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Owner is quirky as shown by her decor....lots of colour...very nice! Room & breakfast also very nice. Only down side in colder months is that heating the high ceiling rooms in a Victorian style house is difficult & I sometimes felt chilly. Not in bed though, as bedding was very warm and nice. There ...
Breken Guest House£67Breken Guest House£67
Recently had a weekend away in Dawlish and stayed in The Blenheim. This hotel is on the seafront with great sea views, there are some rooms without a sea view however the breakfast room has a good view of the railway line and seafront. Our room wasn’t with a sea view however this didn’t bother us ...
The Blenheim£52The Blenheim£52
Great location, lovely room with everything we needed. Warm and snug on a rainy cold day. Bathroom needs more heating th ough. Friendly staff. We moved room, the sea view from the first was only from out on the balcony.but no problem.over moving. Great breakfast.
Sand Pebbles£67Sand Pebbles£67
Great place really friendly owners and staff, dog friendly as well . Would recommend to anyone
We had a great time at the Coach House. Very well equipped and cosy. Lovely and quiet - ok you do get some cars coming by but they were few and far between so didn't bother us. We had some really bad weather whilst we were there but we still managed to do all we wanted too plus more! The Dolphin ...
Devon has a coastline characterised by numerous hidden coves and secluded beaches, impregnated by caves and tunnels that were used by smugglers in the old days. Visitors enjoy stretches of coastline such as the English Riviera between Torquay and Exmouth, as well as sandy beaches like Blackpool Sands. If you enjoy a good old-fashioned family seaside holiday then a good piece of advice for you is to book in to one of Devon's many beach hotels to be close to where the sandy action is taking place!
For the perfect seaside holiday, beach hotels in Devon tend to cater for the more luxurious end of the market and have facilities such as indoor pools and massage services for customers who enjoy some serious pampering. Whether your beach hotel is located on the popular English Riviera in South Devon or on the northern coast, you're sure to have a great time and be close to all the local attractions. The proximity of a sandy beach is obviously an advantage and there is no shortage of these in Devon either. They include award-winning stretches of fine sand like Babbacombe Beach and Barricane Beach, famous for the exotic Caribbean shells that wash up there.
At beach hotels in Devon you'll find the ideal environment for a fun family holiday. As well as overlooking fine sands, these well-appointed establishments have excellent facilities for keeping children amused and out of trouble. A range of indoor and outdoor activities will keep them busy, and outside the hotel itself there will be natural attractions such as cliff top walks or, if you're on the beachfront in Plymouth for example, numerous local sights and shopping opportunities.
Whichever beach hotel in Devon you decide on, you're guaranteed to have a brilliant holiday with or without kids in idyllic surroundings. You don't have to go to Turkey or Spain to enjoy the Baywatch lifestyle when there are so many things to enjoy in Devon. Rich in history and big on sightseeing, Devon has it all.