Welcome to Paignton Hotels on the English Riviera, one of the UK’s most relaxed holiday destinations on Devon’s south coast.
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With our mild climate, beaches, rugged coastline and quaint fishing villages, it’s no wonder that Devon is Britain’s most popular holiday destination.
Our comprehensive guide to activities and accommodation in South Devon – including Paignton Hotels, Torquay, Brixham, Babbacombe, Dartmouth, Teignmouth, Dawlish Warren and Devon Hotels – offers a range of accommodation from budget to luxury, including apartments, holiday flats, bed & breakfasts, guest houses, hotels and self-catering …an excellent online holiday guide for anyone planning to visit South Devon.
Here you’ll find our best selection of places to stay in South Devon – perfect if you are planning holidays, or just a romantic weekend away in Devon. With our extensive range of Special Offers in Paignton Hotels, you’re sure to find a place to suit all budgets and requirements.
The English Riviera certainly doesn’t disappoint for great family holiday Devon Beaches. The pick of the bunch includes Goodrington Sands Beach which is ideally placed adjacent to Quaywest Waterpark. There’s some great rock pooling to be had on this beach as well.
The wedge of land between Dartmoor and the sea contains fertile pastures, backing onto some of Devon’s most popular coastal resorts. Chief of these is Torbay, an amalgam of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham, together forming the nucleus of an area known as “The English Riviera“.
To the south, the estuary port of Dartmouth is linked by riverboat to historic and almost unspoiled Totnes. West of the River Dart, the rich agricultural district of South Hams extends as far as Plymouth, cleft by a web of rivers flowing off Dartmoor. The main town here is Kingsbridge, at the head of an estuary down which a ferry runs to the sailing resort of Salcombe.
Inland, Devon is characterised by swards of lush pasture and a scattering of sheltered villages, the county’s low population density dropping to almost zero on Dartmoor, the wildest and bleakest of the West Country’s moors.