Yeo's Farm

Dunchideock, EX2 Polehouse Line, Exeter, EX2 9UJ, United Kingdom
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Four days in East Devon

by jonathanbarker

Hello and happy New Year, I will be staying in Devon in middle January, arriving on the 15th, I am planning to meet a VT member in Exeter for a drink on the 15th (evening).

My other plans are to visit Exmouth (I will probably be staying with my sister) and Barnstaple, a place I know little about execept it's the country town of North Devon. If the South Devon Railway is running from Totnes to Buckfastleigh is running I may go there on the 16th.

Can anyone advise me of a good eating place in Barnstaple please. It is always nice meeting VT people.

Please see the meeting page

Jonathan Barker

Re: Four days in East Devon

by zuriga

I can't vouch for it personally, but the very handy 'Good Food Guide,' a UK favourite for meals, recommends the following restaurant in Barnstaple... James Duckett at the Old Customs House. It sounds OK and is probably a good choice for that city.

Re: Four days in East Devon

by cubsur

Sorry but the South Devon Railway will not be operating in mid-January if the 2010 timetable is any indication

http://www.southdevonrailway.org/Timetable-2k10.html

Re: Four days in East Devon

by crazyman2

If you're travelling from Exeter to Exmouth, why not stop off for lunch at Burgh Island. It's a wonderful place, even in the Winter, with the famous Burgh Island Hotel (decorated in Art Deco style) and also a terrific little pub near the hotel.
It's not a huge island! But the experience is superb! Take your camera and binoculars!
The island is tidal and so the causeway is underwater for some of the time. However, there is a sea tractor which will ferry you back and forth! You could go there with your sister as a treat...

There are lots of photos and more info. on my VT travel pages and other people have written great things on their pages.

Travel Tips for Exeter

Slap-bang In The Middle Of The City Centre!!

by johngayton

Parliament Street in Exeter is officially (according the The Guiness Book of Records) the world's narrowest street and yet until yesterday I never even knew it was there! The street itself measures 25" at The High Street end (sandwiched between Nickleby's and Dr China)widening to 45" where it joins Waterbeer Street and by all accounts was originally called Small Lane before being renamed in a derisory fashion by The City Chambers after the passing of the 1832 reform bill.

So here it us under "Off The Beaten Path" as it is a place I must have passed thousands of times over the years and this is the first time I've actually noticed it!

Exeter Cathedral

by Fen

Exeter Cathedral Without a doubt the jewel in the town's crown is the Norman Cathedral and the surrounding Cathedral Close lined with fine Georgian and Medieval Houses. One of these houses is dated 1596 and in the eighteenth century was a popular meeting place for coffee drinking. Begun in the early 12th Century. Inside the Cathedral has a most impressive vaulted ceiling. Medieval stained glass and carved tombs.

THE RIVER EXE

by cazz38

The River Exe is a lovely walk,it leads right down to the Quay with lots of places to eat and drink ,there is some lovely little shops and you can hire bikes or even canoes to go on the river,well worth a visit.

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