Eastcott Lodges in Holsworthy

Welcome to Eastcott Lodges in North Tamerton, Bude offering a choice of 4 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Eastcott Lodges including Eastcott Lodges photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Eastcott Lodges online securely. Eastcott Lodges is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Holsworthy or North Cornwall.

Surrounded by acres of secluded countryside in the glorious Tamar Valley, Eastcott Lodges offer you the perfect setting to unwind, relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility of this enchanting and unspoilt rural spot. Children of all ages will love the acres of safe playing space including a play area and the woodland is home to a variety of wildlife such as squirrels, buzzards and deer. There is a small fenced off lake stocked with carp, rudd and tench for fun fishing sessions while dogs enjoy their own specially designated 2 acre field for exercising. Located on the North Cornwall/North Devon borders Eastcott Lodges is an ideal base from which to explore the region. The popular seaside resort of Bude is only 14 miles away whilst the nearest beach at Widemouth Bay is located just 10 miles from the lodges. The coastline here is spectacular and there is a choice of beaches, popular with families, surfing enthusiasts and for those keen to experience the breathtaking scenery whilst walking the South West coastal path. There are also many historic and picturesque coastal villages to discover, such as Port Isaac, Padstow, Boscastle and Tintagel. The area also boasts a wide range of theme parks and farm attractions to visit whilst the rugged and dramatic landscapes of Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor are also easily accessible. Wi-Fi access is available in reception and there is a launderette available for all dates.

Woodland lodges and a four bedroom cottage, all comfortably furnished.

  • TV/DVD
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Bath with overhead shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Electricity by £1 coin meter
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Cots £10pw and highchairs £5pw each
  • Pets £25pw each (max 2) (except Woodlands Cottage)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Eastcott Lodges have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Single Sex Parties Welcome
  • Kid's Play Area
  • Launderette
  • Fishing
  • Under 25 Parties Welcome
  • Non Smoking

Accommodation at Eastcott Lodges

Ashwater Lodge (Lodge)

Ashwater Lodge | Eastcott Lodges, North Tamerton, Bude

Spacious two storey A-frame lodge. Ground floor: One bedroom with bunks. Spacious lounge/kitchen/diner. Fridge/freezer. First floor: One double and one twin. Verandah with picnic table.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms

Nordic Lodge (Lodge)

Nordic Lodge | Eastcott Lodges, North Tamerton, Bude

Single storey A-frame lodge. One double and one with bunks. Balcony with picnic table.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Redwood Lodge (Lodge)

Redwood Lodge | Eastcott Lodges, North Tamerton, Bude

Canadian lodge. One double and one twin. Balcony with picnic table.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Woodlands Cottage (Cottage)

Woodlands Cottage

Single storey cottage in its own secluded setting away from the lodges. One master double with king size bed, TV/Freeview and ensuite shower, one double and two twin. Additional WC. Widescreen TV/Freeview/DVD. Kitchen/diner with dishwasher. Utility room with fridge/freezer and washing machine. Garden, patio and picnic table. Private drive and parking. No pets.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

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Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Darren Pannell on 22nd September 2019

One of the quietest holidays we have ever had. Brillant and completely away from main stream places loved it and will be going again with most playful dog you will meet from the local pub eastcott arms

Rated 5 out of 5 by Tammara Lindsay on 7th April 2019

Very comfortable and affordable. Clean, quiet, peaceful. Hot showers, evening pub nearby. Dog friendly. Everything you need for a comfortable break that won't break the bank.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Rebecca Sparrow Petford on 25th June 2019

A truly peaceful place to stay .Clean and very friendly .The park is kept to a very high standard. This is a first choice always

Rated 3 out of 5 by Stevanna Francis on 6th January 2019

Although the views are beautiful, and there are some lovely walks, I and family visited in winter and there were a number of things that we felt could be improved. Firstly, as it was cold, the wooden floors were freezing and there was only a very small rug. Not all of us came with our warm slippers and the cold could be felt through our socks, so either a bigger floor rug or floor heating under the wooden floors would have been great! Thankfully the two blow heaters warmed up the living room relatively quickly. We felt that as it was winter and after our long journey, management could have at least warmed up the lodge prior to our arrival. There is an electric coin meter in the kitchen. The property description does not inform of this and it would have been really helpful to know this prior to our arrival so that we did not have to head back out in the cold that evening to get change for the meter, some 9 miles away at a Morrison's in Bude City Centre. In addition the toilet is small and extremely cold (doesn't seem to get warm even when the blow heater in the bathroom is on). The heating in the bedrooms don't seem to warm up the bedrooms. Overall the lodge was okay for our short stay, but for the above. We also made some friends with the ducks and robins, who put a smile on our faces the next morning when we awoke to find them working together on the green (robins taking seeds from feeders and dropping some down for the ducks) 😊. We gave them some lovely oat grain treats as a thank you!

Rated 5 out of 5 by Denise Taylor on 12th January 2019

We have had many visits to the Eastcott lodges over quite a number of years with Benson, Darley and Baracka our boxer dogs, all at various times of year, a warm welcome always given by James. The lodges have all you need and are great for taking yr dogs. You can get to explore Devon and Cornwall and each time we visit we still find more places for walking and exploring.

Things to do near Eastcott Lodges

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Crooklets, Crooklets - 10 Miles away

Crooklets beach is in Bude. There is a cafe with seating at the sea front. It is also where Bude Surf Life Saving Club is located, there are beach huts to hire and an outdoor shower. In the winter, on Christmas Day, hundreds of brave swimmers run into the sea. Crooklets is pebbly and sandy and popular with families as well as surfers.

Location: Crooklets

Northcott Mouth, Northcott Mouth - 10.6 Miles away

Northcott Mouth beach is a national trust beach just north of Bude. The beach is pebbly and sandy and is remote, secluded and beautiful. It has a small car park and in the summer, there is a tea caravan with a rustic garden with seating areas.

Location: Northcott Mouth

Instow Beach, Instow - 23.9 Miles away

Located on the edge of the Torridge Estuary, Instow beach is blessed with fine soft sand and is sheltered from the surf. It's a popular place to launch boats, and to windsurf and there's plenty of space for beach games like volleyball and cricket.

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Polzeath, Polzeath - 26.5 Miles away

Polzeath is renowned as a great surfing beach. A gentle walk along the coast path will take you to the picturesque Bedruthen steps or the breathtakingly beautiful Watergate Bay, home to Jamie Oliver's restaurant, Fifteen.

Location: Polzeath

Looe Beach, Looe - 26.7 Miles away

Relax on the sandy beach of this is a small coastal town. Pay a visit to the small souvenir shops and enjoy an ice-cream whilst walking along the harbour.

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Crow Point, Saunton - 27.6 Miles away

Crow point is situated in the estuary on the edge of Braunton Marshes. Small, secluded and sandy it offers spectacular views over the estuary.

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Croyde Bay, Croyde Bay - 28.4 Miles away

Croyde is perhaps Devon's most popular surfing beach. Facing almost due west the beach picks up a good deal of swell and this combined with quality sand banks makes for one of the UK's best surf beaches.

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Lantic Bay, Fowey - 29.7 Miles away

A secluded and south facing shingle beach, Lantic Bay gets the very best of the sunshine. With plenty of coves to explore, it's a popular spot for boats to moor.

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Polridmouth, Fowey - 29.7 Miles away

Simple and unspoilt, this coarse sand beach can boast the interesting backdrop of the brightly painted daymark on Gribbin Head. Excellent cliff walks over to Fowey, or to the daymark, make it ideal all year round.

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Roadford Lake country Park, Broadwoodwiger - 6.2 Miles away

Roadford Lake is a pleasant relaxing day out, there are walks of varying length around the shore, there's an array of wildlife to enjoy from insects and wild flowers to waterbirds on the reservoir. Theres is also a Lakeside Cafe and visitor centre giving you the history of the valley and the chance for refreshments.

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Ruby country cycling, Torridge - 8.5 Miles away

This route encircles the beautiful and infrequently visited Upper River Carey valley in deepest, rural Devon. It's not an easy route and has many twists and turns, but you'll be rewarded with views of quiet hamlets and rolling greenery along the way.

Location: Torridge

The Dartmoor Way Hiking, Okehampton - 17 Miles away

Why not walk a short section of the Dartmoor Way? This circular 78 mile walking trail meanders across rolling moorland, through quaint Devon thatched villages along secluded wooded valleys, over clapper bridges and around Dartmoor's unique tors.

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The Granite Way cycle route, Okehampton - 17.1 Miles away

This is an easy route of 11 miles with the least traffic in Devon. You'll cycle through rural Devon, enjoying spectacular views of Dartmoor and its wildlife on the way.

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Meldon Viaduct, Okehampton - 17.2 Miles away

Encompassing industrial history and natural beauty, this route is worth it for the views alone. Just south of Okehampton, the viaduct was built in 1874 and spans 165 metres over the remains of mineral mines. The view of Meldon Dam is almost 50 metres high.

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Sticklepath cycle route, Sticklepath - 20.3 Miles away

There are wonderful Dartmoor views on this route which takes you mainly along Devon's quiet country lanes, with a short stretch of the Tarka Trail; passing many places of historic interest on the way.

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The Camel Trail, Wadebridge - 24.7 Miles away

The Camel Trail is one of the most successful popular walking, cycling and riding routes in the UK, leading through spectacularly beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line linking Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow. Great for family trips as the route is largely level and there is little traffic. There are bicycle hire shops at Wadebridge and Padstow.

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Looe Valley, Looe - 25.5 Miles away

This fairly energetic route includes five steep hill climbs and some off-road woodland tracks as it follows quiet lanes up the East Looe River to Liskeard, returning via the West Looe Valley. It can also be adapted to start or finish at Liskeard.

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The Fowey River Valley, Fowey - 25.5 Miles away

Best explored by canoe, on foot or by bike, this majestic tidal river flows through a gloriously varied landscape, from dark forest, hidden creeks, lush meadowland and timeless villages to the natural harbour at Polruan and Fowey.

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Plym Valley Trail, Plymouth - 26.9 Miles away

This route, part of Devon Coast to Coast NCN Route 27, follows the scenic former railway path that leads from Plymouth to the wild expanses of Dartmoor. Extensively resurfaced for long stretches, it offers a leisurely and pleasurable ride.

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The Tarka Trail, Devon - 27.5 Miles away

Following the River Torridge to the estuary at Instow, the route is fairly flat and very safe for children to cycle. Crossing the river many times where Tarka The Otter was filmed, this lovely route has various access points along the way and provides a great way to explore the largely unspoiled countryside of North Devon.

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Polperro Pedal, Polperro - 28.5 Miles away

This is a hilly route taking in forest tracks and quiet coastal and inland lanes in the Looe and Polperro area, as well as a short stretch on a busy road. On reaching the beach section, why not take a break from your exertions?

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Bay View Inn, Bude - 8.4 Miles away

On a sunny day enjoy al fresco dining or inside in colder months at this delightful Inn. Offering tasty menus consisting of the best ingredients you will be sure of satisfaction. Or, why not just enjoy a leisurely drink or two?

Location: Bude

Tree Inn, Bude - 8.5 Miles away

Quaint village pub perfect for nice relaxing drink to round off your day or just a leisurely drink. Offers lovely bar meals and a fabulous outside area on a sunny day. Real Ale lovers will enjoy the lively front bar with pool and Sky TV.

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Elements, bude - 8.8 Miles away

Contemnporary interior, relaxed atmosphere, and sea views. Elements cafe bar is open every day from 10am, and is fully licensed.

Location: bude

Bencoolen Inn, Bude - 9.1 Miles away

Dating from 1863 this is a lovely pub offering many Real Ales within a relaxed setting. The restaurant called 'El Barco' serves delicious Spanish food as well as a traditional bar menu and a la carte.

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Brendon Arms Inn, Bude - 9.3 Miles away

To enjoy fabulous food and drink whilst admiring amazing views of Bude's inner harbour visit Brendon Arms. Offering an amazing selection of Real Ales and an array of fine wines along with traditional pub food this is the perfect place to unwind.

Location: Bude

Mirchi Cuisine, Bude - 9.3 Miles away

Mirchi with its wide menu range, great ambience, upscale and casual atmosphere is one of the nicest places to enjoy a taste of the East. Whether it's a traditional curry or something a little more exotic that you favour, Mirchi's many years of cooking experience make sure that your meal is one to remember!

Location: Bude

Carriers Inn, Bude - 9.3 Miles away

Awarded winner of Marston's "Casual Fine Dining" Award 2008 you are guaranteed to have a great experience at this Inn. Serving a full a la carte menu or your more traditional food you can savour every mouthful within a pleasant atmosphere.

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Sea Fever, Bude - 9.6 Miles away

Enjoy dining at its finest in the fabulous restaurant. Head chef Kyan Hooper prepares your food to the highest of standards using the best ingredients on offer. Indulge in duck or fish and round off your meal with a sensational unique dessert.

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Lifes a Beach, Bude - 9.6 Miles away

Situated within the cliffs and overlooking the beach and ocean you will find this restaurant utterly breath-taking. During the day it is perfect for nipping in from the beach for refreshment and at night dine their speciality seafood.

Location: Bude

Inn on the Green, Bude - 9.9 Miles away

Fabulous modern bar called 'Legends' with a great bar menu and specialising in live music. Also, home to 'Mulligan's Restaurant' specialising in sensational steak and fish dishes. So whether you want a drink, food or both you will be spoilt for choice at Inn on the Green.

Location: Bude

Langman's Restaurant, Callington - 16.4 Miles away

Three times winner of Restaurant of the Year by the Cornwall Tourism Awards and two AA rosettes, Langman's Restaurant combines a romantic candlelit location with an excellent menu and extensive wine list. Enjoy the six course tasting menu using seasonal ingredients.

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Decks Restaurant, Instow - 17.7 Miles away

Enjoy fantastic views as you savour a meal prepared with the finest of fresh local ingredients. Located right on Instow seafront, The Decks is recommended in the Good Food Guide and has an AA rosette.

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Gidleigh Park Hotel, Chagford - 23.2 Miles away

A local chap hailing from Exeter with a huge passion for fine cuisine and a determination to use the very best local produce from the West Country, Michael Caine and his talented team have held two Michelin stars at Gidleigh Park since 1999. Michael's cuisine is truly original and brilliant, a fact recognised not just by appreciative visitors to Gideigh Park but by guidebook editors and those within the industry who bestoy the highest awards and accolades. With his classical French training in some of the finest restaurants in the world, Michael has created a style that is uniquely his own, at once classic yet also highly innovative. Constantly evolving and developing and never failing to delight in the perfect execution. The wild game of Dartmoor, fish from the Devon coast and produce from Gidleigh Park’s own kitchen garden all form the basis for the exceptional dishes.

Location: Chagford

Bensons Licensed Restaurant, Appledore - 23.5 Miles away

To enjoy beautiful locally sourced fish visit this restaurant. For the meat lovers there are prime cuts of meat on offer as well as poultry. Round off your meal with a superbly presented homemade pud or sample delicious British cheeses. Book early to avoid disappointment!

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The Quay Gallery and restaurant, Appledore - 23.5 Miles away

The Quay is a waterfront restaurant, coffee-shop and gallery with wide and wonderful views of the Taw and Torridge estuaries. Upstairs, in the first-floor restaurant, the fresh, bright and seasonal menu, using the best local produce, should distract you from window-gazing.

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Benson's Licensed Restaurant, Appledore - 23.5 Miles away

Visit this award winning restuarant located on Appledore Quay. The owners pride themselves on using quality fresh fish that is locally sourced and offer prime cuts of meat and poultry and fantastic home-made puddings that you will never forget!

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French's Bistro, Chumleigh - 25.8 Miles away

French bistro cooking using the best of local produce, much of it free range and organic, with meats from Devon, and fish from local lakes and coasts. Even the butter and milk are locally sourced to ensure the best quality.

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The Corner Bistro, Braunton - 27.5 Miles away

Mull over Sunday lunch in one of north Devon's leading restaurants – the food is fresh and locally sourced, even the burgers are organic.

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62 The Bank, Barnstaple - 27.6 Miles away

At 62, local produce is used whenever possible, to create classic and contemporary dishes that are influenced by exciting flavours from around the world. Try the barbecue rack of ribs, homemade burgers or sizzling fajitas.

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Ragamuffins Bistro, Braunton - 27.6 Miles away

Best known for its fresh locally caught fish and seafood, Ragamuffins is proud of offering the best locally sourced and seasonal produce around, all complemented by a great wine list.

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The Bridge at Mount Batten, Plymouth - 27.8 Miles away

This is the city's newest restaurant, located on Plymouth's historic barbican right on the edge of the Sutton Harbour Marina. Many dishes feature fresh fish caught daily, all individually complemented by a wide choice of great wines.

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Garden Restaurant, Barnstaple - 28 Miles away

Wonderful views across the Taw estuary and 2 acres of beautiful gardens feature at this 150-seater restaurant catering for everything from a cup of tea to a full meal. For sunny days, there's also lots of seating outside.

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Winsford Walled Garden, Halwill Junction - 9 Miles away

An enchanting garden with magnificent Victorian greenhouses, often though of as the best in South West England. Admire Brazilian rhubarb, bamboo grove and the delightful walled garden. Featured in 'Devon Today', 'Devon Life' and 'Gardener's Tales'; Winsford Walled Garden is well worth a visit.

Location: Halwill Junction   More Details »

Rosemoor, Great Torrington - 18.1 Miles away

The RHS has developed the original 8 acres into 65 acres of gardens and woodlands, featuring extensive herbaceous borders, herb and cottage gardens, a potager, fruit and vegetable garden, rose gardens, a foliage and plantsman's garden as well as a winter garden. So there really is something to fit all tastes!

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Cotehele Gardens, nr Saltash - 18.2 Miles away

Gorgeous gardens surrounding a 15th Century house, including a lush valley garden with a medieval dovecote, pond, Victorian summerhouse and 18th century tower. There's a great tea room and museum down at the Quay.

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The Garden House, Yelverton - 20.4 Miles away

A magnificent 10 acre garden created after World War II by Lionel Fortescue, a noted plant collector, and now owned by the Fortescue Garden Trust. Its romantic 2 acre walled garden is one of the finest in the country and surrounds the ruins of a 16th century vicarage.

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Tapeley Park, Bideford - 21.2 Miles away

All the family will enjoy a day out at Tapeley Park. There are lots of attractions including thoughtful woodland works, organic vegetable gardens, a children's play area and surprising animal encounters. The famous terraces are full of semi-tropical and tender flowers rarely seen in the UK.

Location: Bideford   More Details »

Lukesland Gardens, Devon - 21.2 Miles away

A small valley, with a brook cascading from its source on Dartmoor through ponds and over waterfalls towards the River Erme, is the beautiful setting for this 24 acre woodland garden. Flowering shrubs, trees and a wealth of wild flowers feature here. (Limited wheelchair access)

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Stone Lane Gardens, Chagford - 24.7 Miles away

Stone Lane Gardens is a 5 acre arboretum holding important national collections of wild-origin Birch and Alder trees in a lovely landscaped water and woodland setting. The Mythic Garden Sculpture Exhibition showcases the work of West country's artists and designers.

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Marwood Hill Gardens, Barnstaple - 29.7 Miles away

Marwood Hill is a beautiful 20 acre valley garden, very colourful in spring, and with three small lakes, a large bog garden and a rock and alpine scree. The National Collections of 'Iris ensata' and tulbaghias are held here.

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Milky Way Adventure Park, Bideford - 16.8 Miles away

The Milky Way Adventure Park is a great family day out whatever the weather. Thrilling rides, adventure for the little ones and exciting Birds of Prey shows are just some of its many attractions.

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The Big Sheep, Bideford - 20.3 Miles away

The Big Sheep is huge fun and a perfect, all weather day out for all the family, with lots to see and do including rides, dog trials, garden centre, horse whispering, pony rides, sheep races, nursery barn and lamb feeding.

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Monkey Sanctuary, Looe - 25.5 Miles away

Working to promote the welfare and conservation of the survival of primates, the monkey sanctuary is home to the descendants of pet monkeys rescued in the 60s and 70s as well as to rare species of horseshoe bats.

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Miniature Pony and animal park, Moretonhampstead - 25.8 Miles away

In 20 acres of beautiful Dartmoor parkland you will meet lots of friendly animals including pigs, goats, lambs, calves and birds. Enjoy scenic walks along nature trails, take time to relax by the tranquil lakes or have a picnic.

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Plymouth Ski and Snowboard Centre, Plymouth - 26.9 Miles away

Open throughout the year and with three slopes to choose from including the longest artificial slope in the South West, the centre offers skiers and snowboarders of all levels the facilities to practice and learn new skills.

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National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth - 27.9 Miles away

The aquarium houses 50 live exhibits including 3 massive tanks. Over 4000 animals and 400 species are displayed in realistic habitats from local shorelines to coral reefs. Each of the six zones is packed full of amazing sea creatures and facts.

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Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary, Cornwall - 28.5 Miles away

Discover the beauty and fascination of exotic animals and some familiar ones too. Children especially will love the close contact with rabbits, guinea pigs and goats, and feeding the ducks, chickens and deer.

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Becky falls woodland park, Bovey Tracey - 29.3 Miles away

It's easy to see why Becky Falls was voted Top Beauty Spot in Devon and why visitors have been returning since the park opened over a hundred years ago. Animals to meet and feed include Dartmoor ponies, miniature Shetland ponies, chipmunks, rescued birds of prey, owls and pygmy goats. (Wheelchair users welcome in the petting zoo and viewing areas, however the walks are not suitable for wheelchairs.)

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Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre, Lifton - 8.1 Miles away

A fun and informative day for all the family, with working and static exhibits of fairgrounds, steam engines and vintage machinery, combined with a wealth of heritage material, and all set in beautiful rural surroundings.

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Bude Castle, Bude - 9.4 Miles away

Bude Castle overlooks Summerleaze beach, and is often used throughout the summer for concerts and events. It was built on the sand by Sir Goldsworthy Gurney, an inventor, in 1830 as his home. The castle is now a heritage centre which has galleries, a shop, restaurant and much more.

Location: Bude

Lydford Gorge, Lydford - 13.9 Miles away

This famous and geologically important gorge is 1œ miles long and can be viewed from an enchanting woodland and riverside circular walk, which passes the spectacular 30m-high White Lady waterfall and thrilling Devil's Cauldron.

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Torrington 1646, Great Torrington - 18.4 Miles away

At Torrington 1646, you'll be guided by colourful 17th Century characters, dressed in period costume and speaking and acting as though they were living at the time of the civil war battle. Visit the physic garden and perhaps even try on armour in the Royalist encampment. A guaranteed fun-packed, family day out. Highly Recommended. (Facilities where dogs can be left)

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Finch Foundry , Okehampton - 20.3 Miles away

Run by the Finch family from 1814 to 1960, the Foundry harnessed the power of the River Taw in Sticklepath village to produce agricultural implements and mining tools for the tin and copper mines and china clay industry of Devon and Cornwall.

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Buckland Abbey, Yelverton - 20.9 Miles away

Buckland's peaceful setting today belies its swashbuckling past, brought to life through exhibitions and redesigned galleries, including new introductory film and interactive displays. Sir Francis Drake, its one time owner, is rumoured to haunt the place with 'accompanying hell hounds.' (See website for specific wheelchair information)

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Arlington Court, Barnstaple - 23.1 Miles away

Built in neo-classical style in 1822, Arlington Court's interior is astonishing: full of collections for every taste, many of them amassed by an eccentric former owner. Carriage rides are available in the grounds.

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Mary Newman's Cottage, Saltash - 24.1 Miles away

Reportedly the home of Sir Francis Drake's first wife this charming little house also has a lottery funded garden with traditional 16th century varieties of herbs, flowers and vegetables. Get a flavour of Elizabethan life in the replica rooms of this little Tudor cottage.

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Castle Drogo, Exeter - 25.5 Miles away

The last castle to be built in England, and one of the most remarkable works of Sir Edwin Lutyens. Constructed between 1910 and 1930, it commands spectacular views over Dartmoor from its 900ft high perch above the River Teign, and its interior combines the grandeur of a medieval castle with the comfort of the 20th century.

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Plymouth City Museum and art gallery , Plymouth - 27.4 Miles away

A magnificent Edwardian building, which opened in 1910, houses a wide collection of art and human and natural history. The events and activities programmes include workshops, children's holiday activities and concerts.

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Saltram House, Plymouth - 28 Miles away

Exquisite Georgian Mansion in a landscaped park which was was the film location for Sense and Sensibility. The historic tack room in the stables and the rolling wooded landscape park with 19th century gardens, orangery and follies make it a lovely day, out full of English heritage.

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Polperro Museum of Smuggling and Fishing, Polperro - 28.5 Miles away

Browse the impressive exhibits and fascinating 19th century photographs. Take note of the keepsakes and memorabilia from the 18th century and let it conjure up images of Polperro when smuggling was at its height. Learn about the local fishing history too and how the village and the people thrived off the two industries.

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Marsland Valley Nature Reserve, West Gooseham - 8.6 Miles away

A large reserve in between the beautiful counties of Cornwall and Devon. The diverse nature of the reserve, from the stunning coastline, inland to wooded areas with heath, grasslands and meadows mean its well worth a visit.

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Lundy Island, Lundy Island - 21.6 Miles away

England's only marine nature reserve, this dramatic, unspoilt island is a fitting setting for a fascinating array of wildlife including seals, a huge seabird colony, wild ponies, basking sharks and puffins. No cars disturb the island but there is a village inn and church.

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Tincombe nature reserve, Saltash - 23.8 Miles away

Composed of primarily wet meadows, this reserve also has a shallow pool, woodland and hedgerows. Keep your eyes peeled for toads and frogs among the pond's water lilies and yellow flag irises and orchids in the southern marsh.

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Churchtown Farm Community Nature Reserve, Saltash - 24.1 Miles away

Between the Tamar and the Lynher estuaries is a picturesque stretch of country which is now managed for wildlife. Mainly farmland, its habitats of wetland, hay meadows, arable land and hedgerows attract large flocks of goldfinches.

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Plym Bridge Peregrine Watch, Plymouth - 27.8 Miles away

Peregrines have been breeding on the quarry face in Plymbridge for many years. You can watch them hunt for prey – they are the world's fastest birds, reaching speeds of 124 mph when diving for fish.

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Active 8 Clay Pigeon Shooting, Liskeard - 13.7 Miles away

Take a lesson with the 2008 National Champion or just learn how to hold and shoot the gun. All ages are welcome, all equipment is included and group bookings are a popular choice.

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Dartmoor Gliding Society, Dartmoor - 14.6 Miles away

A great local club in the picturesque location of South Devon. Originally founded in 1983, the club started with a twin seat open cockpit glider and a small group of enthusiastic members. Now the club has a grass runway, club house and a hangar for a fleet of gliders.

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Active 8 Hot Air Balloon, Liskeard - 22.7 Miles away

Enjoy 360 degree views over Bodmin Moor in a hot air balloon flight. Directed purely by the wind, this unique flying experience gives you a chance to see Cornwall from a different perspective.

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Ebo Adventure Canoe and Kayaking , Barnstaple - 26.1 Miles away

Get a taste for adventure with canoeing and kayaking lessons along the Devon coast between Bideford and Barnstaple, from introductory sessions to improver coaching on white-water and the ocean. Highly qualified instructors ensure you are in safe hands throughout.

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Ebo Adventure Scuba Diving, Barnstaple - 26.7 Miles away

Under the supervision of a PADI accredited dive instructor, you can safely discover the fascinating sensations of the underwater world.

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Shelly's Riding School, Chivenor - 27 Miles away

Go for a ride on the beach, amongst the Braunton barrows and along the woodland treks. Shelly's Riding School is a small yard in a great location where beginners can learn to ride and those with more experience can go a little further afield.

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Tarka Tennis, Barnstaple - 27.4 Miles away

The Tarka Tennis Centre runs an extensive tennis programme for all ages and standards. There are 12 courts, 6 indoors and 6 outside, you don't have to be a member, and training sessions are available.

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Shilstone Rocks Stud and Dartmoor Riding , Dartmoor - 28 Miles away

A family run riding centre which was established in 1962. Approved by the British Horse Society, it showcases a famous, prize winning stud and many other mares, foals and horses. Learn to ride or go for a trip across Dartmoor.

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Surf South West, Croyde Bay - 28.4 Miles away

Learn to surf on Croyde's Blue Flag beach, where the British Surfing Championships have been held three times. Surf South West runs surfing lessons and courses for all levels, and has been awarded Level 5 status by the British Surfing Association.

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Plymouth Sailing School, Plymouth - 28.4 Miles away

Plymouth Sailing School is one of the UK's longest established sea schools with courses for everyone, from beginner to professional yachtsman, both RYA scheme courses and informal courses for a fun, yet relaxing and educational weekend.

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Discovery Surf School, Plymouth - 29.2 Miles away

Discovery Surf School provides professional coaching for all ages and levels, with an emphasis on safe, high quality tuition in small groups.

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Launceston Castle, Launceston - 6.9 Miles away

An imposing symbol of power and authority, dominating the surrounding landscape, Launceston Castle sits on a large natural mound. Its unusual keep consists of a 13th-century round tower built by Richard Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier shell keep. Once a prison, it now displays 1000 years of history.

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Holsworthy Theatre, Holsworthy - 8.8 Miles away

The theatre is managed by Holsworthy Amateur Theatrical Society (HATS) who produce their own shows and host a wide range of great professional shows too. See website for details of forthcoming events.

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Bude, Bude - 9.6 Miles away

Bude is a small town by the sea in the North of Cornwall with an impressive coastline and fantastic beaches. Bude has plenty of shops, including surf clothing, arts and crafts and souvenirs. Bude has a castle, and a canal with a working lock.

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Tintagel, Tintagel - 14.1 Miles away

Set on the rugged Cornish coastline, Tintagel has attracted poets, artists, historians and sightseers since the Victorian era. It is famous for its associations with the legend of King Arthur and the round table.

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Port Isaac, Port Isaac - 14.1 Miles away

This beautiful 700 year old harbour was the location for the ITV series 'Doc Martin'.

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Boscastle, Boscastle - 14.1 Miles away

Boscastle has inspired many an author and artist with its beauty and architecture. It has becoem famous more recently as the victim of Britain's worst flash flood in half a century. However, it has recovered completely and still retains its natural beauty.

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Sterts Theatre, Liskeard - 14.6 Miles away

As well as its lively range of productions in drama, music and dance, Sterts Theatre is also a gallery space for painting, photography, sculpture and crafts.

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Morwellham Quay Museum, Tavistock - 18 Miles away

Authentic costumes, trips underground to witness the harsh working conditions of Victorian copper miners and your children acting as servants or working on the mine 'dressing floor', this is the award winning living history experience at Morwellham Quay.

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Atlantic Village Outlet Shopping, Bideford - 20.8 Miles away

Shopping all the family can enjoy! Atlantic village offers a unique blend of outlet shopping and exciting visitor attractions in the Atlantis Family Adventure Park. With over 35 outlet shops to choose from, offering up to 50% of the retail price.

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St Tudy, St Tudy - 21.2 Miles away

St Tudy is a tranquil village with pretty cottages and craft shops and a beautiful 15th century church made from Delabole slate. With Bodmin Moor on the doorstep, it makes an ideal location for exploring both coastal and inland regions.

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Yelverton Paperweight Centre, Devon - 21.3 Miles away

An unusual attraction, displaying hundreds of glass paperweights. The collection was accumulated by Bernard Broughton and is now featured regularly in newspaper and magazine articles. The centre also has for sale a wide variety of glass paperweights, some of which are a limited edition.

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Rock, Rock - 26 Miles away

Located across the Camel estuary from the fishing port of Padstow, Rock is reputed to be the home of more millionaires than anywhere else in Cornwall.

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Looe, Looe - 26.4 Miles away

At this picturesque fishing town you can enjoy safe beaches, a wide choice of restaurants, excellent walking routes, fishing trips and diving.

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The Elliot Art Gallery, Braunton - 27.7 Miles away

As well as paintings, displays include pottery, woodcarvings, stained and engraved glass, model ships and much more, by both local North Devon craftsmen and nationally known artists. Many of the works exhibited are for sale – the perfect holiday souvenir perhaps?

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Barnstaple Heritage Centre, Barnstaple - 27.7 Miles away

Bringing the history of Barnstaple to life through a combination of touch-screen computer interactives, information panels and atmospheric mock-ups, the town's Heritage Centre is housed in a Grade I and II listed building on the riverfront.

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Padstow, Padstow - 27.7 Miles away

This quaint Cornish fishing village is very popular with visitors. It's home to celebrity chef Rick Stein who has a number of restaurants here - attractions in their own right. The famous cycle path 'The Camel Trail' runs into Padstow and makes for a great day out.

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