Welcome to Bed and Breakfast Devon
Bed and Breakfast in Devon is the preferred option these days especially for those taking on a physical challenge on many of the outdoor activities available in an area of outstanding natural beauty and where a hearty breakfast is provided at a time to suit enabling a stress free all needs met holiday. Bed & Breakfast Devon gives a warm welcome, a comfortable space to rest and relax, refreshments and breakfast served and inclusive, and is more of a personal service than many hotels due to their smaller size and often secluded and tranquil settings but close proximity to local amenities and be on route or central to Devon’s top attractions. Booking is easy and secure online with an opportunity to read guest experience and reviews to help make informed choices for suitable accommodation close to Devon attractions and beaches.
Trusted sites will present you with detailed information about rooms, facilities and photos showing you offers and best prices on TripAdvisor and Trivago with links to easy booking and secure payments on booking.com. Devon is a beautiful holiday hot spot with extensive protected landscapes, nature reserves, coastal walks along the 300 miles of coastline in Devon that is half of the entire 630 miles of the South West Coastal path, and 64 listed beaches of every description, for surfing, swimming, sailing, fishing and family fun.
On top of this there are many secret coves especially around Exmoor with some great diving sites.North Devon has a fantastic surf vibe where you will often spot celebrities with their surf boards, and also popular with families and festival goers. Croyde Beach boasts a seaside award and is the place for serious surfers who like to hang out. Westward Ho ! Beach has the greatest awards including a blue flag for it’s water quality, a seaside award for high standards and an award of excellence.This beach is great for families and thrill seekers with great waves and rock pools and golden sands for the kids.Saunton Beach is also great for surfing in particular the long board competitions are held here. Woolacombe Beach is a large expanse of sand and is safe for children and a chance to ride a horse among the many activities on offer, then leading on to Putsborough Beach sheltered by the rugged cliffs and Barricane Beach, a truly romantic cove.
The closer you get to Exmoor, you will find more and more daring adventures, with caves and cliff drops, canoeing and coasteering to get up close to nature and challenge yourself with Combe Martin being an excellent beach to hire or book professional lessons.Lynton Beach is only for the brave when it comes to water activities but the views are worth the effort especially on the cliff railway. If you enjoy walking and spectacular scenery take the coastal path from here and head to Woody Bay, through valleys and woodlands then to Heddons Mouth where the river takes you to the sea and under the giant cliffs of Exmoor’s edge you can swim and sunbathe in total bliss away from the crowds. Ilfracombe has 3 beaches and a harbour where Verity gets you thinking then you can take a boat trip around the stunning coastline or to the marine nature reserve at Lundy Island.
With so much to do, walkers come to Devon on short breaks to do small sections at a time and surfers come all year round, but winter bringing in larger waves. Golf competitions generally run from spring and are usually held over 3 or 4 days depending how well they do. All these activities and places of interest brings year round tourism and increasingly people are coming for shorter breaks several times a year rather than the usual annual weeks holiday.This provides visitors with seasonal differences to sample more of this unique nature and experience the many attractions Devon has to offer.