Family Friendly Holidays
A county of glorious contrasts – from sweeping beaches to wild moorland – Devon is the most popular family friendly holiday destination in the country. Boasting a plethora of theme parks, award winning beaches and plenty of indoor attractions just in case the weather turns a little less clement, the English Riviera region of Torquay, Paignton, Brixham and Babbacombe is still regarded as the jewel in Devon’s crown. And with that typically warm Devonian welcome extended to visitors of every age, Devon remains the top UK destination for family friendly holidays.
The holiday of a lifetime
With a choice of family friendly hotels, bed and breakfast accommodation, top quality camping and caravan sites and some of the best self catering in the country, you and your family can have the holiday of a lifetime on the English Riviera. Torquay is a family’s dream, with plenty for the little ones to see and do including both indoor and outdoor activity centres, a safe, clean and sandy beach (that officially has the best sand in the UK for building sandcastles!) and lots of opportunities for the adults to relax while the children have fun. All of this is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in England.
Paignton is home to one of the best zoological parks in the UK, with the emphasis firmly on fun and learning all about conservation. For families with an interest in the sea, why not visit Paignton Zoo’s sister venue ‘Living Coasts’ in Torquay and meet some of Devon’s aquatic residents?
A true taste of Devon
For a true taste of Devon, Brixham has one of the largest working fishing fleets in the UK, and their catch ends up on the plates of local restaurants on the same day, giving you a chance to get a real sense of the region’s strong maritime connection.
Devon has something for everyone, making it one of the liveliest, exciting and beautiful destinations for families of all ages. For family friendly holidays that will be remembered for a lifetime, Devon ticks all the boxes.
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Family run, 'Award winning', holiday park situated in the beauty of South Devon’s countryside offering touring, camping, pods, caravans and lodges. Outdoor heated pool, children’s pool, playground, craft room, woodland walks, cycling trails, bar
- Guest Accommodation
This delightful Edwardian residence offers you a stay of total quality with the excellence and value that you would expect from a 4 star “Guest Accommodation”. Situated close to the Riviera Conference Centre, Torre Abbey Gardens ....
- 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
The Commodore is ideally situated on Paignton sea front, with rooms and a guest lounge over looking Paignton green, the pier and the sandy beach.
The Robin Hill is ideally located in a central yet quiet area of Torquay, and is just a brief 500 metre stroll down the hill to the town's harbour, shops, restaurants, bars and seafront. With Standard and Superior accommodation choices, the property
- 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 House
A 19th century Georgian house of great charm and character. Set conveniently just a short level walk from shops, restaurants and harbour. Large bedrooms, parking, licensed, non-smoking.
Located on a quiet tree lined road, overlooking its own private gardens and swimming pool, the hotel offers a range of facilities make your stay a relaxing one.
- Inspector's Choice
Collerton Lodge B&B is a beautiful three storey detached guest house set in a large garden just on the outskirts of Paignton at the entrance to the village of Collaton St. Mary and surrounded by countryside.
Close to the centre of Torquay town on Torbay Road. Waterfront location, built in 1820. One-time home of author Charles Kingsley.