Dock at Brixham
Located on the southern tip of Devon, Brixham is a quintessential English fishing village. Although small, the town has a significant history tied to the local economy, and is still one of the busiest fishing ports in the UK. Aside from its rustic seafaring history, visitors to Brixham will enjoy delving into its arts and culture, and discovering a range of pubs and restaurants serving delicious, local food.
Welcome to South Devon
Devon is one of the most popular destinations for UK breaks, and after just one visit, you’ll know exactly why! Whether you’re planning a romantic weekend getaway, a short break with friends, or to get your adrenaline surging with some of the finest surfing and water sports beaches in the country, South Devon will have you covered. With 3 areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and an eclectic range of beautiful towns and villages like Torcross, Salcombe, and Dartmouth, you’ll have no trouble finding something fun and interesting in south Devon.
Unwind at Coleton Fishacre
Coleton Fishacre is a beautiful and lovingly preserved country retreat from the 1920s, formerly owned by the D’Oyly Carte family. This wonderful country home was designed in the height of the Arts and Crafts movement, and has a number of elegant Art Deco embossments. The house offers a highly personal look into life in the 1920s, and the garden, leading straight to the sea, is the perfect place for a relaxing stroll.
Planning a trip to Brixham? Travelodge Paignton Seafront Hotel is 20 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Torquay Hotel can be reached in half an hour.