views of West Down Guest House.
Woodpecker en suite room.
Grounds of West Down.
West Down conservatory laid up ready for evening meal.

  

grounds

 


 

West Down guests visit Lundy Island with Roger

Guest to West Down regularly visit Lundy Island  our
very own Maratime Conservation Zone.

 

Fantastic day had by all, young and old, at Lundy Island.

Only here for the weekend but rally enjoyed the boat trip
over for the day. West Down kindly arranged the day with

Early Breakfast and late dinner. Makes every holiday special.

 

"Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean
meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America, a
granite outcrop, three and a half miles long and half a mile wide.
In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoilt."

 

lundy island light house

 

Roger with guests on Lundy Islaand