Why Autumn is the best time to book a trip to North Devon

There’s so much to celebrate in this beautiful corner of Great Britain, and Autumn is the best time to visit.. from rutting red deer, to beautiful autumn colours, to quieter popular tourist spots, to the clear night Exmoor skies.. even the autumn sunsets can be unbeatable.. read on to find our why you need to add Exmoor and North Devon to your bucket list this off season.. 


1. Stunning natural beauty

North Devon is known for its picturesque landscapes, rugged coastline, and beautiful countryside. During autumn, the region is transformed by vibrant colors as the leaves change, creating a stunning backdrop for outdoor activities and scenic walks.

2. Mild weather

Autumn in North Devon typically offers mild and pleasant weather, making it an ideal time to explore the outdoors. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy activities such as hiking, cycling, or simply strolling along the beaches without the crowds of the summer season.


3. Wildlife Spotting

Autumn is a fantastic time to observe wildlife in North Devon. The region is home to diverse habitats, including moorland, woodlands, and coastal areas, which attract a wide range of animals and birds. You may have the chance to spot deer, seals, otters, and a variety of bird species.



4. Peace and tranquility

Compared to the busy summer months, autumn in North Devon tends to be quieter and less crowded. This means you can enjoy a more peaceful and relaxed holiday experience, with less traffic, shorter queues, and more space to yourself.



5. Local events and festivals

North Devon hosts various events and festivals during the autumn season, showcasing the region’s culture, food, and traditions. From food and drink festivals to art exhibitions and live music performances, there’s always something happening to keep you entertained.


6. Delicious local produce

Autumn is harvest time in North Devon, and you can indulge in the region’s delicious local produce. Visit farm shops, markets, and restaurants to savor fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and other culinary delights.


7. Historical and cultural attractions 

North Devon is rich in history and heritage, with fascinating attractions such as castles, museums, and ancient sites. Exploring these landmarks during the autumn months allows you to learn more about the region’s past and immerse yourself in its unique culture.


Autumn Accommodation in Exmoor National Park..

Overall, an autumn holiday in North Devon offers a combination of natural beauty, mild weather, wildlife, tranquility, local events, and cultural attractions, making it an excellent choice for a relaxing and enjoyable getaway, discover all late availability below..

A little tip: Don’t forget to add 10% off all Autumn stays when you quote AUTUMN10 across any direct booking at Lynmouth Holiday Retreat. 


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