Saunton Sands Beach
Saunton Sands is a beach near the English village of Saunton on the North Devon coast near Braunton, popular for longboard surfing. Beyond its southern end, Crow Point, England is the mouth of the River Taw estuary.
Chambercombe Manor is a Norman manor house located near Ilfracombe, Devon, which dates back to the 11th century and was recorded in the Domesday Book.
North Devon Maritime Museum
The North Devon Maritime Museum is a museum situated in the estuary town of Appledore, Devon, England. Housed in Odun House, a Georgian Grade II listed building which has been the home of several ship owners and master mariners over the past 200 years, the museum opened in 1977.
The Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon
Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon is a local museum covering the history and culture of the North Devon area and which is located in The Square in Barnstaple in Devon. The displays range from prehistoric times to the Victorian era.
Burton at Bideford
The Burton at Bideford is an art gallery and museum on Kingsley Road in Victoria Park, in Bideford, Devon, England. It houses collections on various topics connected with Bideford’s history and cultural heritage.
The Big Sheep.
The Big Sheep is an amusement farm park located in Abbotsham, Devon, England. The site was originally Barton Farm, a busy sheep farm owned by six generations of the same family.
Saunton Golf Club
Saunton Golf Club is a private golf club in England, that is located about 2 miles (3 km) to the west of Braunton, Devon. It was founded in 1897.
Royal North Devon Golf Club
Royal North Devon Golf Club was founded in 1864, and is the oldest golf course in England. The course was designed by Scottish golfer Old Tom Morris.
Bull Point Lighthouse
Bull Point Lighthouse is a lighthouse on Bull Point, about one mile (1. 6 km) north of the village of Mortehoe, on the northern coast of Devon, England.
Rock Park is an urban park in Barnstaple, Devon, England. The park was donated to the public by William Frederick Rock and opened in 1879.
Combe Martin Beach
Combe Martin is a village, civil parish and former manor on the North Devon coast about 4 miles (6. 4 km) east of Ilfracombe.
Museum of British Surfing
The Museum of British Surfing is in Braunton in the English county of Devon. The museum contains exhibits relating to the history of surfing in the United Kingdom.
Bideford College is a mixed secondary school and sixth form located in Bideford in the English county of Devon with a principal named Dr. Claire Ankers.
This page refers to a small cove in north Devon. For the better known beach in Torbay, south Devon, see Broadsands.
Bideford Railway Heritage Centre
The Bideford Railway Heritage Centre CIC (previously the Bideford and Instow Railway Group) in Devon, England, is responsible for the management of the Bideford station site. The company is also responsible for Instow signal box which opens on occasional Sundays and bank holidays from Easter to October.
Bideford Long Bridge
Bideford Long Bridge in North Devon spans the River Torridge near its estuary and connects the old part of the town, and formerly important river port, of Bideford on the left bank (west side) with East-the-Water on the right bank (east side). It is one of the longest mediaeval bridges in England, being 677 feet (222 yards) long with 24 arches.
The Torridge Bridge is a 650-metre-long concrete bridge, situated broadly in an east-west direction, built in 1987 in Bideford Devon over the River Torridge. Known additionally for its suicides the bridge has since been improved, with the instalment of higher railings.
Lee Bay or just Lee is a small village on the North Devon coast near Woolacombe. Lee is situated on the rugged and inhospitable stretch of coast between Ilfracombe and Woolacombe, which includes Bull Point (with its lighthouse) and Morte Point, both notorious for shipwrecks in earlier times, and both on the South West Coast Path.
Rapparee is a cove in the North Devon town of Ilfracombe. The cove is the site of the shipwreck of the transport London, which sank on 9 October 1796 in stormy weather.
Braunton Burrows is a sand dune system on the North Devon coast. It is privately owned and forms part of the Christie Devon Estates Trust (see Tapeley Park).
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