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2240 Log Cabins with a restaurant in the UK

Log cabins are self catering accommodation, but that is not a sentence of one week in the kitchen. It’s an opportunity to start the day at your own pace with breakfast as you like it, and to come and go as you please. But it’s lovely to have a restaurant close by so that you only use that kitchen when you want to. The log cabins below will ensure you never feel chained to the hob or the sink.

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Log Cabin in Mid and East Devon 2

Bickleigh, Devon, South West of England

Log Cabin in Mid and East Devon From £447 Availability

Cadeleigh is near many pretty villages such as Bickleigh, with the River Exe meandering through it and the popular mill that offers boutique shopping and artisan foods. There is endless beautiful countryside with distinctive dark red soil being typical in this area, making it a scenic setting ideal for walking and all manner of country pursuits. There is much to see and do in the nearby town of Tiverton, which has a pretty canal offering boats for hire. Slightly further afield is the city of Exeter, with its huge variety of shops and restaurants. For history lovers Fursdon House and Gardens gives an insight into the heritage of the area. On entering this unique stylish pod, the open plan lounge/kitchen/dining and sleeping area has a comfy sofa to relax on whilst taking in the mesmerising view, alternatively watch your favourite channel or movie on the TV/DVD. Cook a meal in the well equipped kitchen area with electric oven and 2 ring gas hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. In the sleeping area at one end of the pod there is a double bed which looks out towards the circular entrance and a small window on one side so you can wake up with the view whichever way you turn. The shower room with shower and WC, its compact but has all you need to freshen up. Stepping outside is a large decked area with private hot tub, hammock, sun loungers and charcoal BBQ, you will no doubt find it difficult leaving this relaxed environment. After a day s adventures what could be nicer than stargazing from the hot tub. There is a fully fenced enclosed lawn area below the pod ideal for your four legged friend and off road parking and turning area for 2 cars. Sorry regret no children or babies

Barn in North Devon 4

Barnstaple, Devon, South West of England

Barn in North Devon From £437 Availability

Located in the tiny hamlet of Benton surrounded by 15 acres of beautiful grounds, this property is ideally placed for keen walkers and nature lovers. Once you have finished exploring the local area on foot, hop in the car and head to the nearby ancient town of Barnstaple, which boasts a traditional pannier market as well as a range of shops, restaurants and cafes. If you re looking for a slice of culture, the National Trust s Arlington Court is close by, while Knightshayes Court is an hour away by car. Other nearby attractions include Marwood Hill Gardens, RHS Rosemoor and Dartington Crystal. Arranged on two levels, this property is bursting with traditional features, from exposed beams to an inglenook fireplace. The owners property is close by but privacy is assured. The kitchen/dining area is spacious and well equipped, with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. After your meals, cosy up on one of the comfortable sofas in the lounge area, which features a high vaulted ceiling with exposed trusses. Unwind beside the wood buner as you make the most of the TV/DVD or plan the day ahead. Or, if you re looking for a bit of healthy competition, take to the games room where there is a full sized snooker table. There is a twin bedroom with en suite shower room on the ground floor, while the king size bedroom with en suite bathroom and shower over bath is located upstairs on the first floor. Outside, there is a pretty patio area with garden furniture and a BBQ for making the most of those sunny days. Beyond the patio is a large lawn, which leads to a stream, pond and acres of fields beyond, perfect for enjoying a morning stroll.

Log Cabin in South Devon 4

Plymouth, Devon, South West of England

Log Cabin in South Devon From £617 Availability

Situated in a pleasant holiday park, this property is steps from three beautiful sandy beaches. Head out at low tide and you ll find a large expanse of open beach dotted with rock pools for exploring resident marine life, while on dry land wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy spotting the profusion of rare birds in the vicinity. For a more cosmopolitan affair, head into nearby Plymouth and visit the historic Barbican area with its restaurants, shops, bars and National Marine Aquarium or walk up onto the Hoe with its swimming pool, cafes and bars. A little further afield, other worthwhile attractions include Torbay, Paignton Zoo, Dartmoor as well as neighbouring Cornwall. Inside, the accommodation is arranged on one level and has been recently refurbishing to provide a chic, contemporary feel. Prepare meals in the compact yet well equipped kitchen, which contains an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment and washing machine, before enjoying a bite to eat at the breakfast bar. After a long day on the beach, relax in the lounge area beside the wood effect electric fire while watching TV or simply taking in those breath taking views out to sea. There are two bedrooms in this property, one double overlooking the sea with patio doors onto the terrace and one additional double. Both bedrooms display a light, bright and fresh decor and share the clean and contemporary shower room. Step outside onto the large enclosed tiered patio to enjoy long BBQ lunches at the garden furniture while soaking up the stunning sea views. Parking for one car is allocated in front of the property, but you must purchase a parking ticket and display for the duration of your stay

Log Cabin in South Wales 2

Usk, Gwent, Wales

Log Cabin in South Wales From £500 Availability

One of two super shepherds huts sitting in the rolling countryside of the Wye Valley. Not far from the delightful town of Usk, which offers a host of independent shops, restaurants, pubs and antique shops. This wonderful area boasts a wide range of scenic landscapes and nature trails, plenty of opportunities to sample local produce and a trip to nearby Abergavenny is highly recommended. With many historic attractions, castles, museums and galleries to explore such as Tredegar House, Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle, everyone will have plenty to enjoy. Many activities such as kayaking, sailing, fishing, mountain biking and climbing are all within an easy drive and there are fabulous walks straight from your door. Entering the beautiful open plan lounge/kitchen/diner/sleeping space you are first struck by the light and airy feeling this property evokes, being of a bespoke design. The lounge area has a cosy wood burner and TV/DVD, DAB radio with Bluetooth, making this a warming retreat any time of the year. The kitchen has an electric oven and induction hob, fridge and Nespresso coffee machine. The bedroom area has a double bed from where you can enjoy the lovely rural views, with deer, geese, buzzards and red kites often seen. There is ample storage space built in behind and below the bed. There is also a super, internal shower room with a power shower and WC, adding a little bit more refinement to your glamping break. Outside there is an additional outdoor kitchen with a charcoal BBQ and bench seating for some al fresco dining, a hammock for lazy afternoons and a fire pit for enjoyable, social evenings looking up at the stars before heading back in to enjoy the cosy wood burner. Honesty shop selling locally sourced meets, snacks and other items. Bike storage is available for those wishing to enjoy the National Cycle Network that can be joined from the bottom of the hill. There is ample parking for two cars with a pathway to the property.

Barn in Somerset 4

Dunster, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £329 Availability

For those wanting a traditional seaside holiday, the coast at Minehead is easily reached within a few minutes drive and offers an array of cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops, family entertainments and access to the South West Coast Path. With exceptional countryside, and its own romantic castle standing on a wooded hillside overlooking the main street, the large village of Dunster is one of the West Country's prettiest. Nearby are a wealth of beaches, pretty villages and attractions that include Blue Anchor, Porlock, Lynmouth, West Somerset Steam Railway, Tropiquaria Zoo, Wildlife Safaris on Exmoor National Park and a day ticket can be purchased to enjoy the all weather attractions and swimming pools at Butlin's. Upon entering the immaculate accommodation you are greeted by a cosy and inviting open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, in the summer you can open the stable door to let the outside and views in. In the lounge area there are original beams from the mid 19th century and a beautiful feature stain glass window, here you can relax and watch your favourite programme on the TV or enjoy a DVD. The well equipped kitchen/dining area has an electric oven and hob, fridge and microwave, which is perfect for trying out new recipes or old family favourites. A beautiful chestnut wooden staircase leads up to the two bedrooms, set in the eaves, there is a double and a twin bedroom. You will also find the family shower room with shower and WC. Venturing outside you will have exclusive use of the secluded well kept lawned garden with seating, which is situated at the front of the property and is located at the end of a private quiet drive. To the side of the cottage is an enclosed private paved area with a useful outside hose, perfect for washing muddy boots or your four legged friend after a moorland walk. You are also very welcome to use the shared rear garden which overlooks open countryside and enjoys distant views to the sea at Blue Anchor Bay. Here there is a further seating area and if you re lucky you may get to meet the owner's resident tortoise. There is also a useful utility room next to the cottage which is shared with the owners with a washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer compartment and is perfect for storing bikes securely.

Barn in Wiltshire 2

Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, South of England

Barn in Wiltshire From £322 Availability

This ground floor property is set in a courtyard within the grounds of the owner s home and is part of a small development of former stables. Situated next door to a BHS approved equestrian centre, it s an ideal base if you fancy organising some riding lessons. If you have sea legs instead, the marina is nearby with its colourful narrow boats where boat, canoe and bike hire can be arranged, as well as fishing. The exclusive Wiltshire town of Bradford on Avon is just 1 mile away and has a range of specialist shops, tea rooms, cafes as well as an excellent selection of restaurants and pubs. The historic city of Bath is 8.5 miles away with its famous spas, theatres, a racecourse and a rugby ground. If you wish to venture further, the train station is around a mile away where you can hop on a train to Bristol, just a 30 minute journey. Alternatively, golf at Cumberwell Park is within easy reach as well as a host of popular other popular attractions such as Longleat (16 miles), Dyrham Park (15 miles), Stonehenge (25 miles), or the National Trust s Stourhead House which is around 22 miles away. Inside the property, the ground floor accommodation offers an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The kitchen area has a worktop cooker comprising of a double hotplate/oven/grill and also a microwave and a fridge, whilst the lounge area has a TV and DVD player for quiet nights in. There is also a cosy double bedroom as well as a bathroom with a shower over bath and WC. You can also find a shared utility room with coin operated washing machine and tumble dryer. Outside there is a shared courtyard with seating and BBQ which is great for a meal outside when the weather is fair. There is also ample off road parking available.

Barn in Norfolk 2

Cromer, Norfolk, East of England

Barn in Norfolk From £348 Availability

The property is approached via winding country lanes and lies in the peaceful village Paston close to the coast and the beautiful beaches at Mundesley. Quiet lanes ensure safe walking to explore the unspoilt area around the property. Nearby are the seaside towns of Cromer with the unique end of the Pier show and Sheringham with the North Norfolk Railway. Further along the coast is Blakeney from where you can take a boat out to see the seals. The pretty town of Holt is great for shopping and places to eat. The Norfolk Broads are a short drive away with cruises from Wroxham, National Trust properties at Felbrigg and Blickling. No trip to Norfolk would be complete without a day trip to Norwich, with many museums, Castle, Cathedrals and plenty of shops and restaurants and bars. Enter into the hall area with cottage style stairs leading to the twin bedroom with interesting curved wall and country views, a shower room including towels and a separate WC. From the hall head upstairs to the delightful open plan living area with lounge/kitchen/diner which is ideal for enjoying a relaxing get a way. The lounge area has a TV/DVD and enjoys views out to the beautiful countryside. If you don t want to go out for dinner you can prepare a meal in the kitchen which has an electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer and microwave. In the dining area you will find a cosy table for two. Venturing outside you will find a private patio area with seating in the owner s grounds. There is parking in front of the cottage for one car and further ample parking at the owner s house

Barn in North Wales 2

Oswestry, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in North Wales From £563 Availability

This beautiful cottage nestles in a paradise for keen walkers and cyclists, with a superb choice of foot paths and trails to explore. You can discover the Ceiriog Valley, Tanat Valley and Shropshire Hills, or navigate the 177 miles of Offa s Dyke, and see The Pistyll ,a dramatic 240 foot waterfall in Llanrhaedr which is the tallest single drop waterfall in the UK. There are plenty of pretty villages dotted around the area including Llansilin and Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, with a choice of excellent pubs, cafes and restaurants. The ancient market town of Oswestry offers a unique range of shops, eateries, galleries, events and a host of attractions to enjoy. There are National Trust properties nearby including Erddig, Chirk and Powis Castles. On entering this attractive property, which was imaginatively restored in 2016 and which retains plenty of original features, including exposed beams, and which offers great views from every window, you will find yourself in the cosy and traditional open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The snug and welcoming lounge is an ideal space to relax in, with comfortable seating, tasteful furnishing, Smart TV and a traditional wood burner. You will also find a charming dining area, and the stylishly designed kitchen is fully equipped with everything you may need including electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Heading up to the first floor, you will find a cosy and spacious super king size. There is also a wet room, complete with shower and WC. Stepping outside, you can relax at the end of a fantastic day and admire the glorious rural views from the enclosed garden, with patio, lawn, furniture and BBQ. Off road parking is available for 2 cars. Ev charging is available charges payable to owner.

Barn in South Wales 10

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £1435 Availability

Secluded converted henhouse set in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Country and mountain walks are right on your doorstep, with the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid providing an amazing backdrop. Three miles to the delightful, historic town of Abergavenny with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, with regular food festivals and markets to enjoy. Visit nearby galleries, museums and historic castles at Grosmont, White Castle and Raglan. Interesting days out at Blaenavon Iron Works and The Big Pit or perhaps try star gazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. There are plenty of activities to enjoy including riding, golf, kayaking on the Usk and Wye or a visit to Hay on Wye, the town of books, which is within easy reach. This beautiful property, lovingly converted in 2017 makes a perfect venue for a large group or family gathering, with the five en suite bedrooms and two open plan lounge/kitchen/dining spaces offering plenty of privacy for all involved. Entering the largest of these living spaces the double height interior is a marvellous surprise with a light and airy feel and clean contemporary finish. There are two leather sofas around a large coffee table where you can play games or watch the Smart TV. On the other side of the room is a stylish modern kitchen with granite peninsular equipped with an electric oven, large induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and Bluetooth speaker. Beyond the peninsular is a smart walnut dining table from where French doors lead to a patio area, with a teak dining table and chairs, and enclosed garden beyond. There are three bedrooms that lead from this large crisp living space: a spacious king size bedroom with a large en suite limestone wet room and WC, a king size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC, and a twin room (that can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom. Through a corridor from the living area you'll find the second large open plan lounge/kitchen/dining space. Again there are two leather sofas around a reclaimed wood coffee table and Smart TV. This kitchen has a charming country character, and is well equipped with an electric oven with induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, washing machine and Bluetooth speaker. This bright welcoming space also has a marvellous pine dining table, with benches, that comfortably seats ten. Bi fold doors lead to a further patio area and enclosed garden. There are two bedrooms that lead from this living space: a spacious king size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC, and a twin room (that can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom. A fabulous and warming property, with underfloor heating that make this a super retreat at any time of year. Outside there are large enclosed gardens which are laid to lawn, there is a patio, garden furniture and lovely views. There is ample private parking by the property.

Landscove House 16

Ashburton, Devon, South West of England

Landscove House From £4838 Availability

Landscove House is a phenomenal Grade II listed manor house that sits proudly in a stunning country estate in Devon’s glorious South Hams in the village of Landscove. This spectacular manor house sleeps sixteen guests in eight luxurious bedroom suites. Also located on the estate are The Barns, the restored dairy buildings that now provide exquisite boutique accommodation for a further twelve guests across six gorgeous cottages and suites. If you wanted to invite extra guests, then you can also book The Barns. There are sofabeds in each of the barn cottages sleeping extra guests too!

Landscove House is such a fabulous place for a celebration, family get together or a corporate event. It is little wonder that weddings are popular when marquees can be put up in the meadow and the estate boasts an outstanding glass roofed barn that can seat up to one hundred and eighty guests. Guests staying in the house are thoroughly indulged with lavish living spaces, Italian marble-clad bathrooms boasting egg-shaped freestanding baths, showers and Molton Brown toiletries, beautifully dressed exquisite beds, and gorgeous grounds. The grounds boast an idyllic pool, a lake and a stream, all within several hundred acres of sensational countryside. There are plenty of catering options for guests including delicious breakfasts and fine dining and the list of activities and excursions is endless.

Landscove House enjoys a privileged position just three miles from Dartmoor and only eight miles from the coast. The pretty Devon town of Buckfastleigh is very close by with its excellent cafes, restaurants, shops and the wonderful South Devon Railway where you can take a steam train along the beautiful River Dart valley to Totnes. Among the popular nearby attractions are Buckfast Abbey, Totnes Rare Breeds Farm, Agatha Christie’s Greenway House, Dartinghall Garden, Becky Falls on Dartmoor and the wonderful seaside towns of Paignton, Salcombe, Torquay, Brixham, Hope Cove, Slapton and Dartmouth. In between those, there are beautiful villages, miles of fabulous walking territory and lots of river adventures.

Surrounded by glorious countryside, Landscove House was originally built in approximately 1840. It has been beautifully and sympathetically restored and refurbished to offer luxurious living spaces and bedrooms whilst retaining its character and stunning nods from the past. With opulent yet somewhat minimalist styling, the bedrooms offer an air of elegance and dreamy romantic appeal whilst the living spaces are richer in colour and energy. All of the spaces have been designed with space and entertainment in mind. In addition to the manor house and barns, the estate boasts a converted ‘Nissen Hut’ from the second world war, the Dairy Kitchen which can be used for events such as cookery classes and demonstrations or as a support for outside catering or private chefs and the Glasshouse which can seat up to one hundred and eighty guests for dinner. It is brilliant for exhibitions and corporate functions. The conservatory in the manor house can accommodate up to twenty four guests.

The renovations of Landscove have delivered deluxe hotel standard rooms, full of sumptuous furnishings, beautiful artworks and artefacts. The ground floor is home to a smart drawing room, a reading room, a dining room and a fantastic open plan kitchen, family room and conservatory. The drawing room and reading rooms are of similar size, both with atmospheric feature fireplaces, one with blue and white colour palettes and the other with deep red colour splashes to compliment the ornate wooden furniture. The dining room is delightful with its exposed stone walls and period furniture. The wraparound kitchen, conservatory and family room is a brilliant space with a warm and inviting country feel. The chef’s dream of a kitchen features beautiful ivory cabinetry, a giant professional range cooker, two fridges, two freezers, two dishwashers, four ovens and a fabulous extra long island. It is incredibly sociable linking directly with the light and airy conservatory. Here there is a farmhouse table and chairs, a modern log burning stove and lots of exposed stone and wood. This space is open to the family room with its contemporary sofa and chairs and memorabilia from days gone by. The garden views are gorgeous.

The second floor is home to five bedrooms and the top floor home to the final three. The bedrooms are all dreamy havens with painted wooden floor boards, a range of lavish, handcarved beds all adorned with crisp white quality linens, handpicked vintage accessories and scattered artefacts that will fascinate you. Some of the bedrooms boasts feature fireplaces. The first of the bedrooms enjoys a beautiful super kingsize bed and an ensuite bathroom with a two person bath and a wet room shower. The second bedroom, with its glorious estate views, offers two single beds, one being a trundle bed for an extra guest. It also has an ensuite shower room. Romantic bedroom three is very special with its extra large four poster bed and ensuite with a two person bath and wet room shower. The fourth bedroom also boasts a four poster bed and an ensuite shower room. The final bedroom on the first floor is stunning with a blissful kingsize bed. Its second floor shower room is reached via a gorgeous spiral staircase. Bedroom six is immensely popular so you may need to draw straws. It offers so much character with its beams and exposed stone and brick arches and offers an in-room freestanding bath as well as a wet room. It super kingsize bed is lavish and stunning. The master, however, is a junior suite with its own sitting area. Again, it boasts an exquisite super kingsize bed, an egg shaped freestanding bath that sits in the middle of the room under the giant roof structure and a wet room shower. It is truly heavenly and you won’t be rushing from this suite! The final bedroom is another beauty with beams, exposed stone, a kingsize sleigh bed and gorgeous linens. You will not be disappointed whatever room you have!

The grounds of Landscove House are incredible. There are sheltered alfresco lounge spots, gorgeous landscaped borders, lush lawns, secret corners, a wonderful lily pond with its permanent residents, a family of moorhens and lots of frogs, alfresco dining and a fabulous pool which overlooks the lily pond. The pool is open all year long with an environmentally friendly heating system. Surrounding all of this are acres of lush greenery, a lake, the old oak meadow and towering trees. The meadow is the perfect spot for a marquee or a large scale picnic. The walking trails and views are amazing! You will not forget your holiday at Landscove House for a very long time!

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Landscove House is surrounded by hundreds of acres of estate grounds and countryside. Along with The Barns, the house is three miles from Dartmoor in Devon’s South Hams. The list of attractions, villages, seaside resorts and fine dining restaurants within easy reach is endless.

Also in Landscove is Hill House Nursery and Gardens with its stunning variety of plants and quaint tea rooms. Buckfastleigh is close to home with the ever popular heritage rolling stock steam trains. The railway was originally built in 1872. It is a brilliant way to travel to Totnes along the River Dart.

The vibrant, historic town of Dartmouth sits on the banks of the picturesque River Dart offering a fantastic range of attractions and activities including the delightful Babbacombe Model Village, Britannia Royal Navy College Tours, Coleton Fishacre House and Garden, Pennywell Farm, the Flavel Arts Centre and Cinema, Dart estuary walks, Bayards Cove Fort, Berry Head Nature Reserve, plenty of water activities and much much more. The town is brimming with narrow streets, overhanging medieval houses and old quays. It is full of fine dining restaurants, galleries, antique shops and marinas. The town plays host to many festivals and events.  

Visiting Agatha Christie’s mansion, Greenway House and Garden is another wonderful day out. Now owned by the National Trust, visitors can relax in the tranquil, beautiful gardens experiencing what Agatha Christie called ‘the loveliest place in the world’. There are walled gardens, riverside woodland, informal gardens and lots of hidden gems.

You can also visit Dittisham, taking the Greenway ferry. Dittisham is so pretty with wonderful river views and an excellent pub. From Dittisham, you can link up with many other walks including the Dart Valley Trail, the Greenway Walk and others.

Dartington Hall and Gardens is also lovely. It is set within a one thousand acre estate. The gardens are stunning, designed by Beatrix Farrand, the famous American garden designer.

Salcombe has to be one of the prettiest towns in South Devon. It is a centre for sailing, a watersports haven! Salcombe is lined with boutique shops, art galleries and gift shops. The town’s excellent restaurants serve locally caught fresh seafood and locally farmed produce. You can also taste delicious Salcombe Dairy ice-cream and award winning Salcombe gin. Salcombe’s August regatta celebrates all that is great about the town with sailing events, fireworks and much family fun. In town, Salcombe’s South Sands and North Sands are ideal family beaches or just across the estuary you will find a wonderful beach at East Portlemouth. It can be accessed by ferry from Salcombe. To the west lies Bigbury-on-Sea, Bantham and the famous Burgh Island which is accessed at high tide by a sea tractor. The South West Coast Path is absolutely amazing. You can enjoy a walk to Start Point Lighthouse from Salcombe admiring the splendid views.

Another popular beach day jaunt is to the picturesque Slapton Sands. Slapton Sands has a very moving story attached to it. In 1943 the beach was taken over by the allied forces to use as a rehearsal area for the D-Day landings. Sadly a combination of live ammunition and poor visibility resulted in 749 American servicemen losing their lives. There is a stone monument to commemorate the ill-fated operation. There are plenty of watersports at the beach and a beachside cafe. Many visitors enjoy observing the wildlife in the Nature Reserve, living in and around the freshwater lake, Slapton Ley.

Kingsbridge, a traditional English market town, sits on the Kingsbridge Estuary, surrounded by lush, green rolling countryside. Kingsbridge boasts an eclectic selection of independent shops, art galleries and antique shops as well as an excellent selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Artisan coffee shops mingle with luxury boutiques and your usual high street stores. You can taste local craft beers, ales, cider and even wine and gin together with delicious local produce. The town also offers a three screen cinema, a yoga studio and a leisure centre with a swimming pool. The town is very interesting with many walks. You can explore passages such as Squeezebelly Alley to discover Kingsbridge’s history and hidden treasures such as mosaics, a community garden and miniature railway. The town holds a number of local events including the Kingsbridge Food and Music Festival in June, Kingsbridge Fair Week in July, the Kingsbridge Show in September and Kingsbridge Celebrates Christmas in December. The estuary provides plenty of opportunities if you are a watersports enthusiast. You can kayak, sail or stand up paddleboard.

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