Brayford is a beautiful village located in North Devon, England. It is situated near the Exmoor National Park and has a population of around 500 people. Brayford is a popular destination for visitors who are looking for a peaceful and scenic place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the countryside.
One of the main attractions in Brayford is the beautiful scenery that surrounds the village.
The village is situated on the River Bray, and visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the riverbanks or take a walk through the nearby countryside. The village is also home to several historic buildings, including St. Mary’s Church, which dates back to the 14th century.
For those who love outdoor activities, Brayford is the perfect destination. The village is close to Exmoor National Park, which offers a range of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and horse riding. Visitors can also enjoy fishing in the River Bray or take a scenic drive through the surrounding countryside.
See the video below for a walk around the village hall
Home to Several Farms
Brayford is also well-known for its local produce. The village is home to several farms that produce high-quality meat, dairy products, and fresh vegetables. Visitors can sample these local delicacies at the village pub, which serves traditional British food and real ale.
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Accommodation Options in Brayford Village
The village offers a variety of accommodation options, including at least three bed and breakfasts nearby, a local cosy cottage to rent, and farm stays locally too. You can find these in our “Where to stay” directory
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Local Events and Festivals
Brayford Village has a strong sense of community, and throughout the year, the village hosts various local events. A prime example of this is the BBQ and band event to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III here.
Eating in Brayford Village
Apart from the village pub, there are other dining options in and around Brayford Village that cater to a variety of tastes and preferences.
From tea rooms serving homemade cakes and sandwiches to restaurants, visitors can indulge in a wide array of yummy delights during their stay in the area.
While the article mentions Exmoor National Park as a nearby attraction, there are other notable sites worth exploring within a short distance of Brayford Village.
These attractions include the villages of Lynton and Lynmouth, the historic Tarr Steps, and the beautiful Valley of the Rocks. Bideford and the coastline is approximately 30 minutes away by car and Barnstaple, just 20 minutes.
The village has an active website here brayford.org and there is a useful PDF of the “Map of Brayford and Charle Parish Paths.” available here.
Overall, Brayford is a charming and peaceful village that offers a range of activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you are looking for a relaxing break or an action-packed adventure, Brayford has something for everyone.
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About the Author
Welcome to Bideford.com! I’m Matt, a seasoned explorer and avid fan of Bideford and the broader North Devon area. With over a decade of consistent family visits, virtually every weekend, I’ve immersed myself in the rich history and vibrant culture Bideford & North Devon.
On this site, you’ll find a wealth of knowledge amassed from my adventures here. From in-depth local guides to engaging blog posts about Bideford. Whether you’re looking for recommendations on things to do or guidance on where to stay we have you covered. Join me as we delve into the heart of Bideford, North Devon – a town that’s more than just a destination, but an experience waiting to be discovered.
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