Posts Tagged: north devon

Playhut Ilfracome

http://www.tunnelsbeaches.co.uk/playhut.html “The PLAY HUT, next to CAFE BLUE BAR is a haven for all families. RELAX in STYLISH surroundings, rain or shine, while your kids ENJOY the indoor and outdoor PLAY areas. Only £2.50 per child per hour (0-10yrs) and

Playhut Ilfracome

http://www.tunnelsbeaches.co.uk/playhut.html “The PLAY HUT, next to CAFE BLUE BAR is a haven for all families. RELAX in STYLISH surroundings, rain or shine, while your kids ENJOY the indoor and outdoor PLAY areas. Only £2.50 per child per hour (0-10yrs) and

Tarka Trail Guide

Here’s a link to a useful leaflet detailing walks and places to visit along the Tarka Trail train. Click to access The-Tarka-Line-Leaflet.pdf On a nice day, get off at any station enroute and do one of the walks described in

Tarka Trail Guide

Here’s a link to a useful leaflet detailing walks and places to visit along the Tarka Trail train. Click to access The-Tarka-Line-Leaflet.pdf On a nice day, get off at any station enroute and do one of the walks described in

Area of Outstanding National Beauty

The flat is situated right in the middle of an designated Area of Outstanding National Beauty. This new, map-based website is designed to help you plan walking and biking trips around the coastline. http://explorethecoast.org/  

Area of Outstanding National Beauty

The flat is situated right in the middle of an designated Area of Outstanding National Beauty. This new, map-based website is designed to help you plan walking and biking trips around the coastline. http://explorethecoast.org/  

Marwood Hill Gardens

“Open daily during 1st March-30th September, 10am-5:00pm and then until October 27th, 11am-4:00pm Check the diary for the latest updates, and our events page for a list of upcoming events in the gardens and Tea room.” (From the Website).

Marwood Hill Gardens

“Open daily during 1st March-30th September, 10am-5:00pm and then until October 27th, 11am-4:00pm Check the diary for the latest updates, and our events page for a list of upcoming events in the gardens and Tea room.” (From the Website).

Williams Arms, Braunton

“The Williams Arms is a 16th Century thatched Free House of distinction. It has been personally owned and managed by the Squire family since 1976. We pride ourselves serving mainly English cuisine from our menu providing high quality, combined with

Williams Arms, Braunton

“The Williams Arms is a 16th Century thatched Free House of distinction. It has been personally owned and managed by the Squire family since 1976. We pride ourselves serving mainly English cuisine from our menu providing high quality, combined with

Sandleigh Tea Rooms, Croyde

“From what was just a small house with a huge grassy yard full of weeds in 2009, Sandleigh has since (early 2010) been totally transformed into a fantastic tea room and garden which not only sells lovely home-made food, but

Sandleigh Tea Rooms, Croyde

“From what was just a small house with a huge grassy yard full of weeds in 2009, Sandleigh has since (early 2010) been totally transformed into a fantastic tea room and garden which not only sells lovely home-made food, but

The Thatch

“We offer excellent pub food, real ales and fine wines.  With superbmenus and a daily choice of black board specials, offering local fresh fish and farm produce from across Devon and Exmoor.  All served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere by our wonderful staff who are at the heart of this busy and popular Inn.   Weekends throughout

The Thatch

“We offer excellent pub food, real ales and fine wines.  With superbmenus and a daily choice of black board specials, offering local fresh fish and farm produce from across Devon and Exmoor.  All served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere by our wonderful staff who are at the heart of this busy and popular Inn.   Weekends throughout

Tapeley Park

“Tapeley-or Tapelia as it is known in the Doomsday Book– has for over 1000 years held the fantastic elevated position overlooking the River Torridge. The views stretch as far as the Island of Lundy and fade into the horizon over the Atlantic.

Tapeley Park

“Tapeley-or Tapelia as it is known in the Doomsday Book– has for over 1000 years held the fantastic elevated position overlooking the River Torridge. The views stretch as far as the Island of Lundy and fade into the horizon over the Atlantic.

Combe Martin

“Situated in a beautiful and fertile valley on the western edge of Exmoor, Combe Martin lies at the center of some of North Devon’s most spectacular scenery. The approach to Combe Martin, along the coastal road, offers the visitor glimpses

Combe Martin

“Situated in a beautiful and fertile valley on the western edge of Exmoor, Combe Martin lies at the center of some of North Devon’s most spectacular scenery. The approach to Combe Martin, along the coastal road, offers the visitor glimpses