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B&B in Salcombe
Towns don't get more chic than Salcombe, which lies along the mouth of the Kingsbridge Estuary. A pretty jumble of stone cottages linked by winding lanes step down a hill to the glistening waterfront and harbour. When you stay in a bed and breakfast in Salcombe, you can amble around the town, diving in and out of boutique shops, cosy pubs and seafood restaurants. It's not all about the town, though. Salcombe lies in the heart of the beautiful South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with all its opportunities for outdoor adventures, like sailing, kayaking and coastal rambling. Alternatively, there are several outstanding golden beaches, lapped by turquoise waters, just a short drive away.
- Score a West Country break without the high prices
- Enjoy views over the sparkling Kingsbridge estuary
- Stay with welcoming hosts who have refined the art of homely hospitality
- Bring the dogs to stay in one of the pet-friendly B&Bs
You're Spoilt for Choice When it Comes to B&Bs, Salcombe
While the town might have several hotels, if you're looking for friendly hosts, a warm atmosphere and wallet-friendly prices, nothing beats the bed and breakfasts in Salcombe. Many of the owners have run their B&Bs for years and are more than happy to offer up recommendations on the best things to do and see during your stay. It doesn't matter whether you're bringing the whole family on a West Country break or you're looking for a little romantic weekend away, there's always a B&B that will fit the bill. If you're sold on a B&B, the best place to find your perfect match is Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos. All you need to do is fire up the website, plug in your dates and budget, and let Expedia do the hard work for you. Arranging your break just got a whole lot easier. Some are traditional little B&Bs that, charmingly, haven't changed all that much over the years and offer plenty of bang for your buck. Others have renovated in recent years and offer stylish seaside-inspired decor that looks like it jumped off the pages of an interior designs magazine. Alternatively, you could always score one of the country cottages just outside town, which puts you close to the hiking trails and nature. Whichever you decide on, you're always assured a comfortable stay when you book your accommodation through Expedia.
Every guestroom in Salcombe bed and breakfasts is different – that's the beauty of B&Bs – but you can expect most to come equipped with everything you might find in a hotel room, like a kettle for making hot drinks, a comfortable double bed, wrapped in freshly pressed sheets, and free WiFi, which you can use to plan your break. If you pick right, you could nab a guestroom with views over the estuary and harbour. All but the most budget options will have ensuite bathrooms, stocked with toiletries and towels. Bringing the whole family? You won't have any trouble finding family-sized or interconnecting rooms. Every morning, you can wake up to fabulous views, then head downstairs to enjoy a proper breakfast, with things like fry-ups, scrambled eggs on toast, or lighter bites, like fruit and yogurt, on the menu. If you're looking for more of a city break, why not try a few nights in the West Country capital, with plenty of Bristol activities to discover, instead?
Family Fun on the Beach and Outdoorsy Activities Near Your B&B, Salcombe
When you come to stay in a Salcombe bed and breakfast, your stay can be as active or sedate as you wish. The town is a Mecca for water sports enthusiasts and, if you're feeling active, you could head out on the estuary, kayaking, sailing or paddle boarding. Alternatively, drive just a few minutes down to the coast to spend your days stretched out on the long golden beaches. The Salcombe Tourist Information Centre is always a good starting point for finding other things to do, nearby. Back in town, you could go shopping in the quaint independent stores, visit one of the galleries, whose walls are packed with coastal-inspired artwork, or visit the award-winning Salcombe Gin Distillery.