Spring Breaks Devon
You don’t have to wait until the summer to enjoy the best of what South Devon has to offer. The sheltered position and mild climate of the English Riviera means that the region is the perfect destination at any time of year. Spring in South Devon is particularly beautiful, when the region bursts into a vibrant tapestry of colour. Spring also tends to come early to this sheltered part of the country, and from early April onwards the weather is warm, sunny and mild.
Out of season breaks
Spring in South Devon also gives you a chance to enjoy the delights of the region without battling the crowds. Great transport links to the rest of the country and Europe mean that destinations like Torquay, Brixham, Paignton and Babbacombe are accessible all year round. Because the region is protected by Dartmoor to the north west, the English Riviera enjoys a microclimate that means even the early days of spring are milder than in the rest of the country. This gives you a perfect opportunity to explore the great outdoors and discover bluebell woods, carpets of crocuses and a host of other glorious sights. The region is perfect for those who love outdoor activities, and for water sports lovers the sea is warm enough for a dip from April onwards.
Off peak accommodation
Unlike many other ‘seasonal’ regions, the English Riviera is a year round destination. The vast majority of our award-winning accommodation, hotels and self-catering welcome visitors throughout the year, with many offering off-peak deals that make the English Riviera a real value-for-money destination. Choose from luxury modern apartments overlooking the pretty towns of Torquay, Babbacombe or Brixham or a traditional Devon self-catering cottage complete with thatched roof and a garden full of spring flowers.
No matter what time of year you choose to visit South Devon, there is one thing you can be certain of and that’s a warm welcome. To find out more about Spring breaks in the English Riviera and for accommodation details and booking, simply browse our website. With information on spring events, hotels and things to do, you can discover a whole new Springtime Devon!
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- Self Catering
Nestling close to the harbour in the idyllic seaside town of Paignton, Harwood Lodge is ideally situated for you to enjoy all the charms of the English Riviera.
Hotel in a quiet residential area. Entertainment every night, including music, dancing, cabaret and disco. Sun terraces and garden.
Prices Fromfrom £25.00 to £50.00 Per room (breakfast included)
- Holiday Park
Bona Vista is a small, peaceful, homely site nestling amongst the rolling hillside, with panoramic views. The site is laid out on an acre with all car parking is together at the front, leaving the park quiet and traffic free.
- Self Catering
Spacious self contained holiday flat; easy walk to St Marychurch shopping precinct, model village, Babbacombe Downs and Cliff Railway to Oddicombe Beach.
- Guest Accommodation Award
The Downs is on the seafront bordering the Babbacombe Downs. Situated on the clifftop we have 12 en-suite rooms, 8 with balconies enjoying fabulous unobstructed sea views along the coastline to Teignmouth and over Lyme Bay all the way to Portland Bil
Cary Court, a “Plantation style” house quietly situated in a leafy conservation area of Torquay. Just five minute walk to the harbourside restaurants, pubs, clubs,theatre and shopping areas. Tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished...
- Guest Accommodation
Ferndale Lodge is a family run guesthouse. within walking distance of Torquay town centre, harbour and beaches.
Perfectly situated for easy access to all Torquay's tourist attractions.
Large Car Park
Free Wi-fi access
Families and dogs welcome.
- Guest House
Seaviews by the coast midway Dartmouth/Kingswear & Brixham. Close to National Trust properties - Greenway & Coleton Fishacre, coast path, beaches & coves.
All rooms have a sea or country views.
Car Park - Licenced - Breakfast Award - Dog Friendly
The Grand Hotel is an AA 4 Star hotel and also holds an AA Rosette for Fine Dining. It boasts breath-taking sea views and is adjacent to the train Station and Cricket and Rugby Clubs of Torquay.
- Self Catering
A charming Victorian villa, built in 1883. Sympathetically converted into eight self-contained apartments and set in its own spacious grounds. We welcome families with children of all ages and well behave dogs, Chelston Dene is for non-smoking guests