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Dramatic river gorge, ancient woodlands, tea garden and shop in stunning surroundings
Take a stroll around the 2,000 acres of Watersmeet and Countisbury, a haven for wildlife, breathtaking waterfalls and walking to suit all abilities.
Watersmeet is one of Britain's deepest river gorges, where the lush valleys of the East Lyn and Hoar Oak Water tumble together.
Watersmeet House is the perfect spot to indulge in one of our gorgeous cream teas and don't forget to visit the shop for gifts or a little treat.
Then set out to explore the rich woodlands of the Lyn Valley and stroll along the riverside at Lynmouth, Combe Park and Rockford.
As a contrast, the South West Coast Path runs along the dramatic Glenthorne Cliffs, towards Devon's most northerly outcrop, Foreland Point. The lighthouse here is actually a holiday cottage, now how about that for a holiday with a difference?