Clovelly, North Devon. Open all year except Christmas. Admission charge.
No vehicles permitted on the steep cobbled streets, parking available at the visitor centre.
The visitor centre and Clovelly Court Gardens are accessible by wheelchair, however the High Street is not.
Land Rover trips to the harbour are available for a small charge.
Disability toilets available at visitor centre and Court Gardens
"Please note that the High Street in Clovelly is steep and can be slippery – so do wear sensible footwear. The street is not suitable for wheelchairs, however the Visitor Centre, donkey stables, craft workshops and Mount Pleasant are all wheelchair accessible and make an enjoyable outing in themselves. Dogs are welcome on leads."
A picturesque Devon village with steep cobbled streets, leading down to the quayside and scenic views. It has been privately owned since the Elizabethan days.
Donkey stables; Visitor Centre with café/restaurant, 2 museums, tearooms, shops and craft workshops in the village.
All year except Christmas
Summer: 9am - 6pm
Admission Prices https://www.clovelly.co.uk/tickets/
"Your entrance fee includes:
• Entry to the village
• Entry to Clovelly Court Gardens
• Entry to the Fisherman’s Cottage and Kingsley Museum
• Audio-visual experience
• General Facilities
• Great access to the walks and picnic spots surrounding the area"
Clovelly, Nr Bideford, North Devon, EX39 5TA
Clovelly is situated just off A39, 10 miles west of Bideford. Exit M5 at junction 27
Buses run from Bideford and Barnstaple to Clovelly.