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Saunton Beach Villas Dog Shop

Located in Reception, you’ll find our brand new Dog Shop. A unique and carefully selected range of top-quality, unique and exciting dog products.

Lyn Valley Dog House

Lynton and Lynmouth’s Dog Emporium, The Lyn Valley Dog House,stocks a wide range of treats, toys, and goodies for your dog.

Storeys & Tails – Collar and Lead Workshop

These workshops are a fantastic way to learn basic leather crafting skills whilst making your pooch their perfect collar and lead. 

Beachside Grill

The Beachside Grill is located in the beach car park, just minutes from your Villa. They have a lovely lunch menu that includes great open grilled sandwiches.

The Rock

The Rock Inn is a friendly 17th Century Inn in Georgeham, and boasts five cask marque real ales, and an extensive wine list. The Rock’s fantastically fresh food is cooked with passion and flair.

The Boathouse

Overlooking golden sands and the confluence of the Taw and Torridge rivers, The Boathouse in Instow is a beach bar and restaurant with a serious passion for great food, fresh fish, fine wines and good times.

Duck Dive

Located next to the river in Braunton, Hang Loose is a new Bar & Restaurant, with a great selection of beers/wines/ spirits, bespoke cocktails and world inspired lunch and evening meals.

The Thatch

Located in the middle of the popular surfing village of Croyde, The Thatch offers real pub food, real ales (some local), and fine wine. It has a great chilled out vibe and a cosy atmosphere, not to mention a great music scene.

The White Lion

The White Lion in Braunton is a family friendly pub with a wonderful beer garden. They have a wide selection of beer from local breweries as well as an ever expanding variety of craft beers.

The Aggi

The Agricultural Inn, known to locals as The Aggi, is a relaxed, family friendly village inn. The Aggi has large open bars, one of which boasts a popular restaurant and cosy log fire.

The Williams Arms

Popular for its excellent Sunday carvery, The Williams Arms is a firm favourite local pub. The 16th century thatched inn has been modernised throughout whilst maintaining its historic charm.

The London Inn

The London Inn is a local family dog friendly pub. It has a superb large south facing beer garden with outside bar. They have a well stocked bar and always have an excellent selection of guest ales on tap.

Tarko Lounge

With gluten free and vegan menus, Tarko is a popular local favourite! Their evening tapas and cocktails are not to be missed!

Boston Tea Party

boston Tea Party is a group of family owned independent cafes which are all located across the South West. Their freshly made coffee is amazing and the exciting menu provides a range of fresh and healthy dishes.


Sandbanks Cafe is located halfway between Instow and Fremington Quay and just 100 metres from the Tarka Trail. It has an industrial chic style and offers a relaxed, calm and contemporary space for both local residents and tourists.

The Worx

The Worx is a friendly independently run coffee house set in the heart of Braunton, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, cakes and traditional Devon cream teas. This great little cafe has a fully stocked licensed bar which you can enjoy either inside or out in their private walled courtyard.

Quay Café

The Quay Café is located directly off the Tarka Trail at the gateway to Braunton Burrows biosphere reserve. With a relaxed atmosphere, their dog-friendly, fully licensed café offers organic coffee, great food with seasonal specials, and delicious cream teas and cakes.

Woody Bay

This sheltered shingle beach sits 3 miles west of Lynton, at the foot of steep cliffs and ancient woodland. A steep 500 metre access path zigzags from the carpark at the top of the cliff, and leads you through the woods and onto a small rocky pebble and shingle beach.

Barricane Beach

Barricane Beach is hidden in a sheltered west-facing cove just half a mile from Woolacombe Beach. It is full of nooks, crannies, rock pools and gullies for keen adventurers to explore. In the summer, there is a brilliant cafe that sells ice creams, drinks and hot food.

Putsborough Sands

Putsborough Sands is a vast expanse of beautiful golden sand located just down the road in Georgeham. The beach is lapped by crisp waves of wonderfully clean bathing water, making it ideal for surfers and swimmers alike.

Croyde Bay Beach

Croyde is a sandy beach backed by sand dunes, situated in a small bay on the North Devon coastline. It is rated as one of the world’s best surfing beaches and has hosted numerous competitions. It is most suited to the more advanced surfer or sea swimmer.

Saunton Sands Beach

Saunton Sands Beach sits right at the heart of the UNESCO North Devon biosphere reserve, and it’s only 2 minutes from your Beach Villa! The 3.5 mile stretch of gorgeous golden sand is backed by the rolling expanse of Braunton Burrows, with surf that is welcoming for all abilities.

Arlington Court

Arlington Court is an unexpected jewel on the edge of Exmoor, maintained by the National Trust. Visit the Regency House and the Carriage Museum in the stables, or travel around the beautiful estate by a classic horse-drawn carriage.

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