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R.H.S. Rosemoor Gardens
Set deep in the lovely North Devon countryside, RHS Garden Rosemoor is a garden of national importance. Lady Anne Berry gifted Rosemoor to the RHS in 1988, since then, the original eight acres have been greatly developed into 65 acres of enchanting garden and woodlands.

Rosemoor

Dartington Crystal

See world famous Dartington Crystal created Watch carefully as our craftsmen work together to transform hot molten crystal into elegant shapes, perfecting an art 3000 years in the making! Take home a reminder of your visit. Both adults and children can get involved in the hands-on Glass Art Activities Area. Our Crystal Shop has an extensive range of superb Dartington Crystal made just a few feet away.

Dartington

Tarka Trail

The Tarka Trail, over 180 miles in length taking a looping route through North and Mid Devon, from the rugged Atlantic Coast, the estuaries of the two rivers of Tarka the otter fame, the Rivers Taw and Torridge through rural Devon Countryside onto the northern Slopes of Dartmoor, and the source of the River Taw.

Tarka Trail Tarka Trail

Libbaton Golf Course
5 Minutes drive is Libbaton Golf Club set in the heart of the beautiful Devon countryside, only 10 miles from Barnstaple, is one of the county's, undiscovered golfing gems! With water coming into play on at least 10 holes it provides a serious test for the more accomplished player whilst giving the less proficient an extremely enjoyable day out

Libbaton Golf

Chulmleigh Golf Course

The course is ideal for families and for anyone who wants to try the game, yet it remain a challenge for the experianced golfer. Chulmleigh golf course has been developed over the years into what is to day one of the finest short hole courses open to the public. It has featured in a BBC production and on Sky sports

Chulmleigh Golf

Fishing

Stafford Moor Fishery

A mature sixty seven acre estate surrounded with huge pine trees hides twenty two acres of heavily stocked lakes. Country lovers of all ages will enjoy the wildlife and splendid scenery Stafford Moor has to offer. There are plenty of idyllic spots for a quiet picnic, painting, birdwatching or just walking through the woodlands and watch the Deer, Kingfishers, Woodpeckers, Cuckoos, Jays and Buzzards who live here.

Riding Stables

Boldtry Riding Stables Chulmleigh 20 minutes drive

Dartmoor and Exmoor

Some of Devon's most beautiful beaches and moorland scenery (Dartmoor and Exmoor) are within thirty minutes drive

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Glorious Local Beaches

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The Big Sheep
There are loads of fun packed outdoor activities including Mountain Boarding for the more adventurous in the family and Outdoor Laser Games where families can battle it out using state of the art eye-safe laser guns. Farm Safari rides, magical lakeside train rides, pony rides, pottery, free beer tasting and a chance to feed the baby lambs are just some of the treats in store.

The Milky Way Adventure Park
Milky Way Adventure Park in North Devon has it all. With adventure, live entertainment, education and even an alien encounter, it's a great day out for the whole family whatever the weather! Why not ride the Clone Zone, Europe's first interactive dark ride featuring a suspended coaster. Pilot the Droid Destroyer Dodgems for a smashing time or just kick back and watch our amazing live shows throughout the day.

Quince Honey Farm
In 1999 Quince Honey Farm celebrated 50 years of honey production. Founded in 1949 the farm has grown over the years until today it is the largest honey farm in the country. The large exhibition halls were added in 1980. Now a stream of visitors as well as schools and other organised parties study the bees working and living inside their hives as well as seeing the whole process of honey production from hive to jar.

Clovelly Village

Clovelly is One of the most visited villages in North Devon. White washed houses clinging to the hillside. Cobbled village streets leading down to a most ancient and beautiful harbour. Clovelly is a delight to explore, particularly out of Season or late in the afternoon when the crowds have gone. Cats asleep on steps. Hanging baskets. Working boats in the Harbour overlooked by the Red Lion Hotel. A nice place to rest before the walk back up. Fancy a trip around the Bay?. Superb coastal walks too.

 

Plus lots more, visit http://www.devon.gov.uk/attractions
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