Clovelly is a parish on the north coast of Devon, between Hartland and Woolfardisworthy, which are all administered by the Torridge District Council.
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Information on the village, where Charles Kingsley was inspired to write the Water Babies. Includes history, local attractions, places to stay and eat.
Meet the donkeys and mules that provide transport in the steep cobbled streets of the village.
Self-catering holday lodges, set in a forty-acre site, offering fishing opportunities. Includes facilities, prices and location at Higher Clovelly.
The Shoot, comprises over 2,000 acres, forms part of the Clovelly Estate and offers pheasant shooting.
East Dyke Farmhouse
Offering bed and breakfast in the village. Includes details of facilities with prices and availability.
Historical and genealogical research information, including a map of the parish from 1850.
Tide Times: Clovelly
Calendar to check neap, spring, low and high tidal conditions, to plan for the beach. Also moon phase, and times for rising and setting of the sun.
Wikipedia: Charles Kingsley
Life and character, legacy, and bibliography.
Last update:June 11, 2016 at 21:14:59 UTC