Just off the coast of North Devon is Lundy Island. This 3 mile long and half mile wide island is owned by the National Trust and welcomes visitors to view its stunning landscape and the beautiful and diverse wildlife that lives there. The name 'Lundy' derives from Norse for 'Puffin Island' - You can still see many of these unusual birds on the island today. You can visit lundy via boat, The MS Oldenburg leaves from Bideford Quay regularly.
Exmoor National Park contains an amazing variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles. This unique landscape consists of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, which was shaped by people and nature over thousands of years.
High cliffs plunge into the Bristol Channel, and cosy pubs and tearooms offer delicious local produce.
Experience up close many amazing animals, life sized dinosaurs and much much more! Set in over 30 acres of spectacular gardens within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Swim with Sea lions, Meet the Meerkats, Feed the lions, Become a Falconer and Feed the lemurs are just some of the things you can get involved in.
The World famous Cliff Railway - It’s the most exciting way to travel between the two historic towns of Lynton and Lynmouth. Enjoy stunning views of the North Devon Coastline as you traverse the 862 foot length of track from Lynmouth nestling at the foot of the cliffs to Lynton perched 500 feet above
Stroll around the enchanting 65-acre garden. Rosemoor is a garden of intoxicating beauty, meticulously crafted and planted, retaining the essence of rural North Devon within a dramatic backdrop of steep wooded valley sides. Whatever the season, the exciting colours, scents and textures mean that all your senses will be stimulated, and with both formal and informal gardens - as well as woodland walks, water features and open spaces - there is something for children and adults alike to enjoy.
Arlington Court is a complete family estate. An intimate Regency house containing treasures for all tastes, from model ships to shells, all collected by the Chichesters. The 19th-century picturesque garden is a perfect place to explore, picnic or play. The tranquil estate, abundant with wildlife, includes an ancient heronry. The Carriage Museum, in the stables, has a vehicle for every occasion from cradle to grave. Our working horses and stables keep the story alive.