North Bovey is an unspoiled moorland village boasting spectacular views, an
ancient church and an idyllic village green – complete with village pump!
Five minutes from the small picturesque moorland towns of Chagford and
Moretonhampstead, North Bovey is a great base for walking and exploring the
Dartmoor National Park and the glorious county of Devon as a whole.
The surrounding area is packed with great places to visit and things to do.
Check out the Dartmoor National Park website on: www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk for some ideas.
There are plenty of National Trust properties in the area, with the
magnificent Castle Drogo just up the road. For details, go to:
If flowers are more your thing, RHS Rosemoor is a fabulous place to visit,
and a pleasant cross country drive to get there. See details at:
Devon is blessed with a glorious north and south coastline offering
everything from sandy beaches to towering cliffs and deserted coves to busy
ports. The South West Coast Path Association is good place to find out more,
go to: www.swcp.org.uk
Exeter City Council's website has some useful information about the area,
and details of what's on. Have a look at: www.exeter.gov.uk
More useful links:
Does what it says in the tile! Fascinating reading...
Adrian Partridge offers: Escorted Walking, Navigation Courses, Skills Training for Hill and Mountain Hillwalking and Wilderness Camping
If you enjoy the outdoors and exploring Dartmoor and other remote places, we recommend these guys for essential first aid in practical situations.
Guided walks of interest and discovery on Dartmoor.
The North Bovey village blog for all the latest local news.
We will post more useful links as we find them. If you have some suggestions
for other useful sites, please drop us an email!
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