Bulverton House, 5 Star Luxury Self Catering for your Devon Holidays
A holiday in England's County of Devon can open your eyes to a land of contrasts, offering the best of countryside and coastline, ancient ruins and modern shopping centres, rustic farmhouses. Devon is perfect for families, couples or even those who’ve decided to take a break on their own. If you’re after an adrenaline hit as part of your downtime, then you can find out the best places for climbing, white water rafting, horse riding and a host of white-knuckle fun activities. However, if your idea of things to do in Devon centres around peace and quiet, tranquility is something that Devon’s not short of. Hit one of the glorious beaches, ramble in miles of unspoilt countryside, visit ancient castles, browse art galleries, take a boat trip, visit some awe-inspiring gardens or simply while away the hours in a quiet café.
Bulverton House offers fantastic value for money for anyone holidaying on a budget. You don’t have to dig deep to have a great time. In fact, there are plenty of free things to do on your holidays in Devon. There are rock-pools to be explored, scenery to take in, running, swimming, cycling, to name but a few.
Many of our visitors take their Devon holidays in the winter months, when the landscape takes on a completely different but equally charming character. Coming to Devon in the colder seasons doesn’t mean you’ll be stuck for things to do – there’s plenty to do at any time of year, regardless of the weather. You might want to take advantage of the coastal winds and do a bit of windsurfing, go to the theater, take a craft workshop, wander through some historic houses and castles, paint some pottery, take a wine tour or go shopping.
Please have a look around our site to see the 5 Star accommodation we offer, just one mile from the Jurassic Coast at Sidmouth, the perfect location for your Devon Holiday. We are sure you will be pleasantly surprised at how competitive our pricing is.
If anyone wonders the location of the 'desert island' in the photograph at the top of this page, it is part of the Exe Estuary at Exmouth, Devon ! 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Photograph - Geoffrey Roe