Published December 1996 by Hyperion Books .
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Discovering Exmoor and North Devon. [Ron Freethy; Marlene Freethy] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ron Freethy; Marlene Freethy.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Discovering Exmoor & North Devon [Freethy, Ron; Freethy, Marlene] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Discovering Exmoor & North Devon. This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt’s award-winning North Devon & Exmoor remains the only dedicated general guide to this compelling area.
North Devon’s relative inaccessibility has been a deterrent to ugly development, and Exmoor National Park is one of the smallest, least well known, and utterly delightful of all national parks. North Devon is full of amazing history and culture, from the Exmoor area which inspired poets and writers alike to the various museums and galleries which tell the stories of the region, you can find evidence of North Devon’s history all over the place.
From the myths and legends of the moor to the preparations for D-Day, history fans will. Exmoor National Park is a surprise to most people.
Easily accessible from a variety of Devon towns, including South Molton, Barnstaple and Tiverton, Exmoor’s wild and diverse landscape suggests an area far more remote. Rocky headlands, high coastal cliffs, soft green valleys, wooded hills and fresh cold rivers and streams all abound in a relatively small area and are waiting to be discovered.
Exmoor is Lorna Doone country, as brought to life by Richard Doddridge Blackmore, who was actually born in Oxfordshire but will forever will associated with North Devon, where he spent most of his childhood. The book's Doone Valley is around five miles from. The official letter from the Exmoor National Park planning office (Image: Steve Cotten).
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The furniture has been hand renovated and is traditional to North Devon, all bathrooms and shower rooms are spacious and all rooms are en-suite. Whether you like to spend time exploring National Trust properties, discovering gardens, wildlife watching (Exmoor is home to Britain's largest mammal, the red deer), or indulging in more active pursuits such as coasteering, kayaking or just a gentle pony trek, Bradt's North Devon & Exmoor is the ideal companion for a successful s: 3.
Cost £ per person, no need to book. Later that evening, nature enthusiasts can get involved in an Evening Deer Search in Exmoor National Park from pm to pm.
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Hope Bourne was born in Oxford in but brought up at Hartland in North Devon. She lived on Exmoor for some 60 years, for two decades in a caravan at Ferny Ball near Withypool. Growing or shooting her own food, she earned her living as a writer, publishing four books in her lifetime as well as pamphlets and a regular newspaper column.
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This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt’s award-winning North Devon & Exmoor remains the only dedicated general guide to this compelling area. North Devon’s relative inaccessibility has been a deterrent to ugly development, and Exmoor National Park is one of the smallest, least well known, and utterly delightful of all national : Hilary Bradt.
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Little Switzerland is a name given to an area of Devon, around the towns of Lynton and includes the surrounding coast and countryside; Valley of Rocks, Watersmeet and Heddon term can be attributed to the Romantic poet, and later England's Poet Laureate, Robert Southey.
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