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Posted by Anthony Salmon on 25th November 2016 in beaches,blogging,feature and guide,places and travel,seaside, visual arts | south devon,holiday homes devon,devon cottages to rent,south devon holiday cottages,holiday letting devon,south devon cottages,holiday cottages south devon,holiday cottages in south devon,devon holiday homes,cottages in south devon,devon holiday rentals,cottages in shaldon,shaldon holiday homes,shaldon holiday lets,holiday cottages shaldon devon,holiday cottages shaldon,holiday cottages in shaldon devon,holiday cottages in teignmouth,holiday apartments in teignmouth,holiday lettings teignmouth,places to stay in teignmouth devon,places to rent in teignmouth,holidays in shaldon,accommodationshaldon devon

What a difference a day makes. This weeks storm washed this blue motor boat up high and dry on The Ness rocks. This is what was left of the boat 24 hours later. On my way home a small crabbing trawler was heading out to a very rough sea. Brave people....
 

A perfect seaside get away

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 10th February 2018 in Blogging |

A NIGHT AT A SHALDON BEACH HUT.  The perfect place for your seaside break. I visited Beach Hut No1 for the first time early January and knew then, that it was going to be a personal battle to leave again. My wife and I had both been to Shaldon in devon as children and were excited to return. Shaldon is the perfect location to really ‘get away’, tranquil and stunningly beautiful the small coastal village lived up to our fond memories. With weather as expected in January the Beach Hut No1 is still an ideal place to stay to just unwind in luxury, with estuary and beach views from the toasty confines of your hut. Our first morning in Shaldon consisted of wak...
 

The Best places to Experience devon’s Seafood

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 03rd September 2019 in Blogging |

So we are blogging about food, yet again. No surprise there, but one big surprise to us is that people are unsure where to head for the best places to experience devon’s seafood. This could be due to locals trying to keep the local ocean delicacies to themselves or perhaps you are yet to be pointed in the direction of the mouth-watering taste bud sensation that is devon’s seafood scene. We have put together a few of our all-time favourites, guaranteed to keep all visitors to devon satisfied.    Crab Shack - teignmouth    Located in the lovely port town of teignmouth, just a short ferry ride over the estuary from Shaldon is the fabulous Crab Shack. If...
 

Our top Recommends For Must Visit towns in devon

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 07th October 2019 in Blogging | towns in devon

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.   totnes   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 fabulou...
 

Fish Quay opens in teignmouth

Posted by Monica Ducard on 20th April 2016 in News | devon holiday cottages

Fish Quay opens in teignmouth   A £1.1 million Fish Quay has opened in teignmouth, South devon, that was built to help boost fishing, leisure and tourism industries in teignmouth and surrounding areas. Close to our devon holiday cottages, the quay will be the great place for recreational fishing. The regeneration scheme aims to boost the livelihoods of the local South devon fishermen, help retain the fishing heritage of the area and encourage visitors with new facilities and boats. The wooden jetty has been replaced with a new pontoon, as well new equipment for fisherman to process their catches. There has also been an improvement in landing facil...
 

Walkies with Hedley

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 03rd December 2016 in Dog walks | shaldon devon,holiday homes devon,devon cottages to rent,south devon holiday cottages,devon tourism,holiday lettings devon,south devon cottages,holiday cottages south devon,holiday cottages in south devon,devon holiday homes,cottages in south devon,devon holiday rentald,cottages in shadon,shaldon holiday homes,shaldon holiday lets,holiday cottages shaldon devon,holiday cottages shaldon,holiday cottages in shaldon devon,holidays in shaldon devon,accommodation shaldon devon,teignmouth cottages to rent,places to stay in teignmouth devon,holiday cottageteignmouth

Walkies with Hedley on a chilly November morning. The canal was frozen but the walk was lovely and a very festive Robin posed for the camera. The Ted Hughes Poetry Trail has been created at Stover Country Park to celebrate his poetry and long-standing links with devon. Visitors to the Trail can read examples of Hughes’ finest poems relating to the natural world. These poems have been chosen with the help of Carol Hughes to relate to the wildlife to be seen and heard around the Country Park. The Park features sixteen specially-designed ‘poetry posts’, each displaying a poem by Ted Hughes on a theme relating to the natural world. There is also a short Chil...
 
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