4. Enjoy all RHS Gardens Rosemoor has to offer
At RHS Gardens Rosemoor, you can enjoy 65-acres of beautifully planted flower beds, set within a pretty wooded valley. Around every corner, there's a lovely surprise and the gardens are home to plants from around the world.
Whatever time of year you visit, the gardens are a sight to behold, but the autumn colours during October Half Term make it an extra special time to visit.
Highlights include an original Stone Garden, a romantic Cottage Garden, a Fruit and Vegetable Garden, a classic Woodland Garden, plus a stream and rock gully - a dramatic mini-landscape with a distinct atmosphere.
There are many garden strolls and hidden treats to find, that need to be seen to be believed.
Bring the family to Rosemoor to see nature at its best - plus you can gift hunt in their unique shop, dine in the award-winning restaurant and take part in an array of events.
On the 20th and 21st October, they’ve got an Autumn Antiques Fair with carefully selected stallholders from across the South West - a wonderful opportunity to pick up something unique. On the 23rd October is a talk on Lime Kiln and the Rolle Canal - a chance to take a look at Rosemoor's lime kiln, following a talk about the Rolle Canal, its history and how the kiln was used.
Finally, on the 26th and 27th October, young ones can discover Room on a Broom - a free interactive workshop and film event with pumpkin carving too. Halloween fancy dress is optional for both adults and children.
Guests in our North Devon hotels pay £8 entry instead of £12.65.