Attractions within 25 miles

Natural

North Devon coast including Hartland

North Cornwall coast including Bude, Widemouth Bay, and Crackington Haven.

The magnificent moors of Dartmoor to the East, Exmoor to the North and Bodmin Moor to the West.

Lundy Island (day trips by boat from Bideford available in season)

Roadford Reservoir and Tamar Lakes, walk, wheel or cycle around the lake, or enjoy a range of watersports including windsurfing, sailing, kayacking and fishing.

 

Historic / Towns


Launceston, ancient stannary town and capital of Cornwall.

Holsworthy, bustling market town with charming square and market every Wednesday.

Clovelly, privately owned ancient port with it's renown cobbled high street (please note an entrance charge applies)

Bude, fabulous coastal resort and home to the famous Bude Jazz festival which takes place every August.

Tavistock, market town set in the heart of the Dartmoor National Park.

Hartland Abbey and Hartland Point.

 

Gardens


As well as a magnificent range of National Trust gardens we are also very close to:

RHS Rosemoor, Great Torrington

Tapeley Park, Instow

Docton Mill, Nr. Hartland

 

Attractions


Recapture the wonderful days of steam on the Launceston Steam Railway, at Dingles Steam Village in Lifton or on the Bodmin Steam Railway.

Step back in time at the historic mining port of Morwellham Quay, near Tavistock

Enjoy creative crafts at Dartington Crystal, Torrington and Brannams Pottery in Barnstaple.

There is lots of family fun to be had at the Milky Way, just outside Clovelly; the Big Sheep at Bideford and at Watermouth Castle & Family Theme Park.

Enjoy animal encounters at Tamar Otter Sanctuary near Launceston, the Big Sheep at Bideford, and at the Alpaca Park near Halwill.