Devon hotels offer a choice of hotel types across the region to suit all tastes and budgets. Take your pick from character deco Torquay hotels, why not stay in the Torquay hotel where Agatha Christie spent her honeymoon!, to city centre hotels with style in Exeter, perfect for Devon weekend getaways. Devon luxury hotels abound. Choose from many a divine Dartmoor leisure hotel with luxury leisure facilities, or opt for a North Devon Coast hotel with panoramic coastal views.
Devon restaurants in luxury Devon hotels with 4 or 5 star ratings offer superb local Devon produce, so if you're looking for a romantic break Devon hotels with four poster rooms and renowned restaurants, often run by famous chefs, are just the ticket! There's a choice of countryside hotels in Dartmoor and South Hams, or in the heart of Devon. Choose a Lynton or Lynmouth luxury hotel, a popular haunt for those in search of divine Devon hotels on North Devon's glorious coastline.
Looking for conference hotels in Plymouth, Exeter, Barnstaple and in Dartmoor well you'll find them aplenty and in with the benefit of numerous outdoor teambuilding activities. Choose a Devon coast conference hotel and get your team in the water - surfing or sailing anyone. Fantastic choice, from all inclusive hotels in Torquay and the English Riviera with in-house entertainment and swimming pools, or tucked away hotels on the Devon Coast and Dartmoor. Expect style, originality and real character in Devon Hotels
Torquay is one of the most attractive seaside resorts on the coast of Devon. It is part of what the Victorians called the English Riviera, and many white villas can be seen glistening among the green hilltops by the coast. Torquay also has a wonderful harbour, pier and promenade. Loads more information can be found in the iknow-Devon Tourist Information Pages on Torquay.
Hotels in Torquay are quite numerous, and many of them still retain that Victorian feel, even though there are many new modern additions. Some of Torquay's hotels have stunning views of the coast, like The Hotel Balmoral. Some of them are closer to the beaches or town centre.
Typcially, though, a Torquay hotel can cost anywhere from under £25 to over £45. Cheap hotels in Torquay could cost as little as under £25 per person per night, and may or may not come with a breakfast. For budget Torquay hotels, you would be looking to pay between £25 and £35, and for this price you may get a similar service to a cheap hotel, but with perhaps a better room with a view, or a wider choice of breakfast. A luxury hotel in Torquay would cost at least £45 per night per person, but for this you will get everything from a breakfast, en-suite bedroom, as well as possible access to the hotel's leisure facilities: swimming pool, sauna, gym, spa etc.
Exeter is an historic city on the River Exe in east Devon. It has a thriving tourism industry, and there are plenty of things to do and places to visit, for instance the Medieval Underground Passages. For more details about Exeter's attractions, take a look at the iknow-Devon Tourist Information Pages on Exeter.
There are however plenty of hotels in Exeter, ranging from country house hotels, chain hotels, to city centre hotels. The price for a room in a hotel, on a per person per night basis, could be from under £25 to over £45. A cheap to budget hotel in Exeter would cost between £25 and £35, and may or may not include breakfast (you must check with the proprietor). A four or five star luxury hotel in Exeter will cost at least £45, but will include breakfast: full English, Continental, buffet; ensuite bedroom, as well as other hotel amenities like gym, swimming pool, sauna and spa (again, for these, you must ask if they are available).
Plymouth is a large coastal city in the south of Devon. It has a long maritime history, and has seen major events such as the Pilgrim Fathers' journey to America on the Mayflower. And notable people such as Sir Francis Drake have lived and worked here. If you want to find out about what to do and where to go, take a look at the iknow-Devon Tourist Information Pages on Plymouth.
There are lots of Plymouth hotels to choose from. And many of these have great views of some of Plymouth's best scenes, like the Hoe, Plymouth Sound and the historic Barbican. Typically hotels range in price from under £25 to over £45. Cheap Plymouth hotels could cost under £25 per person per night, but this may not include breakfast. Some of the larger hotel chains would fit into this category. A night in a quality budget Premier Inn in Plymouth would cost around £25 each (based on two people sharing a room: around £50), but would not include breakfast. For bed and breakfast, as well as access to the hotels amenities, you would probably have to book a room in a 3, 4 or 5 star luxury Plymouth hotel.
Ilfracombe is located on the north coast of Devon. It is one of Devon's most popular tourist seaside resorts, and has been serving holiday-goers as far back as Ilfracombe's boom-time Victorian period. The beautiful coastline and rugged hills create the backdrop to this popular town, and, with its Victorian heritage visible in many of the hotels and buildings, you can't go far wrong with a place like this. For more in-depth information on Ilfracombe, visit the iknow-Devon Tourist Information Pages on Ilfracombe.
Many of the hotels in Ilfracombe are of an old character Victorian style. In general, the cost of Ilfracombe hotels can be from as little as £25 to over £45 per night per person. But of course this depends on what you want from the hotel. A cheap hotel in Ilfracombe can be found for as little as £25 per person, but for this you may or may not get a breakfast. It's always better to enquire about what the hotel offers, especially if you're on a budget. A good example of a lower-priced hotel with B&B is the Cairn House Hotel.
However, if you want all the creature comforts, the breakfasts and access to leisure facilities and the like, you would do well to look at 3, 4 or 5 star luxury Ilfracombe hotels. But this will cost at least £45 per person per night.
Much of difference in price between Ilfracombe hotels, however, depends on a variety of factors. Ilfracombe is great place for beaches, entertainment (the famous 'Victorian Week in mid-June), golfing holidays, boat trips etc. Any hotel that has immediate access to these will be slightly more costly than a hotel further away. Budget Ilfracombe hotels are good intermediates if you're looking for a balance between the factors mentioned above. You can look through the iknow-Devon - Ilfracombe - hotel accommodation listings. There are loads of hotels listed there.
Woolacombe is situated on the north Devon coast and is regarded as one of the (if not the!) premier surfing spots in the UK. Its beach is 2.5 miles long and slopes gently towards the sea. On numerous occasions has Woolacome beach been voted in among the top ten beaches of the world, and in the years 2005, 2006 and 2007 was awarded Blue Flag status. For more detailed information on Woolacombe, see the iknow-Devon Tourist Information on Woolacombe.
There are lots of Woolacombe hotels to choose from. Many of the hotels are close to the beaches, and cost from under £25 to over £45 per person per night. A budget Woolacombe hotel should cost between £25 and £35, but for this price you may or may not get a breakfast. It's always a good idea to ask the proprietor for specific details. Often with cheaper hotel rooms in Ilfracombe, there is either no en-suite, or the bathroom is located in a different room from the bedroom (across the corridor etc). For more 'privacy' (en-suite), you may have to look at either 3 star Ilfracombe hotels or 5 star luxury Ilfracombe hotels.
Exmouth is situated on the east coast of Devon, and is well-regarded as a family-friendly holiday seaside resort. There are numerous things to do in Exmouth, from cliff and beach walking (Exmouth is very close to the Jurassic Coast) to bird watching and swimming in the sea. Loads more details can be found in the iknow-Devon Tourist Information Pages on Exmouth.
Exmouth hotels are similar in price to those of many other holiday destinations in Devon: they range from under £25 to over £45, depending on the location, what services are on offer in the hotel, hotel room views, B&B options, ensuite facilities etc. These all affect the price in some way or other. But generally speaking, a budget hotel in Exmouth should cost between £25 and £35 and may or may not include breakfast. Luxury Exmouth hotels should cost at least £45 but will include all the necessities and amenities that go along with this class of hotel: breakfast, en-suite bedroom, possible access to leisure facilities and so on.
It is also important to be aware that some hotels are pet friendly, while others are not. It is always better to check these details (by email or telephone) with the proprietor of the hotel accommodation.
Exeter townhouse small hotels are particularly numerous, and often luxurious. All the Devon seaside resorts such as Ilfracombe, Torquay, Paignton, Babbacombe and Teignmouth and Sidmouth have small and friendly hotels aplenty, many on the promenades offering superb Devon coastal views. Smaller hotels have more of a guesthouse feel, where you're assured a little extra attention, but with all standard amenities you'd expect from hotel service, including in-house bar and restaurant service . Most are family run and privately owned, with a more relaxed atmosphere than a large hotel. Many serve food using fresh local produce and many have superb AA rosette restaurants. Small Devon Coast hotels are often renowned for their seafood!
In Devon you'll find a few de-luxe country house hotel chains renowned for luxurious good sized hotels situated in rural surrounds, all uniquely decorated and often old historic buildings renovated to include all modern amenities including luxurious leisure, conference and wedding facilities.