Devon Holiday Deals & Short Break Offers
UK Coach Deals: Yorkshire Departures for UK Coach Breaks this October from just £99 with Shearings Holidays!! If you love the UK then you will love this deal from Shearings … more.
UK Coach Holidays: Soak up some UK sun with Shearings Holidays this Summer from as little as £179pp. It is time to book your summer holidays, give yourself something positive … more.
Expires: 30th Aug 2017
UK Coach Holiday Deal: Grab a great last minute coach break and get a great deal, from just £89pp Want to get away for a few days? Fancy a last … more.
Expires: 27th May 2018
UK Coach Deal: Enjoy a fantastic break with Just Go Holidays, formerly TheCoachHoliday.com from just £129! Celebrating 15 years of success, TheCoachHoliday.com rebranded and renamed themselves as Just Go Holidays! … more.
Expires: 22nd Apr 2018
UK Senior Coachcard Deal: Save a third on all standard fares with a Senior Coachcard, just £10 per year! Do you love taking day trips and short breaks? Enjoy visiting friends … more.
Expires: 7th Apr 2018
UK Coach Break Deals: Grab a great value coach break in from £129pp with JustGoHolidays Give yourself something to look forward to in 2016 with a great value coach break … more.
Expires: 14th Jan 2018
UK Coach Deals: North West Departures for UK Coach Breaks this August from just £104 with Shearings Holidays!! If you love the UK then you will love this deal from … more.
Devon – Known as “The English Riviera”
Devon is located in the south-west of England and is the only county in the country to have two separate coastlines (in the north and south).
Human remains have been found in the area that date back 30–40,000 years and hunter-gatherers are believed to have occupied Dartmoor from around 6000 BC. Much later the Romans controlled the area, followed by visits from the Saxons and then the Normans. The county witnessed many conflicts and wars in the years that followed.
In the past Devon was known for producing tin, copper and other metals, and agriculture played an important part, although this was badly affected by the ‘foot and mouth’ crisis in 2001.
Devon has been an attraction for tourists from the time railways appeared in the county and the economy relies heavily on this trade. Its favourable climate and attractive seaside locations have led to its nickname of “The English Riviera”
Reasons to visit Devon
Devon caters for all interests, for the family there is the Babbacombe Model Village, Big Sheep, Escot Park, Exmoor Zoo, Milky Way Adventure Park, Pecorama, Pennywell Farm and Wildlife Centre, River Dart Adventures and Woodlands Family Theme Park.
If you like castles, there is Castle Drogo, Dartmouth Castle, Powderham Castle and Watermouth Castle. There are many Abbeys and Stately Homes to see, and of course a good selection of excellent beaches to choose from, like Blackpool Sands for example. Railway enthusiasts are also catered for, but if you prefer to take it easy and enjoy the nature, Devon can help you with that as well.
Entertainment and Dining in Devon
As you would expect with a popular tourist spot, there is plenty of entertainment available (theatres, cinemas, nightclubs and pubs). There are many eating places to choose from that cater for all tastes, such as The Galley in Topsham (European), Orange Tree Restaurant in Torquay (European) and The Colosseum in Teignmouth (Italian).
Accommodation in Devon
Devon offers every kind of accommodation, Guest Houses, B&Bs, self-catering cottages, camping sites and hotels like the Yeoldon House Hotel in Bideford, Ascot House Hotel in Torquay and the Roundham Lodge Hotel in Paignton.