The Hartland Peninsular is an amazing place for walking the South West Coast Path, enjoying the beautiful Devon countryside, visiting the historic Hartland Abbey or picturesque Hartland Quay.
The Hartland Peninsular boasts amazing coastline, moorland, wooded valleys, wild heath land, rolling green pasture land and many species of rare fauna and flora.
The Hartland Peninsular Association have an information-packed website with things to do and places to go, and there are several guided walks for you to download.
The walks feature stunning beauty spots, sections of the South West Coast Path, and many points of interest and range from 2 to 8 miles.
The South West Coast Path website also contains detailed information including maps and level of difficulty.
The quaint village of Clovelly with its cobbled streets is nearby.
The historic Hartland Abbey and St Nectan's Church are just down the road on the way towards the stunning Hartland Quay with its inspiring rock formations and beautiful coastline.
Docton Mill Gardens, Clovelly Court Gardens and RHS Rosemoor are a must for keen gardeners.
Nearby beautiful beaches include Speke's Mill Mouth with its dramatic waterfall, Bucks Mills, Welcome Mouth and Sandymouth.
Cheristow Lavender is situated north of the village of Hartland. It is accessed by traditional Devon lanes with hedges on either side of the road.
The village of Hartland is 2 miles away and hosts a post office, general store, coffee shop, hairdresser, pottery and gift shop. There are also three pubs in the village and one at Hartland Quay.
The South West Coast Path with magnificent rolling countryside and fantastic sea views is about 25 minutes walk away.
There is a Methodist church in the village and services are also held at St Nectan's in Stoke.