Just a selection ............
Charming, quiet village
Georgeham is a charming quiet village with 2 pubs, café and tea rooms, restaurant and village shop. Narrow lanes. A beautiful church, summer festivals, a glorious beach at Croyde 3 minutes away where the surfing is very good.
Picturesque and uniquely twinned with Lynmouth 450' below. World famous Cliff Railway links the two villages as it glides up and down it's 852' rails on the cliff face. Lovely shops to browse in and cafes to quench your thirst.
Steep, cobbled street lined with quaint houses, with tiny streets and alley ways to explore. No cars - everything is transported by sledge. 14th century quay overlooking the harbour. All Saints Parish Church dates back to 13th Century. Clovelly Court Gardens with it's walled kitchen gardens is open to visitors.
At the mouth of the River Lyn. Linked to the twinned village of Lynton, 450' above, by the Cliff Railway. Visit the National Park Centre for advice on how to make the most of your stay. Walks of all kinds surround this area - from strolling by the river to the scenic South West Coast Path to Glen Lyn Gorge and Moses' Pool passing waterfalls in the wooded ravine.
Two villages working as one
Lincombe at the top of the hill and Lee at the bottom. Thriving community spirit. Of note is St Matthew's Church consecrated in 1835, estimated to have cost £300! The wooden pulpit and choir gallery are thought to be much older - 16th & 17th century. Lee Bay is still a natural cove in the rugged coast line - the hidden jewel of North Devon!