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.
Jump around and get down at Air Extreme in Barnstaple – a great attraction for a variety of ages that gets the adrenaline pumping.
Heddon’s Mouth is a favourite with walkers, offering a country pub, easy riverside walk and a pebble beach. Extend it to include Trentishoe Down and you can also enjoy some fabulous coastline and a challenging uphill.
Watersmeet has got to be one of the most popular walks in North Devon, but if you’re looking for something a little bit longer, make a great walk even better by adding a slight detour to Countisbury.