Hotels in Kingsbridge

Search and compare Kingsbridge hotels from hundreds of travel sites and save

Kingsbridge, England, United Kingdom
18 May — 19 May2
Kingsbridge, England, United Kingdom
Wed 18/5
Thu 19/5
...and more

Refine Your Search

Star ratings
Guest Ratings
Amenities
Freebies
See all filters

Popular Hotels in Kingsbridge

Filter by star ratings
All filters
Hope & Anchor
Hope & Anchor
8.7 Excellent
Hope Cove, Kingsbridge, United Kingdom
Show on map
7.2 km from city centre, Kingsbridge 
ExcellentBased on 249 reviews
8.7

Set within the scenic countryside of Hope Cove, Hope & Anchor offers comfortable accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as room service. This comfortable 3-star inn is just a 10-minute drive from Malborough.

Tips for booking a Kingsbridge hotel

Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:June
Average price in Kingsbridge:C$ 273/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 87/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
C$ 164 - C$ 462
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 211 - C$ 813
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Cheapest hotels in Kingsbridge, Devon

Show all 483 hotels
Hope & Anchor
Hope & Anchor
8.7 Excellent
Hope Cove, Kingsbridge, United Kingdom
Show on map
7.2 km from city centre,  

Set within the scenic countryside of Hope Cove, Hope & Anchor offers comfortable accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as room service. This comfortable 3-star inn is just a 10-minute drive from Malborough.

C$ 221
Avg. per night

Hotel prices in Kingsbridge

4 stars +
Hope & Anchor
#1 Most popular

Hope & Anchor

Hope Cove, Kingsbridge, United Kingdom

8.7 Excellent
C$ 222

Avg. per night

The Tradesman's Arms
#2 Most popular

The Tradesman's Arms

The Tradesman's Arms, Kingsbridge, United Kingdom

C$ 181

Avg. per night

Best prices found by HotelsCombined users in the past 24 hours.

Where to stay in Kingsbridge

About Kingsbridge

A quaint market town with cobbled streets, Kingsbridge is beloved for its picturesque countryside, pleasant beaches and scenic walking paths. Sitting on the banks of a beautiful estuary, Kingsbridge offers a range of water sports, while its main street is lined with shopfronts, cafes and pubs.

Things to do

Start your journey in Kingsbridge with a stroll along the Kingsbridge Estuary. Boat trips on this tranquil estuary are popular in summer, while adventurous travellers can spend an afternoon navigating the waters by kayaking, sailing or stand-up paddleboarding.

Kingsbridge offers easy access to South Devon’s most beautiful beaches, from the unspoiled landscapes at South Sands in Salcombe to the sandy shoreline of Hope Cove. If you’re travelling with the kids, take them to Thurlestone Beach to enjoy its shallow waters.

See a diverse collection of art, maritime history and natural history specimens at Overbecks Museum and Garden. You can meander through its banana garden and relax beneath the lush foliage, then explore the Edwardian seaside home of scientist Otto Overbeck to see the Polyphon, a giant Victorian music box.

Burgh Island is a hotspot for nature enthusiasts, famed for its links to Agatha Christie. It’s separated from the mainland during high tide only, so you can spend time wandering a coastline that’s part of the South West Coast Path and home to unique birdlife.

Getting around

Famed for its walking paths, the most rewarding way to see Kingsbridge is on foot. You can also use public transportation, with regular bus and train routes operating throughout the city. Plymouth Airport is 28 kilometres from the city centre.

Kingsbridge travel FAQs

A quaint market town with cobbled streets, Kingsbridge is beloved for its picturesque countryside, pleasant beaches and scenic walking paths. Sitting on the banks of a beautiful estuary, Kingsbridge offers a range of water sports, while its main street is lined with shopfronts, cafes and pubs.

Things to do in Kingsbridge

Start your journey in Kingsbridge with a stroll along the Kingsbridge Estuary. Boat trips on this tranquil estuary are popular in summer, while adventurous travellers can spend an afternoon navigating the waters by kayaking, sailing or stand-up paddleboarding.

Kingsbridge offers easy access to South Devon’s most beautiful beaches, from the unspoiled landscapes at South Sands in Salcombe to the sandy shoreline of Hope Cove. If you’re travelling with the kids, take them to Thurlestone Beach to enjoy its shallow waters.

See a diverse collection of art, maritime history and natural history specimens at Overbecks Museum and Garden. You can meander through its banana garden and relax beneath the lush foliage, then explore the Edwardian seaside home of scientist Otto Overbeck to see the Polyphon, a giant Victorian music box.

Burgh Island is a hotspot for nature enthusiasts, famed for its links to Agatha Christie. It’s separated from the mainland during high tide only, so you can spend time wandering a coastline that’s part of the South West Coast Path and home to unique birdlife.

Getting around Kingsbridge

Famed for its walking paths, the most rewarding way to see Kingsbridge is on foot. You can also use public transportation, with regular bus and train routes operating throughout the city. Plymouth Airport is 28 kilometres from the city centre.

  • What are the best hotels in Kingsbridge?

    Hope & Anchor, rated with a score of 8.7 from 249 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Kingsbridge. Other top stays include The Globe Inn, with an average rating of 8.7 from 519 reviewers, and Seaflowers, with a score of 9.5 from 99 reviewers.

  • What is a good hotel near Burgh Island?

    Fairwinds @ Bigbury-On-Sea is a hotel near Burgh Island that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 9.6 across 20 reviews.

  • What is a good hotel in Kingsbridge near Thurleston Beach?

    For a good hotel near to Thurleston Beach, consider Hope & Anchor - it is rated 8.7/10 from 249 HotelsCombined reviews.