Relax in cottages with Hot Tubs in Devon
Devon is a county in south West England. It is nestled between the Bristol channel in the north and the English Channel in the south. Together with Cornwall, the county forms a tourism belt known as the English Riviera.
You will find tons of cottages with hot tubs in Devon, which have come to represent a new and affordable form of holiday accommodation with the added luxury of your own private jacuzzi to relax in.
These holiday lettings feature all the comforts of home plus modern amenities. Apart from hot tubs, you can expect to find fully fitted kitchens, en-suite bathrooms, master bedroom with king-size bed, state-of-the-art entertainment equipment, Wi-Fi, wheelchair access, and decking areas.
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There is never a dull moment in Devon with a wide variety of activities, places to visit and stunning beaches to top up your tan. After spending the days exploring the sights, what better way to relax than sinking into the warm water of your own private hot tub.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Devon
You will be spoilt for choice of holiday activities to do in Devon. Below we have come up with a list of places we think holidaymakers in Devon should visit. Take a look!
Situated deep in the heart of the idyllic Devon countryside on the outskirts of Exeter, this award-winning theme park features over 200 animals, 60 rides, live shows, and attractions including over 75,000ft of adventure play areas and indoor play zones. The perfect day out for all the family to enjoy.
2. Babbacombe Model Village
Experience the world in miniature as you marvel at the thousands of buildings, people and vehicles portraying the country's past and present at Babbacombe model village. Set in 4 acres of landcsaped gardens this attraction really does capture the imagination with animated scenes and a 4D cinema. From dusk onwards, the atmosphere becomes magical as thousands of miniature lights twinkle in the street lamps and inside the houses.
3. Kents Cavern
Discover stone age secrets at one of Devon's top attractions. Kents cavern is the oldest example of a human settlement in the UK and one of the top ice age Neanderthal caves. Take a tour through an extensive array of caverns which are open daily all year round where you will be surrounded by geological features that are over 400 million years old.
4. Woolacombe Beach
Stretching 4.8 kilometers, Woolacombe Beach is the number beach in the UK. Located on the north Devon coast in an area of Outstanding Natura Beauty the golden sands are perfect for lounging on hot summer days. For the more energetic there are plenty of water sports on offer and the beach is especially popular with surfers. While dogs are not allowed in zoned areas of the beach they can be walked in certain areas if kept on a lead. While the sea may not always be warm enough to swim you can return to your holiday cottage and take a dip in the hot tub.
5. Plymouth Hoe
Locally referred as just the “Hoe”, Plymouth Hoe is a large open space in the city of, yes, you guessed it, Plymouth. With breath-taking views that remain to this day as Sir Francis Drake must have viewed them, while playing bowls, waiting for the Spanish Armada to arrive. A host of restaurants, sensory garden, war memorials and statues make this one of the finest public spaces in any city.
6. Paignton Zoo
Paignton Zoo spreads over 80 acres of forest land, boasts over 2000 animals and is home to some of the world's rarest species. Check out the Crocodile Swamp where you will get up close and personal with these huge creatures as well as other reptiles or visit monkey heights. A registered charity Paignton Zoo supports scientific research and conservation efforts both in the UK and abroad. Along with the impressive number of animals there are also some rare plants around the grounds and plenty of play areas, food and shopping to keep the whole family occupied.
7. Exeter Cathedral
900 years old Exeter Cathedral is one of England's finest examples of Gothic architecture and Exeter's most visited landmark. Famous for its 2 Norman towers, impressive carvings and library which boasts many historical documents it is a must see for anyone visiting the city.
8. Cockington Country Park
Fancy a lazy day or a walk with the dog? Welcome to the Cockington Country Park which is the 450 acres of parkland, enchanting woodland and ornamental gardens separating Torquay and Paignton. This large estate dates back to the Domesday book and is the perfect setting to enjoy the picturesque Devon countryside.
9. Royal Albert Memorial Museum
This magnificent Victorian building has 16 galleries of displays including glassware, clocks and watches, exotic animals and fine art. The museum has a busy events program meaning no 2 visits are ever the same and there is always something different to see. Free admission makes this attraction a great way of spending a rainy afternoon.
10. Coleton Fishacre
Since 1982, this property has been under the care and management of the National Trust. It is a 24-acre establishment that contains an elegant house modelled in the arts and crafts style and a beautiful garden featuring plants from the Mediterranean and South Africa. It is an ideal location to spend a day out with the family.
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