Things to Do in Berrynarbor and Surrounding Areas

  1. Explore the Scenic Sterridge Valley: Take in the stunning views of the Sterridge Valley from the comfort of Snowdrop your bell tent at Maytree Meadows Glamping. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the surroundings and enjoy the tranquillity.

  1. Visit Nearby Beaches: Discover the nearby Broadsand Beach, known for its picturesque coastline and perfect conditions for swimming, paddle boarding and exploring the rock pools. Spend a day soaking up the sun, taking a refreshing dip in the sea and enjoying nature at its best.

  1. Experience Local Attractions: Just a short distance away, you'll find Watermouth Harbour. Marvel at the scenic harbour views enjoy a delightful cream tea or crab sandwich at the charming Storm in a Teacup.

  1. Embrace Outdoor Activities: Berrynarbor is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Hike along scenic trails, cycle through the picturesque countryside, or indulge in kayaking and paddleboarding in nearby Coombe Martin. Enjoy swimming and exploring rock pools and caves when the tide is low.

  1. Discover the Charming Village: Take a leisurely stroll through the village of Berrynarbor and admire its traditional cottages, colorful gardens, and friendly community. Visit the village shop and post office for your daily needs and stop by the local pubs to experience traditional English hospitality. Ye Olde Globe is the local pub within a 10-minute walking distance from the site.

  1. Enjoy Local Dining and Shopping: Sample delicious local cuisine and explore independent shops in nearby Ilfracombe. Treat yourself to fish and chips by the seaside or catch a boat from the working harbour for a scenic coastal tour or a trip to the famous Lundy Island.

  1. Create Memorable Moments: Unwind in the comfort of Snowdrop your bell tent at Maytree Meadows, enjoying the serene atmosphere and star-filled skies. Relax by the open log burner, savour hot chocolate and marshmallows, and create lasting memories with your loved ones.

  1. Woolacombe – Perfect for a day at the beach, park in Marine drive, walk down the sand dunes and you are on 3-mile-long beach, dog friendly and perfect for surfing and bodyboarding.

  1. Morte Point – famous for smugglers and seals Morthoe takes in dramatic views of Woolacombe and Baggy point, this walk is not for the faint hearted but is totally worth it, especially when you see seals basking in the sun or bobbing up and down in the sea.

  1. Combe Martin – Kayaking, Paddleboarding and ideal for swimming and exploring with the many rock pools and caves when the tide is low.

  1. Hangman – walk the coast path from Combe Martin towards Exmoor and go up the famous little and big Hangman. Not for the faint-hearted but stunning views across the Bristol channel.

  1. Heddon's Mouth – this is where the river meets the sea – a beautiful circular walk, with stunning views, walk through the woods alongside the river, go over the bridges to play pooh sticks, and then you are at the sea with spectacular views. Start at Hunters Lodge with their famous peacocks and finish there for a nice pint of local ale or ice cream (this is owned by the National Trust)

  1. Valley of the Rocks is our favorite place – worth a visit. See the goats on the rock formations and rough terrain of the North Devon coastline. You can walk from the Valley of the Rocks into Lynmouth where you can get some lovely fish and chips then take the Cliff railway (the highest, steepest water-powered Victorian railway in the world) up to Lynton where you can explore the cobbled lanes and shops before walking through some beautiful woods back to the Valley of the Rocks.

  1. Ilfracombe is worth a visit – beautiful coastline, a great working harbour where you can catch a boat to take you along the very scenic coastline or over to the famous Lundy Island for the day. There are some lovely independent shops in Ilfracombe and some great places to eat.