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Explore 450 acres of Cockington Court Park with a mixture of formal gardens landscape and parkland, countryside views. Take a horse and carriage ride through the village to Torbay sea front. Plenty of things to see and do for all the family. Visit www.cockingtoncourt.org.uk
Cockington is a pretty, thatched cottage village, surrounded by the picturesque Cockington Country Park. What's more, the Country Park is free to enter and explore all 450 acres, the picture postcard village itself and the Cockington Court Craft Studios.
It has lovely walks, lakes, woods, open spaces, to relax or play and a tea shop, plus a craft centre with an amazing range of hand made items.
Cockington Village and Cockington Court are great for family day's out. Cockington Court offers crafts and shops, as well as a tea room.
The parkland around Cockington is wonderful all year round even in the depths of winter. It is an ideal place to take a dog for a good bit of exercise. Nearby is a pub as well as a number of tea rooms and cafes. We really like Weavers Yard in Cockington.
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“A footpath takes you down to the end of Hope's Nose and although it is a bit of a trek back up it is worth it. Just beyond Hope' Nose lies The Orestone near which a ship was moored containing the captive Napoleon Bonaparte; he became one of Torquay's first major tourist attractions. Hope's Nose is also home to gold deposits although they were considered too small for commercial extraction.... and the area is home to pygmy goats who help to keep the vegetation in check.”
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“A professional venue that is renowned for wowing audiences with their highly acclaimed variety shows.”
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“Slighly pricy and aimed at the Rich and trendy. The road down is a bit tortuous and we wouldn't advise taking your car in summer although there is a small car park. You can walk down through Walls Hill or down the road, but take care, it's very steep and very narrow in places. However, it's probably well worth the effort. We only go in winter when it's quiet. You can also walk along to Oddicombe beach from here and tale the cliff railway back up the steep cliff route. ”
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