The TOP 10 Hotels in Devon
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Some people call it Mother Nature's Playground; others might know it as The English Riviera. With historic cities, two coastlines and two National Parks, Devon really has something to offer almost everyone. If you're looking for your ideal hotel, be it a luxury resort, a boutique B&B, a relaxing spa or something a little bit different, you will find the perfect place to stay with Voyage Privé!
The perfect rural escape within easy reach of Exeter on the southern edge of Lympstone village, this country house hotel is set in unspoilt countryside overlooking the Exe estuary. With a restaurant from Michelin Starred chef Michael Caines MBE, food and wine are at the heart of any stay at Lympstone Manor, so much so that he's even transforming part of the gardens into a vineyard!
This lavish resort hotel is located in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. With its own golf course, two restaurants and a spa, it's an outstanding retreat for luxury and relaxation. Sample delicious food from breakfast to afternoon tea, or enjoy classic British food in Smith's Brasserie and indulgent fine dining in The Great Western Restaurant.
Deep in the South Hams, close to Kingsbridge and not far from Dartmoor, sits Buckland Tout-Saints and this country manor house surrounded by Devon countryside. With just 16 rooms, this hotel focuses on a personal atmosphere and great service.
A chic, luxury spa hotel with spectacular panoramic views of Salcombe Bay. This waterside location features a coastal retreat spa, private cinema, restaurant with terraces and fresh, seasonal seafood dishes on the menu. ??
Discover the best North Devon has to offer from this tranquil manor house in Umberleigh, set above the Taw Valley. This hidden gem offers an opportunity to relax and recharge your batteries, enjoy a Devon cream tea (cream then jam!), take a stroll in the garden or settle down in front of a log fire.
For a city-based holiday, this Georgian townhouse hotel is located in the centre of historic Exeter, just a short stroll from the main shops and restaurants. Perfect for a break in any season.
This charming seafront hotel in Torquay makes the perfect place to stay on your trip to the English Riviera. Combining old-world grandeur and modern amenities, the hotel has a prime position along Corbyn Beach.
Find relaxed coastal elegance in this stylishly decorated hotel, located close to the beach on the edge of unspoilt Sidmouth. Enjoy panoramic views of the red cliffs of Sidmouth, Lyme Bay and the Sid Valley.
For something a little bit different, try this chic camping stay with all the home comforts you need for a successful holiday. Break free from the hectic routine of modern life and enjoy the scenery and wildlife of the Venn Ottery reserve, just next door. Nearby Honiton offers a pub serving good food and locally brewed beer from the Ottery brewery too!
Reconnect with nature, unwind and relax in this vintage style hut with all the comforts of home. This cute Shepherd's hut has a double bed, camping kitchen and a hot shower. Perfect for a self-catering stay.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Luxury toiletries
- Flatscreen TVs
- Luxury bathrooms
- Swimming pools
- Spa treatments
- Cosy bars
- Award-winning restaurants
Weather-wise, the best time to visit Devon is from June to October, when the temperature is pleasant, and the rainfall is limited. The highest average temperature is 19 degrees C in July. Many of the county's National Trust properties and main attractions open from the beginning of April to the end of October, so if you want to take in some historic houses, then it is worth bearing this in mind.
Whether you're travelling with family, with children, with friends or on your own, Devon offers a great range of accommodation ranging from luxury hotels to glamping adventures.
- Historic hotels
- Country house hotels
- Adventure Glamping
- Boutique hotels
- Comfortable shoes
- Evening attire
- Charging cables
- Waterproof clothes
- Guidebooks and walking maps
Devon is well served by rail as trains from all over the country connect with the mainline from London. By car, the M5 motorway runs into Exeter and has excellent links with other major routes. Many UK airports offer connecting flights to Exeter International Airport and there are also flights to hubs, including Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris Charles de Gaulle.
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Adventure, culture, history, nature, Devon has all these and more. From the great outdoors and exploring wild places like the Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks to fun days out like Babbacombe Model Village and the National Marine Aquarium, there is a huge range of things to enjoy on your Devon holiday.
Escape the everyday with the freedom to explore Devon. From the historic cities of Exeter and Plymouth to the natural beauty of the views from the South West Coastal Path. With so many different experiences to enjoy, Devon has something for everyone.