Out & About
Discover places to see and things to do whilst in and around Higher Ashton, Devon to truly enhance your stay come rain or shine!
Out and About Explore one of South Devon's beautiful stretches of golden sand, or take a short drive to nearby Dartmouth. Why not take a day trip into the cathedral city of Exeter and partake in a spot of retail therapy- great for the soul!
Exeter Nearby Exeter is a cosmopolitan city offering good shopping, a great live music scene, and a wonderful arts centre too. A must visit for those with a love of culture!
Castles and Views Nearby Haldon Belvedere, also know as Lawrence Castle, is a Grade-II listed triangular tower built in 1788 by Sir Robert Palk as the centre piece to his vast estate. Perched high on Haldon Hill and standing in 5 acres of woodland, panoramic views extending to Dartmoor, Exmoor, the South Hams, the River Exe valley. On a really clear day, the Isles of Purbeck and Portland Bill in Dorset are visible and even Wales.
On the Water An array of water sports awaits- from dingy sailing in the mouth of the river to yachting, canoeing and windsurfing.
Teign Valley Spy Trail Whatever the season, the Teign Valley Driving Spy Trail will take you to places that you never knew existed, revealing some absolutely stunning scenery that is well off the beaten track, from rugged tors on Dartmoor, to England's highest waterfall at Canonteign Falls and the peaceful tranquility of the Kennick, Tottiford and Trenchford Reservoirs.
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