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Devon and Cornwall
Devon and Cornwall
Average Flight Price
640 $
Price per night, 5 Stars Hotel 479 $
Price per night, 4 Stars Hotel 166 $
Price per night, 3 Stars Hotel 142 $
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Flight + nights stay in a star hotel / double room, is 
These values represent only an estimate of costs for travels from New York, bought in 2014-08-05 with departure date in 2014-10-19 and return date in 2014-10-27 . These values refer the best quality and price according to parameters of selection set by Bananatrips. Prices may have changed since date of publication and will also depend on the specific date of reservation. The success in obtaining good prices is to make reservations in advance. For specific values in other dates please REQUEST A SEARCH BEFORE MAKING YOUR RESERVATION.
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Devon & Cornwall are full of beauty - untouched, undiscovered and wild places to see. With a mild climate, a predominately rural landscape and some of the world's most stunningly beautiful coastline, England's two most south-westerly counties promise a perfect destination, whatever the time of year.

Few other places in England can claim such a rich heritage. You can visit King Arthur's Castle at Tintagel and feel the Arthurian legend come to life.


With over 350 kilometres of coastline, Devon & Cornwall is the place to be, from historic fishing villages to sophisticated resort towns, with great surfing spots.

Dramatic landscapes, the cliffs and bays of Cornwall and the National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor

The Tate St Ives (one of the four Tate Galleries in the UK) and the Eden Project (www.edenproject.com)



The River Tamar divides the counties of Cornwall and Devon. This region forms a peninsula, located in the southeast of England. Along the Cornwall and Devon seashore are busy fishing villages, numerous creeks and estuaries as well as modern, cosmopolitan resorts like Torquay and Dartmouth in Devon, or St Ives and Newquay in Cornwall. The north coast of Cornwall and Devon is impressive and rocky, with beaches such as Woolacombe, Saunton Sands, Gwithian and Bude offering extended stretches of golden sands and rolling waves popular with surfers and bathers alike.


The most pleasant time of the year to visit this region is between late spring and early autumn, when it´s nice to go to the seaside or to the natural parks. In Christmas it´s also beautiful but mostly because of this season´s celebrations.




By Air

There are regional airports at Newquay, Plymouth, Exeter and Bristol which provide convenient links to London, the Channel Islands, Europe and the USA. Airlines flying directly into Cornwall and Devon include Aer Arann www.aerarann.com; RyanAir www.ryanair.com; Air SouthWest www.airsouthwest.com; Flybe www.flybe.com; Easyjet www.easyjet.com; Air Wales www.airwales.com; British Airways www.ba.com and Skybus www.skybus.co.uk  (Newquay Airport to Cardiff, St Brieuc and the Isles of Scilly).

By Bus

There are direct coach services National Express from most important towns and cities in Britain to Devon and Cornwall. The Megabus service from London to Devon charges only GBP 1.

By Train

Travelling by train (www.nationalrail.co.uk) to Cornwall and Devon and within the region is easy with regular national and local services.

There are fast and regular high-speed trains running from London (Paddington) to Tiverton Parkway, Exeter, Totnes, Torquay, Newton Abbot, Plymouth, Truro and Penzance.

The fastest service from London (Paddington) to Exeter takes just 2 hours. There is also a service from London (Waterloo) to Exeter, and an Express Link into London from Heathrow Airport.

By car

Cornwall and Devon are easily reached by fast motorways from London and the rest of Britain. Alternatively enjoy the slower roads and take in the sights along the way (www.multimap.com)



The best way to get around in this region is by renting a car.






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