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Little Dinworthy is situated approx 15 minutes inland from the North Devon/North Cornwall coastline with its pebbled beaches, sandy coves and famously dramatic cliffs.



Bradworthy village is 1.5 miles away and boasts the largest village square in the county and Devon’s first wind farm. It consists of a post office, general stores, butcher, hardware store, surgery, church and pub.



Tamar lakes offering fishing and watersports is 3.5miles south of Bradworthy.



The Devon Wildlife Trust’s culm grassland Reserve Volehouse Moor and Marsland Nature Reserve are within 3 miles.



The nearby coastal villages of Welcombe at 5.6 miles, and Hartland, former home of Mary Norton author of ‘The Borrowers’, with its famous, spectacular cliffs is 8.5miles distant. Both villages are home to a diverse range of artists.



Nearest market town is Holsworthy 7 miles, with the coastal town of Bude and its highly regarded surfing school 17 miles - access to the cyclists Tarka Trail.



The famous village of Clovelly with its cobbled streets running down to the sea is 9.5 miles distant.



The town and port of Bideford named ‘The Little White Town’ by Victorian author, Charles Kingsley in his book ‘Westward Ho!’ is 13 miles and offers shopping/art gallery/park/cafes as well as access to the cyclists Tarka Trail.



RHS Rosemoor Gardens are situated in Torrington - 16miles



This wild, unspoilt rural area is rich in small thriving businesses, from artists and craftsmen to specialist food and drink producers giving you opportunities to purchase some delicious produce be it vegetables, cheese, or beer and to visit a variety of artists’ studios.



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  • Rocky cliffs at Hartland Quay
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