Best Deals for Budget Friendly Accommodation
TQ4 6BA, Paignton, 2 Kernou Road
The P&M Paignton RESIDENCE is just 200 metres from Paignton beach and only a few minutes' walk from the town centre. This AA 5-star rated property is a traditional seaside bed and breakfast, with stylish... read more
£ 63.00View Rates
TQ4 5EX, Paignton, The Riviera
Friendly and family-run, St Marguerite is a newly refurbished Victorian house, offering charming en suite rooms with comfortable king-size beds, only 5 minutes' walk from Paignton seafront and the town centre. St Marguerite is also... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
EX31 1PG, Barnstaple, 124 Pilton Street
With its distinctive Georgian frontage, Yeo Dale hotel is an elegant town house with free Wi-Fi, just a 3-minute walk from Barnstaple town centre. The perfect base from which to explore the North Devon countryside.... read more
£ 49.00View Rates
TQ2 5LH, Torquay, 83 Avenue Road
Crown Lodge provides highly recommended B&B accommodation with free parking and free Wi-Fi, just outside Torquay’s bustling centre and harbour. Torquay Beach is a 15-minute walk away. Crown Lodge is of a 4-star silver award-winning... read more
TQ2 6QH, Torquay, Seafront
Set back from Livermead Beach, the Waters Edge Hotel offers limited on-site parking. Torquay Railway Station is just 500 metres away, while the coach station is 2 km away. WiFi is available in the reception... read more
£ 29.00View Rates
TQ13 9LE, Bovey Tracey, Haytor Road
On the boundary of Dartmoor National Park, less than 3 miles from the A38, this elegant Victorian country house boasts an award-winning restaurant, fireside bistro and an extensive wine list. In a haven of tranquillity,... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
EX6 7YF, Doddiscombsleigh, Dunchideock
This country-house hotel is situated in the beautiful countryside near Exeter. It has free parking, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant which serves fresh local produce. The Best Western Lord Haldon Hotel is 4.5 miles from... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
PL7 1NJ, Plymouth, Longbrook Street
In the charming village of Plympton, near Plymouth, this Georgian manor house combines historic character with modern features, including 42-inch LCD TVs and free internet access. Surrounded by 9 acres of lawns and gardens, St... read more
£ 89.00View Rates
TQ13 8RE, Moretonhampstead, North Bovey, Dartmoor National Park
In the heart of Dartmoor National Park and 15 minutes from the A30, the historic, luxurious Bovey Castle sits high on the valley's edge. It offers a spa and golf course, and free parking. The... read more
£ 103.20View Rates
TQ12 3QH, Newton Abbot, Hackney Lane
Positioned on the northern bank of the River Teign, the Passage House Hotel is less than 1 mile from Newton Abbot Racecourse. With an on-site 18th-century inn, this hotel features beautiful views across the mouth... read more
£ 48.60View Rates
PL20 6EA, Yelverton, Harrowbeer Lane
This delightful little country house offers relaxed surroundings with many of the services of a hotel. Harrabeer is rated Visit England 4-star Guest Accommodation with Silver Award, AA 4 Gold Star Guest Accommodatoin and is... read more
£ 70.20View Rates
TQ2 5JP, Torquay, Falkland Road
This 4-star Silver award-winning Victorian villa is a 10-minute walk to the beach and Torquay Train Station, and 20-minute walk to the picturesque harbour area. The Westgate offers free parking and free WiFi. All the... read more
£ 37.40View Rates
EX18 7BW, Chulmleigh, South Molton Street
Situated in the centre of a small conservation town, this respectfully converted 16th century house offers quality cuisine in a tranquil location. Built around 1520, this thatched, former wool merchant's house is joined by an... read more
EX10 8RU, Sidmouth, Manor Road
Boasting a garden and a terrace, Sidmouth Harbour Hotel is set in Sidmouth. This 3-star hotel features free WiFi and a bar. Guests can chill out in the outdoor swimming pool. All units in the... read more
£ 86.00View Rates
EX13 5TX, Hawkchurch, Hawkchurch
Set in the unspoilt Devonshire countryside, this Edwardian country house hotel offers panoramic views, free Wi-Fi in public areas, free parking and an award winning-restaurant. Situated in peaceful Hawkchurch, the “Village of Roses”, the Fairwater... read more
£ 89.00View Rates
TQ2 5UE, Torquay, Croft Road
The family run Devon Court is located in the heart of Torquay and offers a seasonal outdoor heated swimming pool, sun terrace and picturesque garden for guests to enjoy. It also includes free Wi-Fi and... read more
£ 90.00View Rates
EX32 9AE, Barnstaple, Taw Vale
Situated opposite Rock Park and only a short level walk to the town centre, this modern 4-star hotel offers easy access to the countryside and beaches of North Devon. Guests can use the leisure facilities,... read more
TQ2 5LG, Torquay, 67 Avenue Road
The Harmony Bed and Breakfast is a fully-licensed, adults-only B&B. With an AA 4-star rating, the B&B is just a 12-minute walk from Torquay Beach and Promenade. The Harmony is a detached Edwardian villa that... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
EX39 4AE, Bideford, Barnstaple Street
This historic hotel has first-class food, friendly service and a great location for North Devon's sights, including Clovelly village and the picturesque Tarka Trail for walkers and cyclists. The Royal Hotel is at the eastern... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
EX31 1HG, Barnstaple, Boutport Street
Situated in the lively market town of Barnstaple, The Royal & Fortescue Hotel is just a few steps away from designer shops, restaurants, cafés, and the famous Pannier Market. This historic hotel combines old world... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
Places to Visit in Devon
Though going abroad for a few weeks is fun and it is hard to deny a spot of sun, the British Isles have a lot to offer holiday makers. Boasting beautiful coasts, rolling hills and open wide spaces Britain is not only budget friendly and easy to travel but also worth the visit.
All of the counties offer something different. Each one differs from the last and is unique in its own way. One of the most splendid counties to visit is Devon.
Devon consists of beautiful beaches and lovely coastline. Hikers can explore moors and challenging hills. The outdoors is not everyone cup of tea and Devon appeals to tourists eager to experience the local culture and boutiques as well as sample the unique cuisine.
The British Riviera
Home to the famous Fawlty Towers, the British Riviera includes places such as Torquay and Brixham. The Riviera is an excellent place to holiday due to its general atmosphere that will make you relax instantly. Jump right into the culture by attending festivals and even a regatta. Following the maritime theme, those who are passionate about British history will learn a lot about our naval past here.
It is also home to some excellent restaurants and wonderful accommodation after a long day exploring. This accommodation includes cheap bed and breakfasts to more impressive hotels for you to stay at.
Exeter is steeped in history, with Roman walls still existing around the city. This makes it a perfect place for history buffs to visit. Exeter also offers bustling high streets so collectors can get their shop on at local boutiques.
Due to its size, there is a lot on offer in Exeter, ranging from relaxing spas or historical hotels. Whether you are on a budget or you prefer somewhere smaller to stay, bed and breakfasts are also available in Exeter. There are even more budget-friendly options such as staying on the university canvas, in a hostel or simply in a caravan.
Plymouth is generally for those who want a more exciting time in the evening. Due to the university’s presence there are a selection of venues that make Plymouth’s nightlife great. There are also places to visit during the day in order to soak in culture. Try the theatre, art galleries and even listen to some live music performances. On the flip side, it is also connected strongly to Sir Francis Drake and his game of bowls as well as British history in general.
Plymouth is not short of accommodation. You’ll find humble B&B’S and top star hotels with some including a spa depending on your taste and budget.
South Devon is great for the outdoor lovers. With spacious countryside and a beautiful coast this place is wonderful to explore. This place is perfect for those on a budget because you can simply take advantage of the open spaces. Jump into water sports in the nearby ocean or take a gentle stroll through beautiful fields. If you’re brave enough, there is also Dartmoor for those hungry for adventure. No need to fret though if hiking isn’t your thing, South Devon is an artistic region: music festivals and art shows are not rare here.
If you’re looking for a cheap place to stay, South Devon has you covered. The hotels here are luxurious and dramatic but the B&B’s are authentic and speak true to the Devon experience.
If you love surfing, North Devon is the place to go. With arguably the best beaches in the UK, you’ll often find surfing enthusiasts taking to the waves beside them. If you’re not too keen on water, North Devon also has moorland, towering cliffs and rolling hills for land lovers.
After a long day of enjoying the sea and land, fall onto a comfy bed at a B&B for a good night’s sleep. The primary town is Barnstaple.
Exmoor is definitely for outdoor lovers. Try hiking, horse riding, cycling, rock climbing or even coasteering. The beautiful landscape of Exmoor with its exquisite coastline makes all of this possible. You can also spot little gems such as roaming deer and relaxing seals. Due to the usual clearness of Exmoor’s sky, stargazers are often found visiting Exmoor for a beautiful view.
Exmoor has a lot to offer and can be quite cheap if you simply harness the outside world. You’ll find plenty of hotels and B&B’s here.