An area abundant with natural beauty, Devon is the only county in England that boasts two coastlines and two National Parks, giving it the well-deserved status of one of the most loved destinations for British summer holidays. Decide where to stay in Devon here!
Devon is a popular holiday destination and Stay In Devon is here to help you find the perfect Devon Holiday. Whether you’re looking for self-catering
cottages, Devon holiday parks or hotels in Devon, we have something that will suit your every need and requirement.
In North Devon, you’ll find the stunning coastline and Exmoor National Park, with
breath-taking views across its rugged shorelines; it also boasts the highest sea cliffs in England. Follow the coast around to the vast stretch of sandy
North Devon beaches which are popular all year round with surfers and sand castle architects! While walking along the
South West Coast Path close to Lynton and Lynmouth it is possible to see over to Wales and also the silhouette
of the Brecon Beacons on a clear day!
In Mid Devon you can meander through the country lanes which give way to the dramatic peaks of Dartmoor National Park, where granite topped ‘tors’ punctuate the skyline. For water-sport enthusiasts, a destination
like Roadford Lake is the perfect destination. In Mid Devon, you’ll find the county’s capital city, Exeter, an area steeped
in history and culture. Enjoy its varied range of eateries, from well-known chains to independent and award-winning restaurants, fantastic shopping or take
time to explore the magnificent St Peters Cathedral.
is a beautiful part of the UK and features the picturesque fishing village of Beer and the popular sailing town ofSalcombe. Its close proximity to the West Dorset coastline makes it ideal for fossil hunting and Exmouth is regarded as one of the gateway towns of the Jurassic coast.
can offer beautiful fishing villages and harbour towns, glorious coastal views and unrivalled dining and shopping possibilities. After all,English Riviera holidays are well renowned for their quintessentially British offering. Visit the coastal city of Plymouth and marvel at the iconic Smeaton Tower lighthouse, now resting on Plymouth Hoe and explore the Barbican for a
wide selection of restaurants. Other popular towns along the south coast of Devon include Dartmouth, Paignton, and Torquay. It goes without saying that there is an abundance of great
attractions and other things to do in this area, and throughout Devon.
The South Hams, an area stretching across South Devon’s coastline and an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, offers
Devon charm by the bucketful. Here you can while away the hours, exploring the pretty towns of Salcombe and Dartmouth.
Whether you’re looking for self-catering cottages, Devon holiday parks or hotels in Devon, we have something that will suit your every need and requirement.
For the perfect holiday in the county, check out our wide selection of Devon cottages,Devon hotels, Devon holiday parks, and Devon B&Bs. Also, to see where in the county you wish to holiday, view our map of Devon.