There’s lots of places to visit and things to do in North Devon. Here’s a list of local attractions to visit during your stay with us
Arlington Court is a neoclassical style country house built 1820-23, situated in the parish of Arlington, next to the parish church of St James, 5 1/4 miles NE of Barnstaple, north Devon, England. It is a Grade II* listed building. The park and gardens are Grade II* listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.See Website
Situated between South Molton and Barnstaple in the village of Filleigh, Castle Hill offers visitors a great garden experience whatever the season. As you arrive your eye will be drawn to the ochre coloured house nestled under the hill on which is perched the Castle.See Website
Clovelly is a harbour village in the Torridge district of Devon, England. Its steep pedestrianised cobbled main street, donkeys and views over the Bristol Channel attract numerous tourists. At the 2011 census, the parish population was 443, which was 50 fewer than ten years previously.The ward of Clovelly Bay includes the island of Lundy.See Website
Combe Martin is a village, civil parish and former manor on the North Devon coast about 4 miles east of Ilfracombe. It is a small seaside resort with a sheltered cove on the northwest edge of the Exmoor National Park.See Website
A family run wildlife & dinosaur park set in over 28 acres of spectacular gardens within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
As well as lions, wolves, sea lions, primates, meerkats, penguins and more, we are well known for our impressive life sized animatronic dinosaurs& gigantic indoor soft play area for dinomite fun, whatever the weather!
Premium Made in UK crystal collections are hand-crafted from the finest materials
by highly experienced glass makers in our Devon factory.
Take a journey along our dramatic coast, and then follow the rivers valleys that climb through the wooded combes to the high moorlands. Discover the hidden history that waits to be discovered and the wildlife that thrives in this amazing landscape.See Website
Exmoor Zoo took over the run down Bird Gardens, which had been operating since 1982, in April 1993. Danny and Lynn Reynolds and the family have achieved great things in the intervening years by renovating existing enclosures and building new exhibits of mammals, birds and reptiles on a year to year basis. This makes it, the very different and unique attraction that it is todaySee Website
Ilfracombe is a seaside resort and civil parish on the North Devon coast, England, with a small harbour surrounded by cliffs. The parish stretches along the coast from the 'Coastguard Cottages' in Hele Bay toward the east and 4 miles along the Torrs to Lee Bay toward the west. The resort is hilly and the highest point within the parish boundary is 'Hore Down Gate', 2 miles inland and 860 feet above sea levelSee Website
Picturesque Lynmouth provides a romantic escape from modern living with its rows of charming fishing cottages and shops that cluster around the pretty harbour of gently bobbing boats. Lynton perched high above is a vibrant Victorian village retaining a quaint mix of times present and times past.See Website
Quince Honey Farm are a manufacturer of quality honey products, join workshops and course to find out how to make fantastic honey recipes at home.See Website
The Royal Horticultural Society is the world's leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place – we are committed to inspiring everyone to growSee Website
Saunton Sands is a beach near the English village of Saunton on the North Devon coast near Braunton, popular for longboard surfing. Beyond its southern end, Crow Point, England is the mouth of the River Tawestuary. It is part of the Taw-Torridge estuary Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is at the centre of the UNESCO-designated North Devon's Biosphere Reserve, where Braunton Burrows lies at the heart.See Website
One of the West Country’s premier Family Tourist Attractions where you can enjoy a Victorian Castle full of eclectic treasures, nostalgic displays and curios, a theme park including rides and play areas, and beautiful landscaped gardens.See Website
Woolacombe is a seaside resort on the coast of North Devon, England, which lies at the mouth of a valley (or 'combe') in the parish of Mortehoe. The beach is 3 miles long, sandy, gently sloping and faces the Atlantic Ocean near the western limit of the Bristol Channel.See Website