Did you know...the Hartland Peninsula has 12 miles of spectacular coastline?

The Hartland Peninsula in North Devon is a beautiful combination of sweeping valleys, tumbling waterfalls and dramatic cliffs – making holidays in Hartland a breathtaking way to escape it all. The climate offered by the shelter of the valleys means that Hartland is home to rare flowers, wildlife and insects – so there is always something unique to spot amongst the fantastic scenery.

The village of Clovelly has been privately-owned since 1738, and the small entrance fee helps to retain its nostalgic charm. Clovelly is famous for its friendly donkeys, once used to carry goods up the steep hills of the village – today they are happy to give visitors a hand with their bags!

The Red Lion

You can’t miss The Red Lion if you’re in the picturesque village of Clovelly, as it’s the white building that sits right on the ancient harbour. Dating all the way back to the 18 th century, the pub was once three cider houses where the fishermen of the village would meet and swap stories of their experiences at sea. This...

Hartland Quay

Hartland Quay beach is a rocky yet scenic choice if you’re looking for a beach in Hartland. Hartland Quay beach has a car park, toilet facilities, a cafe and a seasonal dog ban. It’s a good spot for surfing, rock pooling and the nearby South West Coast path makes it a great Hartland beach to discover via a walk. Slipways...
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