Our Beautiful Countryside

Dartmoor
Dartmoor National Park covers an area of 368 square miles - the largest and wildest area of open country in southern England. Throughout the year Dartmoor is an exceptionally beautiful place to visit, with deep wooded gorges, beautiful lake-like reservoirs and tumbling rocky rivers.Take a picnic or experience a traditional welcome at one of the many unique Devon pubs along the route. Marvel at the ponies and extraordinary wildlife found in the most unexpected places. Don't forget your compass and walking shoes!  www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk.  Also take a look at  Dartmoor Walks This Way. This is a brilliant way to see Dartmoor, they offer Guided tours and hire of Electric Bikes.  They also offer vouchers if you want to gift someone.  If you want to see more of Dartmoor without walking Dartmoor Scenic Tours can help.

Cockington
Only a mile from Torquay seafront, the Domesday Book Village of Cockington has hardly changed through the centuries.Explore this special village, its historic manor house and the 460 acres of beautiful parkland, woodland and farmland.The Court is also home to a wide variety of skilled craftsmen and you can watch them as they work. www.cockingtoncourt.org   &   www.countryside-trust.org.uk

Canonteign Falls
Situated within Dartmoor National Park, in the heart of Devon's Teign Valley, Canonteign Falls is home to England's highest waterfall, descending a staggering 220ft.Enjoy walks through woodlands, wetlands, lakes and parklands.  www.canonteignfalls.com 

Becky Falls
No visit to Devon would be complete without a day at Dartmoor's famous Becky Falls, where there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Set within a spectacular ancient valley, the falls have been attracting visitors for over 100 years and today offers a fantastic day out.Variety of different level walks.
www.beckyfalls.com