Things To See and Do
With two National Parks, a variety of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and an abundance of beautiful coastline, you’ll find spectacular scenery wherever you look, giving plenty of opportunities to make the most of the fresh air. Devon has a wealth of heritage and this can be witnessed throughout the grand stately homes, fascinating museums and magnificent gardens dotted all over the county.
Devon is the only county in England that has two National Parks and the only county in the UK to have non-continuous coastline on both the north and south. close to the coast, lends itself perfectly to outdoor activities, such as walking, cycling and watersports. There is also plenty to do out of season, with the south west's largest indoor climbing wall just one of many indoor activities.
Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay, What to Do in Devon
Devon is highly regarded for its fantastic fresh produce and the county has in fact been awarded Fairtrade county status since 2008. With so many places to eat and drink, you are not going to be disappointed in Devon.
From fruit and vegetables to meat and fish, the county boasts a high standard of food that can be found across its variety of restaurants, markets and festivals. Not forgetting fish and chips, ice cream and fudge too!
The delicacy that the county is most renowned for would be that of the cream tea. A scone topped with clotted cream homemade jam, this sweet treat is a must try during a visit to the area. Pasties are also widely eaten in the county and are crimped on top and oval shaped, differing from the Cornish counterparts, which are crimped on the side and take a semi-circle shape.
Come and enjoy some of South Devon’s freshest seafood and carefully sourced quality meats in our relaxed and informal restaurant. Prepared, cooked and served with passion and care.
An award winning, rustic seafood restaurant, serving a selection of daily catch seafood - with heaps of charm.
A 13th Century village pub steeped in history and bursting with original charm and character. Inglenook fireplace, log burners & beams a plenty..
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