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The Glorious Oyster - Instow

The Glorious Oyster - Instow

2016 BBC Food and Farming Awards Finalist - Best Street Food/Takeaway Nestled behind the…

Nature's Nutrition

Nature's Nutrition

Nature’s Nutrition is nestled in the small busy town of Bideford along the pedestrianised section…

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Dining at The Royal Hotel

The Royal Hotel in Bideford is steeped in history and dates back to the 17th century. This is…

ndft Tennacott Farm Dairy

Tennacott Farm Dairy

Tennacott Dairy is based on a family farm on the outskirts of Bideford. They use milk from their…

  1. Appledore
    Appledore is a historic fishing village with winding narrow streets and colourful houses.
  2. Barnstaple
    Home to the historic pannier market and Butchers Row, along with museums, cinema, and a mix of big brand shops and independent retailers
  3. Bideford
    Visit the historic Pannier Market or wander through the traffic free lanes, and you'll find Bideford is the perfect place for a spot of retail therapy.
  4. Braunton
    Braunton is the gateway to the northern coast. Its proximity to North Devon's famous beaches is reflected in the surf culture of the town.
  5. Clovelly
    World-famous Clovelly is a true gem of North Devon, offering staggering views across Bideford Bay and a more relaxed way of life.
  6. Combe Martin
    Combe Martin has all of the ingredients for a perfect North Devon holiday - secluded sandy beaches, dramatic coastal scenery and lots to do nearby.
  7. Croyde
    The pretty village of Croyde is one of North Devon's most renowned seaside locations, due to its excellent surf, beautiful scenery and vibrant village feel.
  8. Exmoor
    It's not just the outdoors to enjoy on Exmoor. Take time to absorb the charm of the coastal communities, and to explore Exmoor's vast history through its rural towns.
  9. Hartland
    Journey west along the coast and you'll discover the Hartland Peninsula.
  10. Hatherleigh
    Bustling small market town in the heart of North Devon famous for its flaming tar barrel runs.
  11. Ilfracombe
    Ilfracombe's reputation as the culinary and cultural hub of North Devon has been steadily growing for the past few years, with many visitors referring to it as the new St. Ives.
  12. Instow
    The small town of Instow is a great holiday destination all year round, and a firm favourite with families.
  13. Lynton & Lynmouth
    The ancient twinned towns of Lynton and Lynmouth sit on the most northerly coast of Devon, where Exmoor meets the sea.
  14. Saunton
    Saunton is predominantly famous for its beach, Saunton Sands, which is situated at the heart of the North Devon Biosphere Reserve.
  15. South Molton
    Dating back to Saxon times, this classic British market town is formed around a pretty central square with impressive historic buildings to either side.
  16. Torrington
    Torrington is a friendly and welcoming town, with good local amenities, independent shops and regular local markets.
  17. Westward Ho!
    Westward Ho! is a picturesque coastal village whose name derives from the Victorian novel by Charles Kingsley, and is unique as the only place in Britain with an exclamation mark in its name!
  18. Woolacombe
    Multi award-winning Woolacombe Beach is nothing short of idyllic!