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Things To Do in North Devon this Easter

With the Easter Bunny makig his 2024 preparations, we thought we’d take a look at Easter events taking place in North Devon this year. With Saunton Beach Villas as your base, there are loads of activities going on locally for the whole family to get involved with.

Please contact the attractions/destinations directly for bookings and information. All information has been taken from respective websites, we are not responsible for any inaccuracies.

Easter Grotto, Milky Way

From Thursday 28th March to Sunday 7th April The Milky Way has a feast of chocolatey Easter fun laid on for you! Journey down the rabbit hole to a unique Easter Grotto to collect your chocolatey treat from the Easter Bunny. Entry fees apply.
Location: The Milky Way Adventure Park – Higher Clovelly, Bideford, North Devon, EX39 5RY

Easter Fun on the Farm at The Big Sheep

The Big Sheep, North Devon’s top Family Attraction, guarantees ‘ewe’ a fantastic family day out! Their multi-award-winning Theme Park is guaranteed to be the highlight of your Easter holiday! Activities include an Easter Egg Hunt, bottle feeding the lambs, meet the Easter Bunny and more. And if that’s not enough to tire your little ones out, venture to the Indoor Play Zone or take a trip on the Train or Twister rides!

For little ones, take a look at their Easter Toddler Takeover – don’t miss the chance for little ones to feed the lambs and cuddle pets. There’s also an Easter Trail & Easter photo opportunities, plus the Jiggy Wrigglers Easter Music Show and Barnwood Bears Woodland Play. Sunday 24th – Thursday 28th March. Park Opens 9:30am until 2pm

Location: The Big Sheep, Abbotsham, Bideford, Devon, EX39 5AP.

Easter Egg Hunt at Lorna Doone

Make your way along the trail and find nature-inspired activities for the whole family. The trail takes place between Fri 29 March – Sun 14 April, from 10.30am to 5pm, so come along and explore the magical Lorna Doone Valley. £3 per person.

Location: Lorna Doone Farm, Malmsmead, Lynton, Devon, EX35 6NU

Easter Holiday Fun at Rosemoor

Join the giant egg hunt this Easter at RHS Garden Rosemoor to win a chocolate prize and discover the garden in all its spring glory. Explore the garden searching for the giant decorated Easter eggs. Once you’ve found all the eggs, you’ll be rewarded with a free chocolatey treat from NOMO – The UK’s No. 1 Vegan & ‘Free From’ Chocolate Brand. Entry fees apply, free entry for RHS members but fees may still apply for certain activities.

The giant Easter egg hunt takes place between Friday 29 March – Sunday 14 April, 10am–5pm, daily, in the garden.

Location: RHS Garden Rosemoor, Torrington EX38 8PH

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Self Catering Holidays in Devon

Easter is a wonderful time to visit Saunton Beach Villas – the days are drawing out and the weather (we hope!) warms up as Spring blooms in North Devon.

Our dog-friendly Beach Villas are located just moments away from the golden sands of Saunton Beach, making for hassle-free beach days with the family. Head down to the beach for a dog walk, a surf, or a picnic, and then back to your cosy Villa for the evening – no driving or travelling required! Just imagine the fun the children will have exploring an easter egg hunt on the beach or in the dunes!

Our Villas sleep up to 4, 6, or 8 and we are often able to accommodate group bookings for multiple properties next door to each other if you’re coming with extended family and friends.

 
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