This fascinating, historic fishing village is a unique destination, which was once owned by the Queen of England. With a pedestrian-only, cobbled street leading down past pretty cottages to a charming fishing harbour and 14th century quay, Clovelly enjoys stunning views out to sea.
Where is Clovelly (Village) located?
Clovelly is situated on the North West coast of Devon, between Bideford and Bude, with easy access from the A39.
Details on what activities are available at Clovelly (Village)?
Visitors can take in a film about the history of the village, explore silk and pottery workshops, and discover the Charles Kingsley Museum and the Fisherman's Cottage Museum. There are two friendly inns in Clovelly, as well as the charming Clovelly Court Gardens, and the famous Clovelly donkeys.
Things to do in the local area?
Visitors to Clovelly can also enjoy a boat trip to Lundy, home to thousands of puffins. Other notable attractions in the area include Hartland Abbey, with its stunning gardens, Hartland Quay, with spectacular cliffs, and Docton Mill Gardens, with gentle wildflower gardens and an excellent tea room.