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Places of Interest

North Devon is alive with culture and history. You’ll never be stuck for enlightening places to visit, with each day bringing something new. Below are some starters for you. 

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Clovelly

Discover the timeless village of Clovelly perched on the North Devon cliffs. The village and its church date back to the 13th century and it’s changed little since. No cars are allowed down its famous cobbled main street, and goods are still transported up and down by sledge. At the top of the village is a well-equipped visitor’s centre with a café and shops. 

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Valley of Rocks

Like a landscape from the American West, Valley of Rocks near Lynton and Lynmouth is one of North Devon’s most famous beauty spots. It is often used as a backdrop for film and TV. Huge rock formations and boulder fields give way to panoramic vistas of the Bristol Channel. Parking is close and you can enjoy a bite to eat in the tearooms. 

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Barnstaple Museum 

Collections and displays here cover both the natural and human history of this beautiful part of the country. Highlights include the Tarka Gallery, the Story of North Devon, and the Regimental Collection of the Royal Devon Yeomanry. There’s a gift shop, tearoom, and useful tourist information too.

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Damien Hirst’s Verity

Stroll down Ilfracombe pier and seat yourself below our impressive and controversial statue " Verity".  Whatever your views on modern art, she really is a wondrous site to take in.  She was created and gifted to Ilfracombe by Damien Hirst, who lives nearby. Delivered in October 2012, Verity caused much debate, but love or hate, she adds to Ilfracombe’s unique charisma.  

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