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Another good one. Walkingworld has huge library of guides with a good selection of walks, of varying lengths and grades, pretty well anywhere in the UK. The walks come in an excellent format making them very easy to follow, with photographs to illustrate every important decision point and a proper Ordnance Survey map.

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Camping and Caravaning

The Old Rectory Caravan & Camping Park

The Old Rectory, Gulworthy, Tavistock PL19 8JA, UK – 01822 481731

Amazing place to stay really enjoyed every moment and will definately return. Set in the heart of the tamar valley means that there is plenty to do for all the family. Lovely walks and views around. The campsite has lovely pitches some of which are private meaning they are hedged all the way around. Others are just standard pitches but very well kept. The showers and toilet facilities are a little disappointing with only 2 showed for male and female and one disable shower and toilet. The owners are some of the nicest people on earth and will help you with anything. I really recommend this place highly and defiantly will come back.

Nice place and conditions,l. Located quite distant from most of the attractive points of Devon and Cornwall. The glamping pods are a pleasant experience, but far from worthing the price.

Harford Bridge Holiday Park

Peter Tavy, Tavistock PL19 9LS, UK – 01822 810349

This is a well run family 3holiday village. Just to the north Of Tavistock. And is mentained to a high standard. And is popular with visiting campers. And caravans. The holiday village has good range of good quality facilities. Part of the site had a number of static caravans.

Really lovely site - clean and tidy - good facilities - you can order fish and chips and pastries for breakfast. Great kids play area. Need to keep an eye on the kids if camped next to the river.