Welcome to the English Riviera. There are loads of reasons to book our Devon hotels, apart from its associations with glamour, celebrity chefs, fine, local wine and sandy beaches. It's also home to the fossilised treasures of the Jurassic Coast and the wonderful wildness of Dartmoor, South Devon’s spectacular countryside and coastline, and the most sensational surf.
Hotels in Devon
Exeter Central St Davids
Exeter (Countess Wear)
Plymouth City Centre (Lockyers Quay)
Exeter City Centre
Paignton Seafront (Goodrington Sands)
Paignton South (Brixham Road)
Plymouth City Centre (Sutton Harbour)
Plymouth City Centre (Derry's Cross)
What to do in Devon
HMP Dartmoor invites you to learn about ‘life on the inside’ at this notorious prison. Only low-level criminals populate the cells these days so no need to panic. Right?
In the private village of Clovelly, it’s down with automobiles and power to donkeys in an attempt to retain the spirit of the village’s fishing past. Pop into the Fisherman’s Cottage, the Kingsley Museum and the donkey stables.
The golden sands of Woolacombe and Croyde are picture perfect. Navigate the incredible hand-carved tunnels at Ilfracombe’s Tunnels Beach to find a Victorian bathing pool, or head to Saunton Sands, a surfer’s paradise. We have a range of budget hotels in Plymouth for every occasion.
Dartmoor is scattered with fascinating ancient ruins but Grimspound is a definite ’to do’. Dating back to the Bronze Age, this settlement consists of the remains of twenty four stone houses and a boundary wall.
South Devon Vineyard Tours
Devon’s viticulture history dates back to Roman times. On a tour of South Devon ‘s vineyards, you’ll learn about local wines and more importantly, get to sample some of the region’s finest vino.
Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre
The kids will go crazy for Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre - and so might you. Capturing the magic of a bygone fairground era in a gigantic indoor space, it’s great for rainy days too.
Embrace the great outdoors on a family cycling or walking trip down Drake’s Trail. Connecting Tavistock and Plymouth, the trail courses through woodland, valleys and moorland.