Places to Visit in North Devon 

Chiddlecombe Farm luxury holiday cottages have compiled a list of just some of the interesting places to visit in North Devon, to save you time whilst planning your holiday. 

Beaches to visit in North Devon 

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Westward Ho! - great for all the family, shops, arcades, surfing, pubs and more.  
Instow - quieter with a few pubs great for dogs.  
Braunton Burrows - secluded, no amenities but great for exploring the dunes and picnicking. 
Saunton Sands - large stretch of beach, large car park, surfing hire & lessons, sand dunes, walks, beach shop and food. 
Croyde - great for surfing, hire & lessons, beach shops and food, local village pubs and coastline walks. 
Puttsbourgh - great surfing beautiful coastline and walks. 
Woolacombe - large beach lots of parking, arcades, shops & places to eat. 
For further information on beaches in North Devon and to view them on a map please click here 

National Trust North Devon 

Baggy Point in Croyde beautiful coast land walks for all the family to enjoy. 
Arlington Court & Carriage Museum Visit this intriguing regency house & see impressive horse-drawn vehicles all set in picturesque gardens. 
Watersmeet on Exmoor, is where the East Lyn river and Hoar Oak Water meet, enjoy breath taking views and a picnic within the 2,000 acres of woodland and follow the river all the way to Lynmouth.