There are plenty of things to do in the local area of North Devon while staying at Pack o' Cards. Below are a few suggestions of the things you could do while staying at our accommodation.
Hiking & Running
The South West Coast Path
The South West Coast Path runs along the coasts of Devon and Cornwall and is England's longest, waymarked, long distance footpath. It is the perfect place for you to go running or hiking for short or long distances.
The highest cliff on the South West Coast Path and one worth climbing. It will take approximately one hour from Combe Martin to reach the summit travelling through the beautiful Devonshire countryside. Once at the top you'll be treated to some breathtaking views of Combe Martin, the coast, and surrounding areas.
Some traffic-free cycle routes in North Devon.
The Tarka Trail
A flat, family friendly, trail that runs from Braunton to Meeth. There are many cafes and restaurants along the 32 mile cycle trail along with scenic views and countryside. The Tarka Trail is perfect for casual cyclers and more serious cyclers alike.
The Granite Way runs from Okehampton to Lydford. It's an 11 mile Cycle and walking route that runs along a disused railway line. It's a mostly flat trail with beautiful scenic views of Dartmoor.
Great Western Canal
This cycle route runs alongside The Great Western Canal from Tiverton to Holcombe Rogus. It's an 11 mile cycle route alongside a canal that boasts a horse drawn barge.
There are many beaches in the local area of North Devon for you to enjoy. Some of the most popular beaches include:
There are also beaches in Combe Martin and Ilfracombe so you have a wealth of choice within the area whatever reason you're looking to go to the beach - Surfing, Watersports, to sunbathe, walks, etc.
If you're looking to go to the cinema the two largest cinemas in the local area to Pack o' Cards are
The Embassy Ilfracombe cinema - a 3 Screen cinema
Scott's Cinemas in Barnstaple - a 4 Screen cinema.
There is also a small cinema in Lynton which isn't far from us and is highly regarded.