Our Top Recommendations For Must Visit Towns In Devon
Devon’s charming history, exceptional and raw beauty, vast and mixed landscape have created an abundance of fabulous places to visit and explore. Read our suggestions for the must-visit towns in Devon.
Located in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and encircled by woods and flowing streams, Totnes is a blossoming hub of eccentric, vibrant and unforgettable experience. Totnes is recognised for its progressive bohemian vibe, drawing people from all walks of life to experience its music, art and alternative health forms. With a long history, Totnes still runs its fabulous Friday and Saturday market, boasting lovely local and artisan produce. The real charm of Totnes is its clash between old history and architecture and the alternative vibe of people who meander its historic streets.
Wow, where do we start with Dartmouth, if you have been lucky enough to have seen even a postcard of Dartmouth then you will have held the image of this scenic, charming town, and already know that this is one of finest of towns in Devon. Dartmouth is located on the River Dart, within close range of both the South West Coastal path and Dartmoor. This popular harbour town is the ideal area to enjoy fabulous seafood, local ales and take in the colourful views of its famous beautiful boats and homes.
Clovelly is easily one of the most popular amongst people exploring the beautiful towns of Devon. Best known for its narrow cobbled main street, white houses and picturesque beach, this quaint fishing town offers a real step back in time.
Teignmouth, is a stunning coastal town, just a short ferry’s ride away from Shaldon. Its long sandy beaches and fresh local food are what drive so many people to visit each year. Set on the mouth of River Teign and the famous South Devon Coastal path. With a stunning seaside location, you can spend your day enjoying a cream tea whilst watching fishing boats come in and walking along the beautiful promenade. We have a range of Southwest Holiday Cottages to chose from and as well as the accommodation, its equally the lifestyle which has everyone coming back year after year.
So there you have our personal guide to the must-visit towns in Devon. We would love to know your thoughts on these beautiful towns and of course recommendations of places you love to enjoy.