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Price and Availability Index in Devon
Holiday Letting Price Information in Devon
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Devon. It is during a week of July (20/07 - 27/07) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. Opt for a getaway in January (25/01 - 01/02) for optimal savings when heading to Devon.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Devon
Check how busy Devon is with our availability graph. In July (27/07 - 03/08), only 29 are available. Conversely, 80% of the lettings are still available during a week in October (12/10 - 19/10).
The weather in Devon
Check out the climate diagram for Devon. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is March.
Devon's lovely holiday houses promise a relaxing vacation
South Devon’s prime resort, Torquay, is also known as the ‘Queen of the English Riviera’. The area's a favourite among sun and fun-loving families, while the dramatic North Coast draws droves of outdoor enthusiasts. Whatever you're looking for, you'll find it when you book a Devon holiday house.
Pasties and Cream Tea: Devon is a foodie’s paradise
Devon Cream Tea consists of freshly baked scones, homemade strawberry jam, and lashings of the county’s clotted cream. The thought alone makes the mouth water, and you really can’t visit Devon without experiencing this speciality.
Then there's the savoury Cornish Pasty, which Devonians insist originated in their county. This appetising meal or snack is a vital accompaniment when sightseeing, hiking, or surfing around these parts. Try it as an alternative to that barbie back at the holiday cottage.
North Devon has year-round appeal
The south's palm trees hint at Devon's mild climate and its popularity as a year-round destination. The 16th-century thatched cottages of Cockington, right next to Torquay, are well worth a visit. Brixham’s traditional harbour is another favourite attraction.
Meanwhile, the north coast boasts breezy beaches, including Woolacombe's 5km stretch of sand. It's great for sunbathing summer visitors, although it also beckons surfers over during the winter months. Sightseers also love it for its spectacular views over the Bristol Channel to Wales.
Unravelling the mysteries of magical South Devon
The ancient naval town of Dartmouth is about 35km from Torquay. From here, pleasure boats chug up the tranquil River Dart. You'll love seeing Sir Walter Raleigh's boatyard and other surprises that wait around every bend of the river.
Another treasure you'll come across is Greenway House, the riverside getaway of Torquay-born crime writer, Dame Agatha Christie. There are, of course, obvious clues as to why she chose this as her personal paradise. Road travellers can visit the equally stunning public gardens.
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