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Holidays in Devon

A county of choice and variety with Exmoor National Park to the north and extending into West Somerset, and Dartmoor to the south.  Walking, cycling, ponies, trails and traces of bygone histories are rife in a county that positively oodles charm (and cream teas).  
The Tavistock Goose Fair, Devon County Show, Honiton Hill Rally and Widecombe Fair all conjure up a flavour for a county that’s really hard to beat.
The South Devon coast conjures up images of idyllic summer holidays at popular destinations from Sidmouth, Exmouth and Torquay heading west to the delights of Dartmouth, Kingsbridge and Salcombe. There is good reason why it is called the Devon Riviera. 
In north Devon explore the wide expanses of sand at Croyde and Mortoe beaches where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Devon coast in dramatic style. A paradise for surfers and body boarders alike. 
A top the rugged cliffs 400 feet up is picturesque Clovelly with traditional cottages and steep cobbled streets heading down to its quaint fishing quay. A gem to see for any visitor.
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Places in Devon to visit

Arlington Court

Arlington Court is a Regency House and family estate held by the Chichester family for over 500 years. The National Trust Carriage Museum is also housed here.

Buckfast Abbey

Buckfast Abbey forms part of an active Benedictine Monastry. There has been an abbey on the site at Buckfast since 1018. Between 1134 and 1136 the abbey was established in its current position.


Set in acres of glorious gardens and parkland, Knightshayes is a country estate on a grand gothic scale.

Clovelly Village

Explore the timeless village where steep cobbled streets descend past white fronted cottages to the picturesque tiny harbour below.

Dartington Crystal

Find out about the history of Dartington Crystal and follow the Dartington timeline from 1967 to date with visual displays and glass blowing demonstrations.

Dartmouth Steam Railway

The Dartmouth Steam Railway celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2014. It runs for seven miles through beautiful south Devon scenery.

Paignton Zoo

A great family day out with more animals than anywhere else in the southwest. Get close to over 2000 creatures at one of the most exciting visitor attractions in Devon.

Castle Drogo

The last castle to be built in England between 1911 and 1930 and possibly the last to be built entirely of granite. Currently undergoing restoration it remains open to the public.