Out & About and Places to Visit in North Devon
This is an excellent site for finding award winning restaurants and pubs which serve top quality food near us and follow their blog for the latest news.
Artists and Art Courses:
Pauline Pearce was our artist in residence, she now lives in Bristol and exhibits in galleries around the area as well as still doing her popular workshops in and around Dulverton.
Walks and Events Information Diary:
North Devon and Exmoor Walking Festival:
The North Devon and Exmoor Walking Festival has a good choice of guided walks on offer in spring and autumn. The walks range from about 4 to 10 miles long, taking in our beautiful coast, the moors of Exmoor, the Quantocks and north Devon. There are plenty of walks available close to our accommodation.
For more information go to www.channelevents.co.uk/exmoor-running-and-walking-festival.
The walking festival takes place in October and April / May.
Welcome to the world of beauty convenience:
Why not make your Exmoor break complete with a relaxing back massage or a refreshing pedicure?
East Anstey Parish :
The local parish website, with links to adjoining parishes
and county organisations.
Sports, Activities and Events all around Exmoor:
This website has been put together to help you find out about the wide variety of sports and activities on offer (from Tennis, Windsurfing, Sailing …to Power Kiting)on Exmoor. If you’re looking for something to do then you’ve come to the right place
Rock and Rapid Adventures is a specialist in several outdoor activities including coasteering, surfing, canoeing, raft building.
Exmoor Explorer Mountain Bike Marathon (August ):
Cycling Tour of Britain on Exmoor in September:
The show has a unique atmosphere blending traditional and new where its emphasis is agriculture and its associated activities first and foremost. It is a showcase for the best of local farming, produce, crafts and rural skills.
not confirmed so far
Honiton Show – one of the largest one day shows in the country. ‘The show has a unique atmosphere blending traditional and new where its emphasis is agriculture and its associated activities first and foremost. It is a showcase for the best of local farming, produce, crafts and rural skills.‘ A brilliant day out for all the family.
First Thursday in August: 8am – 6pm