We appreciate guests letting us know in advance when they might arrive (01271 328504). Morning arrivals are welcome to park at the Old Vicarage whilst exploring Barnstaple. If we don’t hear from you in advance we will expect you between 4pm and 9pm.
SAT NAV: Our address is Barbican Terrace, EX32 9HQ. We are the first entrance on the left as you turn into Barbican Terrace. Please note some SatNavs have the one way streets the wrong way around, or take you past our entrance!
By Car from the East (M5 junction 27): Take the A361 signposted to Barnstaple. When you leave the A361 follow signs to Barnstaple Town Centre, watch out for a McDonald’s on the left hand side (just after the second roundabout), turn right at the next roundabout, left at the following roundabout with the Army Reserves centre next to it, and then immediately left into Summerland St. Take the third right (the first being no entry) into Barbican Terrace. The entrance to the Old Vicarage is immediately on the left.
By Car from the South (Bideford): Follow signposts to Barnstaple Town centre, this will bring you to a roundabout with large standing stones and then over the bridge into Barnstaple, pass the bus station (on the left), go straight on at the first roundabout, and right around the second roundabout with the Army Reserves centre next to it to double back on yourself, and then immediately left into Summerland St. Take the third right (the first being no entry) into Barbican Terrace. The entrance to the Old Vicarage is immediately on the left.
By Car from the West (Braunton) or North (Lynton): Follow signs to Barnstaple Town centre, and then towards Exeter. You will go around the north side of the town and end up at the roundabout with the Army Reserves centre next to it. Turn right here and then immediately left into Summerland St. Take the third right (the first being no entry) into Barbican Terrace. The entrance to the Old Vicarage is immediately on the left.
On Foot from the Train Station (1km, about 10-15 minutes walk): Cross the road coming out of the train station and turn left, turn right up the rise at the end of B&Q onto Sticklepath Terrace, at the end continue straight on over the bridge towards the town centre and the Tourist Information. Turn right across the square with the clock tower and into Licthdon St (the left hand side of the Imperial Hotel). At the end of Licthdon St turn left into Barbican Terrace. The Old Vicarage is past Mulberry Lodge and Orchard House on the right hand side.
On Foot from the Bus Station (about 5 minutes walk): Cross the main road via the pedestrian crossing opposite the lighting shop. Go straight down Trinity St (to the left hand side of the lighting shop). At the end of Trinity St turn left and continue into Barbican Terrace. The Old Vicarage is past Mulberry Lodge and Orchard House on the right hand side.
IF YOU HAVE ANY DIFFICULTY PLEASE CALL US ON 01271 328504
What a charming, clean and inviting place to stay. We arrived just after 4pm and were met by Sandy the landlady who showed us to our room and then arrived shortly after with chocolate cake and fresh milk for the tea. The rooms are spacious and well furnished and the bathroom was fabulous with freestanding bath and large shower cubicle. The gardens are beautiful and the B and B is a 5 minute stroll into the town centre. Full English breakfast in the morning was delicious and also a choice of fresh fruit and cereals. All in all a perfect place to stay. I would definitely go back.
Lovely 2 night stay. Friendly welcome from the owners. Spacious room with superb bathroom.Lovely breakfast. The cakes each day are a lovely touch…special thanks for the gluten free chocolate brownies. Owners will recommend good walks and restaurants
Stayed at the Old Vicarage for 2 nights as a group of 6 walking the Coastal Trail. Friendly reception including amazing home-made cake, all the rooms were fresh and clean. Tasty breakfast too, could enjoy the garden before setting off each day. Just a perfect place for a stay in Devon, totally recommended.
I stayed in the Old Vicarage for three nights after reading such positive reviews on TripAdvisor.
Ideally situated on a quiet road yet within close proximity of town centre shops and restaurants and walking distance of train station. Very well appointed room with good quality bedding and toiletries. Sandi and Bryan were excellent hosts and Sandi’s delicious baked goods were an extra daily treat. Good choice at breakfast time served in a lovely room overlooking the garden. Overall the Old Vicarage is wonderful place to stay which I would definately recommend.