Today – Luxury winter breaks in Devon
Oh, don’t luxury winter breaks in Devon’s sound appealing? I absolutely adore a winter break and I am a firm believer that holidays are not just for the summer. We need to rest, relax and recharge all your round and especially when it’s darker and colder. It’s the very best way to avoid the winter blues.
And Devon? Well, Devon has so much to offer all year round.
Where to stay – luxury winter breaks in Devon
Let me tell you about Moorvista a luxury property in the South Devon countryside.
Moorvista is an architect-designed new build house situated in a beautiful village called Modbury. Modbury is situated between Salcombe and Plymouth and is packed with independent local shop, cafes and pubs and which is perfect for those who don’t want to venture far.
Moorvista has everything you could want from a holiday cottage. It sleeps 8 people so you could have a family gathering or holiday with friends and have a great catch up. It houses a games room with pool table and table tennis, as well as its own swimming pool There is a garage parking for two cars and it sleeps up to eight people.
Oh sitting round that fire pit on a dark evening snuggled in a blanket would just be wonderful, wouldn’t it?
Or how about relaxing in Moorvista’s beautiful lounge?
Oh these luxury winter breaks in Devon look divine
And do look at that wood burner in the lounge. How gorgeous is that? Plus there is underfloor heating throughout the family bathroom, kitchen/living/diner area on the ground floor. perfect for a winters retreat.Plus you get great wifi..now that is always a bonus isn’t it.
Take a look at the views – amazing.perfect to sit juts there with a mug of tea and a good book.
Oh and did I show you the kitchen? It is sleek modrn and lovely, you can dine inside and out too.
And the bedrooms are simply gorgeous.
If you follow the link above there are lots more photos of this stunning south decon property to view,I do love to show you lovely holiday cottages.
Decon is a great place to visit in the Winter as it has so much to offer. Let ‘s take a look.
Things to do in South Devon in the winter
Visit Woolacombe beach
Because South Devon is so beautiful it is very popular in the summer months and the beaches can feel busy.
Visiting in winter means you have lots of lovely beach for yourself and South Devon has so many. Woolacombe beach is perfect for kite flying and rock pooling, and a bracing walk by the sea.
Walking the south west coastal path
Coastal paths are not just for summer and they can look completely spectacular covered in frost. The sea looks so different too in the winter and can be absolutely awe-inspiring in its wildness. A good long walk is a great excuse for a hot chocolate by a warm fire and an early night
Exeter Christmas Market
South Devon towns have a host of great galleries and independent shops, perfect some Christmas shopping. Newton Abbot or Totnes are well-known for their lovely shops. Exeter Christmas market opens on Nov 16 and is considered one of the very best in the UK. It takes place on the Cathedral village green so you could pop in the Cathedral for a visit whilst you are there too if you wished.
Candlelit Dartmouth is an event which takes place annually in December in Dartmouth, It is traditional and fun and just perfect for families, You get to see Santa arrive by boat, a lantern procession, hear Christmas music played and visit their market stalls. You combine it with a visit to the castle too.
Saltram House is a National Trust property based in Plymouth that comes into its own in winter. This lovely house is magically decorated throughout, inspired by well-known fairy tales and the gardens will all be illuminated. Doesn’t it sound gorgeous? The National Trust in South Devon has a whole host of fun winter events so do take a look.
I really could go on and on. South Devon is simply full of wintery delights and it really does make it a great time to visit. Luxury winter breaks in Devon are hard to beat. No better place to expore, to relax and to unwind.
Luxury winter breaks in Devon is a collaborative post – you might also like my post on lovely things to do in Devon at Christmas