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HILLHEAD

Hillhead is set in twenty acres of the south Devon countryside with lovely veiws of mansan bay and Torbay,it has a lovely pool,clubhouse and childrens play area and is in an excellent position for exploring devon.

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  • Related to: Camping, Family Travel
  • Written November 13, 2004
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SOUTHLEIGH CARAVAN PARK

Southleigh caravan park is surrounded by Devons beautiful countryside with lots of attractions near by,it has a lovely clubhouse with good entertainment a lovely outdoor swimming pool and a shop on site.

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  • Related to: Camping, Family Travel
  • Written November 13, 2004
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Finnlake holiday park: EXCELLENT LOCATION!!!

Finnlake holiday park is situated in an exellent location for exploring devon,ive stayed here 6 times and its only down the road from where i live but we love it.Its set in 130 acres with lots of activities,theres a nine hole pitch and putt golf course,coarse fishing(no licence needed) an indoor and out door swimming pool with water slide,play area for children and great entertainment,you can take your own caravan or tent otherwise they have some lovely lodges to rent.

Fantastic river walks.

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  • Related to: Fishing, Camping, Golf
  • Written November 12, 2004
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Beverly Park: Carry on Camping!

We stayed here for 3 weeks in between houses, plus members of the leisure club.

Great campsite which has won numerous awards. 3 pools, one indoor, with sauna, steam room & jacuzzi, childrens play area, crazy golf, restaurant & bar with nightly entertainment in the season. Internet access in the reception. Showers & Loos are kept very clean.

They take tents, caravans, motor homes, plus they also have a range of their own static caravans for you to hire. Try to get a pitch or static with a sea view.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Family Travel
  • Written July 29, 2004
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Imperial Hotel Torquay: 5 Star Sleeping



The Imperial is the only 5 star hotel south west of Bristol, not the most externally attractive of hotels especially considering it was built in 1866. Wonderful views over Tor Bay, streching over to Berry Head in Brixham. Everything & more you would expect from a 5* establishment is here, swimming pools, 24hour room service, babysitting, beautiful interior decor etc. The hotel does not have much land attached, but it does have a small private beach.

They have two restaurants here, 1 formal & the other less so, I have eaten in both, very recommended.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written July 29, 2004
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Burgh Island Hotel: Art Deco Style



The Burgh Island is home to the wonderful art deco Burgh Island Hotel. The hotel, first built in the late 1800s was later renovated to the art deco building you can see today.

They have a mermaid rock pool for you to swim in, A beautiful art deco interior & furnishings for you to admire, sauna, tennis court etc. All you would expect from a hotel of this level, their dress code is very smart to glamerous.

A variety of famous people stayed here during its hay day including Agatha Christie, Amy Johnson, Winston Churchill, the Duke & Duchess of Windsor to name a few.

At low tide it is possible to walk to the Island at high tide there is a huge tractor which takes you across.

Rooms start at £260.00 per night

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written July 13, 2004
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Eggworthy Farm Bed & Breakfast: Great B & B in Dartmoor

Great little hideaway in Dartmoor. Linda Landick makes you feel very welcome and makes the best breakfast. This bed and breakfast is on a working farm with many sheep and wild horses around.

Rooms are large, some with ensuite. The views are of rolling countryside.

It cost us ý20pppn b & b

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written April 29, 2004

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Woolacombe Bay Hotel: Woolacombe's Finest

When I was younger there were dozens of hotels in Woolacombe but sadly now most of them have been made into flats. The Woolacombe Bay Hotel is a 3* Hotel nearly on the beach.

It is a lovely hotel with a fine restaurant and bars. It has indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a floodlight outdoor tennis court. Squash courts and full gym.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Spa and Resort
  • Written April 13, 2004

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Barton Hall: More childhood memories

Back in the 80's I would go every August with my family to Barton Hall. Now run by different management, it is now a childrens activity centre catering for archery, absailing, dry slope skiing, orienteering and quad biking amongst others.

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  • Written March 8, 2004
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Lee bay hotel: very off the road

Its a miracle that the touroperator found this hotel it was very off the road in a tiny place.

The food was marvellous here. A great example of how good english food can be. A three course breakfast and dinner from wich i liked the dessert tray the best. Cakes and crumbles, icecreams, fresh fruit, you name it.

The hotel also has a nice garden for a short walk to let all the food digest a little bit. And the beach was near the hotel too.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written May 16, 2003
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N/A: Caravan Park near Teignmouth

I stayed in a caravan park in the late 80's with my parents, that is now sadly shut down.
The area (close to Teignmouth) is a lovely area of Devon, with great beaches and quiet serene towns and villages.

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  • Written April 30, 2003

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The Rising Sun, Lynmouth: Shelly's Cottage

This was apparently where the poet Shelly used to stay and is incredibly picturesque. The architecture in this little village lends itself perfectly to a chocolate box or picture postcard. This Inn has an excellent view of the boats bobbing in the harbour

Overlooking the harbour

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Budget Travel, Historical Travel
  • Written November 8, 2002
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"Clooneavin" Appartments: Self Catering with a View

Clooneavin was once a grand, and very beautiful country house. The property is absolutely huge, and has been split into several self contained appartments. The property sits half way up the hillside, so is perfectly situated between Lynmouth harbour at the base of the hill, and Lynton which sits on the top of the hill.

The unique qualities of this property are its location and, not being a hotel, the freedom of choice available re where you choose to eat and at what time you take your meals.
The cost of renting one of the flatlets for a week was £220, which we thought was excellent value for money.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written September 13, 2002
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