Honiton Certificated Locations
Situated in the English county of Devon, Honiton lies close to the River Otter within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
It is famed for its industrial heritage, with both lace and pottery traditionally made there - and still available for visitors to buy as souvenirs.
The Honiton Lace collection can be viewed at Allhallows Museum and there are even lace-making demonstrations in the summer months.
Other highlights in the market town include the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, the Iron Age Hembury Fort and Blackbury Camp.
Honiton offers a range of different places to eat and drink, which is something that's sure to be welcomed after a long day's sightseeing or exploring the rolling countryside.
Finally, don't miss experiencing some of the local customs and events, including the Agricultural Show in summer, Hot Pennies Day in July (when warm coins are thrown from pub windows for collection beneath) and Carnival in November.