<h1>PAIGNTON HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages


Blue Flag beaches, fish and chips and crazy golf

Visit Paignton

Found on the stunning English Riviera, Paignton lies between the seaside towns of Torquay and Brixham. An extremely popular spot for visitors and locals, the town enjoys some of the mildest weather conditions in the whole of the South West. And, with easy access to the wonderful South Devon countryside as well as some of the best beaches in the country, it’s easy to see why plenty of visitors flock here every year.

Beverley Holiday Park

Situated in a stunning South Devon location overlooking the sea, Beverley Holiday Park in Paignton offers a wide array of accommodation, from holiday caravans to sea view lodges with hot tubs.

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Devon B&Bs

Home comforts away from home and a cooked breakfast every morning in some of the most beautiful places Devon has to offer - that’s what you get when you stay in one of our selected B&Bs.

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A Local's Guide to Paignton

Perched in the middle of Torbay between Brixham and Torquay, Paignton is one of the jewels in the English Riviera’s crown and has been delighting visitors for decades. Loved for its friendly atmosphere, lively pier and colourful beach huts, this South Devon holiday resort offers the ultimate in bucket and spade vacations. With its mild climate and sub-tropical palm trees, there is a real continental feel here making it the perfect year-round destination for both families looking for a coastal break and couples enjoying a romantic getaway.

A local's guide to Exmouth

Exmouth is a Victorian-era holiday resort with a long beach and promenade. As the name suggests, it sits at the mouth of the River Exe.  Ever since the late 18th century, the town has enjoyed its status as a popular seaside destination drawing in sunseekers from far and wide. 

A perfect location

Paignton has many wonderful things to see and do for the whole family. The most famous attraction is Paignton Zoo, home to thousands of animals including giraffes, rhinos, cheetahs, lions and monkeys. Paignton Pier stretches into the sea, with an amusement arcade, dodgems and 10-pin bowling - all there to entertain. If you feel peckish, there are the traditional seaside outlets with ice cream, fudge and doughnuts being sold, alongside fish and chip shops and restaurants.

On the beachfront, you'll find an 18-hole pirate themed crazy golf course: a great way to add a bit of competition to your holiday. Other top class beaches in the area include Oddicombe Beach, Meadfoot Beach, Broadsands Beach, Breakwater Beach and Blackpool Sands, all of which have been awarded Blue Flag status in years gone by.

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