Trentishoe is a hamlet on the cliffs above Elwill Bay on the north coast of Devon, west of the parish of Martinhoe, which is separated from the parish of Trentishoe by the River Heddon.  The parish of Trentishoe, stretches inland, around the parish of Parracombe to the south to Kentisbury, and west to Combe Martin, and is administered by North Devon District Council.

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GenUKI: Trentishoe
Genealogical research and historical information, showing the parish boundary, and including links to photographs of the St Peter's church.
The Hunters' Inn
Hotel at the heart of the Heddon Valley, Exmoor National Park. Includes details of the facilities, tariff, local information and map.
Wikipedia: Trentishoe
Brief introduction to the parish citing James Hannington (1847 - 1885) and the free festival of 1973, claiming to have kindled Glastonbury Fayre. Includes references and related links contributed by the public.
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