Phone: 01626 852096
Web: Unique Devon Tours
Address: 3 Moorland Avenue, Denbury, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 6EU
Web: Stover Golf Club
Address: Newton Abbot, TQ12 6QQ
Fancy a game of golf while on holiday?
Preferential rates agreed for Finlake guests. Book via Sales Team on 01626 259 564
Web: House of Marbles
Address: The Old Pottery, Pottery Road, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9DS
The House of Marbles is a working glass, toys and games factory set in a historic pottery. Well worth visiting. Discover traditional and modern glass making technics at work, visit museums of games, glass, pottery and marbles.
Web: Canonteign Falls
Address Exeter EX6 7RH
Canonteign Falls is a waterfall in the historic tything of Canonteign in the Teign Valley and Dartmoor National Park near Chudleigh, South Devon, England.It is 220 feet (70 m) high and is one of the highest waterfalls in England. It was created in 1890 by diverting a stream over the edge of a cliff
Web: Stover Country Park
Address: Newton Abbot, TQ12 6QG
Stover Country Park contains over 114 acres of woodland, heathland, grassland, lake and marsh and a substantial variety of wildlife. It is a site of special scientific interest meaning it is protected by law to conserve its wildlife and geology.
Web: Becky Falls
Address: Manaton, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ13 9UG
Voted Devon’s top beauty spot and chosen as one of the WWF’s amazing family days out. Woodland park with features such as a children’s zoo, woodland trail and crafts.
Address: Fore Street, St. Marychurch Torquay, TQ1 4PR
A family-friendly attraction with 3 floors of British history (Victorians, Railways, Fifties), nostalgia, authentic curiosities, interactive displays.
Address : Hampton Avenue, Babbacombe, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 3LA
Thousands of miniature buildings, people and vehicles, along with animated scenes and touches of English humour, capture the essence of England’s past, present and future.
Address: National Park Visitor Centre, Haytor TQ13 9XT – Lower car park on B3387
Wild, open moorlands and deep river valleys, with a rich history and rare wildlife, Dartmoor is a unique place. Walking, cycling, horse riding, canoeing, climbing, etc.
Web: Trago Mills
Address: Newton Abbot, TQ12 6JD
Trago is an independent discount retailer and a garden centre in the South West. It’s also an amazing Family Fun Park, based near Newton Abbot, is perfect for a family day out in Devon! Set amongst 110 acres with views out towards Dartmoor, you’ll find a choice of fantastic rides for all the family. Also the cheapest local place for vehicle fuel!
Whether you’re a seasoned adrenaline junkie or a complete novice we will kit you up like a super hero and take you on a swashbuckling banter infused journey through time. We got the craziest leaps, most impossible climbs, the sexiest seals and the deepest darkest caves!
Address: Verbeer Manor, Willand, Cullompton EX15 2PE
Diggerland is The Ultimate Adventure UK Theme Park Experience where children and adults alike can ride, drive and operate REAL diggers, dumpers and other full- size construction machinery. Located in Kent, Devon, Durham and Yorkshire, Diggerland is the perfect destination for action, fun and thrill packed family days out.
Address: Blackawton, Dartmouth, TQ9 7DQ
Web: Occombe Farm
Address: Preston Down Road, Paignton, TQ3 1RN
Occombe Farm is a working farm in South Devon that is open to the public. There’s no charge to come and visit us and parking is free, so come and wander around the farm and explore our fantastic 2km nature trail, bustling with wildlife and beautiful views of the surrounding woodland.
Web: South Devon Railway
Address: South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, Devon, TQ11 0DZ
The multi-award winning South Devon Railway is one of Devon’s and the West Country’s best loved tourist attractions and is the longest established steam railway in the south west.
The SDR is a seven mile former Great Western Railway branch line, built in 1872, which runs along the stunning valley of the River Dart between Buckfastleigh and Totnes. We run steam trains with heritage rolling stock and offer a wonderful all day, all weather attraction for families and people of all ages.
Web: Pennywell Farm
Address: Lower Dean, Buckfastleigh, Devon, TQ11 0LT
Address: Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 3AF
Web: Sharpham Vineyard
Address: Sharpham Estate, Ashprington, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 7UT
Sharpham Vineyard is set in one of Devon’s most magical locations. The beautiful 550 acre estate is set on the bank of the River Dart, with 12,000 vines basking in the sun on the south facing slopes. A range of English red and white wines are produced, which consistently win awards at National and International level, including the UKVA Most Outstanding Wine 2010 for the Estate Selection. The Estate also has a herd of 80 Jersey cows that graze the grassland whose milk is used for a range of handmade soft cheeses. The cheese dairy has viewing windows so visitors can view the process. Sharpham Vineyard offers a range of tours, which include a scenic walk around the vineyard and along the river bank followed by a tasting of a selection of the wines and cheese.
Web: Powderham Castle
Address: Powderham, Kenton, Exeter, Devon, EX6 8JQ
A visit to Powderham Castle is an enchanting day out for all its visitors. Fascinating guided tours of this magnificent 600 year old Castle.
Visit the Walled Garden Play Area & Pets Corner, home to our friendly pets and adventure play castle, get close to the deer on a deer park safari (available daily in the school holidays) or simply take time to relax and enjoy the stunning views.
Web: Sea Kayak Devon
Address: Coronation Dinghy Park, Coombe Road, Dartmouth, TQ6 9PQ
Sea Kayak Devon offers guided kayak trips on the stunning coastline around Dartmouth. Highly qualified guides will take you to secluded sandy beaches, help you get up close to amazing wildlife, discover spectacular rocky islands, explore hidden coves and paddle through secret caves that are only accessible by kayak. Individuals, groups and families are all welcome and no experience is required. They use the very latest equipment to ensure that you are comfortable and their kayaks are stable and glide easily through the water. You can even take a big stable double kayak so children as young as 5 can join in the fun! Try a taster session or join them for a full day adventure and picnic in a beautiful spot away from the crowds. They also offer overnight trips where you can relax by a campfire and learn bush craft skills from your guide. For those looking to take their kayaking to the next level Sea Kayak Devon offer a range of more advanced courses.
Web: The Donkey Sanctuary
Address: Sidmouth, Devon EX10 0NU
Web: Salcombe Brewery
Address: Estuary View, Ledstone Cross, Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7 4BL
Salcombe Brewery Co. gladly welcomes visitors for tours and brew days. there is also a shop where you can buy the full range of hand-crafted, artisan beers, clothing and merchandise. Tours of the brewery offer visitors the chance to meet the brewers and learn about the process of brewing. Following the tour, there is the opportunity to sample the beers in the Taproom bar. Brewery tours are held on Thursdays, during high season, they take place weekly and during the winter, monthly. The tours are from 15:00 – 17:00.
Address: Start Point, Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7 2ET
Web: Paignton Zoo
Address: Totnes Road, Paignton, Devon, TQ4 7EU
Come and explore the big wild world at Paignton Zoo, the King of Zoos! Come rain or shine – Paignton Zoo is the perfect family day out that everyone will enjoy. One of Britain’s top zoo’s, Paignton Zoo is home to some of the planet’s rarest and most amazing animals. Discover all your favourites, including gorillas and orang-utans, giraffes, lions, tigers and rhinos, and some unusual animals too. A must-see is the Crocodile Swamp. Here, amid the lush tropical foliage and steamy atmosphere, you can come face-to-face with huge crocodiles plus large snakes, turtles and fish – enter if you dare! Then there’s Amphibian Ark, the Avian Breeding Centre and Monkey Heights.
Web: Dartmouth Castle
Address: Castle Road, Dartmouth, Devon, TQ6 0JN
One of the most picturesquely- sited fortresses in England. For over six hundred years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the narrow entrance to the Dart Estuary and the busy, vibrant port of Dartmouth. This fascinating complex of defences was begun in 1388 by John Hawley, privateering mayor of Dartmouth and the prototype of the flamboyant ‘Shipman’ in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. About a century later the townsmen added the imposing and well- preserved ‘gun tower’, probably the very first fortification in Britain purpose-built to mount ‘ship-sinking’ heavy cannon. Climb to the top for breathtaking views across the estuary and see how it could be blocked in wartime by a heavy chain. Unusually incorporating the fine church of St Petrox, the castle saw action during the Civil War, and continued in service right up until World War II. Successive up-dating included the Victorian ‘Old Battery’ with its remounted heavy guns, guardrooms and maze of passages to explore.