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The Devon Experience...
A wonderful combination of town and country life can be experienced in Devon, whatever your interests. Unwind in our beautiful countryside, enjoy the heritage coastline, soak up the history, expand your horizons- and possibly your waistline! The hotels featured on this site offer guests the chance to spend time in the city then relax in the countryside, so take a break and enjoy the best that Devon has to offer!
The M5 is usually the most simple route into Devon from the North and East The M5 runs directly into Exeter, where it then becomes the A38 (to Plymouth). Devon is covered by a number of A roads which you can use to reach most parts of Devon without any hinderance. From Exeter, The A380 (exit off the A38 after approx. 15 miles) will take you right to Torbay, the A30 takes you through mid-Devon, brushing the top of Dartmoor and the A377 will take you to North Devon. From Cornwall, the more common point of entry to Devon is via the Tamar bridge into Plymouth on the A38.
There are two commercial airports in Devon. Exeter International Airport and Plymouth - with Exeter being the more commonly used, larger, airport. Exeter airport is connected to all major airports in the UK, as well as some destinations including Amsterdam, Austria, Spain and even Canada.
Where is Devon?
Devon is located in South West England. Devon shares borders with Cornwall to the west and Dorset and Somerset to the east. Its south coast abuts the English Channel and its north coast the Bristol Channel.
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