Guide Books

Devons Churches


John Lane and Harland Walshaw

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'Devon is the premier league of English churches and this guide is a superlative vade mecum to their delights'

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Harriet Bridle

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A Dozen Dramatic Walks in Devon


James Clancy and Simone Stanbrook-Byrne

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This beautifully-photographed book will appeal as much to those who live in and love Devon as to those visiting the region.
The twelve circular routes incorporate some of Devon's most stunning scenery. They are for walkers who like drama, amazing views and a sense of accomplishment at the end of the day. Taking in some of Devon's most beautiful landscapes, this guide is primarily aimed at those who don1t mind putting a little effort into their day's walking. However, options on shorter or easier routes are given where practical for those who prefer less of a challenge.
Encompassing the best of what Devon has to offer, this book introduces the walker to glorious coastline, expansive moorland and deep gorges. as well as gentle. picturesque river valleys and idyllic villages.
More than just a walking guide, each route includes details of local watering holes for refreshment, places to stay and nearby places of interest. Historic notes, authors t tips and pointers on natural history are also included.
A Dozen Dramatic Walks in Devon will also appeal to photographers who are sure to find plenty of subject matter along these fabulous routes.

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Brian Pearce

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The Pevensey National Park series of guide books celebrate the beauty and diversity of our National Parks through stunning photographs and evocative and authoritative text from an acknowledged experts on each Park.
For this book about The Exmoor National Park the author and photographer is Brian Pearce who was born in North Devon , his university research investigated Exmoor’s Ice Age geography and development of its moorland vegetation.
His photographs have appeared widely in countryside publications and reflects an intimate knowledge of the subject, revealing the real Exmoor.
The Pevensey series has the official endorsement and backing of the individual National Park, and the association of the National Park Authorities.
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David Beazley

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Exmoor is the ‘friendly’ moor, and although there are spectacular views to be obtained from the beaten track, the moors most attractive moods are saved for those who venture a little way from the roads, either on foot or on horseback. The aim of this guidebook is to tempt you to leave your car for between one and four hours or to take one of the local bus services, to sample the peace and natural beauty which the National Park is endeavouring to preserve. The thirty walks are all circular and vary from 2 to 8 miles in length.

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Lynton and Lynmouth


Colin Croxford

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Concise, comprehensive, colourful and cheap! (This is a revised edition published by the tourist office)

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Robert Hesketh

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Fourteen circular walks, typically 6-8 km (4-5miles) in length and likely to occupy a morning or an afternoon.  This book includes the whole of the North Coast from Exmoor to Hartland. Many of the walks combine a section of North Devon's wonderful and varied coastline with an inland return leg.  The author lives in Devon and is a regular contributor to Devon Life and Country Walking.

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South West Coast Path 2015



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This book provides a complete guide to the South West Coast Path which runs from Minehead to Land's End and then on to Poole Harbour. The path is divided into convenient sections, to suit either the day rambler or the long-distance walker, and details are given of any difficulties that may be encountered in route finding. As well as a comprehensive list of B&B's, there are details of Campsites, Youth Hostels, Ferries, Tide Tables, Trains and Buses. No South West Coast Path walker should plan or set off walking without it.

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