Out & about
There's so much to see and do in the East Devon area. You'll discover glorious countryside with winding lanes leading to ancient villages where you're bound to stumble upon country pubs with traditional beams and inglenooks with roaring fires. Here you'll find really wholesome Devon food in a relaxing setting. We are set in the heart of the designated East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), one of only 46 area's of AONB across the UK, please click here for more information on East Devon AONB.
Nearby Honiton is a busy market town, now famous for its large number of antique shops. Historically, it was the centre of the cloth trade in the West Country and subsequently became famous for its lace making. Today you can explore the townss excellent museum with its outstanding lace collection. The high street has many fine examples of Georgian architecture; many of the buildings were former coaching inns.
Why not abandon the car and take a unique tram ride beside the Axe Estuary to see an abundance of bird life or explore on foot along the 'East Devon Way' or the coastal footpath. The East Devon way covers a 40 mile route from Exmouth to Lyme Regis and passes very close to teh farm, for full details please use the link to East Devon Way
Visit the nearby stretch of the Devon/Dorset World Heritage Coast, better known as the Jurassic coast and renowned for its fossils and superb scenery. Only a short drive there's the delightful regency town of Sidmouth where you can enjoy a delicious cream tea. Tourists have been flocking to the town for almost 300 years, there's a beautiful esplanade, outstanding architecture and a family beach. Alternatively why not discover the delights of Lyme Regis with its stunning scenery, historic Cobb and harbour.
This unspoilt corner of Devon is ready to reveal its secrets and you'll want to return time and again.
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