Award winning self catering luxury in North Devon
Seahorse Apartments form part of a family run business, Westward Living Ltd., who are locally renowned for creating high spec, luxury self catering accommodation. Created to enhance the local area and to showcase the unrivalled location and views, the apartments allow guests to access the many beautiful aspects of Devon life whilst bringing self catering luxury to North Devon.
The Seahorse Apartments are situated in Westward Ho’s prestigious Latitude 51 development, overlooking the beach with unrivalled views across the ocean. Comprising three fully equipped, self-contained units which offer disabled access and a lift service, the Seahorse Apartments are ideally located and equipped for family beach holidays, action packed walking holidays and romantic seaside breaks. Latitude 51’s Boutique store, Everything Westward, and The Blue and Green, a restaurant offering exquisite locally sourced and produced food, are situated on-site, making the Seahorse Apartments the perfect base for your seaside retreat, all year round.
Our properties are inspected annually by Visit England and we are very proud that each apartment has achieved the prestigious 5 star gold award teach year since they were established. In 2014 the Seahorse Apartments won Gold for Best Self Catering Establishment and Winner of Winners at the Devon Tourism Awards.
Daily maid services are available upon request, and we even have a dog you can borrow for walks!
About Westward Ho!
Westward Ho! is a picturesque seaside village situated on the Atlantic coastline. The A39 road provides access from the towns of Barnstaple, Bideford and Bude. It lies at the south end of Northam Burrows and faces westward into Bideford Bay, opposite Saunton Sands and Braunton Burrows.
The village name comes from the title of Charles Kingsley's novel Westward Ho! (1855), which was set in nearby Bideford. The book was a bestseller, and entrepreneurs saw the opportunity to develop tourism in the area. Development of the village began ten years after the 1855 Kingsley novel was published, in order to satisfy the Victorians' passion for seaside holidays. Westward Ho! is known today for its surfing seas and the long expanse of clean sand backed by a pebble ridge and grasslands which extends for about three miles.
Westward Ho! Is part of the buffer zone that protects the UNESCO Biosphere Area of Braunton Burrows – a unique area of coast and mobile dunes that is listed as being on a par with Ayers Rock and the great Pyramids with regard to international environmental importance.
Westward Ho! has over 2 miles of Blue Flag status sandy beach which is easily accessible from the village end via a slip way and from the Appledore end by a foot bridge. The Pebble Ridge protects the land behind the beach, a natural feature formed of large pebbles, which prevents inundation by high tides.
We hope you have a wonderful stay with us here in Westward Ho! and look forward to hosting you during your break.