Places to Stay – Accommodation To Suit Your Needs and Budget:
The good news is that no matter what your financial budget, you’ll almost certainly find accommodation that suits your style and budget. Devon and Cornwall both have no end of lodgings for the holidaymaker – Here are some of your accommodation choices:
– Countryside: Devon, Cornwall
– Standard and Luxury hotels: Devon, Cornwall
– Cottage holidays
– Old English Inns: Devon
– Bed & breakfasts (B&B): Devon, Cornwall
– Self catering accommodation
Much will depend on where you wish to be based, and of course what your needs are.
Devon and Cornwall have many reasonably priced Bed & Breakfast lodgings – here, you get a comfortable room (often the home of the owners which offers a very nice homely feel) usually with an en-suite shower and standard amenities such as (basic) TV. A choice of breakfast traditional English or continental) is included in the price of the room and some B&B’s offer dinner as an optional extra. This is great because the holiday-maker has the choice of exploring the town and sampling some of the local cuisine without having to be confined to the B&B at dinner-time.
For those in pursuit of luxury, there are a good choice of quality hotels available. Many of these offer excellent facilities (such as pools & gym) and depending on location may offer breath taking sea views. Expect plush interiors and satellite TV from the better hotels. Standard hotels (2 or 3 stars) are not as fancy and are similar to B&Bs in the standard of accommodation offered.
Self catering accommodation is usually more cost effective as you can decide on your food budget and allows you to decide on whether you whether you prefer to dine in or go out for your meals.
If you’re planning to stay for a week and have a family or group then you may wish to a cottage holiday instead. Cornwall & Devon have a huge range of holiday cottages that can be rented (usually) for a week or more. You can rent a cottage in a peaceful countryside setting, a quiet fishing village or overlooking the sea – the choice is yours! Holiday cottages in Devon & Cornwall typically cost between £500 to £1,000 a week (depending on location & standard).
Finally, if you’re planning to hire a caravan & go camping, there are plenty of caravan and camping sites scattered all over Cornwall & Devon.
If you’re planning a Cottage Holiday in Devon and Cornwall, cottages4you are the specialist providers in this accommodation type, with 9,000 holiday cottages across England, Scotland and Wales.
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