Salcombe

Salcombe is one of the most – perhaps the most – beautiful spots in Devon, nay England, wrapped in the wooded hills around the fascinating Kingsbridge Estuary and its multitude of bays, the pretty town clinging to the slopes, and great beaches too... Read More

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Soar Mill Cove

Soar Mill Cove

Owned and loved by the Makepeace family for 35 years, Soar Mill Cove Hotel is a 4 Star independent hotel Located in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Set within 2,000 acres of unspoilt National Trust ... More | Double Room: From £140 | visit website

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Salcombe Harbour Hotel

Salcombe Harbour Hotel
Salcombe Harbour Hotel is in a magical location – it sits on the water’s edge in Salcombe, one of the most beautiful coastal towns in the South West of England. The Hotel has been well-loved ... More | visit website
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Tides Reach Hotel

Tides Reach Hotel

The facilities and atmosphere of the hotel provide the most ideal surroundings for relaxing holidays, short breaks and weekends, when the motor car is forgotten and you simply relax and unwind. Whether you stay in the ... More

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The Lodge Hotel

The Lodge Hotel

The privately run Lodge Hotel was built in the 1830s and has recently been refurbished to create a small friendly boutique Hotel and is positioned between the coastal resorts of Salcombe and Hope Cove, which ... More | visit website

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