Has much to offer. . . both beautiful scenery and superb facilities, plus an equable climate to make a perfect venue.
The coast is one of contrasts, from sandy beaches to towering limestone cliffs which provide excellent rock climbing at all grades. Inland, Dartmoor furnishes a wilderness which has an untamed, unique appeal, and dotted all over the area are numerous granite tors, many of which are useful for climbing and abseiling activities.
The moorland tracts provide classical backpacking country, rivers and streams flow in profusion from the moors down typically steep sided, wooded valleys, offering some of the most eye catching countryside in England. As an area catering largely for the tourist population, all the coastal towns are easily accessible and provide a wide range of entertainments including many which are suitable for group or family visits.
Is centrally situated within easy reach of any part of Devon. It has many historical connections and even boasts it's own stately home which is open to the public. Lying beside the River Teign it is at the lower end of the beautiful Teign Valley. Just off the main A38 dual carriageway, Chudleigh is about ten miles west of Exeter. There are bus services to Newton Abbot, Exeter, Plymouth. Main line railways stations are only ten and six miles distant at Exeter and Newton Abbot respectively.
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