A Break In The Southwest

Do you fancy a few days over this festive holiday period away from all the hustle and bustle of the city? A break from the slushy snow on the ground, the masses of people and Christmas shoppers? Take your family away for a winter break to get some fresh countryside air in the Southwest of the country where arguably the most beautiful scenery in the country is situated. Open green spaces, lakes, and the beautiful coastline will feed the satisfaction that your family craves to reinstate their country roots.

Finding somewhere to stay is easy as holiday cottages Devon are plentiful. It is possible to hire both very remote cottages, as well as places near towns and cities, so decide what your family will prefer. Many holiday cottages Devon offer plenty of room for cars, and plenty of extra beds if guests want to visit. It is also important to choose an area of the county that is nearby to activities to keep the family entertained.

Devon is full of all year round sporting activities that will give your family a great adrenaline boost, there are also many other beautiful tourists attractions. Dartmoor in the south of the county has a National Park, Castle Drogo, a prison museum, as well as the house of marbles which will keep the kids mesmerised for hours. Exeter is also a beautiful place to stay with lots to see, there are many architectural wonders dating back to the 14th century and an underground tour is on offer to take visitors around the secrets of the high street.

Plymouth can offer you something slightly different with activities such as clay art and many leisure facilities including an ice rink in the Plymouth Pavilions. There is also the famous Lee Mill which can provide you with any souvenirs of the area that you want to buy.

North Devon is full of beautiful rolling hills and contains a lot more traditional villages and towns so look to this area for holiday cottages in Devon that are quieter and in more secluded areas. Exmoor National park is also situated in this area which offers horse riding as well as many long enjoyable country treks through the woodland and greenery.

Indoor activities are also important as well and many holiday cottages Devon will come with an abundance of board games to get some good healthy family competition going in the evening. You will find log fires in most holiday cottages Devon to keep warm on the snowy evenings as well. Don’t hesitate and book today!

Bill Weston writes on a number of subjects including holiday cottages Devon, Devon cottages and cottages in Devon.

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