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Staycations

If you do not want to fly aboard for a holiday have a look at our great value saycations!

We have lots of amazing offers if you want inspiration see below or call us on

07497 861 805 we will help you find the perfect holiday for you. 

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Visit London
Visit London this is one of the worlds iconic cities and as well amazing offers on accommodation to choose from, we include Theatre Shows, Sporting Events, Concerts, Sightseeing Tours and much more. 
Contact 07497 861 805 for more information and booking.  

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Visit Cornwall

There are large sandy beaches and blue seas. Peaceful locations that make you feel good. To shops that are different and independent. Visit St Ives, St Michael's Mount, Polperro, Looe, Padstow, Falmouth and much more. We have access to the best hotels and trips out. Call Diana 07497 861 805 for more information and booking. 

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Visit Jersey

Just a shot ferry trip 
from the mainland are amazing Islands to explore such as, Isles of Scilly, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man, Shetland Isles, The Orkneys, The Channel Islands and much more. Call Diana 07497 861 805 for more information and booking. We have some great package offers. 

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Visit Norfolk

Norfolk is a ceremonial county in the East of England and East Anglia. It borders Lincolnshire and The Wash to the north-west, the North Sea to the north and east, Cambridgeshire to the west, and Suffolk to the south. The largest settlement is the city of Norwich. Whatever your interests, whatever your age, whether you’re on your own, as a couple, in a group, or with kids, Norfolk has things to do for you all.

Norfolk is famous for its birdwatching, for boating in the Broads National Park and for our beaches and coast. Without many hills, Norfolk is perfect for walking and cycling. Visitor attractions in Norfolk are second to none, from theme parks to zoos and forest playgrounds. Visit Norwich, Norfolk Coast, Sandringham, King's Lyn, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Broads, National Park and much more.

Call Diana 07497 861 805. We will put together a package for you which will include transport, hotel and trips out. 

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Visit Devon

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Devon is renowned for an assortment of things such as its spectacular coastline, beautiful beaches and of course the Devonshire cream tea, all making it a popular holiday destination. It is also the only county in England that has two National Parks and the only county in the UK to have a non-continuous coastline on both the north and south.  Devon has a rather mild climate and boasts some of the mildest winters in the world for its latitude. The county usually benefits from warm summers, which include hot spells as well as occasional rainy periods. Saunton and Croyde often record the highest temperatures in Britain, often due to easterly and southeasterly winds. The south-east coast of Devon, including places such as Salcombe and Exmouth, is one of the sunniest places
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Things to do in North Devon

There are so many wonderful things to do in North Devon. The region’s beaches are some of the best in the country, with WoolacombeCroyde and Saunton Sands offering both stunning stretches of sand and some of the UK’s best surfing conditions. Head to Braunton Burrows to explore some amazing sand dunes too.

Beaches aside, there are various other points of interest and destinations in Devon that are well worth a visit. Clovelly, with its steep cobbled streets and whitewashed cottages, clings to the cliff face; the dog-friendly Tarka Trail offers a chance to see the region on foot or bicycle; while the historic towns of Ilfracombe, Bideford and Barnstaple allow a chance to shop independent retailers and big chains alike.

That’s not to mention the range of attractions in the region, including zoos, theatres and museums, perfect for families to enjoy. Don't forget about Exmoor National Park, one of the best areas of natural beauty in the country. There is also the South West Coast Path, a stunning walking route that runs right along the Devon coastline encompassing some wonderful towns and villages, as well as the beautiful spots of Baggy Point and Morte Point.

Visit South Devon

Whether you’re looking to escape to unspoilt countryside, visit one of the UK’s most stunning seaside resorts or take in some of Devon’s most picturesque villages, South Devon is the perfect destination. From family-friendly fun, to awesome activities for adrenalin junkies, via havens for foodies, South Devon holidays offer so many wonderful things to see and do. The region is filled with fantastic towns and villages, each with their own appeal and reason to visit, meaning there is plenty to keep you busy during your holiday in South Devon. 

South Devon's top locations

Brixham, English Riviera, Dartmouth, Torquay, South, Ham, Sidmouth, Beer, Plymouth

 

Dog-friendly Cottages in South Devon

With seaside resorts, wonderful coastline and plenty of open space, South Devon is the ideal place to explore with your dog. We have a great selection of dog-friendly cottages for you to choose from so you and your pet can relax and unwind after a fun-filled day of walks and exploring.

 

Things to do in Devon

One of the best holiday destinations in the UK, Devon has a fantastic range of things to do across the county. Check our guide to the best things to do in Devon and see what you could get up to on your next holiday to the county.

The ultimate guide to South Devon

Learn to live like a local in whichever area you decide to base yourself during your next trip to South Devon!

The best places to learn to surf in Devon

Want to learn to surf but don't know where to start? Here's our pick of the best beginner beaches and surf schools.

Things to do in South Devon

The English Riviera resorts of TorquayPaignton and Brixham sit right along this stunning coastline and have been popular South Devon holiday destinations for decades. Here, you’ll find everything associated with a traditional seaside holiday: beaches, amusements and a lovely mild climate.

The area is also a walker’s haven, with both the South West Coast Path and an abundance of gorgeous countryside to explore. Haldon Forest, 15 minutes from Exeter, also has a series of trails that make for lovely shorts strolls or bike rides.

Home to an abundance of attractions, from Plymouth Aquarium and Paignton Zoo to Woodlands Adventure Park, a fantastic family theme park in Totnes, South Devon has plenty to offer for a family holiday. Plymouth is also home to many popular shops, while Dartmouth offers a unique shopping experience with a variety of independent boutiques and galleries.

Mid Devon's top locations

Dartmoor, Tavistock, Tiverton, Exeter, Cullompton, Topsham, Bovey Tracey, Crediton

 

The Best Secret Walks in Devon

Being one of the largest counties in the UK, Devon has plenty of amazing walks running through some of the best spots in the county. We've put together a guide to show off some of the best walks not many people know about.

 

Top attractions in Dartmoor National Park

Come to Dartmoor for your holidays, the whole place is one magnificent visitor attraction! From the tors to the towns, it’s a unique destination, especially if you love walking. Dartmoor National Park is one of the wildest open spaces in England. Untameable,

 

The ultimate guide to Mid Devon

There’s always the opportunity for adventure in Mid Devon, whether that’s out exploring the dramatic national park or having fun at one of the many attractions throughout the area.

Things to do in Mid Devon

The wild and rugged heathland, pretty woodland, and lakes of Dartmoor National Park are perfect for long and relaxing country walks. Tavistock, a market town on the western edge of the moor, provides a great base for exploring, and is close to the city of Plymouth.

There is a range of attractions to enjoy in the area, ranging from National Trust properties and gardens to a variety of museums. Exeter is full of beautiful architecture and also offers everything you’d expect from a cosmopolitan city; with pubs and restaurants serving great Devon food and drink, and a high street full of shopping opportunities.

The active can enjoy a cycle, walk or boat ride along the Grand Western Canal, which meanders through Mid Devon - a location that’s equally perfect for a spot of fishing or a picnic.

We have a fantastic selection of hotels and cottages to choose from in the area, so you can make the most out of your stay.

Call Diana 07497 861 805 For More Information and Booking. 

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