Villages & Towns
This picturesque village is situated on the banks of the River Exe, and is home to Exe Valley Glamping. Bickleigh is well known for its thatched roof cottages, attractive medieval bridge and its scenic drinking hole, the Fisherman's Cot.
The southern outpost to Exmoor, Dulverton is a historic market town which hosts over 40 independent shops, award-winning restaurants and cafes. The ever-popular farmers market takes places on the last Saturday of every month (April - September). Visit Woods for a relaxed pub lunch, set on the edge of Exmoor.
Dubbed the gateway to the moor, this elegant town with its bunting and traditional shop frontages is home to a large selection of attractive antique shops, delis and cafés. Check out The Fish Deli and Ella's Artisan Bakery for the best local treats.
Hidden in a wooded combe, this enchanting village is one of Dartmoor’s most-loved villages. Its thatched cottages are grouped around a 13th-century church, with the Primrose Tea Rooms to one side and the village shop to the other. The rural charm is completed by the cricket pitch, communal apple orchard and a friendly pub named 'The Cleave', serving real ales and great food.
The beautiful town of Dartmouth is situated on the mouth of the River Dart, and is one of Devon’s most popular and lively towns. With its charming historic streets, scenic river location and upmarket shops, it's a favourite for those who enjoy boutique shopping, river cruises and being wined & dined.