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Bees, farmers' markets and a gateway to Exmoor

Visit South Molton

Perfectly situated between North Devon’s stunning coastline and Exmoor, South Molton is a great base for exploring beyond. A historic market town, it still retains much of its old-world charm and boasts an array of independent shops, top family attractions and many beautiful Georgian buildings. You’ll be right on the edge of Exmoor, the perfect location for rambles and walks, with a dramatic backdrop to boot.

South Molton Cottages

This small town is ideally situated for adventure and discovery of the surrounding county. There is a hive of activity and accommodation in South Molton, with some very beautiful holiday cottages.

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Snapdown Farm Caravans

Just 6.5 miles from the market town of South Molton, Snapdown has over 100 acres of woods and meadows, teeming with flowers and wildlife. The peaceful site is ideal for couples, families - even pets!

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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 quintessential market town

The town of South Molton has been a thriving community since the earliest days of recorded history, all based around the church and the market square that remains there today. Attractions include the local museum and Quince Honey Farm, a bee-themed day out for the family which is also a working honey farm. The buzz of the town still centres around the square, surrounded by independent shops and the ancient Pannier Market, which still runs markets every Thursday and Saturday.

There are walks for all abilities in the surrounding area, a wealth of history to see throughout the town, a swimming pool for fun and fitness, a gorgeous Mediterranean restaurant called Zest, an array of pubs, and award-winning tea rooms The Corn Dolly - a great place for a Devon cream tea!

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