Welcome to Chudleigh
Set at a midway point between the coast of Devon and Dartmoor National Park, you’ll find stunning natural beauty on all sides when you visit Chudleigh. The town, and the land itself, has a fascinating history stretching back thousands of years. Prehistoric remains have been found in Nearby caves, and an iron age fort once overlooked the town from Castle Dyke.
Potter around Paignton
Paignton is a large seaside town which encapsulates everything that makes a traditional British seaside holiday. Known for its popular sandy beaches and quaint, colourful, genteel buildings, Paignton also has a bustling, lively pier and diverse range of restaurants and bars accommodating for the tourist trade. After just one visit, you’ll see exactly why this has become a favourite resort on the English Riviera.
Soak in the beauty of Canonteign Falls
Situated on the south-eastern edge of Dartmoor National Park, Canonteign Falls is the tallest manmade waterfall in England, close to a beautiful Victorian folly, and surrounded by an enchanting natural paradise. The falls themselves descend a staggering 70 metres, making this one of the most impressive attractions in the whole of Devon.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Chudleigh? Travelodge Exeter M5 Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Torquay Hotel.