10th January 2020
Things to do this Spring
When we think of Spring in North Devon we can't but help but think of daffodils, breath taking scenery, baby animals and the country side blooming into life.
Take a look at our top 5 things to do this Spring showing off the very best of North Devon..
South West Coast Path
If you love exploring new places then the South West Coast Path is a must on your next break, stretching over 630 miles across Devon and Cornwall crossing through North Devon’s most famous coasts and villages.
With breathtaking sights the whole way you will not be disappointed by these stunning walks, why not try somewhere new, perhaps Lynmouth or Combe Martin full of local history, independent shops and stunning views.
Take a quiet stroll up from our hotel following the North Devon Tarka trail along the River. Our sister hotel, The Park is situated just meters from the trail making for the perfect stop off on your leisurely walk.
Pop in and sample some of the finest foods in their Seasons Brasserie, from light meals to delicious snacks there is something for everyone.
There is nothing quite like RHS Rosemoor in Spring, with everything coming to life after a frosty winter there is plenty to see, including their famous Cherry blossom trees. Explore a wide variety of Gardens including the Cool Garden, Foliage garden, Exotic and Mediterrinan
garden as well as meadows, woodlands and orchards. Enjoy all things Spring with their Spring Flower Festival on the 14th & 15th March with classes and exhibitions to show off the very best of Spring flowers.
Barnstaple High Street is known for it’s mix of independent and retail shops offering the very best of high street and local produce. Butchers Row showcases all the very best local shops and cafes that Barnstaple has to offer.
From Thai restaurants to Baked potatoes there is something for something for everyone along this picturesque street.
If you want warmth and luxuy all in one place then look no further than our cosy Terrace Lounge with a delcious Afternoon tea. With cosy armchairs, beautiful floral displays and sumptous surroundings it makes for the perfect setting for you to enjoy a luxury Afternoon tea.
With freshly made finger sandwiches, cakes, pastries, homemade scones and West country clotted cream served on vintage crockery it makes for a luxury extra to any Spring break.