Described by one reviewer as “so quaint it hurts”, the Croyde Deckchair Cinema in the village hall never fails to delight visitors. It can seem a shame to go to the cinema on a warm day by the sea, so have the best of both worlds and watch a film in a comfy retro deckchair.
There’s a licensed bar in the hall too, and the best part is you can choose a single deckchair or make it the perfect date by choosing a double one. If you love local cinema with character this should be top of your list, the deckchair cinema so check its opening times before you go. The Croyde Deckchair Cinema is open most Wednesdays during the school holidays and on Sundays of Bank Holidays, and it’s best to book your deckchair in advance as it’s always very popular.
There are occasional film showings for seasonal events such as Halloween, and silent films have even been known to be accompanied by live bands to create a film experience you’ll never forget. The village hall is accessible for disabled visitors and includes a disabled loo to make things even easier. For more information and to reserve your deckchair call the hall on 07583 204601.
1 Jones's Hill, Croyde, North Devon, EX33 1LX