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Attractions in Braunton

  • 16th Century watermill with 18ft overshot wheel. Serves cream teas and pottery produced on site.

  • A network of hand carved tunnels leading to unique sheltered beaches and tidal victorian bathing pool.

  • A fascinating journey from an Exmoor stream to the Atlantic Ocean, passing through the Taw estuary, local rockpools and Ilfracombe Harbour.

  • A most unique and intriguing property, steeped in mystery and unrivalled history from the Saxon era to the modern day.

  • Over 18 acres of landscaped gardens. Large collection of trees, shrubs, herbaceous and alpine plants

  • Opened in 1932 this small museum offers a quirky, eclectic range of exhibits from butterflies to buddhas

  • The North Devon Maritime Museum is located in the sea port and village of Appledore, which sits on the estuary of the River Taw and River Torridge.

  • Running through the Devonshire countryside is the Tarka Line, a 39 mile railway line that runs from Exeter to Barnstaple and takes approximately one hour to make the full journey.