How To Reach Us: EX33 1JJ

The photos on the right show three means of transport you may like to try to reach us, but for the more conventional you'll be pleased to know that Georgeham is easily accessible by both car and public transport!

We are right in the centre of the village behind the Post office and shop. You can unload in our driveway then park for free in the village car park directly opposite.

You can view our location on Google Maps. (Note the Google street view isn't in quite the right location). We will send you a map of the centre of the village showing exactly where we are when you book.

By Car

From the north and east, the quickest route is to take the A361 North Devon link road from the M5 Junction 27. When you reach the roundabout on the outskirts of Barnstaple, continue initially towards Bideford, then turn right at a large roundabout onto the A361 following the signs to Ilfracombe over the new bridge, then left and on to Braunton.

In Braunton turn left at the lights and follow the signs to Georgeham via Croyde. Alternatively there is a shorter but narrower route over the hill from the outskirts of Braunton if you continue straight on at the lights along the Ilfracombe road. Look out for a turning to the left just before the 40 speed limit sign with a small sign to Georgeham on the right.

Or why not make the drive part of your holiday? For more leisurely and scenic routes, try coming over Exmoor, or along the coast via Minehead and Lynton.

From the west use the A39 then turn left onto the A361.

From Exeter use the A377 then turn left on to the A361.

(Detailed instruction available on request)

By public transport

You can get to Barnstaple by coach, or by train via Exeter, which is on the main London to Penzance line.

From Barnstaple there are regular buses, route 21C, to the centre of Georgeham.

Follow this link for Barnstaple Station Onward Travel Information

When you get to Georgeham you can almost see the shop from the bus stop.


Air-sea Rescue helicopter over Croyde Bay

Kayakers off Putsborough Beach

Paraglider on Woolacombe Down with Lundy Island beyond