5 edition of Tourist"s guide to North Devon and the Exmoor district found in the catalog.
by Edward Stanford
Written in English
North Devon and North Cornwall From Exmoor to the Scilly Isles With a Description of the Various Approaches by C. S. Ward Yorkshire The East Coast, York and the Country Between the N. E. Main Line and the Sea, Also the Cathedral and Castle of . To the west of Exmoor the Tarka Line runs from Exeter to Barnstaple, which is also linked by buses to Exmoor. There are also coach services available to Taunton, Tiverton, Minehead and Barnstaple. Exmoor can be reached in minutes from juncti 25 and 27 of the M5 - follow the brown tourist signs. How to get aroundFile Size: 3MB.
Lynton & Lynmouth, Lynton. K likes. Lynton & Lynmouth, often named 'England's Little Switzerland', are on the North Devon coast where Exmoor meets the sea. (). Charlie McVeigh runs pubs in London but his heart remains in North Devon, where he grew up. Here he picks his favourite places for a pint, from a hidden gem on the wilds of Exmoor to a party pub.
Visit Lynton & Lynmouth is the place to find places to stay, things to do, restaurants, cafes and attractions in and around the twin towns of Lynton & Lynmouth. It offers help and assistance that enables visitors to enjoy the most from their visit and is a . New Walking Guide for North Devon. Some of the best walking in the country is to be found in North Devon and Exmoor and this third title in a series from Culm Valley Publishing offers 15 routes through beautiful and often dramatic scenery. As well as fabulous coastal walking the guide also explores parts of the less well-known inland areas.
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Exmoor Tourism Guide. Why holiday or weekend break in Exmoor National Park. Dramatic coastline and high moor, wooded valley and rolling hills, Exmoor National Park is an intoxicating mix of landscapes.
This extraordinary place is home to impressive wildlife from its famous Exmoor ponies and red deer to peregrine falcons and seals. When asked what they love about North Devon & Exmoor, everyone's answer is different.
One thing is constant though: it's the perfect playground for doing what you love. Be it spending time with the family, walking the dog, eating out or celebrating with friends, to the people that live here, and visit here, North Devon really is the perfect place. Welcome to The Guidethe official tourism publication for North Devon and Exmoor.
In this issue you’ll find holiday tips and inspiration whatever your budget or style, plus plenty of. This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's award-winning North Devon & Exmoor remains the only dedicated general guide to this compelling area.
North Devon's relative inaccessibility has been a deterrent to ugly development, and Exmoor National Park is one of the smallest, least well known, and utterly delightful of all national parks. Slow North Devon and Exmoor - Expert local tips and holiday advice featuring the best cream teas and pubs, cycling, walking, hiking and wildlife.
Includes the International Dark Sky Reserve, local food and accommodation, Exmoor National Park, wildlife and birdwatching, Barnstaple, Braunton, Ilfracombe, Broomhill, Lundy Island and North Devon Coast.
This Tourists's Guide to North Devon and the Exmoor District is simple to bring you can read it in the recreation area, in the beach, train and soon.
If you did not have got much space to bring the printed book, you can buy the particular e-book. It is make you better to read it. You can save typically the book in your smart phone. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Like 0 Putsborough Beach, North Devon Coast Surfing on Woolacombe Beach North Devon and Exmoor are packed with award-winning sandy beaches, outdoor activities and attractions including zoos, theme parks and family fun farm parks.
Devon’s Atlantic North Coast offers some of the UK’s best surfing and bathing beaches at. Lundy Island lies 11 miles off the north Devon coast, three miles long and half a mile wide, a place of outstanding natural beauty, skies full of birds, pirate haunts and more.
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Anderson (), Lincoln Pocket Guide R.N. Worth (), Tourist's Guide to North Devon and the Exmoor district, Edward Stanford, OCLCOL M. Enjoy North Devon’s best guest houses, hotels, B&Bs, holiday parks, hostels, etc Adult only relaxing bed and breakfast.
51 St Brannock's Road. Ilfracombe EX34 8EQ. With great views over the town. 43 St Brannock's Road. Ilfracombe EX34 8EH. Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks. Four Holiday Parks for the price of one. Woolacombe EX34 7HW. The highest point in North Devon is metres above sea level at The Chains in Challacombe.
The administrative and district centre is Barnstaple, the other main towns are South Molton, Braunton, Ilfracombe and Lynton. General information about Exmoor. Exmoor National Park covers part of North Devon and a larger part of Somerset. "The Original Exmoor Safari. Established Viewing Wild Red Deer.
All aspects of local wildlife explained. Morning, Afternoon and Evening excursions. 2 - hours." Departs from The White Horse Inn, Exford To Book for this unique trip please telephone () or 8: Exmoor Wildlife Safaris As seen on TV.
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This introduces the Slow Travel series of excellent guide books published by Bradt Guides. I am a huge fan of the the Slow Movement, the ideals of which are incorporated into Quirky Travel.
On a weekend of stargazing and sightseeing in Exmoor last winter, Ian Mabbutt, owner of West Withy Farm, gave me a copy of Slow Travel: North Devon and.