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Places to stay in Devon

Torquay: The resort enjoys some of the finest weather in England and is an area of great natural beauty. Palm trees and other tropical plants thrive and there are many beaches and small sandy coves to enjoy. Shopping and entertainment facilities in Torquay itself are excellent and nearby there is a wealth of attractions for all age groups including gardens and parks, Paignton Zoo, Babbacombe Model Village, and the Dart Valley Railway.

Paignton: The town is known thoughout the United Kingdom and the world as a holiday destination in South Devon being part of, and, at the centre of Torbay in the English Riviera. Over the years Torbay has obtained a reputation for offering superb english holidays for the discerning tourist and Paignton still offers family safe beach holidays in the very centre of the bay.

Plymouth: Plymouth is generally considered to be the cultural capital of the West of England, as well as being the most important city in Devon. It was from Plymouth, that adventurers such as Drake, Cook and the Pilgrim Fathers, set out on their momentous voyages to find new worlds. Plymouth is surrounded by many picturesque fishing villages, such as Newton Ferrers and Cawsand, which can be more of an attraction than the city itself. Plymouth, is close to the rugged beauty of Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, with the beautiful, sandy beaches of the English Riviera, and Whitsand Bay only a short drive away. Plymouth is the ideal base for touring and sightseeing

Ilfracombe: Ilfracombe is the perfect location for North Devon holidays, offering you a gateway to an exciting blend of stunning coastal scenery, seaside fun, rural tranquility and centuries of heritage and style. lfracombe is the \'jewel\' of the North Devon coast and a remarkable location for romantic getaways, family holidays or activity breaks.

Exeter: Exeter is located in the Southwest of England. It is situated on the River Exe in the county of Devonshire. Full of character and ancient history, Exeter is still able to offer all the amenities and comforts that would be expected of a modern day city. Exeter is the capital city of Devon and provides the county with a central base for education, medicine, religion, commerce and culture. The city is also home to the magnificent Exeter Cathedral, which dates back to Norman times

Selected properties in Devon...

Todays featured Totnes, Devon Campsite:

Mounts Farm Touring Park


Todays featured Dawlish, Devon Caravan Park / Chalet:

Golden Sands Holiday Park


Todays featured Tiverton, Devon Caravan Park / Chalet:

Minnows Caravan Park


Todays featured Sticklepath, Devon Campsite:

Olditch Farm Holiday Park


Todays featured Torquay, Devon Hotel:

Court Prior

Quiet, yet central Torquay and just 7 minutes’ walk to the seafront, restaurants and local attractions. 7 individually styled rooms and self-catering Garden Apartment offering spacious and quality accommodation. Our delicious breakfasts are prepared to order using local, free-range, organic and fair trade produce wherever possible.


Todays featured Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon Hotel:

Hayne Farm


Todays featured Dartmouth, Devon Hotel:

Cafe Cache


Todays featured Bradworthy, Devon Campsite:

Colandene Centre


Todays featured Ilfracombe, Devon Guest House:

The Woodlands


Todays featured Axmouth, Devon Hotel:

Hazelbrook Lodge


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