Devon Holiday Accommodation - Self Catering, B&B, Bedand Breakfast, Hotels, Campsites and Touring Parks
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This site has been designed to help visitors to Devon find holiday accommodation - self catering holiday cottages, bed and breakfast B&B, hotels, campsites and holiday parks. It also has lots of links to the attractions, museums, house and gardens, activities such as walking, surfing riding and fishing, as well as pubs and restaurants for eating out.
The accommodation, pubs and restaurants, towns and villages are split into the following regions - North Devon, Exmoor, Mid Devon, East Devon, Dartmoor, West Devon and South Devon.
The pages for activities - fishing, golf, watersports, walking, attractions, houses and gardens, museums and general information are listed for the whole of Devon.
A brief outline of some regions are listed below.
North Devon is an enchanting, often forgotten region of the county with such a variety of beautiful countryside scenes - rolling hills, hidden woodlands, spectacular rivers, rocky coves and long sandy beaches. Plenty of excellent holiday cottages and farmhouse B&B in this region. It is definitely worth a visit and not just in the summer
Click here for North Devon Information
Exmoor National Park is situated in the counties of Devon and Somerset in South West England. The park contains a variety of magnificent landscapes. Although it is one of the smaller National Parks the central plateau of open moorland is remote and spacious. To the north the moorland terminates in towering cliffs above the Bristol Channel. Rocky headlands, steep wooded ravines, plunging waterfalls and jumbled heaps of fallen rock make this an area of outstanding scenic beauty; it is defined as a Heritage Coast. Don't miss Snowdrop Valley in February. Exmoor information.
East Devon is a mixture of open countryside - heatland and farmland and a number a well known seaside resorts. Exmouth is a moderately sized resort, Sidmouth is a Regency town which manages to retain the charm and character of years gone by, Beer is a pretty seaside village built around a smalll cove.
There is also Budleigh Salteron, Seaton and Lyme Regis on the Dorset Border. Inland is Honiton and Axminster, which lies in the beautiful countryside of the Axe Valley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, amidst rivers, streams, hills, farmland and pretty villages.
Mid Devon There's only one way to describe Devonshire's Heartland: the focal point of a whole new holiday experience! By using one of the peaceful towns and villages as a base, you can enjoy the best of both worlds, exploring the area's beautiful hills and valleys, or stretching your wings to visit Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks, or the ever popular north and south Devon coasts.No matter what time of year you visit lovely Devonshire's Heartland, and whether for a holiday or a short break, there is so much for you to enjoy.
Dartmoor was designated as a National Parks in 1951. It is a beautiful moorland landscape with wooded valleys and wind swept Tors.
The land, some 368 square miles in area, is all owned by someone and the public is able to roam freely on unenclosed, open moorland on both foot and horseback.
There are also about 600 miles of public rights of way. Dartmoor is a rich habitat for wildlife and has a wealth of archaeological remains.
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South Devon encompasses two entirely different regions of Devon known as the The South Hams and the English Riviera.The South Hams lies on Devons south coast, between Torbay and Plymouth, and is mostly within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, encompassing stunning coastline, sweeping rivers and estuaries, golden beaches and rolling countryside. Many towns and villages can be found within this area, including Salcombe, Kingsbridge, Dartmouth, Totnes, Modbury, Hope Cove, Thurlestone and Torcross. South Devon Information
The English Riviera covers the three South Devon towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. This is the ideal place to relax, to soak up the atmosphere, to take in the scenery, the parks and the gardens, and to experience an enjoyable holiday in a classical English seaside resort.
In addition to all the wonderful countryside are the cities of Plymouth and Exeter.
Photography - Kate Price