Things to see and do - Clovelly
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Clovelly Travel guide
Clovelly : Michelin's recommendations
The best introduction to this picturesque village can be found at the Visitor Centre, where a short audio-visual presentation outlines the history of this fishing community and its preservation. The High Street, (known as Down-a-long or Up-a-long depending on direction of travel) is bordered by flower-decked whitewashed houses. Below, the little 14C port of Quay Pool is sheltered from the sea by a curving breakwater that provides a fine view from Lundy to Baggy Point.
Tourist attractions Clovelly : Things to see and do
With its round, sloping pavements arranged in stairs, High Street is known as Down-a-long or Up-a-long, depending on the direction you go in. It is lined with little 18-19C whitewashed houses decorated with flowers. Donkey remains the favoured method..
At the bottom of High Street, Quay Pool is a little 14C port, protected from the sea by a curved wall that gives a fine view from the Isle of Lundy to Baggy Point. Stone cottages, houses with balconies, the old port oven and the inn stand by the pebb..
On the outside of the village, the square and bare church tower in the centre of a shaded cemetery stands in three blocks crowned by crenelles. The Perpendicular style building includes some interesting monuments (coppers from 16C, epitaphs from 17C,..
The Quay GB - Clovelly EX39 5TF
Set in a charming fishing village, The Red Lion Hotel has free Wi-Fi and en suite bedrooms with striking sea or harbour views. There is free private parking. With bay views, The Red Lion’s restaurant serves fish which is caught each day. Fresh, loca..