Explore, Discover & Enjoy Exeter with Curious About Exeter
Are you curious about Exeter? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme – looping around the better-known sights, as well as some of the more unusual and quirky ones, which combined make Exeter a fascinating place to explore!
It's much quieter in and around the North Devon coastline during the autumn and winter months, into early spring. The roads, beaches, surf, golf courses, paths, trails and pubs are quieter. The heat, lush green and, at the same time, sun washed colours of summer have been replaced by the cool, moody tones and crisp colours of autumn and winter. It's a great time to visit North Devon with your dog.
A Devon hotel is celebrating having received national recognition for the quality of its ‘dog friendly’ accommodation.
Elizabeth and Steve Morey own the award-winning Blagdon Manor restaurant and hotel near Ashwater and have been welcoming dog owners from across the country for 15 years.
The hotel has been awarded a ‘certificate of excellence’ for its positive reviews on the world’s largest travel site, Trip Advisor and also named in the Independent and London Evening Standard as one of the ‘Top ten dog friendly hotels in the UK’.
The race is on to find the most dog-friendly business from the South West in the Kennel Club’s Be Dog Friendly awards 2014.
With only a month to go before the deadline for nominations, which close on 10th October, there is still time to shout about the places you like to eat, drink, stay, visit, shop and camp with your dog, as well as your favourite towns, beaches and places on the high street.