The Pyne Arms does a fantastic Sunday roast dinner made with top-quality local produce. And the best bit? You’ll have to read on!
This is a great circular walk combining pleasant inland walking and stunning coastal paths. It’s a fabulously refreshing pick-me-up!
This walk around Crow Point packs in so much gorgeous scenery in less than two hours, great for an afternoon walk. Great for dogs too.
Tarka Pottery is not your average pottery experience. In this homely art studio overlooking the hills around Torrington you can create some magic to take home.
Not a walk for the faint hearted! The steep South West Coast Path around Hartland is challenging, but the scenery is equally as rewarding.
A fantastic carvery is available every day at Country Cousins, and the traditional touches make it a very special place for a meal out.
Carveries aren’t just reserved for Sundays at the Williams Arms in Braunton. This is a fantastic place for a roast whenever you find yourself in the mood for a British classic.
Escape Down the Rabbit Hole is a magical new attraction in Barnstaple. It certainly had me spellbound when we tried to escape from one of their challenging escape rooms.
A freshly baked, delicious Devon cream tea is a thing of great joy, and a great place to experience this joy is the Town Farmhouse Tea Garden in Mortehoe. Definitely one of the best cream teas in North Devon.
The Olive Room in Ilfracombe is the jewel in North Devon’s foodie crown. Thomas Carr’s culinary genius is guaranteed to deliver a very special meal.
A teashop worth making a special journey for can be found in the North Devon market town of South Molton – the food at The Corn Dolly Tea Shop is fit for a king!
See what makes quaint British villages and market towns so charming on this circular walk between South Molton and North Molton, complete with hills, fields and countryside views.