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Nestled in the foothills of Dartmoor, we're proud to be a company flying the flag for Devon. Situated in arguably one of the most beautiful parts of the country, we thought we'd share some of our favourite Devonshire locations to enjoy some of our Devon fudge!

1.Royal William Yard, Plymouth

A short drive from the city centre of Plymouth, Royal William Yard has become one of the most visited and memorable landmarks of Plymouth.

With dreamy architecture, fantastic places to eat, shop and relax, it's easy to see why. With the rolling expanse of the sea in the distance, it's the perfect place to head to, come rain or shine.

The Devon Fudge Company have been a frequent visitor and stall holder at the Good Food Market that is currently on hold due to COVID-19. We'll hopefully be able to return one day in the future!

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2.Noss Mayo

With cute pastel coloured houses, a stunning coastal walk with a beautiful pub at the end, it's a place you'll want to return to again, and again.

Noss Mayo is a small village tucked away on the southern bank of the Yealm estuary in the South Hams. As the winter approaches it's the perfect place to head to for a cold and crisp walk. Take your cameras as the views are something you don't want to miss.

3. Salcombe

A favourite for a reason.  We collaborated with the Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa to create a bespoke, Devonshire inspired flavour that is an exclusive treat to all of their guests. We teamed up with the fab folk over at Salcombe Gin to create the exclusive Salcombe Gin & Pink Grapefruit Fudge. The hottest tipple of the moment.

Salcombe is another popular Devonshire destination in the South Hams. There is an abundance of places to eat and plenty of water activities to get involved in during the summer months.

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4. Dartmouth

A popular tourist destination set on the banks of the River Dart, this is yet another beautiful seaside location in the South Hams.

There is plenty to explore in this coastal town, the Dartmouth Castle and Blackpool Sands beach are in the near vicinity.

5. Clovelly

Clovelly was named as the most instagrammable village in the UK. This popular fishing village in North Devon is the place to flock to to get those photos for the 'gram'.

A village famous for its steeply cobbled streets and picturesque harbour. If you're feeling adventurous there are plenty of stunning coastal walks and beaches to explore on foot.

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Post By Peter Baldwin