Hartland Quay

The spectacular cliffs at Hartland Quay with their incredibly contorted rock layers are always worth a visit and at low tide there is plenty of sand, rock pools and rocks to scramble over.  In wild weather it is the perfect place to appreciate the power of the sea and wind as the waves crash against the cliffs and shore.

With access to the South West Coast Path both North and South from the Quay, it makes an ideal start/finish point for a wide variety of walks and the Hartland Quay Hotel provides a warm, family welcome, ensuite rooms, the Wreckers Retreat Bar for fabulous local food and drink (including fish straight from the sea) and the Hartland Quay Museum which covers the history and legends of the quay, customs houses, shipwrecks and smuggling activity.

Hartland Quay photograph courtesy of Bob Seymour

Hartland Quay Looking East
Hartland Quay Hotel, courtesy of Hartland Quay Hotel, Hartland, North Devon
Hartland Quay beach, courtesy of Hartland Quay Hotel, Hartland, North Devon


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