Hartland Tourist Information Hub

Located at the White Hare Gallery~Studio on Hartland’s Square, the tourist information hub provides a friendly, informative welcome for all visitors to the area. Drop in to learn more about the area, find the best places to visit, pick up local leaflets, walking routes and discover the latest events programme.

There's plenty of free parking in front of St John's Church and in the main Hartland Square car park. We should point out that the Hub is not part of the official network of tourist information centres and therefore you can't buy transport tickets or book-a-bed-ahead, but instead is an informal, insightful and friendly tourist information point.

 

Situated on the westerly coast of North Devon, the Hartland Peninsula is well worth exploring, with miles of inspiring clifftop walks, secluded beaches and marine wildlife to take in. If you’re away with the family, kids will love Hartland Point for its hidden lighthouse, zig-zag rock formations and legends of the many shipwrecks in the water below, whilst Hartland Quay offers dramatic coastline, bold geology and panoramas from Lundy Island to Cornwall. If it’s culture you’re after, Hartland Abbey boasts a fascinating historic family home (a former Augustinian monastery), whilst the award-winning gardens at Docton Mill offer a journey through several lovingly restored landscapes, and a highly acclaimed cream tea!

67 The Square
Hartland
Devon
EX39 6BL
01237 441916

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URL: http://www.hartlandpeninsula.co.uk

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Hartland Tourist Information Hub

67 The Square
Clovelly
Devon
EX39 6BL
01237 441916

There's plenty of free parking in front of St John's Church and in the main Hartland Square car park. We should point out that the Hub is not part of the official network of tourist information centres and therefore you can't buy transport tickets or book-a-bed-ahead, but instead is an informal, insightful and friendly tourist information point.

 

Situated on the westerly coast of North Devon, the Hartland Peninsula is well worth exploring, with miles of inspiring clifftop walks, secluded beaches and marine wildlife to take in. If you’re away with the family, kids will love Hartland Point for its hidden lighthouse, zig-zag rock formations and legends of the many shipwrecks in the water below, whilst Hartland Quay offers dramatic coastline, bold geology and panoramas from Lundy Island to Cornwall. If it’s culture you’re after, Hartland Abbey boasts a fascinating historic family home (a former Augustinian monastery), whilst the award-winning gardens at Docton Mill offer a journey through several lovingly restored landscapes, and a highly acclaimed cream tea!

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