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Welcome to The Hoops Inn and Country Hotel

Address: Horns Cross, Clovelly, Clovelly, EX39 5DL

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From London, take the m4 or a303 to the Westcountry and join the m5 at Bristol or Taunton (from the Midlands follow the m5). Leave the m5 at junction 27 (Tiverton) then follow the directions for Barnstaple on the North Devon Link Road (a361). Bypass Barnstaple and continue on the a39 heading towards Bideford & Bude. Avoid Bideford town centre by continuing on the a39. Shortly after passing through Horns Cross, the Hoops Inn can be found nestling in a dip on the a39 before the turning for Clovelly.

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Royal North Devon Golf Club - Bideford - Golf

Royal North Devon Golf Club - Bideford - Golf

Distance 5.71 miles (9.13 km)
The course is a challenging one, a links situated on the rugged North Devon coast, where its exposed position (it would be flooded by the Atlantic were it not for the pebble ridge!), multitudes of spiky rushes, naturally formed grassy mounds and oft deep bunkers pose a tough round. Don't be deceived by the relative flatness of the Northam Burrows. Within the clubhouse there is a museum of golfing memorabilia. Alongside the rows of "elderly spoons" and "feather balls" are literature and art concerning the club and surrounding area, some of it describes the clubs most famous son, J.H. Taylor, keen local golfer and 5 times Open Champion who played, and won with equipment similar to that on display!