Things to do and places to stay. Whether you want to explore castles on the coast, build castles on the beach, walk the dog, relax with a cuppa, or seek thrills, we've got it covered.
The Milky Way - If you’re looking for family attractions and things to do in North Devon or North Cornwall, The Milky Way Adventure Park has it all!
The Big Sheep - North Devon's all weather family attraction - rollercoasters, animals and a brewery for the grown ups
The Eden Project - See the massive Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants, exhibitions and stories serve as a backdrop to our striking contemporary gardens, summer concerts and exciting year-round family events.
North Devon Wakepark - This stunning lake is situated in the beautiful fields of North Devon and has a variety of water based activities for all ages.
Tamar Lake - Surrounded by British countryside and nestled on the Cornwall and Devon border, Upper and Lower Tamar Lakes are steeped in industrial history and bursting with wildlife. The Lakes offers a great day out for families, bird watchers and fishermen alike.
Clovelly - From Elizabethan times until today, Clovelly has been in private ownership, which has helped preserve its original atmosphere. The village remains a fully functioning working village, clinging to a 400 foot cliff, overlooking Bideford bay.
Clovelly Court Gardens - A lovely little victorian walled garden, full of fruits and other plant life, with great views across the channel.
Docton Mill Gardens and Tea Rooms - Gold medal award winning Flower Gardens. Voted Best Cream Tea in Devon and best Tea Room in North Devon
Tintagel Castle - Immerse yourself in history, myths and stunning scenery at Tintagel Castle, set high on Cornwall's rugged north coast between Padstow and Bude and Inextricably linked with the legend of King Arthur.
Places to stay
Home Farm B&B - The perfect place to discover the real North Devon and Cornwall. Close to beaches, woodland nature reserves and ideally situated right on the border of England's finest two counties.
Koa Tree - Luxury camping and a lot of adventure in geodesic domes, rustic wooden cabins or comfy canvas bell tents.
Little Nod Holiday Chalet - a comfortable bungalow situated on a small secluded site of 12 properties and is open all year round... and it's right next to our pub!
Mead Barn Cottages - Dog friendly self-catering holiday cottages set within a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.
Berry Park - a splendid Victorian Country House, full of character and set in six acres of attractive gardens and fields in the beautiful Devon countryside right next to the border with Cornwall.
Southhole Barns - Tucked away on the coastline, Southole Barns is a haven of peace and tranquility. Nestling in a secluded south facing valley in a designated Coastal Preservation Area, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Nature Conservancy Zone, the Barns enjoy amazing views amidst the timeless beauty of the North Devon countryside & coastline.
Loveland Farm - A campsite, yes....but with a difference, a place where sustainability comes first, the beautiful basics are encouraged and life is just that little bit simpler.
Hot Tub Hideaways - An extensive range of luxury lodges and cabins across Devon, each with a private hot tub!
Welcombe, http://www.welcombe.org.uk/ - especially useful to find places to stay near The Old Smithy Inn.