Devon house

The United Kingdom has been gaining popularity in recent years, especially among nature enthusiasts. The country has a remarkable landscape and natural features which draw tourists from all over the world. Devon is a South England country which is particularly popular due to the fact that it has not one but two shorelines – one on the Bristol Channel and one on the coast of the Celtic Sea.

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The United Kingdom has been gaining popularity in recent years, especially among nature enthusiasts. The country has a remarkable landscape and natural features which draw tourists from all over the world. Devon is a South England country which is particularly popular due to the fact that it has not one but two shorelines – one on the Bristol Channel and one on the coast of the Celtic Sea.

We offer many nature houses in the county of Devon. They will allow you to get a taste of the English countryside, while enjoying the fresh British air and nature. The Devon houses are well-equipped with facilities and amenities to ensure that guests are enjoying the best of comfort on their trip to the UK. All hosts are warm people who will gladly answer your requests and give you advice on the best places to visit nearby.

British nature to explore in Devon

The English Riviera as the locals call it, includes some of the most spectacular beaches in the UK. Woolacombe beach is on the north coast and has been widely recognized as a gorgeous coastal area perfect for beach activities. On the other hand, Saunton Sands welcomes visitors to one of the most impressive dune systems in the UK. Two different estuaries create a natural border of the beach to the south and create a picturesque landscape perfect for your sunset walks.

Mid Devon is a part of the county famous for the breathtaking panoramas of both the south and north seaside. This part of Devon is also covered with lush vegetation – dense woodlands, beautiful rivers and almost undisturbed wildlife. Mid Devon is also where two national parks are established. Dartmoor National Park is a moorland best known for the large number of archaeological artefacts found here. Exmoor National Park should be on your list of must visits. It is believed to be one of the most romantic places in the United Kingdom! Here you will witness the amazing panorama of the Bristol Channel coast. Moreover, you can visit at least some of the small picturesque towns and villages located up on the cliffs right above the water.

Activities in Devon

If you enjoy animals and love the interaction with them, have in mind that Devon has more than a dozen different animal zoos and aquariums, including two in the protected national park areas of Dartmoor and Exmoor. Furthermore, you can visit the honey farm in Quince and learn about the importance of bees, or head to the National marine Aquarium to witness some of the most spectacular marine species typical for the region.

The highest man made waterfall in England is a bit challenging but worth it to climb through the woodland of Devon. This area is also quite popular among families with children as it is equipped with a children’s trail, a fern garden with fairies and an adventure playground. Bikers will not be disappointed by the Tarka Trail. This route is almost 300 km long, however can be easily taken in stages. You will get the chance to enjoy unspoiled countryside nature with some vertical sea cliffs for contrast.