26 July

Beer, Cider & Wine: A refreshers guide!

Beer, Cider & Wine: A refreshers guide!

This summer in Devon is blistering and  begs continual refreshment! We occasionally pop out of the office and enjoy the local fare! Here are some of our favourite drinks this week! Mr Moretti at Ansteys cove! He’s over from Italy! On the Rocks, Torquay sea front! Don’t mention the Rugby!

17 July

GUEST’S GUIDE TO BOOKING A RENTAL!

GUEST’S GUIDE TO BOOKING A RENTAL!

With the large number of companies, owners and agents now marketing holiday homes and with so many properties to choose from, where do you start? Add in the opportunity to “Book Now” on so  many sites, it is no wonder many guests get nervous about who they are dealing with! We have created a short ...

7 July

Take a Break in Beautiful La Clusaz, France

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Take a Break in Beautiful La Clusaz, France

 Take A Break in Beautiful La Clusaz, France.  Looking for somewhere to holiday this year? Come sun or snow, you won’t be disappointed when you choose to visit La Clusaz on the Swiss border of France.  La Clusaz is a ski resort in the French Alps close to the Swiss border. This commune is part ...

2 July

Lost Gardens of Heligan as a Daytrip from Devon

Lost Gardens of Heligan as a Daytrip from Devon

Beautiful Devon is full of nature, countryside and gardens to explore, but if you fancy a daytrip out of the county and deep into the heart of the Cornwall, then why not visit the fantastic Lost Gardens of Heligan, situated in Pentewan. Easily reachable from the heart of Devon by an approximate 75 minute car ...

29 June

Gorgeous Galmpton

Gorgeous Galmpton

Nestled along the River Dart between the two coastal towns of Paignton (2.8 miles) and Brixham (3.1 miles), the quaint and historical village of Galmpton offers an enviable spot for soaking up the year-round delights of Torbay and Devon. The picturesque setting of Galmpton has beguiled and inspired many throughout the ages, from the future King Edward ...

28 June

The 8 Wonders of North Devon

The 8 Wonders of North Devon

The world might only have 7 wonders, but North Devon has 8. 1) Lundy Island With nothing but the Atlantic Ocean between Lundy and America, this secret Devonian paradise beckons any wanderer. The clandestine corner of the Bristol Channel offers a patchwork of activities; you can safari with snorkels, rollick in rockpools and letterbox to ...

20 May

Changing Travel Habits Within The UK

Changing Travel Habits Within The UK

The rise of business trips and visiting friends and family Younger people are more likely to extend business trips into personal holidays, unlike their peers, according to one study. Additionally, 80% of young people. who travel on business, believe that travel reviews are extremely important in making decisions. This coincides with the increasing popularity of ...

13 May

17 Ways To Spend The Perfect Weekend In The English Riviera

17 Ways To Spend The Perfect Weekend In The English Riviera

Let’s go to the English Riviera 1. If you arriving at Torquay train station saunter along Torquay seafront Be sure not to spend too long in Torquay’s train station! Head straight to the seafront and follow it around! 2. Make your way to Abbey Park and stop for snacks at One World Cafe Adjacent to ...

1 May

Holiday Home Google Search Trends Look Like Batman

Holiday Home Google Search Trends Look Like Batman

UK Google search trends have followed the same pattern for over 7 years. The Google Trends tool allows you to see a visual representation of the popularity of search terms, used in Google, over time. After analysis of search terms and variety of terms used for holiday homes, the most common term used by guests ...

23 April

Top 6 Cultural Things to See in Dartmoor

Top 6 Cultural Things to See in Dartmoor

With a diverse and rich cultural heritage, Dartmoor has a wealth of things to see, from prehistoric tombs, medieval buildings and settlements over four thousand years old, to 23 conservation areas and 1,208 scheduled monuments. It has customs and traditions which remain present to this day, including the famous Widecombe Fair. Together, this contributes to ...