May saw us travel to North Devon for a 2-day trip to visit Clovelly a quintessential fishing village with a steep cobbled road lined with beautiful cottages
We arrived on Friday night and set up camp at Stoke Barton Farm campsite which was very reasonable, that night the wind and rain howl through the site so the roof top tent was abandoned and a night inside Kitty was the result.
On waking in the morning the weather had improved bacon butties for breakfast we showered packed up camp and set off for Clovelly.
Arriving at Clovelly we parked up and headed for the visitors center, basically, you park and in the visitor centre, you pay an entrance fee to the village which incorporates the parking fee.
After a look around the shop which is quite extensive and has a cafe as well, we headed out for the walk down the cobbled hill that I would advice sensible walking shoes.
The walk down is hard work and in the back of your mind, the little voice says” but you have to walk back up” but don’t let this put you off as you can use the Land Rover shuttle service that uses a service road to get up and down the hill.
When you arrive at the Harbour your breath will be taken away, it is stunning the colour of the sea etc it is picture postcard
If you are in the North Devon area we can assure you put Clovelly high on list of places to visit it is a stunning place and a friendly environment, for more information click this link “Clovelly”
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