Watersmeet, varied Exmoor landscape of rocky coastline, heather moorland, wooded valleys and fast-flowing rivers. Dramatic stretch of the South West Coast Path with one of Britain’s deepest river gorges.
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Tranquil park and woodland surrounding a small country house in Bovey Tracey on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. Garden park, walled garden, orchard with historic Devon cider apple trees, Read more [...]
Clovelly has a single steep cobbled street that runs down past 16th Century fisherman’s cottages to the harbour. The road is half a mile (0.8km) long but drops some 400ft Read more [...]
Undisturbed by cars, the island of Lundy has a small village with an inn, Victorian church and the 13th-century Marisco Castle. The Island has a variety of migratory seabirds, heathland Read more [...]
The Tarka Trail is a figure-of-eight route, based on Barnstaple, and covers some 180 miles (290 km) of path through North and Mid Devon, from the Atlantic Coast, the estuaries Read more [...]
Lydford Gorge is the deepest gorge in the South West, with the spectacular 30-metre Whitelady waterfall. Woodland trails through a deep-cut ravine alongside the river Lyd.
Brent Tor is on the western edge of Dartmoor, rising to 1100 ft (330m) above sea level. The Church of St Michael strands at the top of the Tor, the parish church of Read more [...]
Bideford Bay and Hartland, coastal area away from the crowds, an excellent location for families and sporting groups. The Bideford Bay shoreline has excellent rock-pooling. With 30 miles of footpaths Read more [...]
Berry Head, designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, is an extensive limestone headland. The near-perpendicular cliffs rise 60m and the constant action of the waves has gouged out Read more [...]
Glen Lyn Gorge is situated in Lynmouth, is part of Exmoor National Park within a designated sight of special scientific interest. It is the site of the “Power of Water Read more [...]
The West Exmoor Coast, North East Devon, from Combe Martin to Woody Bay, west of Lynton has six miles of towering cliffs, secluded coves, wooded river valleys and heather moorland Read more [...]
Ilfracombe harbour is the largest on the North Devon coast. The harbour has been critical to this are for several centuries. Ilfracombe harbour is an ideal location from which to Read more [...]