Furzebray lakes are set on the
outskirts of South Molton a historic market town nestled
in the rolling hills of North Devon, and is known as the
gateway to Exmoor National Park.
North Devon hosts a large amount of
quality attractions for people staying here to visit. From
Furzebray lakes you have easy access to Exmoor and the
simply stunning sandy beaches of Saunton, Croyde,
Woolacombe, and Westward Ho!
The steep dramatic coastline of North
Devon is home to many picturesque villages and towns
including Porlock, Lynton and Lynmouth with there
connecting cliff railway, the unique Clovelly village,
Ilfracombe with its fishing harbour, and Watermouth and
its castle to name but a few. There is also a host of
National Trust properties and gardens to visit along with
the beautiful gardens at RHS Rosemoor and Marwood Hill.
The largest town in the area is Barnstaple which offers a
theatre, cinema, clubs, shops and some excellent
restaurants such as 62 The Bank, Lilicos (Tapes), Prezzo
(Italian), The Mogal (Indian) are just a few of the many
restaurants in this historic market town. Other
restaurants that are local to Furzebray Lakes include the
award winning Michelin star Masons Arms at Knowstone,
taste of the west award winning Grove Inn at Kingsnympton,
Stumbles Restaurant and The Old Coaching Inn which are
both in South Molton a 10 minute walk from Furzebray lakes
along with many takeaways and coffee shops.
For the children and Family days out
there are many great attractions in Devon including, The
Big Sheep, The Milky Way, Quince Honey Farm, Exmoor Zoo,
Creely Adventure Park, Paignton zoo, and the Sea Life
Centre in Torquay are just a few of them.