You'll be spoilt for choice
Things To See and Do
There really is no end of things to do in the local area. No matter if you’re looking for a little fun and sun at the beach, a blitz on the bikes surrounded by glorious Devonshire countryside, or a day out with the kids, you’re going to be totally spoilt for choice! We can help you to make the most of these by providing you with an extensive ‘We love East Devon – guide of things to do whilst at Mazzard Farm’, compiled for, and with the help of, our guests. This guide will provide you with a great insight in how to most enjoy your time here, without having to wade through endless heaps of folders, leaflets and the like, wasting valuable holiday time. Just drop us a mail if you'd like to receive one in your inbox.
Stating that there is no shortage of things to do here in beautiful East Devon is an understatement! Within a 10 – 25 minute radius there are attractions, towns, villages, beaches, walks, bike-rides, places to eat and drink; I could go on.
Mazzard Farm is situated on East Hill, which is not only an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), but also links Mazzard Farm with the Jurassic Coast at Sidmouth, which covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth’s history.
Just 30 minutes drive away from Mazzard Farm, the beautiful National Park of Dartmoor opens up. Bursting with beauty and character, rugged, and offering a fantastic backdrop to walks you will remember for many years to come. Dartmoor is hugely varied. Possibly best known for its Tors, as well as the ‘wild’ ponies, sheep and cattle roaming the moors, yet the area offers so much more.
Mazzard Farm is blessed with being surrounded by a good number of National Trust and English Heritage properties. So if you are members, all the more reason to come and stay with us (and don’t forget to bring your membership passes), or if you travel from abroad, order a week or two week membership pass direct from the National Trust or English Heritage websites.
We have produced a very useful and popular, 30-page, Guide to the Area, full of ideas of things to do, places to visit, eat and drink, etc., which we e-mail to everyone enquiring about, or booking, a stay at Mazzard Farm.
We would be delighted to e-mail you a copy! Just drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll mail you one in return.