North Devon and Exmoor (Slow Travel)


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Author: Hilary Bradt

Published by: Bradt Travel Guides

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Slow Travel Guide to North Devon and Exmoor:   This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt’s award-winning North Devon & Exmoor remains the only dedicated general guide to this compelling area. North Devon’s relative inaccessibility has been a deterrent to ugly development, and Exmoor National Park is one of the smallest, least well known, and utterly delightful of all national parks. In addition, the rugged western cliffs around Hartland Point are the most dramatic in Devon and the cliff-top walking some of the best.

New to this edition of Slow Travel Guide to North Devon and Exmoor are several nature reserves which didn’t make it into the first edition and more in-depth descriptions of the far western part of Devon abutting the Cornish border. Also included are the Gnome Reserve and the Bakelite Museum – just two of several quirky places in the region – and expanded information on the island of Lundy in the Bristol Channel, as well as unique coverage of the whole of Exmoor National Park straddling Devon and Somerset. Particularly intriguing are the many descriptions of country churches, ‘the storerooms of history’.

The North Devon and Exmoor region is arguably the most scenic in the southwest. No other has this blend of wild rugged coastline, deep river valleys, heather-covered moorland, family-friendly sandy beaches, great surfing and enchanting villages. Some of the prettiest villages in the southwest are found here, with cream teas aplenty.

Much information is unique to this guidebook, blending descriptions of little-known places and country pursuits with portraits of local characters, past and present. The guide also places special emphasis on car-free travel, walking, local food, pubs and unusual or special accommodation. Whether you like to spend time exploring National Trust properties, discovering gardens, wildlife watching (Exmoor is home to Britain’s largest mammal, the red deer), or indulging in more active pursuits such as coasteering, kayaking or just a gentle pony trek, Bradt’s North Devon & Exmoor is the ideal companion for a successful visit.


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Weight 0.37 kg
Dimensions 20 × 14 × 2 cm


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