North Devon Bed and Breakfast at Holmsleigh talks about some history In 1959 the North Devon coast was designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. 38 % of the North Devon region is protected landscape. Braunton Burrows is an area of North Devon’s biosphere reserve and a part of the marine conservation.
Surrounded by Natural Beauty
North Devon Bed and Breakfast shows some beautiful walks is surrounded by natural beauty and sits in harmony with nature.The North Devon diverse scenery attracts visitors from all over the world. The main attractions are 12 superb beaches within a 20 mile radius including world class surf and blue flag awards. Dozens more secret bays and coves to explore. Take a look at Broad Sands Combe Martin for some wild swimming, cave exploring and acting out scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean.
Two National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor.
Near Watermouth castle. Here you can hire a kayak and get up close to the rugged cliffs to observe the sea birds.
The Tarka Trail
180 miles of traffic free Tarka Trail for walking and cycling, Historic Houses, Gardens and Heritage sites.
It is natural in the diverse dramatic coastline and countryside that outdoor activities are the main attraction to North Devon. Try Hang gliding with Fly Like A Bird, Ride horses along the beach or country with numerous local stables, fishing trips, rock climbing, surfing, cycling and walking to name a few.
Great Restaurants in Braunton
Excellent produce in top class restaurants close by to Holmsleigh Bed Breakfast Braunton North Devon
Great rights of way leading to well signed footpaths 630 miles of coastal paths
Braunton is the best place to enjoy a walking and cycling holiday.