Category : Devon

Beyond summer: Top tips for a fantastic winter break in Devon

The miles and miles of stunning coastline, rugged moors and vibrant towns make Devon a popular destination for a holiday at any time of the year. Whilst perhaps better known for lazy days on the beach, beautiful picnic spots and picturesque seaside villages with surf shops and ice cream kiosks, it is also a fantastic […]

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The Best 2023 Staycation Destinations Based On Your New Year’s Resolutions

Somerset Hills

New Year’s. A time to be grateful for the year previous. A time to be hopeful about the year ahead. A time to set resolutions to continue good practices, change undesired traits or behaviours and accomplish personal goals. But many of us find ourselves setting the same New Year’s resolutions each year but… never really […]

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The 12 Top Things to Do in Devon

Devon is a beautiful southwestern county in England. Full of lush countryside, quaint fishing villages and an impressive coastline, there is plenty to see and do throughout the vast landscape. Whether you’re seeking days hiking in the outdoors, visiting some of the finest eateries that offer fresh, local produce or lazy days at the beach, […]

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Dog Friendly Attractions in Devon

Beagle dog running along the beach with children playing in the water in the background

Devon is renowned for giving a warm West Country welcome to all its visitors, whether on two legs or four. Many dog owners visit Devon just for the wonderful walks alone. Try fossil hunting on the Jurassic coastline, brace the elements on Dartmoor, hike through the heather on Exmoor or spot the wildlife in the tranquil valleys of […]

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Devon’s Attractions For A Family Holiday

Millions of people have recollections of holidays as a child in Devon, from sunshine on a sandy beach to ancient woodlands with a magical atmosphere that makes the tales of King Arthur seem possible. The county is incredibly child friendly no matter what the weather or your budget. From quirky glamping style accommodation for a […]

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Exploring Devon: Essential Holiday Guide

Devon is one of England’s best loved counties. Not only has it given us the cream tea, Agatha Christie thrillers and world class cider, it is home to pristine moorland, incredible beaches, and bustling cities. Covering a large chunk of the South West, Devon is so diverse in its charms that you may be confused […]

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Explore Exmoor: Great Days Out For Your Holiday

Exmoor is a place of stunning natural beauty, situated in West Somerset and North Devon. What used to be an ancient royal hunting forest now plays host to a wide range of things to do and see for outdoor lovers, couples and families, and those looking for a tranquil holiday destination. The diverse landscapes are […]

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Britain’s Best Beaches

There are more than 200 beaches in the UK, and the beautiful part is that they are all so varied.  So whether you prefer pretty shingle or golden soft sands, dramatic sand dunes or pretty hidden coves; There is a beach out there for everyone, and with the coastline of Britain spanning an impressive 12,429 […]

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Six Of The UK’s Best Places To Spot and Photograph Wildlife

While many of us dream of seeing exotic wildlife in far off lands, the diversity of creatures that can be found in the UK is often overlooked. We have a fantastic array of environments for wildlife to thrive on our island. This includes the majestic shy deer in the forests; splendid dolphins jumping from the […]

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The East Devon AONB – millions of years in the making yet still unspoilt

Thatched cottages

The East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers over 100 square miles of Devonshire countryside with 18 miles of explorable Heritage coastline resting within the area. Stretching from Lyme Regis through to Exmouth, the coastal towns of Seaton, Exmouth, Sidmouth and the resort of Budleigh Salterton all border East Devon and each lie on […]

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