Places to Visit
If you need suggestions for places to visit and/or days out throughout North Devon, West Somerset and Exmoor we are only too happy to help.
Recommended places to visit in North Devon:
Walk along the disocvery trail which circles around the reservoir and is 2.5km (1.5miles) long or spend a day trout angling day and season fishing permits are available please follow the link below for more information: http://www.discoverwistlandpound.org.uk/wistlandpound_facilities_activit...
Near South Molton, North Devon
Arlington Court is only a short walk from Whitemeadows Self Catering Accommodation, it is an intimate Regency house containing treasures for all tastes, from model ships to shells, all collected by the Chichesters. Offering incident and contrast, the 19th-century picturesque garden is a perfect place to explore, have a picnic or play.
Arlington, near Barnstaple, North Devon
Lundy is just off the North Devon coast, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel. A granite outcrop, three and a half miles long and half a mile wide. In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoilt. Ferry to Lundy Departs from Bideford, North Devon. Alternatively take a helicopter ride from Hartland Point, North Devon.
Rosemoor is a distinctive garden of contrasts that offers visitors a wealth of ideas to inspire & delight
Great Torrington, North Devon.
Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway
Enjoy stunning views of the North Devon Coastline as you glide up and down the 862 foot length of track; from Lynmouth resting at the foot of the cliffs to Lynton perched 500 feet above.
Lynmouth, North Devon
View exotic and rare animals and birds at Exmoor Zoo 362 days of the year. Open at 10 am every morning, closed only on December 24th, 25th and 26th.
Barnstaple, North Devon
Recommended places to visit in Somerset:
Sited on top of a wooded hill, a castle has existed here since at least Norman times, with an impressive medieval gatehouse and ruined tower giving a reminder of its turbulent history.
Dunster, near Minehead, Somerset
The area has been a destination of travellers and holidaymakers for centuries, each one curious to view the magnificent limestone gorge carved into the southern slopes of the Mendip hills above the village of Cheddar.
Reaching 500 feet in places, the sides of the ravine boast the highest inland cliffs in the country and can be viewed both from the public road running through the base of the gorge or from footpaths along the cliff tops.
Recommended places to visit in Exmoor:
The ancient bridge of Tarr Steps is a well-known visitor attraction but the beautiful wooded valley of the River Barle is also worth exploring for its wildlife. Combined with the heathland of Winsford Hill and its wild ponies, this makes a varied walk.
Dulverton, Exmoor, Somerset.