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Hele Corn Mill & Tea Room
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Peak Hill Llamas Sidmouth
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Sidmouth
We took Harry and Olly for a lovely walk with amazing views - Olly is very majestic and loves to pose for photos whilst Harry would eat any leaves/grass in sight and was fascinated by the sheep!
The Cream tea was superb and a perfect way to relax after the walk, all while watching the Llamas play in their field, such a lovely view from the gazebo!
Plymouth Synagogue Plymouth
#1 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
We were treated to homemade kosher cake and tea and coffee before the history of the site was explained.
I can’t believe the ‘disappointed’ view as we had an amazing visit.
Bude Tunnel Bude 38.8 km away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Bude
This is without doubt the crowning jewel in Bude towns magnificent buildings, there is time to saunter through at a sedate pace and take in the magnificent views afforded by the perspex roof, on a good day you are...
Great to shelter you from the high winds during the winter season and even better it has a massive gift shop at the end where you can even purchase snacks to sit inside the tunnel with an enjoy the sights.
Britannia Royal Naval College Dartmouth
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Dartmouth
With spectacular views this stunning, impressive building provides the backdrop to a fascinating tour with an extremely informative and enthusiastic guide.
The Tour is in my view a must... representing tremendous value but more importantly giving the opportunity to visit what is an integral part of our our history and indeed our future.
Coleton Fishacre Dartmouth
#2 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Dartmouth
Love love love this place Loved the ladies bedroom best and fantastic view from vantage place - simply stunning Simply lovely Enjoy & must visit
... The gardens are well maintained and worth spending some time wandering around Some stunning sea views Typically of the NT the volunteers were so helpful and really made our visit Thank you We will return soon
Borough Farm Sheepdog and Falconry Displays Woolacombe
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Woolacombe
Following this was a beautiful walk amongst some stunning scenery with spectacular views, with the added bonus of being able to watch a breathtaking display with the dogs, Fly and Sweep.
There is hard seating around the arena which has a wonderful view over Lee Bay to sea (moved indoors if weather wet).
Raceworld Ltd Woodbury
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Woodbury
The site setup was good with a selection of facilities including a diner.
Even the on-site café is very reasonably priced!
South West Coast Path Walk - Ilfracombe and the Torrs Ilfracombe
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ilfracombe
Stunning views along this rugged and beautiful coastline, walk on from the Torrs to the gorgeous little coastal village of Lee.
This is a wonderful hike out from Ilfracombe, you can go beyond the Torrs which give you a wonderful view of Ilfracombe the sea and the surrounding countryside.
Naval Memorial Plymouth
#2 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
The monument is situated on Plymouth Hoe an impressive and fitting monument to Naval War Dead it has commanding views overlooking Plymouth sound within easy walking distance to the Barbican area.
Wether searching for loved ones or out of interest and respect, this landmark is a fitting memorial for those loved and lost in the pursuit of our freedom.
Hele Corn Mill & Tea Room Ilfracombe
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ilfracombe
Afterwards we crossed the road, went towards the beach and took the coast path up Hillsborough Hill with fantastic views towards Ilfracombe Harbour, burnt off a few calories too Overall great tea room, deliciou...
Everytime without fail we visit Hele Corn Mill as in our view the tea rooms are the best in the area and the owners works tirelessly to make everyone feel welcome.
South West Coast Path - Hooken Cliffs Beer
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Beer
Unforgettable wonderful walk, fantastic views and majestic scenery, challenging climbs.
Fantastic walk along the cliffs, amazing scenery and great views along the coast.
Pennywell Farm Buckfastleigh
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Buckfastleigh
Wonderful little train ride, maze, pony rides, baby piglets to cuddle, a viewing tower with the most amazing view!
There were also big pigs, goats sheep, horses, ponies, llamas, birds, Hedge hogs, ferrets that you could see and feed the food is £1 and you can buy it from the shop on site this was also very fun!
Roundham Head - South West Coast Path Walk Paignton
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Paignton
Fantastic scenery, brilliant views of Torquay around to Brixham, depending upon which part of the headland you are viewing from.
A spectacular view is guaranteed with sheltered walks with a surprise round every corner and the bonus of a ending of visiting a beautiful beach, park,
Plymouth Hoe Plymouth
#3 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
Amazing place.. Gorgeous view... Great sunny day with lots of thinks to explore.. Great for families and couples.. Nice relaxing place away from the hustle and bustle
Plymouth Hoe is unique - fabulous views of Devon and Cornwall, lots of nice walks, plenty of places to stay at the range of most budgets, a wide variety of eating places for all tastes and an ever-changing panorama
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Cockington Torquay
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Torquay
Great place to visit, great dog walks,free if you know where to park.The pub is fantastic with great views and also reasonably priced food and drink, probably best to avoid peak times
The forge and cottages are as picturesque and worth a view, eat in the cottage on the entrance to the park or on Cockington lane is a restaurant with a pianist playing in a gazebo, the food and entertainment is ex...
Greenway Dartmouth
#3 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Dartmouth
Our first visit to Greenway and we were very impressed This National Trust property comes alive with history of the life of Agatha Christie Terrific gardens and stunning views The volunteers were helpful knowledge...
What a fantastic day I wore my husband out walking round to see the sights ,boat house ,gardens ,house , Loved it always enjoy and loved every film and book made,to to get a insight into the world of Agatha was am...
Babbacombe & Oddicombe - South West Coast Path Torquay
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Torquay
Lovely scenery with cliffs anc superb views of the sea.. Then the quaint little cliff railway to a beautiful little beach - Oddicombe with an excellent cafe with all things, tapas and Gipsy King music.
Getting off bus from torquay to be greeted by a beautiful view.We walked along the front and decided to get the cliff railway down to the beach.We had lunch at a lovely beach side cafe,and visited the cliff railwa...
Teignmouth to Dawlish Railway Walk Teignmouth
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Teignmouth
Lovely sea views all the way along.Dead level for first half,from Teignmouth to Smugglers cove, then some steep climbs on the landward section to Dawlish, with some stunning views from the top of the cliffs.
Walked it on a Wednesday afternoon lovely day it's a walk with sea view after the walk along sea wall at Teignmouth theres a bit of steep parts before descending steps to to Dawlish front .
Start Point Lighthouse Kingsbridge
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Kingsbridge
... a perfect day with a short trip to the Pigs Nose at East Prawle for lunch - just made it by 2pm!) Great advice from the lovely kiosk man, fantastic walk, breathtaking views, and the seals were certainly a bonus.
The lighthouse is also in a beautiful location - great for exhilarating walks, and picnics with fabulous views - often with seals too.
Babbacombe Torquay
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Torquay
Fantastic view at the downs, great coastal walk and wonderful views, also visited Babbacombe Theatre for a great wee show and their fantastic model village is a must attraction
Babbacombe is a stunning village with some great walks and amazing views Lots of tourist attractions, terrific eateries and great shops A highlight of any visit to the Bay
Cotehele St Dominick 41.4 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in St Dominick
... crafts at the house, artisan craftsmanship, baking, pottery and woodcraft at the mill and some lovely views by the quay ( you can book a river trip check the website) wherever you are children are well catered...
Welcoming staff, fabulous natural & sculptured gardens, spectacular view & good food.
Cockington Country Park Torquay
#4 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Torquay
Beautiful, scenic village, with superb views at every turn, delicious cream tea from the manor followed by a relaxing (and informative) ride on a beautiful horse drawn carriage.
There is a number of lovely thatched cottages to wander past and the Manor House provides wonderful grounds to wander around and various crafts on view.
Chambercombe Manor Ilfracombe
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ilfracombe
The best way to view the old Manor is on one of the guided tours.
We also had a quick lunch in the tea rooms on site.
South Devon Chilli Farm Loddiswell
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Loddiswell
Outside there is a greenhouse full of a great variety of chilli plants for sale plus in the summer months a lovely show tunnel to view more exotic varieties.
Lovely cafe on site serving great coffee and cakes , small play area for the kids all with amazing views.
Golden Hind Museum Ship Brixham
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Brixham
A must visit Fantastic views of the harbour Plenty of places to drink n eat Had a great day weather was fab
The trip on the boat was topped off with a visit from some dolphins who swam into the harbour and we had a great view of them from the top of the boat!
Exeter Cathedral Exeter
#1 of 53 Sights & Landmarks in Exeter
We were able to get close-up vertical views of the towering buttresses, the soaring stained-glass windows, and the fascinating gargoyle heads way up along the edge of the roof.
There are some lovely cafes and restaurants around the edge of cathedral green where you can admire the lovely view and the beautiful architecture of the cathedral and surrounding buildings.
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St Nicholas Chapel Ilfracombe
#4 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ilfracombe
We had a lovely (windy) walk up the hill to St Nicholas Chapel, and were rewarded with the gorgeous views of the town and surrounding cliffs.
The view from the altar window is breathtaking and the lady, volunteering on the day we visited, informed us that ceremonies take place again - beautiful!
Buckfast Abbey Buckfastleigh
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Buckfastleigh
We have visited the Abbey before and have been lucky enough to hear the wonderful choir practising.. they are truly breathtaking and to view the Abbey whilst the choir sang was amazing.
Just a minute or so off the A38, and with ample parking it offers home-cooked food with views to die for, and with the impressive Abbey , constructed by monks over 30 years by hand, dominating your line of sight y...
St Michael de Rupe Church Brentor
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Brentor
A short stroll up a gentle incline from the car park on a beautiful sunny day to visit the Historic church and enjoy the 360 degree panoramic views over the landscape of west Devon and east Cornwall.
It's a beautiful walk, lovely church, and a stunning view.
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Torre Abbey Historic House and Gardens Torquay
#5 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Torquay
The Abbey's little cafe serves lovely cake and has beautiful views over the green and bay beyond, and is a wonderful spot to enjoy refreshment afterwards.
The interactive displays on the monastic history, development, and use of the site during the Napoleonic wars are informative and appealingly presented.