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Why visit Hartland?
Hartland is a remote coastal village on the north coast of Devon. It is part of the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has some of the most spectacular clifftop views and scenery in the whole country. There are miles of coastal walks to enjoy and the town is in close proximity to several beaches.
Explore the Hartland Peninsula and uncover hundreds of years worth of history. Hartland Quay is a former harbour that experiences some of the roughest weather in the UK. The harbour was largely destroyed in the 1880’s, but the foundations can still be seen at low tide. The rocky outcrop of Hartland Point is located right at the northern tip of the coastline. Nestled into the rocks is Hartland Point Lighthouse, which has stood here since 1874.
Hartland is full of character, home to a number of craft shops, potteries and markets that take place during the week. There are a good number of bars and restaurants to frequent for a town if its size.
Enjoy a day out at Hartland Abbey, a beautiful mansion house with fine interior displays, walled gardens and woodland walks. The estate has been used as a location for a number of tv shows, including The Night Manager and Sense and Sensibility.
Places to visit near Hartland
Travel to the nearby harbour village of Clovelly, highly unusual for the fact that no vehicles travel up and down its cobbled streets - only donkeys and sledges are used to transport goods around the village. Clovelly has been privately owned for hundreds of years which has helped preserve its charm and character; the vast majority of houses are all listed buildings. Head further east along the coast to visit Westward Ho! and Appledore.