Devon has 21% more marriages than the national average and it is easy to see why, with miles of pristine coastline, inland rolling green hills and rugged moors. It’s the ideal location for a romantic retreat.
Dartmouth Steam Train
Take this stylish old locomotive and meander through Devon’s glorious coast and country. The train has its own scenic station in Paignton, where you can travel to the historic town of Dartmouth, walk hand- in- hand as you discover the towns attractive Tudor architecture, cosy old world pubs, and quaint boutique shops. Discover more here
A River Cruise
Enjoy the best of Devon’s beautiful coast line from the Dart Estuary, this round trip offers spectacular views of Baynards Cove, Sir Walter Raleigh’s Boathouse and Greenway Quay, the estate of Agatha Christie. The cruiser is undercover and heated with a fully licenced bar, so why not snuggle up and pop bottle of fizz to complement the experience! For more information and booking
A Walk Along the Beach
The Devon coast offers many secluded coves and beaches. Why grab a bag of chips and have an evening stroll together at the Ness Beach in Shaldon, accessed only by a dark and windy smugglers tunnel, with its dramatic scenery and rugged red cliff faces, this beach is one of the most beautiful to sit and watch the sun go down together.
Have some retail therapy at the craft studios where artisans work in tiny studio shops, hear the blacksmith clicking in his forge, watch the glass blower blow bubbles and all whist taking in the delicious sent of the chocolatier. Visit the website for full details
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