Whether in search of challenging walks, time browsing in antiques
shops or fun at the beach, all are available in Devon. There are
country pubs offering a welcome glass of Devon Cider, crafts centres
displaying local pottery, paintings, and jewellery and a host of
historic houses and gardens just waiting to be explored.
Discover Devon's idyllic playground: - Switch off from everyday
life, blow the cobwebs away with a burst of energy and return home
refreshed and invigorated.
Devon is an idyllic playground - from surfing to rock climbing,
sailing to gliding, hot air ballooning to fishing - for an active
Unique with two different coastlines - bare rugged cliffs, surf
washed sands, white pebble beaches, and stretches of golden sands,
stunning resorts, hidden wooded estuaries and the Jurassic Coast
Glorious countryside - green rolling hills, coloured patchwork fields,
high-sided lanes, bustling market towns and villages, thatched white
washed cottages and traditional Devon longhouses.
Wild and wonderful moorland - Dartmoor, in the south, embraces
wild landscapes and picture postcard villages. Exmoor, lies in the
north and combines breathtaking rugged coastline with wild heather
moorland. Rich in history and heritage - where you can step back
in time and explore historic cities, or discover seafaring characters
like Drake and Raleigh, the settings for novels by Agatha Christie
and Conan Doyle, myths and legends.
Your choice of venues now includes not only the local Register
Office but many hotels, castles and stately homes
If you are looking for something a little different try a celebration
at Fishponds House, the Botanical Gardens or even the grandeur of
Broomhill Art Hotel
Every wedding venue claims to be unique – but how many match an intimate hotel with the beauty of a contemporary art gallery and sculpture park?
find out more
Browse our new National Trust page and see if there is a suitable
venue near you for your ceremony and celebration, more