25 October 2019


Welcome to my little Devon trip photo-diary! There are many photos here, plus a vlog right at the very bottom if you want to see more of this beautiful place!

We stayed at a little place called 'Start Bay Lookout', right on the cliff edge, by the village of Hallsands, which was sadly taken by the sea in the early 1900's. Hallsands was said to have been founded in the 1600's, but it wasn't until the late 1800's that it had built up into a thriving fishing village, with over 35 houses, a pub and a family-run fishing industry. The lookout point, right by the apartment that we stayed in, has a full timeline of events, telling the story of the village through to its destruction in the 1900's. When you stand on the lookout point, you get to witness the full scale of what occurred and are swiftly reminded at the power of the ocean. Head to my vlog below to see the view from the lookout.

I hope you enjoy these pictures, let me know in the comments if you have visited any of these places!

^^ Start Bay Lookout is a cute, seaside- themed apartment, full of sweet little trinkets ^^

^^ The coast path just outside the apartment, led down to this shingle beach ^^
^^ Seeing the rolling hills right by the sea was breathtaking ^^

^^ Our first full day was spent exploring Dartmouth ^^
^^ Dartmouth Castle ^^
^^ The pretty church at Dartmouth Castle ^^
^^ The castle-top views were pretty special ^^
^^ Walking the coast-path from the apartment to the lighthouse ^^
^^ Start Point Lighthouse ^^
^^ Overbecks, National Trust ^^
^^ This place has to be one of my most favourite National Trust house/gardens by far ^^

^^ How beautiful are the gardens here? ^^

^^ Rain coming in, but adding such beautiful contrast to the colours here ^^

^^ Hope Cove ^^

^^ Greenway, Agatha Christies holiday home - National Trust ^^

^^ The woodlands here were incredible ^^
^^ The hubby, wrapped up for an Antartic adventure as always! ^^


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