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Dr Charles Kingsley’s childhood home - inspiration for his children’s classic “The Water Babies” and Westward Hoe! Ancient picturesque cobbled street with charming cottages tumbling down a hill into a tiny fishing harbour, hotel and pub. Large visitor centre and café at the top and Land Rover rides back up.

Hartland Point

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Dramatic sweeping coastal views - small village and lighthouse. Places to stay S.C. cottages with indoor swimming pools and farmhouse B&Bs tucked away in these North Devon hamlets - stay at the aptly named Welcome. Take a scenic drive on The North Devon Atlantic Highway - this is the coast road taking you into Cornwall. Hartland Abbey and its wonderful gardens.

Exmoor National Park

North Devon covers only one third of Exmoor - two thirds is in Somerset - a stunning landscape - glorious coastline - historical attractions - deep wooded combes -cottages to castles - sparkling rivers - wild heather clad moor and everywhere breathtaking views.
Exmoor covers 269 sq miles with over 600 miles of public footpaths and bridleways and is known as England's Playground for horses and riders - this could apply for walkers too.
The inspiration for the hymn “all things bright and beautiful”. Dramatic “hogs back cliffs” rise hundreds of feet out of the Bristol Channel then drop down to hidden coves. Exmoor fulfils all Naturalist’s and birdwatchers dreams. Exmoor National Park is home to England's only herd's of wild Red Deer - which is the UK’s largest wild mammal and the emblem of the Exmoor National Park. Winsford Hill is one of the locations for the famous Exmoor Ponies.
Exmoor and North Devon has a challenging and breathtaking section of The South West Coastal Path. Leave your car and go walking off the beaten track - this is the best way to discover - North Devon & Exmoor's hidden delights.

Lynton & Lynmouth

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Once a fashionable Victorian seaside resort with the Victorian’s - and still attracting many visitors. Lynton & Lynmouth is unspoilt by modern man - known throughout the UK for its scenic joys as England’s “Little Switzerland.”
Enjoy wonderful moorland or woodland walks by the side of the sparkling East and West Lyn Rivers. Marvel at the National Trusts beauty spot of Watersmeet.
Places to visit -

A museum devoted to the terrible flood that happened on the 15th of August 1952.
The religious retreat of Lee Abbey www.leeabbey.org.uk stands amid the quite amazing landscape of The Valley of the Rocks - if you are lucky you will see a herd of wild goats!
Follow the coastal path to Heddons Mouth - Great Hangman - Combe Martin - Watermouth Cove - Ilfracombe - Lee Bay and Hele Bay - all Devon delights.
You will be spoilt for choice with places to stay suiting all pockets and tastes - easily found in and around Lynton & Lynmouth.- most have amazing views out over Lynton & Lynmouth - accross the Bristol Channel to the far distant mountains of Wales.

Combe Martin

Renown for having the longest village street in England - ending at a picturesque bay with good access to spectacular walking - offers excellent places to eat and shop - a good choice of accommodation exists in or around Combe Martin - Berrynarbour - Parracombe - Watermouth - Ilfracombe.
Combe Martin is a good holiday destination with lots of choice of quality holiday cottage complexes offering indoor swimming pools and wonderful views.
This area has easy access to all of the North Devon Beaches and Exmoor National Parks own spectacular delights.

Places to visit -
Combe Martin Dinosaur Museum - Watermouth Castle and Watermouth Cove.
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