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Things to do in devon

Explore the best of North Devon

Make your stay in the north of Devon special by exploring the area's culture, heritage and natural beauty from the most scenic walks within the area to fun activities and places to eat. Here is a selection of the best places to visit on your stay with us. 

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Pubs and Restaurants

Pattard restraunt interior

Pattard Restraunt

The Anchor Inn

The Anchor Inn

the kings arms

The Kings Arms

 The Kings Arms welcome you to their family friendly traditional village pub right in the centre of Hartland Village. Offering delicious pub food, a sunny garden, log burners, darts, pool, live music and BT sport.

Pattard Restaurant is a Small Fine Dining Restaurant in North Devon Hartland we pride ourselves on the Best fresh British Foods our Dining Room is Refined but rustic, and we support local farmers and small businesses.

The Anchor is a 16th Century inn pub, restaurant and hotel; the bar is dog-friendly. The Anchor offers fine food in a comfortable, congenial atmosphere, with a wide choice of vegetarian and vegan options always available.

heartland quay

The Quay

Hartland Quay, just 2.5 miles from Pattard, boasts stunning coastal views, dramatic cliffs, and rugged landscapes, making it a preferred spot for coastal activities and photography. The Wreckers Retreat Bar serves locally sourced food and ales daily from 11 am, year-round.

Docton Mill Gardens and Tearoom, Hartland

Docton Mill Gardens & Tea Rooms

Docton Mill Wild Flower Gardens are situated in North Devon, UK, in a stunning valley, 1000m from the coast. The gardens feature an award-winning tea room that surrounds the garden terrace and Mill House, open daily. Enjoy the glorious gardens on warm days while indulging in their menu.

Activities and Locations

Hartland Abbey

Hartland Abby

Hartland Abbey, a short drive or walk down the valley from Pattard, is nestled in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' near the spectacular Atlantic Coast. Explore beautiful gardens, grounds, and a rocky cove, where peacocks, guinea fowl, donkeys, and Black Welsh Mountain sheep freely roam.


Clovelly Village

The village, which is built into the wooded sea cliffs of the north Devon shore, has a steep pedestrianised cobbled main street with traditional architecture. Visitors to the village entering via the visitor centre are required to pay an entrance fee.

the milky way

The Milky Way

The Milky Way Adventure Park is an amusement park in North Devon. It was named as Devon's Large Attraction of the Year by Visit Devon in 2016 and as one of the UK's best amusement parks by Trip Advisor every year since 2015 in their Travellers Choice Awards.

RHS Gardens

RHS Gardens

RHS Garden Rosemoor is a public display garden run by the Royal Horticultural Society. Rosemoor is about 1 mile south of Great Torrington on the A3124 road to Exeter. It is surrounded by over 100 acres of woodland with the River Torridge running along the western border.

The Big Sheep

The Big Sheep

The Big Sheep features an indoor playground, animal shows, brewery, gin distillery, animal barn, Battlefield Live laser tag, outdoor playground, shops and 2 restaurants. There are also currently 8 rides including a roller coaster, farm safari ride, train ride, twister ride, piggy pull-along, swan pedalos, tractor school, carousel and pony rides.

Westward ho

Westward HO!

Discover Westward Ho!, a captivating seaside town nestled along the stunning North Devon coastline. Known for its expansive sandy beach, picturesque landscapes, and vibrant atmosphere, Westward Ho! invites you to explore its coastal charm.

The Surrounding Area

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