Out & about in Devon
Devon - What an abundance of scenery!
Sandy beaches and dramatic coastal cliffs, green rolling hills and deep wooded valleys with waterfalls. Estuaries with boats and Dartmoor and Exmoor for views and walks, and there's a 5 mile circular walk from the pub door too! We can supply you with a printed walk guide - just ask.
Visit the city of Exeter maybe take in an Exeter Chiefs' Rugby game at Sandy Park or go north to Lorna Doone and 'Tarka the Otter' countryside, also the cobbled hill village of Clovelly where the lobster pots are landed from Lundy Island and the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth backed by The Valley of the Rocks.
In the south, Burgh Island with its Pilchard Inn and sea tractor are a must and the sailing estuaries of Dartmouth and Salcombe. Not forgetting the seaside beach towns of Exmouth, Dawlish and Budleigh Salterton.
You'll want to return because there's so much to see and do!
And don't forget the local Winkleigh Devon cider and a Clotted Cream Tea!
Lydford Gorge near Okehampton with its feature 30m waterfall known as the White Lady Waterfall and also the Devil’s Cauldron whirlpools.
Buckland Abbey, Yelverton, near Tavistock. This was Sir Francis Drake’s former home.
R.H.S. Rosemoor Gardens, Great Torrington – an enchanting 65 acre garden.
The Big Sheep - Near Bideford -North Devon's Premier Family Attraction
Dartington Glass Factory, Great Torrington – an outstanding Devon attraction.
Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton– the last castle to be built in England.
Hayne Barn, is an elegant and versatile choice of venue for the perfect country wedding, special family party, inspiring corporate away day, launch event or film location.
The Manor House and Ashbury Activity Hotel, Nr. Okehampton
Looking for a Venue for a Wedding or Family occasion ? then Contact the Hernimans at HAYNE BARN, Nr. Crediton : www.haynedevon.co.uk