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Whether you’re planning your summer holidays in Devon or are looking for somewhere to slip away to in the depths of winter for a romantic break away for two, East Devon and the Jurassic Coast has something to offer you, whatever the weather and whoever you’re with.
Summer in East Devon brings with it days on the beach, a chance to explore the local countryside and balmy nights where you can while away the evening in sophisticated cafés and stylish restaurants.
East Devon offers a bounty of attractions, perfect for families, couples and even backpackers. The majority of the area, such as East Devon and the imposing Blackdown Hills, has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, along with the Jurassic Coast, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. So if you’re looking for wildlife, sites of historical interest or simply a chance to lose yourself in some of the UK’s most stunning countryside then East Devon is an absolute must.
The warm weather also brings with it a chance to enjoy outdoor things to do in Devon, such as the famous Sidmouth Folk Festival and the arts and crafts of the Devon County Show. Wherever you decide to explore, you won’t be short of places to stay. East Devon has an astonishing range of accommodation to choose from such as family-friendly B&Bs, luxury self-catering cottages for hire and discreet luxury hotels, of which some have played host to many visiting celebrities.
The chillier weather offers the opportunity to get cosy in East Devon's rustic pubs serving delicious Devon food and drink. In addition to snuggling up in front of real fires and enjoying local food, autumn and winter bring with them a host of festivals and fairs. Visit Ottery St Mary on November the 5th and you could find yourself caught up in the 17th Century spectacular tradition of tar-barrel rolling, or visit Beer for their annual Rhythm and Blues Festival. Wrap up and enjoy a brisk coastal walk along the award winning South West Coast Path, your chance to view stunning Sidmouth and Branscombe from great heights.
The weather doesn’t have to determine when you take your holidays in Devon. Our website can tell you when you can see the events that will make your holiday one to remember.
To find out more about East Devon, please visit: www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk/explore-south-devon/east-devon.
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Aerosaurus Balloons provide champagne Hot Air Balloon Flights across the South West, with Balloon Rides over some of the most spectacular areas of the UK. We have over 20...
Crealy Meadows is much more than another Caravan and Camping Site; it’s the ultimate family holiday destination in Devon. Set amidst glorious Devon countryside, you’ll wake...
Crealy Great Adventure Park & Resort is a multi award-winning theme park featuring over 60 rides and attractions. The number one day out in Devon, Crealy caters for the whole...
Located at the heart of Sidmouths Regency Esplanade, the Elizabeth is in a stunning location looking out over the red sandstone cliffs of the World Heritage Coast. All are...
Dukes provides good value comfortable ensuite accommodation and a relaxed feel in the bar and public areas.
One of Sidmouth seafront oldest and most historic buildings...
A relaxing retreat at the centre of Sidmouth's delightful Regency seafront, , whilst still retaining the ambience, service and hospitality for which the hotel has become...
Explore the beautiful East Devon coastline with its precipitous cliffs, beaches packed with fossils, incredible eateries and coastal villages await you as you walk through...
The Dower House is a 10 bedroom boutique hotel which has been refurbished to provide high quality accommodation. We pride ourselves on our green credentials deploying both...