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Appledore,a picture-perfect Devon fishing village,characterised by a little curved quay as well as views onto the town of Instow across the water & out to where River Torridge meets the sea between Westward Ho! & Saunton beaches.The water is dotted w/ fishing & sailing boats.Houses date from the early 1700s,w/ many quirky features such as uneven plaster walls,rafters built from old boats & a slight 'uphill' feel as you walk from the hallway through to the kitchen,as it's built on a hillside.

Appledore,a picture-perfect Devon fishing village,characterised by a little curved quay as well as views onto the town of Instow across the water & out to where River Torridge meets the sea between Westward Ho! & Saunton beaches.The water is dotted w/ fishing & sailing boats.Houses date from the early 1700s,w/ many quirky features such as uneven plaster walls,rafters built from old boats & a slight 'uphill' feel as you walk from the hallway through to the kitchen,as it's built on a hillside.

This is the sea tractor that brings you over to Burgh Island when its high tide. Just off Bigbury on sea, Devon, England. by B. Lowe

This is the sea tractor that brings you over to Burgh Island when its high tide. Just off Bigbury on sea, Devon, England. by B. Lowe

The Elizabethan House, Barbican, Plymouth, Devon.  Originally a sea captain's house built around 1600.

The Elizabethan House, Barbican, Plymouth, Devon. Originally a sea captain's house built around 1600.

Westward Ho! Devon

Westward Ho! Devon

A little blowy up at Westward Ho! in north Devon, UK last night! Great shot by Roy Riley.

A little blowy up at Westward Ho! in north Devon, UK last night! Great shot by Roy Riley.

Sea Green, Market Street, Appledore, Torridge, North Devon | by photphobia

Sea Green, Market Street, Appledore, Torridge, North Devon | by photphobia

Space.  Westward Ho! Devon.

Space. Westward Ho! Devon.

The village name comes from the title of Charles Kingsley's novel Westward Ho! (1855), which was set in nearby Bideford

The village name comes from the title of Charles Kingsley's novel Westward Ho! (1855), which was set in nearby Bideford

Westward Ho, North Devon, England  #westwardho #northdevon #devon #leicesterphotographer #waterscapes #clouds #landscapes #cmcphotography #cmcp #photography

Westward Ho, North Devon, England #westwardho #northdevon #devon #leicesterphotographer #waterscapes #clouds #landscapes #cmcphotography #cmcp #photography

Westward Ho!

Westward Ho!

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