Three Reasons You Should Visit Braunton
Three Reasons You Should Visit Braunton is the distinctive and Magnificent areas of outstanding natural beauty that surrounds can be found no where else in the country. The Braunton Burrows, The Marshes, The Great Fields and The Tarka Trail are home to rare species of animals, birds, insects and plants. In 2002 Braunton Burrows obtained international recognition as a biosphere reserve. The whole landscape around Braunton is protected and has great rights of way offering visitors the freedom to explore rare and dramatic scenery and stunning wildlife close up. If you stay at Holmsleigh you will not need your car as all of nature in it’s finest glory is on our doorstep.
The Fantastic Facilities
- The Fantastic Facilities in Braunton mean that after a day out exploring there will be no need to drive around looking for somewhere open to eat. Braunton is open and lively with a surf chilled out vibe all year round where many seaside resorts close down in winter. Braunton has a fabulous selection of award winning restaurants from French or Tai to traditional English pubs.Something for everyone on any budget. Braunton is a pretty village with the Tarka Trail and River Caen running through it’s centre. With plenty of green space and parks it retains a village feel but with all you could need for a great holiday. A post office, 2 petrol stations, 3 newsagents, 3 good food markets, gift shops, surf outlets and a great choice in takeaways and much more.
The Location of Braunton
- The Location of Braunton in North Devon is the perfect hub because in any direction you turn within minutes you arrive at another amazing location. 12 top rated beaches plus many more hidden bays, historical towns, nature reserves and wildlife, adventure parks and world class sports. Braunton is the Jewel in North Devon’s Crown and great place to come back to after a busy time exploring.