B&B Devon

Staying in a bed and breakfast while enjoying nature is a rare opportunity you would not want to miss. A bed and breakfast offer lets you feel more free and relaxed on your holiday, while someone else takes care of the most important meal of the day. Devon is a county located in the south of the UK, one of the few to have two coastlines on different shores – the Bristol Channel and Celtic Sea and the English Channel - both part of the country’s Heritage Coast Path. Booking a bed and breakfast location will allow you to experience the real feel of this British county and enjoy your stay to the fullest.

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Bed and breakfast Devon

Staying in a bed and breakfast while enjoying nature is a rare opportunity you would not want to miss. A bed and breakfast offer lets you feel more free and relaxed on your holiday, while someone else takes care of the most important meal of the day. Devon is a county located in the south of the UK, one of the few to have two coastlines on different shores – the Bristol Channel and Celtic Sea and the English Channel - both part of the country’s Heritage Coast Path. Booking a bed and breakfast location will allow you to experience the real feel of this British county and enjoy your stay to the fullest.

Explore the nature on the English Riviera

Devon coastline is known as the English Riviera and includes multiple stunning beaches favorite to local families and travelers. Except for the never-ending fun activities at the Riviera beaches, you can also visit the English Riviera Geopark – a stretch of shoreline more than 400 million years old and a UNESCO Global Geopark site. Babbacombe Bay offers the best views of the shore from the highest promenade in England.

The most scenic views of the South and North coastlines you will find in Mid Devon. Hills, dense woodlands, beautiful rivers and flourishing wildlife are calling you on an adventure here, as Mid Devon is also close to any point of interest through the whole county.

Dartmoor and Exmoor National parks are located on each side of the Mid Devon area. Dartmoor presents a distinctive moorland area – one of the last wild ones still left in Britain. Except for a significant number of wildlife representatives, the park is also filled with historical places to explore, as well as the largest number of archaeological remains in Europe. The whole area of Exmoor National Park is recognized as one of the most romantic places throughout the United Kingdom. The amazing views of the coast are combined with unforgettable panoramas of picturesque little towns on the hills.

Fun activities to try while in Devon

The English Riviera is a place for fun –discover it through activities such as canoeing, renting a boat, or fishing; to spice up your day at the beach try scuba diving, collecting mussels or go fishing in open sea waters to catch the best mackerel fish.

For a closer look at the wildlife in Devon, the Zoological Park at Dartmoor welcomes visitors who come here to connect with the wide range of native and exotic animals on 33 acres of land. All places in Devon provide plenty of hiking possibilities. Exmoor National Park is known for having some of the greatest hiking trails and for being a Dark Sky Park loved by stargazers.

River Dark Country Park is a great place for a day packed with fun activities. You can immerse yourself in beautiful nature by the rivers or on the lake areas, or fill your day with adrenaline by going for outdoor adventures with your friends or kids. Play forts, pirate ships, zip lining and high ropes are just some among many activities you could try.