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Attractions in North Devon

  • Lundy Island lies 11 miles off the north Devon coast, three miles long and half a mile wide, a place of outstanding natural beauty, skies full of birds, pirate haunts and more.

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

  • Situated in a stunning valley less than a mile from the coast. The Garden started in the 1930’s and the theme is to make everything as natural as possible

  • Late Victorian walled garden designed and built in 1883. Includes adjoining vegetable garden surrounded by 10 Victorian greenhouses

  • 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.

  • 12th monastery and family home of the Stucley family. The abbey contains collections of pictures, furniture and porcelain. Gardens and grounds are also open with peacocks and guinea fowl roaming free

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

  • Regency house, set in extensive estate. Impressive collection of horse-drawn vehicles.

  • A deep, lush wooded river valley or 'combe' running down to the sea at Heddon's Mouth beach

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