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The Edgemoor Hotel

A charming and historic base for exploring rugged Dartmoor and south Devon.


With its rolling, heather-clad hills, steep wooded valleys, tumbling rivers and dramatic coastal cliffs, Exmoor is often described as the hidden gem of the Westcountry. Nestled between Somerset and North Devon on the Bristol channel, the National Park covers 692 square kilometres. Red deer are the most famous mammal on Exmoor and, along with the … Continued


The third largest county in England and Reef & Rainforest’s beloved home turf, Devon is a surprisingly diverse corner of the South West with two stunning coastlines, two dramatic National Parks and a rural heartland with a wide range of wildlife-rich habitats. We welcome the chance to show you our patch. Along its northern border … Continued

Exploring South Devon for Active Families

This breathless itinerary is designed for families who want to experience the beauty of South Devon by land, river and sea. Enjoy a surf or stand up paddle board lesson from one of South Devon’s most beautiful beaches; kayak to tranquil, deserted coves from historic Dartmouth; spend a day exploring Dartmoor, climbing granite tors and … Continued

Syon House

An ideal base for beaver watching and exploring the beauty of East Devon.

The Manifold Highlights of Devon in Summer

This tour is designed to showcase the best of Devon’s wild places and their charismatic fauna, whilst also providing the opportunity to tailor a range of activities and excursions, all accompanied by experienced local guides. Beginning in East Devon, a definite highlight will be watching one of the many families of wild Eurasian beaver living … Continued

South Devon

Devon’s English Riviera and Torbay’s UNESCO Global Geopark are windows into the history of our planet. The Torbay area is particularly well known for its limestone cliffs and quarries which expose a geologically rich heritage including caves such as Kent’s cavern with its Pleistocene era bones. Along this scenic stretch of gentle coastline are many … Continued

Two Bridges Hotel

Located in the heart of Dartmoor National Park where the Cowsic and West Dart Rivers meet, the Two Bridges Hotel provides a perfect base to not only explore Dartmoor, but also both north and south Devon.

East Devon

An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the highlights of East Devon include the pebble bed heathlands, the spectacular Jurassic Coast, the wildlife rich River Otter catchment and a high number of veteran trees amongst its oak woodlands. The River Otter flows from the Blackdown Hills to the South Coast at Budleigh Salterton and is home … Continued

Moorland Hotel Haytor

The perfect base for exploring the wilds of Dartmoor and south Devon.

Coombeshead Rewilding Reserve

One of the UK’s most exciting and inspiring rewilding projects, offering superb wildlife photography.


Steeped in ancient history, Dartmoor became one of Britain’s first National Parks in 1951 and is well known for the rugged beauty of its moorland, heathland, mire and oak woodlands. The National Park itself covers an area of 368 square miles and ranges in altitude from near sea level to 621 metres above sea level … Continued

Beaver Tourism and a Wilder Future for Devon

The last rays of the sun are illuminating the riverbank willows, the flashing blue of a kingfisher whizzes past and seconds later a large mullet leaps clean out of the water, breaking the silence with the splash of its re-entry. Such a scene is familiar to many English rivers, but in this instance I am … Continued


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