The Belfry at Yarcombe

Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Honiton

2s H Ear T Ye Or

The Belfry at Yarcombe


Beautifully converted boutique and unique, old School hotel near Honiton.
The Belfry Team consists of just Neil and Sarah-Jane as your hosts.
Whilst keeping the character of the building but adding a contemporary touch here and there, we are now The Belfry at Yarcombe, Restaurant and Rooms.
L’Occitane hotel bathroom products, huge fluffy towels, beautiful bed linen and exceptionally comfy beds everyone raves about make a stay, a wonderful stay…plus a delicious “Full Belfry” breakfast.
Intimate Dining – The Restaurant is within one of the old school class rooms with just 10 covers – Perfect for Private Dining – offered to groups of 10-15.

There is one super-king-size, two king-size, two double and one twin/super-king room. One of the doubles and and the twin are on the ground floor.

Each of the rooms at our Honiton accommodation is named after one of the great poets of the nineteenth century, all of whom were writing around the time that The Belfry was planned and built as the village school.

We like our guests to be relaxed and at peace in their room and so not only will you find new Samsung flat screen televisions, tea/coffee facilities but there will be bottled mineral water and biscuits in the room (with the occasional home-made flapjack!). You will find a CD player with CDs available to borrow on the landing. white waffle-weave bathrobes in the wardrobe for you to wrap up in and of course the complete works of the poet after whom your room was named may also be found in your room.

Our beds are made with spotless white 100% cotton sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers and our bathrooms have 100% cotton towels and face flannels (and the bath towels are the biggest on the market). The curtains and bed throws are high-quality, as is the tea and coffee, herbals, hot-chocolate and malt drinks (these things are important!). Fresh milk and juices for if you are thirsty are in the fridge under the stairs for you to help yourselves.

All the bathrooms have pressurised water to make Power Showers.

Image Gallery

Click on a photograph to view in a larger format

A Rigp V Kb3k9
Ernz Ir8 ORJY
F Wa Wvebsj Z
NG Im Mssy NI
9 R Dgo R71 O6t
Zg Fu Ty VLS4g
Ahu Gim S1 I Ga
5 TZ Zva3h29o
Ek X5j D Vn L8
X B78g8 K Ikt R
Y3 X1d VQK Kj


View the map below to see where we are and to get directions.

Nearby Attractions

Zt We4oo9q Zm

Burrow Farm Gardens

East Devons Secret Garden has 13 acres of lovingly designed gardens with colour throughout the year. This peaceful oasis has a variety of different planting

Zfg Kdskn2 KN

Sheppys Cider Museum & Farm Shop

The Sheppy family has been making cider for at least 200 years,and have farmed 370 acres at Three Bridges Farm since 1917, where three generations of the Sheppy family have weathered

L R Eb P Csm TVM


Pecorama at Beer, one of East Devon’s leading visitor attractions, is the home to the famous PECO Model Railway Exhibition and the Beer Heights Light Railway.

Nearby Eating Out

Bhg Kpdq Ks E

The Old Inn

The Old Inn at Kilmington is a traditional Devon thatched pub. Our restaurant is open throughout the year. Using a daily menu board we source local fresh food and write a new menu each day.

Cnf J Yr Mk5v D

Hare & Hounds

Inside this traditional country Free House you will find wooden beams, log fires, very local ales and a warm welcome for all the family.

Lur Jpvd7 Mw

Hideaway Cafe

Set at the western end of Seaton Esplanade, past a long row of colourful beach huts, this cafe is indeed hidden away under the red cliffs of Seaton.