DOLTON

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MAP DOLTON AREA
GENUKI DOLTON
STREET MAP
BIRDS EYE VIEW
VILLAGE WEB SITE
RAMS HEAD INN
THE UNION INN
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HISTORICAL IMAGES
HALSDON NATURE RESERVE
NORTH DEVON GALLERY
NORTH DEVON EVENTS

A medium size village, ever expanding with new houses being built. Dolton is located between the villages of Beaford, Winkleigh and Merton.

The village has many things to offer, including a grocery shop and electrical shop.
The Village Hall is used nearly every day, for many of the local organisations.

There are three Public Houses, all supplying good food & drink.
A daily bus service a few times a day into Barnstaple & Exeter and back.

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Ham Farm Holiday Cottages

Ham Farm has been in our family for generations. We think it offers a unique opportunity to experience natural Devon at it's unspoiled best. Idyllically set in the peace and tranquillity of the countryside (over half a mile away from, and out of view of, the nearest road) just a short drive from North Devon's spectacular coastline.

Surrounded by five acres of landscaped gardens and grounds with a further 100 acres of pasture and woodland to enjoy - it is an island of undisturbed peace, rich in wildlife and offering a variety of interesting walks: space to breathe, relax and forget the rush of modern living. Yet in less than one hour's drive you can find plenty of interesting places to visit and many varied activities.

GOOGLE STREET VIEW - DOLTON
Dolton
Bed and Breakfast
Dolton lies between Great Torrington and Winkleigh, off the A3124 and is a friendly, welcoming village with a village store and post office as well as 3 public houses all serving food. We are 10 minutes from RHS Rosemoor gardens, 15 minutes from the civil war town of Torrington and just 1 mile from Halsdon Nature reserve. This offers the opportunity for a ramble on the Tarka Trail and easy access to North Devon's many attractions.
Dolton
Situated in the heart of the popular village of Dolton and surrounded by beautiful countryside. Mead Cottage dates back to 1646, along with inglenook fireplaces and a log burning stove and offers friendly, affordable and comfortable Bed and Breakfast accommodation

Tockley farm - the end of an era?

a short digital story about Tockley Farm, North Devon;
completed as part of the Dimension 10 interactive media training scheme

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