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Price and Availability Index in North Devon District
Holiday Letting Price Information in North Devon
The graph shows average prices of holiday lettings in North Devon for the next twelve months. Holiday letting prices are the highest in July (20/07 - 27/07). The cheapest week is in March (02/03 - 09/03). Prices fall to an average of £75 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in North Devon
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in North Devon for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in January (11/01 - 18/01). Only 33 of the rentals are still available. Conversely, it is in October (12/10 - 19/10) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in North Devon
Check out the climate diagram for North Devon District. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 3° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is April.
Rekindle your sense of adventure with holiday lettings in North Devon
According to research based on cave fossils in the area, scientists claim that North Devon has been inhabited for at least 60,000 years. Renting a bungalow or cottage affords you numerous opportunities for excursions and coastal escapades in this quaint countryside setting. When your fun-filled day has ended, a stay at North Devon holiday lettings will feel like a home away from home.
North Devon dining and cuisine
North Devon is brimming with creative fare and old classics. For a hearty meal to split your britches, head to Pig On the Hill in Bideford. An assortment of treats from braised pig cheeks, mash and seasonal greens to rump steak with brisket and mushrooms leave travellers' bellies full and satisfied.
If you fancy something more exotic, then you can't go wrong with the Spice of India takeaway in Barnstaple. Its famous curries and samosas are some of the best you'll encounter outside of India itself.
Travellers in the mood for a more upscale dining atmosphere will enjoy the Blue Ball Inn in Lynmouth. In the evening, specialities such as hake gratin, pan-fried duck breast and fillet of beef are cooked-to-order and enjoyed in the gorgeous dining room with wood and stone accents.
Simple pub fare is also easily accessible at establishments such as The Champ, in Appledore, or Fortescue Arms, in Woolacombe. Classics like cottage pie, lasagna, burgers and nachos are always on the menu!
Museums and history in North Devon
Invasions and battles have shaped this beautiful region and have undoubtedly had a lasting impact. If you get excited over seafaring and its history and the influence it has had on North Devon, don't miss the North Devon Maritime Museum. Located right on the coast in Appledore, this museum boasts countless artefacts and exhibits on shipbuilding to shipwrecks and beyond.
Should you find you're more of a World War II buff, the Cobbaton Combat Collection in Bideford is a must-see. Only a 30min drive from the Maritime Museum, this vast collection of British, American, Russian and Canadian military equipment used during the second world war will leave you amazed at human ingenuity in challenging circumstances.
Another not-to-be-missed site, in Ilfracombe, is the Chapel of St. Nicholas sitting on top of a hill with stunning views of the surrounding sea and cliffs. At nearly 700 years old, this lighthouse and place of worship was built by monks in 1321.
Fun for the family
A family trip to North Devon wouldn't be complete without making sure the kids have spent all their energy. Visit the Milky Way Adventure Park for a truly out-of-this-world experience where your children can splash around in the water park, knock about in dodgem cars, or slide down the Gravity Rider. Milky Way offers annual passes and is great for groups and birthday parties. There are also activities for toddlers.
The Ultimate Adventure Centre in Bideford is perfect for the entire family to enjoy some intense physical activities, including obstacle courses, camping and high ropes. You can even bring the family dog to join in on the fun. Take a surfing class, have a foot-race at night, kayak, paddle board and more. Booking in advance is recommended as the centre can get quite busy depending on the season.
Not all the family attractions in North Devon are about physical exertion - Ilfracombe Sea Safari offers numerous options for carting you and your loved ones around the surrounding coastal area. You will be able to observe the local wildlife and panoramic views of the seaside from the comfort of your seat.
Outdoor adventures in Devon
Get out and stretch those legs at Active Escape in Ilfracombe. Here you'll be able to engage in a range of activities from coasteering to paddle boarding, rafting and more. If you're simply in the mood for some hiking, pay a visit to Combe Martin Beach Holiday Park. The scenery along the hilly coastline is spectacular and there are trails for cycling.
For an exotic excursion make your way to Exmoor to North Devon Hawks Walks. On this adventure, groups of up to four people will enjoy walking through woods and meadows and get an introduction to some hands-on falconry. Marvel at these magnificent birds in a luxuriant countryside setting, and witness first-hand how their handlers control them with ease.
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