One of the largest counties in England, there’s more than enough room for everyone in Devon.  A vast network of over 6000 miles of roads means that it’s possible to venture deep into the soul of this wonderful county, and the 618 churches suggest just how many communities there are waiting to be discovered.  The layers of history are fascinating, from the Bronze Age and Medieval periods on Dartmoor and in other locations, to the fishing traditions on the coasts, where many a famous explorer set sail from.

With exceptional links to literature, including Devon’s very own Agatha Christie, bountiful nature, beautiful gardens, and Devon’s most famous culinary delight, the Devonshire cream tea (jam on top please!), a lifetime isn’t long enough to discover all that’s on offer here.

With a broad array of long-established resorts and a thriving tourism industry, Devon is regarded around England and further beyond as not only a most agreeable place to live in, but a wonderful destination for a holiday.