All Places to Visit

  • Dumpdon Hill Fort

    An impressive Iron Age hill fort, Dumpdon sits on one of the largest and most striking hills in the beautiful Otter Valley near Honiton is managed by the National Trust. Views across Devon. The climb up to the fort is well worth the effort and offers fantastic views of the Read more [...]

  • Culmtsock Beacon

    This stone hut stands 250m above sea level, close to a triangulation pillar and on the edge of the Blackdown Hills between Culmstock and Culm Davy. It partially enclosed a pole-beacon which was a communications signal ready for use when the Spanish Armada was sighted in the English Channel in Read more [...]

  • Wellington Monument

    A striking landmark on the edge of the Blackdown Hills managed by the National Trust. The Wellington Monument stands as a tribute to the Duke of Wellington and his victory at the Battle of Waterloo. Its prominent location on top of Wellington Hill, on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, Read more [...]

  • Kings Cycles Ltd

    Kings Cycles is a well established family cycle centre with over 50 years experience. They sell a fast range of products from second hand bikes to top of the range athletic bikes.  What ever you are looking for chances are they have it.  Their stores in Wellington and Taunton have full Read more [...]

  • Woodhayes Farm

    Woodhayes farm is located in a quiet setting with uninterrupted views of the surrounding Blackdown Hills AONB, yet within easy reach of the main A30 artery through the South West and Honiton, our nearest town. The farm has been in the Page-Turner family’s care since 1960, when Noel and Christy Read more [...]