Self Catering Holiday Cottage in North Devon

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Food & Drink

Pubs & Restaurants

Dolphin Inn

A traditional pub and bistro with sea views

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Pack o' Cards

Historic listed pub who serve a range food in the restaurant

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Castle Inn

Traditional English pub with regular live entertainment

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Ye Olde Globe inn (Berrynarbor)

Traditional English pub from 1665, who serve good homemade food

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Hunters Inn (Heddons Mouth)

Famous restaurant and pub in the Exmoor National park

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Sawmills (Watermouth)

Newly refurbished restaurant serving burgers, chilli, ribs, chicken, curry, etc

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Galleon Tea Room

Seating inside or out on the roof terrace overlooking the sea. Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea

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Harbour Deli

Selection of food and snacks to eat in or takeaway. Breakfast, Baguettes, Salads, Jacket potato, Soup, etc

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Black and White Chip Shop

A traditional family run fish & chip shop

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The Top Chippy

Fish and chips, pizzas, burgers

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Places to Visit

North Devon is renowned for its pretty villages and superb beaches. The following are a selected sample of our personal favourite places to see and visit. These and many more can be found at There are so many places to see (including Watersmeet, Lee Bay, Exmoor, Westward Ho!, Woody Bay, Bideford, and of course Exmoor) but part of the fun is discovering these places for yourselves, often by accident.

Combe Martin

Great beach for rock pooling, sunbathing or Kayaking in the summer.


A harbour town with fishing trips, crazy golf, shops and places to eat and drink.

Lynton & Lynmouth

Pretty village on the coast. Pasties, tourist shops, food and drink. Don't forget the try out the cliff railway which connects the two villages.


Long sandy beach, with small shops and cafes.

Saunton Sands

Long sandy beach.


Sandy beach that is a surfers paradise.


A must see if you like picture postcard villages. Park at the Heritage Centre and walk down a steep hill to the fishing harbour (transport available locally if you cant make the hill!)

Heddons Mouth

Heddons Mouth is a small secluded cove with a stoney beach. To get to it, you have to park at the Hunters Inn pub and walk a couple of miles, but the effort is well worth it. (Not suitable for those who cant walk distances).