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Whitewashed cottages, donkeys and cobbled streets

Visit Clovelly

There’s no place in the world quite like Clovelly. The historic village in North Devon clings to the cliffs, with cobbled, traffic-free streets leading down past whitewashed fishermen’s cottages, pubs, shops and cafes to the working harbour. One of the most unique locations in the UK, the village has been privately-owned since Elizabethan times, which has helped preserve the traditional atmosphere and charm.

Clovelly Cottages

Our range of Clovelly holiday cottages offers the perfect place for you to set up your home away from home, before exploring the beautiful region around the village. Find your ideal accommodation today.

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Parkdean Resorts Bideford Bay

Explore the North Devon coastline and discover the local area when you stay at Bideford Bay Holiday Park. Expect sweeping sea views, wooded hilly grounds and golden Blue Flag beaches.

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15 hidden North Devon beaches

North Devon’s coast showcases striking scenery from towering cliffs to broad swathes of golden sand. Surfers and holidaymakers flock to the popular beaches of Croyde, Woolacombe and Westward Ho!, but peppered between these well-known destinations are some secret gems waiting to be discovered. We reveal the beaches where you can escape the crowds and soak up the scenery in sublime serenity.

Woolacombe: A perfect holiday location

Thrill-seekers, families young and old and foodies will all absolutely adore a holiday to the coastal resort of Woolacombe in North Devon. The village has plenty of things to see and do, including modern bars, top-class eateries and, of course, the award-winning beach, where adrenalin-junkies can enjoy a spot of surfing. Our guide explains why a Woolacombe holiday park could be perfect for you.

A cliff-clinging village

Set into a steep cliff, the North Devon village of Clovelly is one of the most popular - and most unusual - villages in the area. Occasional donkey aside, you’ll find no traffic on the cobbled high street, which winds its way 400 feet down the hill, past 16th century cottages towards the harbour. There are two pubs in the village: The New Inn, halfway down the hill and The Red Lion on the harbour, both of which also act as hotels, meaning there’s plenty of choice when it comes to Clovelly accommodation.

Steeped in maritime history, the harbour continues to be a working one, while you’ll find plenty of nautical knowledge in the village, with the RNLI Clovelly Lifeboat Station sitting on the harbour, while events including Seaweed and Herring Festivals take place in the village every year.

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