The best places to stay in Devon

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Stretching from the verdant landscapes in the north of the county to the stylish coastal towns in the south, our collection of luxury holiday homes showcases some of the best places to stay in Devon. We strive to offer you the most exclusive collection of elegant and stylish properties ensuring the utmost in comfort. The perfect base for you and your family, for a get together with friends or a romantic escape with your partner.

Devon is a year round destination with a packed calendar of annual events from lively music and food festivals (don’t miss the Salcombe Crabfest!) to the buzzing Christmas markets.

Book a family holiday in July and August to experience the exciting waterborne extravaganzas in Salcombe, Dartmouth and Plymouth. Join the trend with a spot of wild swimming in the crystal clear waters at Devon’s Blue Flag beaches or explore the many rivers and creeks by paddle board or kayak. Visit Devon outside the school holidays to escape the crowds and wake up to the sounds of the sea lapping on the shore in one of our luxury coastal retreats.

An off season break is the ideal time for hiking the South West Coast Path, cycling through country lanes or taking to the saddle for a horse back meander on Dartmoor.

Whether you’re looking for a tranquil rural escape or a coastal bolthole our properties include some of the best places to stay in Devon. The perfect destination for a short break or to linger longer and, as a location, it’s easily accessible with good road and train links.

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Things to do on your Devon holiday

Welcome to one of the top holiday destinations in the UK. Whether you’re planning a short break or to linger longer, you’re spoilt for choice when looking for things to do and places to visit in Devon.

Devon has some 509 miles of stunning coastline and 130 beaches so water sports, swimming or simply chilling on the sands are all high on the agenda. Adrenaline junkies can get their fix of coasteering, climbing and white water rafting. Alternatively, wind down with a gentle stroll or cycle along one of the many waymarked footpaths and cycle routes which criss-cross the county.

 

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