Visit Devon


Tourists flock to visit Devon all year round, situated on the South West of England and home to beautiful beaches and picturesque coastline. Home to the Jurassic Coast and various stunning beach side towns, it’s easy to see why Devon is a popular destination for holiday-goers.

Whether you plan on doing lots of outdoor activities, visit museums, or simply take in the spellbinding scenery on a long walk, you’ll find there are plenty of things to do in Devon.

The Jurassic Coast is one of the most popular destinations in Britain, drawing visitors from all over the world. In 2001, the coastline became listed as a World Heritage Site, and it is said that the rocks record around 185 million years of the Earths history.  Whatever the season, the Jurassic Coast provides opportunities for many different and unforgettable experiences, from lazy beach and BBQ days in the summer to brisk wind-swept walks in the winter.

Another beautiful spot in Devon is Watermouth Bay, which is a sheltered bay and village between Hele Bay and Combe Martin on the North Devon coast of England. The picturesque bay offers a safe and fun place for many activities for all ages. Combe Martin Bay has some of the best rock pools in the area, as well as plenty of watersport facilities available.  You can hire kayaks and paddle boards in the village, exploring in the safe water of the bay.

We have a wonderful selection of pubs with rooms in Devon, ranging from dog-friendly pubs to boutique styled pubs in various areas of the county.

Our pubs pride themselves on their homemade meals made from locally sourced produce. Visitors can experience great British food for reasonable prices in comfortable and welcoming surroundings. And of course, what would a pub be without its drinks? Discover the best national ales, craft beer and a selection of fabulous gins in some of Devon’s finest traditional pubs.

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Pubs in The County