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We were welcomed by Glyn and his lovely family to his comfortable B&B. Always offered Tea & Coffee on arrival and Glyn took the time to settle us in making sure we had everything we needed.
Stayed for 4 nights. Easy to find, not too far from the beach front (10 mins walk, WARNING: Up hill on the way back). Train and Bus stations are about the same distance. Very friendly landlady, was extremely helpful and very easy to talk to. She seemed to know about every event going on around the ...
Good handy flat. Andrea and Peter very welcoming. Flat good has everything you need. We had one of the one bedroom with futon in the lounge nice flat. Was good we only had the 2 nights there.
Devon has a famous coastline of inlets and coves that used to be used by smugglers, and with these and other natural attractions such as Dartmoor nearby you have all the ingredients in place for a fabulous adventure holiday. From kayaking and wind surfing to rock climbing and trekking, Devon has it all, and staying at an adventure sport hotel in Devon makes perfect sense if outdoor activities are what you have in mind when you come here.
The Devon landscape is full of interest and it's not surprising that there are plenty of outward bound centres across the county. Dartmoor National Park attracts enthusiastically active visitors from around the world for its magnificent walking and hiking trails, and choosing an adventure sport hotel on the outskirts of this heritage area allows you to easily access all the attractions. The hotel staff will always be happy to help with planning excursions, and you could even go for the B&B option for more flexibility. Whatever you choose, Devon guesthouses and hotels are the accommodation option of choice for a great active break here.
The rugged coastline of Devon is ideal for a wide range of outdoor sports such as boating, sailing, wind surfing and diving. An added attraction of indulging in your favourite water sport here is that the cliffs hide many secluded coves and caves which are wonderful to explore as you tour the area. The dens of smugglers in Napoleonic days, many are connected with old coaching inns on the cliffs above, adding an exciting dimension to your exploration of the coast.
Another popular sport in Devon is cycling through the unspoilt villages, breath-taking scenery and wild moorlands such as Dartmoor and Exmoor, or indeed along the coastal paths. Devon has a 150-mile chunk of the National Cycle Network, and whether it's across country, moorland or along the canals you'll find a route to suit all ages, abilities and moods. Book into a Devon hotel and have a great time here!