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Devon is a large county in South West England, bordered by Cornwall to the west, Dorset and Somerset to the east. It is unique among English counties, in that it has two separated coastlines. Both parts of the Devon coastline are part of the South West Coast Path.

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• Torquay

Torquay, The West Country, England Hotels

Torquay is a popular seaside resort in the county of Devon. Kents Cavern in Torquay is a geological and archaeological jewel. These Palaeolithic caves contained evidence of human occupation dating back some 450,000 years ago, and are the oldest of their kind in Britain …


• Paignton

Paignton Hotels, Accommodation in England

Paignton is an English coastal town on the English Riviera near Torquay, in the county of Devon. Over the years, the two towns have grown into each other, and together with Brixham to the south they form Torbay. Paignton appears in records in the 11th century …


• Exeter

Exeter Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Exeter is the administrative centre of Devon. Heavily damaged by air raids during World War II, it retains some of its historical buildings and and a small town's relaxed atmosphere. Exeter Cathedral was founded in 1050 when the bishop's seat was moved because of Exeter's Roman walls …


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» Ashburton

Ashburton Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Ashburton is a small town on the edge of Dartmoor in Devon, adjacent to the A38 Devon Expressway. It was formerly important as a stannary town, and remains the largest town within the National Park. Ashburton has six pubs within the centre of town, and two restaurants …

» Bideford

Bideford Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Bideford is a small port town on the estuary of the River Torridge. In the 16th century Bideford was Britain's third largest port. It was rumoured that Sir Walter Raleigh landed his first shipment of tobacco there, although this is a myth, as Raleigh was not the first to bring tobacco to England …

» Bovey Tracey

Bovey Tracey Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Bovey Tracey is a small town in Devon on the edge of Dartmoor, its proximity to which gives rise to the 'slogan' used on the town's boundary signs, 'The Gateway to the Moor'. The locals just call the town Bovey. It is near the market town of Moretonhampstead. Roughly between the two lies the small village of North Bovey …

» Brixham

Brixham Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Brixham is a small fishing town and civil parish in the county of Devon, in the south-west of England. Brixham is at the southern end of Torbay, across the bay from Torquay, and is a fishing port. Fishing and Tourism are its major industries. It is thought that the name 'Brixham' came from Brioc's village …

» Buckfastleigh

Buckfastleigh Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Buckfastleigh is a small market town in Devon, situated beside the Devon Expressway at the edge of the Dartmoor National Park. It is part of Teignbridge District. It is a centre of tourism, and is home to Buckfast Abbey, the South Devon Railway, and the Buckfastleigh Butterfly Farm and Otter Sanctuary …

» Chagford

Chagford Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Chagford is a small town on the northeast edge of Dartmoor, close to the River Teign. It is located off the A382, about 4 miles west of Moretonhampstead. The name Chagford is derived from the word chag, meaning gorse or broom, and the ford suffix indicates its importance as a crossing place on the River Teign …

» Chulmleigh

Chulmleigh Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Chulmleigh is a remote, Saxon hilltop town and civil parish located in North Devon in the heart of the English county of Devon. It is located 20 milesnorth west of Exeter, near the Mid Devon boundary. Chulmleigh has some very old architecture with many cob and thatched buildings. It is located close to the Tarka Railway Line …

» Dartmouth

Dartmouth Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Dartmouth is a town and civil parish in the English county of Devon. It is a tourist destination set on the banks of the estuary of the River Dart, which is a long narrow tidal ria that runs inland as far as Totnes. It lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and South Hams District …

» Exmouth

Exmouth Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Exmouth is a port town and seaside resort in Devon, England, at the east side of the mouth of the River Exe. Although Roman coins have been found around Exmouth, there is no evidence of Roman settlement in the area. From the 11th century there is evidence of a ferry port in the area of the present docks …

» Honiton

Honiton Hotels, The West Country, England Hotels

Honiton is a town and civil parish in East Devon, situated close to the River Otter, 17 miles (27 km) north east of Exeter in the county of Devon. The town grew along the line of the Fosse Way - the ancient Roman road linking Exeter (Isca Dumnoniorum) to Lincoln (Lindum) on which it was an important stopping point …

• Ilfracombe

Ilfracombe Hotels, The West Country, England Hotels

Ilfracombe is a seaside resort on the north coast of Devon, England with a small harbour, surrounded by cliffs. An occasional ferry service runs from the town to Lundy Island, Swansea and Penarth in Cardiff. The town's main landmark is the Landmark, a theatre of unusual conical design …

» Lynmouth

Lynmouth Hotels, Accommodation in England

Lynmouth is a village in Devon, England, on the north edge of Exmoor. The village straddles the confluence of the West Lyn and East Lyn rivers. Lynmouth was described by Thomas Gainsborough, who honeymooned there with his bride Margaret Burr, as "the most delightful place for a landscape painter this country can boast" …

» Moretonhampstead

Moretonhampstead Hotels, Accommodation in England

Moretonhampstead is a small market town and civil parish in Devon, England. It lies on the edge of Dartmoor and is notable for having the longest one-word name of any place in England. When King John granted the town its charter during the thirteenth century, the rent was set as one sparrowhawk per year …

» Newton Abbot

Newton Abbot Hotels, Accommodation in England

Newton Abbot is a market town and civil parish in the Teignbridge District of Devon, England on the River Teign. Newton Abbot has a racecourse and boasts three country parks: Decoy, Stover (situated well away from the town) and Bradley. Part of Newton Abbot's heritage is the historic Cheese and Onion Fayre …

» Okehampton

Okehampton Hotels, Accommodation in England

Okehampton is a town and civil parish in West Devon in the English county of Devon, at the northern edge of Dartmoor and on the River Okement. The border of the Dartmoor National Park is just south of the town. Like many towns in the West Country, Okehampton grew on the Medieval wool trade …

» Plymouth

Plymouth Hotels, Devon, England Hotels

Plymouth in Devon, England is home to the port that saw Drake, Raleigh, Cook, Darwin and the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for the New World. The Royal Citadel was built to guard the port and harbour by Charles II. The parkland of the legendary Hoe where Francis Drake played bowls is the center of the old town …

» Sidmouth

Sidmouth Hotels, Devon, England

Sidmouth is a small town on the English Channel coast in Devon, South West England. The town lies at the mouth of the River Sid in the East Devon district, 15 miles (24 km) south east of Exeter. The town is a tourist resort and a gateway town on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site …

» Tavistock

Tavistock Hotels, Devon, England

Tavistock is a market town on the River Tavy, from which its name derives, and has a population of over 11,000. It traces its history back at least to AD 961, when Tavistock Abbey, whose ruins lie in the centre of the town, was founded. Its most famous son is the sailor, privateer and circumnavigator Sir Francis Drake …

» Tiverton

Tiverton Hotels, Devon, England

Tiverton is a town in the County of Devon, in England. It is the administrative centre for the Mid Devon district. Tiverton owes its early growth and prosperity to the wool trade, which caused the town to grow rapidly in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Many wealthier wool merchants added to the town's heritage …

» Umberleigh Bridge

Umberleigh Bridge, Devon, England Hotels

Umberleigh is a small village in North Devon in England. It shares an ecclesiastical parish with nearby Atherington, but is part of the civil parish of Chittlehampton. Umberleigh railway station lies on the Tarka Line north of Portsmouth Arms and south of Chapelton …

» Yelverton

Yelverton, The West Country, England Hotels

Yelverton is a large village on the south western edge of Dartmoor, Devon. The construction of the railway line, and Yelverton railway station, during the 19th century meant that it became a popular residence for Plymouth commuters - the line was run by the Great Western Railway (GWR) …



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