Tiverton Castle: Few buildings evoke such an immediate feeling of history as Tiverton Castle, originally built in 1106 by Richard de Redvers on orders of Henry I.

There is a fine collection of Civil War arms and armour, some pieces of which can be tried on. Nowadays the Castle is a peaceful, private house, and the buildings, furnishings and exhibits reflect the colourful history and development. With continuing conservation in the Castle and beautiful walled gardens there is always something new and interesting to see.

Devonshire Heartland Tourism Information: No matter where you stay in Devonshire's Heartland, you have the great advantage of being well out of the way of the crowds, yet perfectly positioned to explore not only Devon's glorious coasts, beaches and lovely country side, but also the whole of the wonderful West Country. Whatever you want whether it is a Traditional seaside holiday, self catering, camping, farmhouse B&B, or walking and horse riding on Dartmoor and Exmoor Devon has it all!

Rosemoor Gardens RHS: The Royal Horticultural Society Garden Rosemoor is acclaimed by gardeners throughout the world, but you do not have to be a keen gardener to appreciate the beauty and diversity of Rosemoor. Whatever the season, the Garden is a unique and enchanting place that people return to time and time again.

Devon Attractions: a comprehensive list provided by West Country Links.

Dartmoor National Park: Dartmoor was designated one of the National Parks of England and Wales in 1951. It is a beautiful moorland landscape with wooded valleys and wind swept Tors. 368 square miles (953 sq. km.) in area, with about 33,000 people living in it, and where about 10 million visits are made each year. All the land is owned by someone and the public is able to roam freely on unenclosed, open moorland on both foot and horseback. There are also about 600 miles (966 km) of public rights of way. Dartmoor is a rich habitat for wildlife and has a wealth of archaeological remains.

The Devon Holiday Directory: Information and links to over a 1000 Devon holiday websites, accommodation, self-catering & B&B, towns and villages, pubs and restaurants, attractions, museums, houses and gardens, activities, golf, riding, walking, surfing, water sports, art, crafts and antiques.

Exmoor National Park: The park extends over 265 square miles of coastal land, hills, moors and woods, which provides excellent hiking opportunities across wild landscape and among the stone circles and ruins of ancient inhabitants.

Tiverton: is the largest town in Mid Devon with a population of approximately 17,500 and is situated on the River Exe. The name Tiverton originates from the word Twy-Ford or two Fords which relate to the Fords across the rivers Exe and Lowman which meet at Collipriest, just South of the town.

Official Tarka Country Website: Tarka Country covering more than 500 square miles of unforgettable countryside stretching from the north coast and Exmoor to the northern slopes of Dartmoor.

South Molton: Ideally situated as a base to explore the beautiful countryside of North Devon and Exmoor, South Molton is in one of the last remaining rural areas of Britain. There is much to do in and around the town for visitors of all ages. There is a honey farm where you can watch the bees working behind glass, a chocolate factory where you can indulge yourself and an award-winning museum. You will also find excellent scenery with some fabulous countryside in which you can walk and a growing cycle network.

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North Devon UK: A compilation of hundreds of web links concerning North Devon

Exmoor Directory: Walking, Riding, Events, Attractions, NT, Gardens etc.

North Devon Journal: a useful source of information.

North Devon Links: links to other businesses and accommodation in North Devon.

Official Guide to the South West: The official Tourist Board site for South West England.

North Devon Farm Park: A great day out for all the family. Feed the animals and see the exhibits of bygone days farming equipment.

Surf South West Surf School: Braunton Based at Croyde Bay, a renowned surfing beach From absolute beginners to seasoned surfers.

Barnstaple Pannier Market: This large undercover Market was built by in 1855 and was originally known as the vegetable market. The building has recently been refurbished and now houses specialist markets as well as the traditional produce market.




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