Well, February is here and no snow yet!

What I do see is daffodils, snowdrops and wonderful signs that Spring is in the air. The birds are singing and the days are getting longer.

We are so blessed here in North Devon that we are only a short drive away from two amazing and beautiful moors, Exmoor and Dartmoor and we are only a stones throw from vast, golden and safe beaches. We can walk or cycle along the Tarka trail, which is steeped in history, visit quaint and local villages and we can eat and drink in country pubs with roaring fires and home cooked food.

Tarka Trail

North Devon really does have something for everyone, from bustling family attractions, quiet secluded walks and so much more. It has beautiful places to stay with warm welcomes that make memories to treasure forever. When you stay on one of our many farms you could learn more about farming life with hands on experience, maybe watch lambing or collect eggs. You could watch how we prepare for the changing seasons from planting crops to silaging and harvesting. Our friendly farming families are always happy to talk and share knowledge if you would like to know.

Harvesting at Week Farm near Torrington.

Devon is exhilarating in the wind and rain, soothing in the summer sun and gloriously colourful in autumn. Whatever the time of year you will never be disappointed and you will always find plenty to see and do. Make us the place to visit this year and you will want to come back again, even if it is just to see if next time the scones taste better with the jam on the bottom!

For more information on places to stay please visit north-devon-farm-holidays.co.uk

Who NOSE what you will discover when you visit North Devon.

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