Tucked away on 20 acres of private wild flower fields and aged woodland sits our carefully restored 1930’s Bow Top Gypsy Caravan, just minutes away from arguably the best most pristine coastline in the country.

 

 
     

Peppercombe: A local gem, as with all local gems it starts with a pub, and ends in a 3km walk down to a quiet untouched beach, great for bass fishing, picnics, surfing, and warm enough to skinny dip in August when the Gulf Stream pushes in a long the North Devon Coast, offering the warmest waters in the country,

Bucksmills: Less of a walk and not so hidden as Peppercombe, this old Lime producing village is perfect for lazy afternoons.

Appledore: Quaint historic fishing village, winding streets, local fish and chips, clotted cream ice cream, fishing trips and lively pubs. The Champ Pub is a must for amazing food, drink and atmosphere.

Abbotsham: Small village with a nice local pub and a leisurely walk down to a quiet beach.

Westward Ho! Made famous by Charles Kipling is a busy but not so attractive surf town, but home to the Royal North Devon Golf Club.

Bideford: Ferry to Lundy island, weekend market, the closest starting point for the Tarker trail cycle track, shops and pubs. Also home to 'The Burton Art Gallery' housing a large collection of local pottery and ever changing exhibitions.

Torrington: Home to the charming Rosemoor Garden, also about 1 hour along the Tarker Trail From Bideford.

Clovelly: Ancient fishing village, great walks, cobbled streets, local pub.

Braunton: surf town and home to the country’s best fish and chips.

Croyde: small fun surfing village, with a great atmosphere and over priced beer.

Wollacombe: busy surf town and home to the countries oldest night club.

Barnstaple: Busy Shopping town, cinema, restaurants, museum.

Torrington: RHS Rosemoor Gardens a fantastic landscaped garden.

 

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