West Down

West Down is a pleasant village, set about four miles inland from the North Devon coast. The village sits in a bowl in the foothills of Exmoor and is ideally located as a central location to many of the areas attractions. Many of the farmhouses and smaller cottages encompass the 14th century Church and some the older buildings are made of cob with slate roofs, and date back to the 17th century. The village has a shop, post office and village pub called The Crown.