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Best things to do in Braunton

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Cafe
“Its one of the best of a lot of very good cafes in the area, another great view and you can hire bikes here to go on to the Traka trail which runs for miles in either direction, or you can just walk. Dog friendly”
4 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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“Main supermarket in the village - 5 mins drive away . Open everyday until late (except Sundays). Gets very busy on Sundays in the summer. Also has cashpoints outside as there are no banks in the village.”
5 locals recommend
Golf Course
“If you are a keen golfer, book a round at the championship Saunton golf club. A great golf course with amazing views across the dunes towards the beach.”
9 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“All you'll ever need for food - freshly roasted chickens, croissants and your pint of milk.”
5 locals recommend
Cafe
“Local café that offers breakfast and lunches as well as healthy juices. Approx. 10 minutes walk away. Great for a breakfast with a difference and a nice cuppa.”
7 locals recommend
Bar
“You’ll find us in the picture perfect village of Croyde – think glorious sandy beaches, great surf, endless coastal and countryside walks and of course, all the character that Devon villages are renowned for. The pub itself is the original in Croyde and is a 16th century former coaching inn, where the old coach house still stands. After a day enjoying everything the area has to offer pop in for a locally brewed pint or a fantastic meal. Our freshly prepared, locally sourced menu & specials board is available every day, from local fish, meats & vegetables to simple sandwiches. We also have a popular children’s menu, keeping the whole family happy. We have a large restaurant & conservatory overlooking our sunny courtyard where you can relax with an afternoon drink whilst the kids play area can bring hours of entertainment. Our spacious bar has a wide range of local ales, ciders and beers along with an extensive wine list. We show all major sporting events via Sky & BT Sport on our large screens as well as regular live music, pool table, darts and skittles.”
6 locals recommend
Bar
“Great gastro restaurant - fabulous food. They are also open throughout the day. This is one of our favourites for a nice meal as a couple. Situated in the village - its about a 7 minute walk away. Check opening times and recommend you book in advance for dinner.”
5 locals recommend
Bar
“Fabulous thatched pub on the outskirts of the village - approx. 15-20 mins walk from us. They offer great gastro pub food and one of the best carveries in the area. You will definitely need to book as it is very popular all year round.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Great for a walk short or long on a very sandy beach with views across the estuary or even a pick nick”
5 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Book a jump session and experience 8 adrenaline filled activities, freestyle across a sea of wall to wall interconnected trampolines and bounce high to the latest tunes, Practice your tricks all with a super soft landing in our airbag. Perfect your flips on our dual tumble tracks. Gymnasts will enjoy the thrill of our full size olympic style performance trampolines. So if your looking for things to do in North Devon then head on over for a fun filled jump session”
3 locals recommend
Establishment
“Run from a big blue double decker bus in Down End Car Park, looking over Croyde Bay we run comprehensive Surf & SUP lessons for all ages and abilities.”
3 locals recommend
Electronics Store
1 local recommends
Store
“few minutes walk and has most things you need as well as local eggs and black pudding (because its all about a big breakfast)”
2 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“This is a new addition to the village of Braunton and is a fantastic museum capturing the history of British Surfing, with a wonderful collection of boards on display. It is the national registered charity established to preserve our surfing heritage, celebrate current achievements and help to shape the future of surfing in Great Britain. There are exciting new exhibitions every year exploring different themes in surfing culture, both past & present. ”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Hire a bicycle and explore the Tarka Trail. Stunning views along the estuary towards Barnstaple and beyond to Instow and Bideford. Flat, and safe, no cars, lots of places to stop for picnics or to buy food and drink. Used to be a railway line.”
3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Large flat and easily accessible beach.The car park has hourly meter charges paid for at the end of your visit. There is a cafe and shop, also a restaurant with a sun deck for moules & chips and a cold glass of rose wine. It’s possible to walk from Seabea along the coastal path and takes about 45 minutes. ”
3 locals recommend