Purchased by the National Trust in 2018, Hunter’s Inn in North Devon lies at the heart of 2,000 acres of land that the Trust already cares for. The property features ten en-suite bedrooms alongside a bar and restaurant, as well as Heddon Lodge, a fully accessible two-bedroom self-catering apartment.
There are Mobility Trampers available from the rangers’ office nearby to enjoy one of the easy access routes down to Heddon’s Mouth Beach. Find out more about accessibility in Heddon Valley.
About the Hunters Inn, Devon
Originally a thatched cottage, the building was reconstructed in the “Swiss Style” at the height of the Victorian Era; it is set within four acres of landscaped gardens, which form an idyllic backdrop for weddings and family events.
Hunter’s Inn sits alongside a collection of 39 outstanding pubs and restaurants across the country owned by the National Trust, many of which have been designated historically significant.
Moving forward, every pint, meal, and stay enjoyed at Hunter’s Inn will help to look after the valley’s wildlife and contribute to improved access for visitors.
Directions to the Hunters Inn
We strongly encourage you to enter the Heddon Valley from the west via Trentishoe Down (see map attached). All other routes are very narrow. Please leave plenty of time for your journey – the roads are slower than a sat-nav will tell you.
Please see the location page for the best driving route to the hotel.
- A National Trust-owned hotel.
- There is a car park at the hotel with electric car charging points available.
- Our pet-friendly hotels offer a warm welcome for you and your furry friend at Hunter’s Inn. There are plenty of coastal and countryside walks that are certain to get tails wagging.